Sonic Riders

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Sonic Riders
Sonic Riders cover
Developers
Sonic Team
Publishers
Sega
Engines
RenderWare
Release dates
Windows November 17, 2006
Sonic Riders guide at StrategyWiki
Sonic Riders at Wikipedia

Warnings

SafeDisc retail DRM no longer functions properly on Windows Vista and later (see Availability for affected versions).
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Key points

No in-game quit option. Must use Alt+F4 to quit.
Certain options can only be changed via the launcher.

Availability[edit]

This game is not available digitally.
Source DRM Notes Keys OS
Retail
Disc check (requires the CD/DVD in the drive to play)
SafeDisc v4 DRM[Note 1].
Windows
Retail
DRM-free
Available in the "Sonic PC Collection" bundle.
Windows
SafeDisc retail DRM no longer functions properly on Windows Vista and later (see above for affected versions).

Game data[edit]

Configuration file(s) location[edit]

System Location
Windows

Save game data location[edit]

System Location
Windows <path-to-game>\Save\Game Data01\save.dat[Note 2]

Video settings[edit]

Field of view (FOV)[edit]

Change FOV with Cheat Engine[citation needed]
  1. Download and install Cheat Engine.
  2. Download the WSGF attachment.
  3. Use the included Cheat Table file to adjust the FOV values.
Change FOV with hex edit[citation needed]
  1. Open d3dx9_25.dll with a hex editor such as HxD.
  2. Go to offset 0x3F9A9.
  3. Replace bytes 00 00 80 BF with bytes representing your float value multiplier at a negative value (default multiplier is -1.0). Remember to invert the byte order to Little Endian.

Notes

Use this online float to hex converter.
If the code is replaced with the command to jump to allow the extending of vertical fov at 0x3F9A9, replace bytes 00 00 80 3F at 0x1F8F3A with bytes representing your float value multiplier in a positive value (default multiplier here is 1.0).
FOV multiplier values lower than -0.75 or 0.75 will also cause blue clipping on geometry.

Input settings[edit]

Audio settings[edit]

Audio options Native Notes
Separate volume controls
Surround sound
Subtitles
Closed captions
Mute on focus lost

Localizations

Language UI Audio Sub Notes
English
Japanese
Spanish
Castilian.
French
German
Italian

Other information[edit]

API[edit]

Technical specs Supported Notes
64-bit executable

System requirements[edit]

Windows 98SE and ME also launch the game fine, but are not officially supported.
Windows
Minimum Recommended
Operating system (OS) 2000, XP
Processor (CPU) Intel Pentium III or AMD equivalent running at 1.0 GHz or higher
System memory (RAM) 128 MB
Hard disk drive (HDD) 3 GB
Video card (GPU) Direct3D compatible video card
64 MB of VRAM
DirectX 9.0c compatible
Other DirectSound-compatible sound card, Windows compatible keyboard and mouse

Notes

  1. SafeDisc retail DRM does not work on Windows 10[1] and is disabled by default on Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1 when the KB3086255 update is installed.[2]
  2. When running this game without Administrator elevation, activity in %PROGRAMFILES%, %PROGRAMFILES(X86)%, and %WINDIR% might be redirected to %LOCALAPPDATA%\VirtualStore\ (more details).

References