A high-tech satellite for adjusting game settings-
Next stop, the Options Satellite. There you can adjust a variety of settings for a more pleasurable visit, if you're the self-centered bossy type. — Dr. Eggman, Sonic Colors
Options Satellite ( is the place where the player can adjust settings in the オプションサテライト Opushon Sateraito ) ? Wii version of to their liking. It has four main points of accessing the options: to adjust some of the game's features, the option to view all the game's cutscenes, the option to change one's player profile by change their icon and name, and the option to view worldwide scores on the game's levels.
Indicated by the tools sign, here, the player can change some of the game's features:
Navigator: The option to turn the Navigator option on and off.
Sound: The option to switch the voice acting between English and Japanese.
Text: The option to change the text between English, Deutsch (German), Français (French), Español (Spanish), Italiano (Italian) and Japanese.
Nintendo GameCube Controller Settings: The option to turn the Rumble feature for 1P and 2P off and on, if the player uses a Nintendo GameCube controller. : The option to toggle the Super Sonic feature on and off, unlocked after acquiring all seven Super Sonic Chaos Emeralds and 180 Special Rings.
Indicated by the film strip symbol, here, the player can view all the game's cutscenes unlocked as he/she goes through the story.
Indicated by the word "
Mii", here, the player has two choices:
Indicated by the "
Wii" symbol, here, the player can use the Wii's Nintendo Wi-Fi connection to compare scores from all around the world in three categories: "Local, Top 20, and Friends". One can do this with the scores from all Acts and bosses from Tropical Resort, Sweet Mountain, Starlight Carnival, Planet Wisp, Aquarium Park, Asteroid Coaster and Terminal Velocity along with the scores from Game Land and Challenge Mode.
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English voice actors
Roger Craig Smith ( | Sonic) Mike Pollock ( | Eggman) Kate Higgins ( | Tails) Travis Willingham** ( | Knuckles) Cindy Robinson** ( | Amy) Kirk Thornton** ( | Shadow) Wally Wingert ( | Cubot) Quinton Flynn** ( | Silver) Laura Bailey** ( | Blaze) Karen Strassman** ( | Rouge) Michelle Ruff** ( | Cream) Keith Silverstein** ( | Vector) Troy Baker** ( | Espio) Colleen O'Shaughnessey** ( | Charmy) Vic Mignogna** (
Japanese voice actors
Junichi Kanemaru ( | Sonic) Chikao Ōtsuka ( | Eggman) Ryo Hirohashi ( | Tails) Nobutoshi Canna** ( | Knuckles) Taeko Kawata** ( | Amy) Koji Yusa** ( | Shadow) Rumi Ochiai** ( | Rouge) Daisuke Ono** ( | Silver) Nao Takamori** ( | Blaze) Sayaka Aoki** ( | Cream) Kenta Miyake** ( | Vector) Yuuki Masuda** ( | Espio) Youko Teppozuka** ( | Charmy) Taiten Kusunoki** (
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Wii version **Exclusive to DS version.