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Emerald Coast ( is an エメラルドコースト Emerarudo Kōsuto ) ? Action Stage that appears in and Sonic Adventure . It is playable by Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut E-102 Gamma, Sonic the Hedgehog and Big the Cat.
Emerald Coast consists in a series of
beaches and islands near the city of Station Square. Most of these islands are connected by wooden bridges. Some aquatic animals, like orcas, inhabit this area as well.
At the beginning of
and Sonic Adventure , Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut Tails would crash his new Tornado 2 somewhere in Emerald Coast, forcing his friend Sonic to save him. Some time later, E-102 Gamma would visit the beaches, while Big the Cat would be there fishing for Froggy. Unfortunately for the cat, Gamma took his frog away, forcing him to go and rescue him.
In other media
Emerald Coast as it appeared in
. Sonic X
anime and its Sonic X comic series published by Archie Comics, Emerald Coast was a beach located on Earth, near Station Square. However, it was eventually invaded by Dr. Eggman, who decided to build a amusement park to his own image, though his plans were stopped by Sonic and Amy.
comic series and its spin-offs published by Sonic the Hedgehog Archie Comics, Emerald Coast is a beach region located somewhere in Sonic's World. Some time before the Sonic Adventure events, Nikki and Dr. Ellidy went to the beach for a vacation.
The music in this stage bears some resemblance to the music in
Spring Stadium Zone from ( Sonic 3D Blast Sega Mega Drive version). In
, a similar stage called Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) Wave Ocean resembles Emerald Coast in many ways. It also featured an orca chasing the player in Sonic's version of the stage. There's a real life beach that also has the name of
Emerald Coast in Destin, Florida. With its hotels lining the coast it bears a striking resemblance to the one seen in Sonic Adventure.
Tails, Knuckles and Amy can all be playable in Emerald Coast Act 1 using glitches and exploits in the adventure field. However, without modifications, none of these characters will be playable once the player reaches Act 2. The ability to access the stage with Tails was removed in the Xbox Live and PSN re-release, but Knuckles and Amy can still get in. Big has special music that plays in his level that isn't heard in Gamma's or Sonic's level.
Big loses Froggy to Gamma from his side of the story, but when playing Gamma's story, Big is nowhere to be seen.
The song "Windy and Ripply" appears as one of the songs that can be played in events in and Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games . The song is also selectable for Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games Seaside Hill in . Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing
Concept art of Emerald Coast in
LEGO Dimensions. This particular portion of the level is not visited in the final game.
Emerald Coast appears in the Sonic the Hedgehog Level Pack for
In the level, Sonic is transported there after a "keystone device" found by Dr. Eggman malfunctions and separates Sonic from his friends. LEGO Dimensions. There's a song called "READY!" made by Crush 40 guitarist Jun Senoue and Junko Noda that sounds very similar to "Azure Blue World".
The music for Emerald Coast can be played in events in
, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games and Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games . Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games According to
Takashi Iizuka, Emerald Coast is the hottest vacation destination on earth.  If the player noclips outside the boundaries of Big's Emerald Coast stage, they will find rendered and unrendered areas of Sonic and E-102's portion of the stage. These include the hotel beach, the boardwalks and the sandbar where E-102 finds Froggy. However Act 2 cannot be accessed from Big's version because the trigger point is not there.
In the Prima guide for Sonic Adventure, Big's Emerald Coast was typed as "Emerald Forest".
Azure Blue World ...for Emerald Coast
Windy and Ripply ...for Emerald Coast
BIG Fishes at Emerald Coast...
Sonic Adventure DX (GC) Sonic - Emerald Coast Missons Level B and A
Sonic Adventure DX (GC) Big Emerald Coast Missions B & A
Sonic Adventure DX (GC) E-102 Emerald Coast Missions Level B and A
Brian Shea on GameInformer. GameInformer (10 June 2017). Retrieved on 10 June 2017. “ Shea: What's the hottest vacation destination in Sonic's world? / Iizuka: Emerald Coast.”
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English voice actors
Ryan Drummond ( | Sonic) Corey Bringas ( | Tails) Michael McGaharn ( | Knuckles) Deem Bristow ( | Eggman) Jennifer Douillard ( | Amy) Jon St. John ( | Big) Elara Distler ( | Tikal, Station Square Train Voice, Default Menu Voice) Steve Broadie ( | Gamma, Pachacamac, Mystic Ruins Train Voice) Tomoko Sasaki (
Japanese voice actors
Jun'ichi Kanemaru ( | Sonic) Kazuki Hayashi ( | Tails) Nobutoshi Canna ( | Knuckles) Chikao Ōtsuka ( | Eggman) Taeko Kawata ( | Amy) Shun Yashiro ( | Big) Kaori Asoh ( | Tikal) Jōji Nakata ( | Gamma) Tōru Ōkawa ( | Pachacamac) Kaho Kōda (Station Square Train Voice) | Nobutoshi Canna (Mystic Ruins Train Voice) | Elara Distler (Default Menu Voice) | Tomoko Sasaki (
Believe In Myself | It Doesn't Matter | Lazy Days | My Sweet Passion | Open Your Heart | Unknown from M.E.
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