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Joyride Studios in association with GamePro, released a number of action figures based on popular video games in the early 2000's. Among these were three figures based on Sonic Adventure 2: Battle.

Sonic Adventure 2: Battle (2002)

The three figures available in the set are Sonic, a limited prototype of Sonic, and Shadow. The figures have bendy limbs instead of articulated joints, allowing the figures to closer resemble their official artwork. The figures come with a named gray base resembling a Dash Panel, and a sticker of the Sonic Adventure 2 Battle logo. The figures have holes in their shoes so they can be posed and displayed on the base. They also come with a small card that contains a review for the game.

The Sonic and Shadow figures were later re-released in 2003 part of Joyride's fifth and sixth series of figures, and came with a newly red colored base now with a sticker of the Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut logo.

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