Sonic X - Netflix

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In true fashion to the many Sonic the Hedgehog games, Sonic X features the Sonic gang racing to collect the powerful Chaos Emeralds before the powerful Dr. Eggman does.

Sonic X - Netflix

Type: Animation

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2003-08-23

Sonic X - Amy Rose - Netflix

Amy Rose (エミー・ローズ, Emī Rōzu), originally nicknamed Rosy the Rascal, is a fictional character in Sega's Sonic the Hedgehog series. She is a pink anthropomorphic hedgehog with a cheerful, competitive personality. Amy is known for and characterized by her obsessive love for the series' main character, Sonic. Throughout the games, she is almost always depicted as chasing or attempting to find Sonic, and showing him endless displays of affection whenever she does (regardless of whether or not she has Sonic's consent). They have saved each other's lives on a number of occasions, and have fought alongside one another countless times. During the series' early years, her appearance changed several times. Her appearance changed predominantly from having her hair styled in a more similar fashion to Sonic, wearing a white top with green puffy sleeves, with green shoes and a white skirt and a green hammer to a red and white dress and shoes, a bob-like hairstyle and a hammer that differs slightly in colour to the more modern “Piko-Piko” hammer that Amy is seen with. Amy debuted in the Sonic the Hedgehog manga series created by Kenji Terada in 1992. Her first video-game appearance was in 1993's Sonic CD and she was first playable in 1994's Sonic Drift. Amy has become one of the series' most popular and recognizable characters, appearing in dozens of main-series and spin-off titles, several comic book series, the anime Sonic X, and the computer-animated Sonic Boom. She has received an average response from critics. Although some found her cute and powerful, others criticized her for her voice acting and personality. She has frequently appeared in Sonic merchandise.

