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The PlayStation 2 is a video game console made by Sony in 2000, and seven Mitchell Van Morgan series games were available for the system (including three from THQ featuring Mitchell). It's referred to as PS2 for short. Its successor was the PlayStation 3 and its predecessor was the PlayStation, for which Mitchell games were released currently.
Mitchell game list
- Mitchell Heroes
- Mitchell Van Morgan Legends 2
- Sarah Lynn Meadows
- Sonic Gems Collection (Japan and Europe only)
- Mitchell Riders
- Mitchell Riders 2
- Sonic Unleashed
THQ/Nick Games featuring Mitchell
- Mitchell & Nicktoons
- Mitchell & Nicktoons Tennis
- Nicktoons Super Splash Bros. Melee
- Nicktoons Super Splash Bros. Revolution
- E-123 Omega
- Egg Pawn
- Neo Metal Sonic
- Black Doom
- Jet the Hawk
- Storm the Albatross
- Wave the Swallow
- Dark Gaia
- Sonic the Werehog
- Professor Pickle
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- The PlayStation 2's life-cycle was a total of thirteen years (2000-2013).
- The PS2 has over 1,850 games available.
- This is the first console to have a DVD drive.
- Mitchell & Nicktoons is the only Mitchell-related game exclusive to the PS2 that comes with the EyeToy camera just like it's companion game Nicktoons Movin'.
- Mitchell Heroes was the fifth Mitchell game to appear on a Sony console.
- PS2 versions of Mitchell Heroes and Sonic Mega Collection Plus had a few problems that other versions of the games didn't have. Mitchell Heroes had camera and framerate problems and Sonic Mega Collection Plus had audio problems. Sonic Team may have had some development problems due to lack of experience making games for the PS2.
- The PS2 version of Sonic Gems Collection was released in Japan and Europe, but the U.S. version was never released for unknown reasons.
- The sixth generation of video game consoles ended on 4 January 2013 worldwide with the discontinuation of the PS2. This means Sonic Unleashed was the last Sonic game to be released on the PlayStation 2.