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Also known as: Death Egg Robot
This is the first main boss battle of Sonic Generations. As Sonic enters into a time rift, he discovers what he thinks is a hall of mirrors. Which turns out to actually be a hall of windows, where he inadvertenly meets his former self. Suddenly, Eggman calls out to Sonic, and tells him to "Take a good look at yourself, Sonic, it will be last look you'll get...Before I close your eyes forever."

When Classic Sonic hears this taunting, he immediately dashes toward an opening at the end of the hall where he believes the voice is coming from. Modern Sonic then realizes it wasn't his reflection he was seeing, but "another Sonic" as he puts it. Classic Sonic manages to jump through the opening, just before it closes, and leaves Modern Sonic stuck there. Classic Sonic then finds himself aboard the Death Egg (Eggman's huge orb-shaped space fortress) from Sonic 2, and begins his dual with the Death Egg Robot.

It start's off with the robot shooting it's arm at you. You can easily avoid this by spindashing when the curser stops. He will then jump and try to stomp on you. Spindash when he jumps and then counter by spin jumping the behind of this beast. Then the robot will turn around by jumping. Spindash under him again when the robot's jumping. Then spin jump again at the behind to finish him (But in hard mode do this 2 more times). But it isn't over yet, the elavator that you were on stops at the top floor of the Death Egg. The robot then stomps on the floor, flinging you to the side of the stage. Then he launchs one of it's arms at you, thus destroying the foot holds. But there is some buttons that spawns bombs on a platform. When he shoots his arm at the bombs, it stuns him, giving you a chance to attack. Repeat this again and you win. Then he gets kiddnaped by the Time Eater.


Sonic 2 Boss Toy Can Be Defeated By Hitting Weak Spot Three Times

For nearly three decades Sonic the Hedgehog fans have been flinging our spiky blue hero against the armored hull of Dr. Robotnik’s Death Egg Robot from Sonic 2. Why’d we have to wait until Sonic’s 30th anniversary for a proper Giant Eggman Robot Battle Set?

There are several perfectly logical reasons for the wait, actually. For one, toymakers did not care about the broken hearts of children back in the early ‘90s. Second, the $40 set seems to be a Target exclusive, and the retail chain was only just getting started in 1992. Finally, Jakks Pacific, the only toy company brave enough to give us a 10-inch tall Death Egg Robot with battle damage and firing wrist spikes, wasn’t founded until 1995, and it took them a while to get warmed up. Other than those three excuses, there is no excuse.

The packaging for Jakks Pacific's Giant Eggman Robot Battle set.

In all seriousness, Jakks Pacific has been picking up some serious toy slack recently on both the Sega and Nintendo fronts, with toys like this massive egg mech and this fall’s Super Mario Bowser Airship. Looks like if publishers want a big plastic playset representing scenes from their classic games, Jakks Pacific is the toymaker to tap.

A toy catapult with a plastic balled-up Sonic the Hedgehog figure inside.

As impressive as the Death Egg is, let us not discount the importance of a plastic catapult that launches a tiny balled-up hedgehog across our living rooms. I almost wish they sold Sonic and his catapult by themselves, so I could place them in strategic locations throughout my home should the need to fling tiny spiked mammals arise.

But in this playset Sonic is not the star. No, it’s of course the Death Egg, which Jakks Pacific cannot call the Death Egg because selling children things with “Death” in the name is generally frowned upon unless “Star” comes after it. Whatever you choose to call it, it’s a glorious tribute to Robotnik’s mechanical genius and gigantic ego. After spending millions of gold rings developing this murder robot, he added eyes, a nose, simulated teeth, and a moustache. That’s the kind of mad scientist we’re dealing with here.

A close view of Jakks Pacific's Death Egg Robot toy, complete with fancy moustache.

Perhaps those golden rings would have been better spent on additional armor components, because all it takes for this toy robot to bust apart is three hits from a hedgehog catapult, conveniently included. You can watch Robotnik’s failure become complete in the delightfully old-school commercial below.

See the joy on that child’s face? That is a child who has never played Sonic the Hedgehog 2. Imagine how much more genuine and heartfelt that smile would be on the face of someone who knows what a Death Egg Robot is.

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One of Sonic the Hedgehog 2’s most satisfying moments comes in taking down Dr. Robotnik/Eggman’s Death Egg Robot (which is technically a mech when you really think about it but we won’t split hairs). Jakks Pacific agrees, because it has created a toy replica of the iconic boss battle so that you can take it down all over again in real life.

