“Sonic Adventure: Limited Edition” was an exclusive version of Sonic Adventure available only for rental at Hollywood Video in July of 1999, several months before the Dreamcast was set to officially launch. It contains some minor changes versus the final retail release.
“Sonic Adventure International” was the final version of Sonic Adventure ever produced. It was released exclusively in Japan and was basically the final North American release repackaged under a different title. This means it included English voice acting and all of the various bug fixes applied to the North American game.
Here is a demonstration of how cutscenes can differ between the two versions of the game.
“I FUCKING LOVE MALAVAI QUINN AND HERE’S WHY!!!” #2
Not only does he swoop in to save the day in absolutely glorious fashion, the otherwise quiet and collected officer also delivers one of the most savage putdowns of the entire game, displaying unfathomable and hitherto unknown levels of snark, while staying so fucking classy. Who knew he had it in him?! His gloating, as cold as it is gleeful, is utterly brutal - and so, so delicious.
Bonus points for the look on his face, as he effortlessly crushes the last, faint sliver of hope
for the already humiliated Jedi in front of him. It’s simply delectably devious.
This. This is it. This is the moment I fell in love.
I’m not really all that upset about the JR being destroyed. It was speculated that that might be the key to getting to Emma … and if that’s the case, I guarantee you that Hook offered it up willingly. A noble sacrifice to get to the woman he loves.
Yeah, it’s sad, but I mean, in the grand scheme of things, if the way they get Emma back home is by using Hook’s home … um, am I the only one seeing the significance here?