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{{Stage order
 
{{Stage order
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|previous =
 
|game = Sonic Riders
 
|game = Sonic Riders
 
|current = Digital Dimension
 
|current = Digital Dimension
|next = Sega Illusion
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|stage = track}}
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|stage = track
{{Level
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|image = [[File:Digital_dimension_hell.jpg|242px]]
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{{Infobox level
|game = ''[[Sonic Riders]]''<br>{{Only}}
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|image = [[File:Intro - Digital Dimension.png|242px]]
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|game = ''[[Sonic Riders]]'' {{Only}}
 
|location = [[Babylon Garden]]
 
|location = [[Babylon Garden]]
|previous = [[Sky Road]]
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|theme = [[Cyberspace theme]]
|charas = [[Sonic]]
 
 
|number = 7
 
|number = 7
|boss = [[Babylon Guardian]]
 
 
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'''Digital Dimension''' is a remake of the course [[Babylon Guardian]] in ''[[Sonic Riders]]''. In Babylon story mode, it is played by Sonic as the final level.
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'''Digital Dimension''' is a remake of the course [[Babylon Guardian (track)|Babylon Guardian]] in ''[[Sonic Riders]]''.
   
 
==Description==
 
==Description==
This race course consists of an underworld, a heaven and a digital dimension. Near the beginning of the course, ghostly hands appear from the ground trying to grab the player. At some point of the stage, there is a large gate which transports the player from the underworld to the heaven part of the course. Near the end of the course, it turns into a digital dimension.
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This race course consists of an underworld, a heaven, and a digital dimension. Near the beginning of the course, ghostly hands appear from the ground trying to grab the player. At some point of the stage, there is a large gate which transports the player from the underworld to the heaven part of the course. Near the end of the course, it turns into a digital dimension.
   
==Music==
 
[[Video:Sonic Riders "Digital Dimension" Music Request|thumb|left|300px]]
 
 
{{Clear}}
 
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*Many customers complained about the display of a [[wikipedia:Heaven|Heaven]] and [[wikipedia:Hell|Hell]] track despite the game's rating.
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*Due to being a Heaven and Hell track, this resembles the Dark Garden and the Hero Garden from ''[[Sonic Adventure 2]]'' because of the setting of this track.
*Despite being a Heaven and Hell track, this resembles the Dark Garden and the Hero Garden from ''[[Sonic Adventure 2]]'' because of the setting of this track.
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*The track's BGM has noticeable differences between the version used in-game and the one found on the soundtrack. In the soundtrack version, the synths are accompanied by percussion, while in-game, the percussion is absent altogether from the beginning.
   
{{Riders Info}}
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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Digital Dimension icon.png
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Digital Dimension (Track Select).png
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</gallery>
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==Music==
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{| class="wikitable" border="1" width="670"
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! style="text-align: center; " |Name
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!Artist
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!Length
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!Music Track
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|-
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|Theme of Digital Dimension
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|[[Tomonori Sawada]], [[Kenichi Tokoi]], [[Fumie Kumatani]]
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|4:26
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|[[File:Theme_of_Digital_Dimension.ogg|center]]
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|}
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{{Clear}}
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{{Riders info}}
 
[[Category:Sonic Riders tracks]]
 
[[Category:Sonic Riders tracks]]
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[[Category:Haunted theme]]
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[[Category:Cyberspace theme]]

Revision as of 00:35, October 10, 2017

Sonic Riders
Digital Dimension

Digital Dimension is a remake of the course Babylon Guardian in Sonic Riders.

Description

This race course consists of an underworld, a heaven, and a digital dimension. Near the beginning of the course, ghostly hands appear from the ground trying to grab the player. At some point of the stage, there is a large gate which transports the player from the underworld to the heaven part of the course. Near the end of the course, it turns into a digital dimension.

Trivia

  • Due to being a Heaven and Hell track, this resembles the Dark Garden and the Hero Garden from Sonic Adventure 2 because of the setting of this track.
  • The track's BGM has noticeable differences between the version used in-game and the one found on the soundtrack. In the soundtrack version, the synths are accompanied by percussion, while in-game, the percussion is absent altogether from the beginning.

Gallery

Music

Name Artist Length Music Track
Theme of Digital Dimension Tomonori Sawada, Kenichi Tokoi, Fumie Kumatani 4:26
Theme of Digital Dimension

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