Nerdistfirst spotted the new toy, dubbed the Giant Eggman Robot Battle Set. Besides dropping the name “Death Egg” likely due to reasons of children, the impressive figure stands at 9 inches and sports bells and whistles such as articulated limbs, shooting hand missiles, and retractable jetpack flames.

Included is a 2.5-inch catapult containing a coiled and ready Sonic. By flinging Sonic into the Eggman Robot’s chest à la Sonic 2, the chest plate rotates to reveal “damage”. After taking three hits, the robot falls apart into a heap of limbs. Of course, you can reassemble the robot to relive your childhood over and over without having to dust off a cartridge to play Sonic 2 again (not that that’s bad, mind you). 

The playset retails between $39.99 and $44.99 and you can pre-order it now at Amazon, Big Bad Toy Store, Entertainment Earth, and GameStop (Disclaimer: GameStop is the parent company of Game Informer). The playset will ship within the next few weeks and has already begun to sell out, so you better nab one sooner than later if you’re interested. If you miss out on this, you can always keep an eye on that neat Sonic Lego set that was greenlit earlier this year. 

For other recent Sonic news, be sure to check out our written preview and New Gameplay Today episode of Sonic Colors: Ultimate. 

[Source: Nerdist]

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This Giant Eggman Robot Battle Set Has Unlocked So Many Sonic the Hedgehog Childhood Memories For Me

Death Egg Robot

JAKKS Pacific has released a toy that simultaneously speaks to my childhood and my love for Sonic the Hedgehog. As we continue to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the franchise, I can now get my hands on one of the most frustrating bosses for my 9-year-old self.

I feel like a Burger King Kid’s Club commercial would play right after this ad.

This Giant Eggman Robot Battle Set comes with a rolled-up Classic Sonic, a catapult to launch him through the air, and, of course, the Death Egg Robot, one of Sonic’s most iconic adversaries. As we can see from the video, you get to send Sonic flying at the robot to replicate the hedgehog’s plan of attack. I guess JAKKS Pacific was feeling pretty generous as the robot only takes three hits versus the TWELVE hits needed in Sonic the Hedgehog 2.

Sonic the Hedgehog 2 stuck to that whole “two” theme a bit too much (note: I’m saying this out of childhood devastation about losing so many lives in the final zone). Sure, we got inventor good boy, Miles Tails Prower, but we also got TWO final bosses – Mecha Sonic and the Death Egg Robot. This was also back in the days where Sonic’s final boss stages didn’t offer up any rings. All it took was one hit from the slow stomping menace or one misguided jump into those spiked hands (or into the fire of the jetpack if you ended up behind the Death Egg Robot) to have to start the fight over from Mecha Sonic.

It was one of the most stressful situations for me back in 1992, but now? I’m looking forward to adding this into my collection… after I demolish the robot a couple of times to feel good about myself, and yes, I’ll be using the Sonic catapult instead of pushing the toy’s chest three times (why am I lying to y’all I’m gonna do both, might even pull one of my cats over to paw at it).

JAKKS Pacific offers up this description for the battle set:

The Giant Eggman Robot Battle Set is sure to be a hit with kids and Sonic fans! You can recreate the action from the games with this extraordinarily detailed battle set and its playable features. Including a Spin Attack Sonic figure and catapult, where you can drop Sonic in and launch him at the Giant Eggman Robot. The Giant Eggman Robot features a rotating damage progression chest plate, a jetpack with sliding booster flames, launchable hand missiles and articulated limbs. Build your Giant Eggman Robot Battle Set into a Sonic world by adding more Sonic friends, playsets and accessories (each sold separately).

  • Kids and collectors can replay and display this classic battle from the Sonic the Hedgehog™ video games
  • The set includes a nine inch scale Giant Eggman Robot, a two and half inch Spin Attack posed Sonic figure and catapult
  • Demolish the Giant Eggman Robot by firing Sonic into his chest plate three times using the catapult
  • With the push of a button fire Giant Eggman Robot’s hand missiles
  • Giant Eggman Robot’s jetpack features sliding retractable flames
  • Once the Giant Eggman Robot is defeated, put him back together and reset the chest plate to play all over again
  • Suggested for Ages 7+ (Small parts.)

Death Egg Robot and Sonic

You can check out The Giant Eggman Robot Battle Set over at the JAKKS Pacific website. Fair warning, they have a lot of Sonic the Hedgehog toys to go with this set, ranging from variations of Classic Sonic if you want one who stands in front of the Death Egg Robot to recreate the final showdown, to variations of Metal Sonic (I know, he’s different from Mecha Sonic, but if you want some kind of robot Sonic to defeat before getting to the Death Egg Robot, that’s something).

(Image: JAKKS Pacific)

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