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Not to be confused with Xbox One.

The Xbox (often referred as Xbox 2002 or the "Original Xbox" to distinguish with the console's main series and the Xbox One) is a video game console produced by Microsoft. It competed with Nintendo's GameCube and Sony's PlayStation 2 consoles as part of the sixth generation of video game consoles. It was first released in North America on November 2001 and in other nations during the following year. It features a built-in hard drive for game saves. It has an online multiplayer service, Xbox Live which was discontinued on April 2010. Its successor is the Xbox 360.

Sonic games

The following Sonic the Hedgehog games were released on the Xbox:

Sonic Heroes (XBOX) SMCPlusXbox Shadow the Hedgehog2005 Sonic Riders (XBOX)
Sonic Heroes Sonic Mega Collection Plus Shadow the Hedgehog Sonic Riders

Platinum Family Hits games

Shortly after Sonic Heroes and Sonic Mega Collection Plus became part of the Platinum Family Hits series, they were both released in combo packs, each game included Super Monkey Ball Deluxe.

Sonic Heroes Platinum Family Hit SMCP Xbox US PFH Sonic Heroes, Super Monkey Ball Deluxe 2 in 1 combo pack Sonic Mega Collection Plus, Super Monkey Ball Deluxe 2 in 1 combo pack
Sonic Heroes Sonic Mega Collection Plus 2 in 1 Combo Pack: Sonic Heroes / Super Monkey Ball Deluxe 2 in 1 Combo Pack: Sonic Mega Collection Plus / Super Monkey Ball Deluxe

Characters Introduced


  1. Kuwamoto, Misuzu (11 January 2002). マイクロソフト、『Xbox』の国内希望小売価格を発表――日本限定モデルも同時発売 (Japanese). ASCII. Retrieved on 11 June 2018.
  2. Satterfield, Shane (20 July 2001). E3 2001: Microsoft delivers Xbox launch details. Gamespot. Retrieved on 11 June 2018.
  3. BBC Staff (18 April 2002). Microsoft drops Xbox price. British Broadcasting Company. Retrieved on 11 June 2018.
  4. Platform Totals. VGChartz (6 January 2018). Retrieved on 12 March 2018.

External links

  • Xbox at Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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