The game escapes with this by giving you control of three characters on the double and partitioning the characters up into four unique groups. Each colleague has his or her own particular qualities, and your capacities as a group change contingent upon which character you have set as the group pioneer. The colleagues are shading coded for simple reference, so blue characters have the most speed, yellow characters can fly, and red characters can bust through hinders that are generally invulnerable.
The game makes it simple to switch your group pioneer on the fly, and you can spin through colleagues by basically squeezing the X and Y catches. There are times, for example, when you’re noticeable all around, that you can’t swap out your group pioneer, which can prompt some unbalanced minutes. It for the most part functions admirably, however, and once you’ve aced the diverse group development capacities, swapping out group pioneers winds up like second nature.
The consideration of the four unique groups, nonetheless, appears somewhat silly since the game is practically indistinguishable for every one of the four of the groups, put something aside for some extraordinary story components in the middle of levels.
Sonic Heroes 2 is licensed as freeware for PC or laptop with Windows 32 bit and 64 bit operating system. It is in arcade category and is available to all software users as a free download.