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The Foot Sweep, also known as Attack (アタック Atakku?), is an attack used by Sonic the Hedgehog which first appeared in Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) and later in the PlayStation 3/Xbox 360 version of Sonic Unleashed. When using this technique, Sonic attack his foes with a sweep of his leg.

Description

When performing the Foot Sweep, Sonic falls down and presses his left hand against the ground and then sweeps one of his legs around in a 360 degree circle that resembles break-dancing, damaging anything he comes into contact with.

Game appearances

Sonic the Hedgehog (2006)

The Foot Sweep first appeared in Sonic the Hedgehog (2006), where it was called Attack and served as one of Sonic's standard moves. When performing the Foot Sweep in this game, Sonic swings his foot around once while giving off blue sparkles. To perform the Foot Sweep in gameplay, the player has to press PSSquareButton/XboxX, which can be done both when Sonic is standing still or moving, allowing the Foot Sweep to cover a larger area, similar to the Sliding Attack.

Sonic Unleashed

The Foot Sweep later reappeared in the PlayStation 3/Xbox 360 version of Sonic Unleashed where it was one of Sonic's standard moves in the daytime stages. When performing the Foot Sweep in this game, Sonic swings his foot around twice while leaving a light blue trail. To perform the Foot Sweep in gameplay, the player has to repeatedly press PSObutton/XboxB.

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See also


Sonic the Hedgehog (2006)

Main article | Gallery | Beta elements | Staff
Sonic Unleashed

Main article | Gallery | Script | Credits (Xbox 360/PS3, Wii/PS2) | Re-releases (Mobile)

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