President hosts a tournament with red Chaos Emerald as the prize to lure Dr. Eggman. It's a heated battle that finds Sonic fighting alongside everyone, even the President himself, but strangely Dr. ...
Chris is unable to come to terms with the idea of parting with Sonic and decides to run away with Sonic. As the time runs short for Chaos Control to send Sonic back to his world before the two worlds...
23 years after the original Sonic the Hedgehog video game, fast, handsome, and arrogant hero Sonic continues to fight his arch nemesis, Dr. Eggman. Along with Tails, Knuckles, Amy, and a new recruit named Sticks.
Roger Craig Smith,
Kirby crashes onto Planet Popstar and befriends the villagers that live In Cappytown. Unfortunately, King Dedede, the greedy ruler and Escargon, his assistant, aren't happy with that and do whatever they can to drive him out.
Classic Sonic back to his dimension after the events of Sonic Forces. He discovers Eggman is collecting the Chaos Emeralds and already has four of them. Sonic must gather all the Chaos Emeralds before Eggman.
Based off of the popular video game, Megaman. In the year 200X, robot scientists Dr. Thomas Light and Dr. Albert Wily were completing their special project, robot assistants, which will ... See full summary »
Ian James Corlett,
In the Europe and Australian Airings, the English Dub's Intro has different clips, is shorter, and the lyrics simply go "Sonic X" with different music playing. See more »
I'll have you know, the Egg Beam Cannonball is engineered to hit the bullseye every time.
But Sonic is a hedgehog, not a bull.
I'll try to forget you said that.
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In the Spanish version, the name of the episode is spoken. See more »
The Dutch version edits lip-sync so they can translate the English dialogue into Dutch. See more »
Fans of the Sega Sonic games will love this new show. The familiar Sonic cast is here in a flashy new series but the show is in no way as good as it could be.
Sonic X is based on Sonic games rather than the Sonic universe presented in Archie Comics. This might be disappointing to fans of the old Sonic show which starred Sonic alongside Princess Sally and the Freedom Fighters. However fans of Sega's interpretations of Sonic, Tails, Knuckles and Amy Rose will no doubt enjoy the cast on offer.
Anyone who has played Sonic games will instantly understand Sonic X. Sonic and the regular gaming cast (their latest adventure being in "Sonic Adventure 2" on Dreamcast and GameCube) must collect all 7 master emeralds before the evil Dr. Eggman can. The new twist is that in Sonic X, Sonic and friends have been transported to a world which resembles our earth.
Sounds good? Well... not altogether. The fact that the show takes place on earth means that all new characters are human. Sonic's new friend (and regular cast member) is named Chris and is rather dull and unexciting. A great portion of Sonic X revolves around the regular Sonic cast interacting with Chris and his household... pretty boring stuff considering the show is based on an all action fast paced game.
The episodes do however contain action, most of which is the same from episode to episode. Sonic and friends are presented by a new robot created by Dr. Eggman almost every episode. These robots are rather menacing but whenever Sonic gets his hands on a power ring he can defeat ANY construction that Eggman creates with no sweat. This eliminates any sense of the unexpected from the show, viewers KNOW that Sonic can and will win every battle as long as he holds a ring.
I have seen 20 of the 25 episodes from season 1. Most of these episodes are awful and very repetitive... although so is the Pokemon show and that was successful so who knows what will become of Sonic X.
If you like Sonic and don't mind repetitive mindless plots then this show is great... if you loathe Sonic you'll hate this.
And if you hate Amy Rose don't even bother... she's here in bucket loads.
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