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This unnamed Sonic robot, known as Silver Sonic II among fans, appears in Sonic Adventure and Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut. It is one of the many robotic duplicates of Sonic the Hedgehog created by Dr. Eggman. Unlike many of Eggman's robot duplicates though, this unit was never seen deployed.

It was unnamed in its game appearance, although it later appeared in the Archie Comics series and was given the name Silver Sonic II.



The robot's appearance in Sonic Adventure.

In Sonic Adventure, and it's remake Sonic Adventure DX, the robot can be spotted inside a stasis tube near Gamma's birth area in the Final Egg. Though it plays no important role in the story. It is largely unknown what happened to this robot, or what was Eggman's purposes to create it. 

In other media

Archie Comics

Main article: Silver Sonic v2.0

Silver Sonic v2.0 in the comics.

In the Sonic the Hedgehog comic series and its spin-offs published by Archie Comics, this robot, referred to as Silver Sonic v2.0 and Silver Sonic II was a Badnik in the Metal Sonic Series created by Dr. Eggman. When Eggman failed to destroy Station Square with Chaos, he sent Silver Sonic II to attack the city as revenge. However, it was defeated by the Knothole Freedom Fighters and Nate Morgan reprogrammed it to serve as the city's defender. It was later destroyed in the line of duty by Shadow the Hedgehog.


  • The robot is, to date, the only Sonic look-a-like to appear in a game (or two if one counts the Director's cut to be a separate game) to not be fought as a boss or be a playable character (in an official Sonic game). It does however bare a very strong resemblance to the Mecha Sonic featured in Sonic the Hedgehog 2.
  • Since the robot went on without a name at all in it's original appearance, fans and players have called it "Mecha Sonic". However, the Archie comics later on named the robot "Silver Sonic II" which has since become it's primary name (though some still prefer to call it "Mecha Sonic").


See also

Sonic Adventure

Main article | Gallery | Beta Elements | Re-releases (DX | 2010)

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