Sonic X - Video games - Netflix

Amy falls in love with Sonic in Sonic CD. She follows him to Never Lake, where Metal Sonic kidnaps her and Sonic must rescue her. When he does (on one of the game's last levels), Amy kisses him. Sonic defeats Metal Sonic and Doctor Eggman (known in this game as Doctor Robotnik), and then leaves with her. After Amy (a playable character) complains about being bored, a bird wearing a Chaos Emerald necklace crashes into her in Sonic Adventure. She keeps the bird safe from E-100 Alpha, one of Eggman's robots. Amy later meets Sonic, and invites him to an amusement park (where they become separated). Alpha reappears, imprisoning Amy and the bird on Eggman's airship the Egg Carrier. Another Eggman robot, E-102 Gamma, orders Amy to give the bird to him; she refuses, asking him why he wants it. He does not know, and changes his mind when she tells him he is missing out on love. E-102 Gamma lets them leave and, touched, Amy becomes his friend before she escapes into the ship's interior. On the deck, Eggman confronts her and grabs the bird's Chaos Emerald. Sonic and Gamma appear, and when Sonic tries to destroy Gamma Amy defends him. Sonic agrees to spare Gamma, and Amy leaves with Tails. She later sees a photo of the bird and its parents (whom Eggman has also stolen) in its necklace. When Amy looks for them in the jungle, she again finds the Egg Carrier. The bird's parents emerge on the deck; Alpha appears, and injures Amy's bird. Amy destroys Alpha, and waves goodbye to the three departing birds. Amy rescues Sonic from imprisonment and asks him to marry her but yet again Sonic refuses to in Sonic Adventure 2. When she looks for Sonic (to save him again), she finds Shadow the Hedgehog after mistaking him for Sonic. Eggman attacks her with his mecha and Tails defends her; she then spends much of the remaining game searching for Chaos Emeralds with Tails and Knuckles. At the game's climax, Amy pleads with Shadow to help her and the other characters neutralize a catastrophic energy buildup at the space colony ARK. She reminds him of Maria Robotnik, his friend on the ARK before her death, and he agrees to help. Amy is a playable character in Sonic Advance 1, 2 and 3, platformers for the Game Boy Advance. With Sonic, Tails, Knuckles and (in the latter 2 games) Cream, she frees animals from inside Eggman's robots to keep him from building an empire. Although in Sonic Advance Amy's attacking power was restricted by her inability to spin while jumping (unlike those of the other characters), this was changed in the latter two games. She is a playable Team Rose “speed” character in Sonic Heroes with Cream the Rabbit and Big the Cat. Worried about Sonic (whom she has not seen in over a month), Amy finds his picture in a newspaper and joins Cream and Big to look for their own friends: Cream for a Chao named Chocola and Big for his frog friend Froggy. They travel through several stages before reaching the Egg Fleet, another Eggman aircraft, where they find a mecha piloted by one of his clones. When they defeat it, the clone dissolves into a puddle of liquid out of which rise Chocola, Froggy and (to Amy's delight) Sonic. Amy, Big and Cream help their friends defeat the game's true antagonist, Metal Sonic, who locked Eggman away on his own ship. Amy is a selectable racer in the racing spinoffs Sonic Riders, Zero Gravity and Free Riders. In Sonic Riders, she participates in a racing tournament to keep an eye on Sonic. When Eggman shows up to steal the Treasure of Babylon (a key item) Amy hops aboard his hovercraft, which flies off into the distance. Sonic arrives at the base where Eggman is holding Amy hostage, using his hoverboard to stir up a dust bowl and recapture her and the treasure. She is uncharacteristically furious at his recklessness for charging at Eggman (and her). In Zero Gravity Amy shows Sonic a strange item she has found, the Ark of the Cosmos, which the Babylon Rogues rival gang believes she stole. She disappears from the gang and is later found, helping them find the Ark of the Cosmos with information she overheard from the Rogues. Team Rose returns (with Vector the Crocodile replacing Big) in Sonic Free Riders. Although the team arrives late at a tournament they can still register, and Amy is delighted face Sonic and his team. They later battle other teams, with Amy insulting Vector for his incompetence and obsession with money. Amy has non-playable roles in a number of other game plots. Her attraction to Sonic is useful to Cream and Blaze the Cat in Sonic Rush, since they are also looking for him. In Shadow the Hedgehog, Amy appears at Cryptic Castle to ask him to help her find Cream, who has not returned. In the game's final story, unlocked after the player reaches the rest of the endings, Amy admiringly cheers Shadow on. In the 2006 Sonic the Hedgehog game, she mistakes Silver the Hedgehog for Sonic; when he tells her he is looking for someone, she insists on helping him. When Silver attacks Sonic, Amy finds them and blocks Silver's way (saving Sonic's life); he escapes, and Amy yells at Silver. She rescues Elise (who also likes Sonic, although Amy does not know this at the time) from confinement. In Sonic Lost World, Amy and Knuckles care for forest animals while Sonic and Tails rescue the animals' friends. The Deadly Six (the game's antagonists) control one of Eggman's machines to drain life from the world; Amy and Knuckles die, but are brought back to life when Sonic and Tails replenish it. Amy appears in cutscenes to flirt with Sonic in other games, including Sonic Unleashed (where the player can accept or decline a proposal to go on a date), Sonic Generations and the Nintendo DS version of Sonic Colors. In Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood, her playable character pretends to have a boyfriend to make Sonic jealous; her success depends on player input. In Sonic and the Black Knight Sonic agrees to a date with Amy before he is whisked into the world of King Arthur, with an alternate version of Amy as the Lady of the Lake. She is a playable character in a number of Sonic spinoffs in several genres, including the fighting games Sonic the Fighters and Sonic Battle; the racers Sonic R and Sonic Drift, and the party title Sonic Shuffle. She is also planned as a playable character in Sonic Boom, a platformer. Amy has also appeared in games outside the series: Sega Superstars titles, including Sega Superstars Tennis and Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing; Mario crossovers (including Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games) and as a collectible trophy in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. In Lego Dimensions, Amy appears as a non-playable character. In the story mode, “Sonic Dimensions”, Amy assists Sonic in defeating Chaos by stealing the last Chaos Emerald from Eggman. In her side quest in the hub world, she's sick of being treated like a damsel by Sonic and his friends and requests the player's help to free some animals from robots to prove herself to the boys. In Sonic Forces she joins the resistance and helps Sonic by communicating to him through a walkie-talkie during the game's levels.

Sonic X - References - Netflix