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Sonic Adventure was a video game released as part of Doctor Who: Legacy.

Unlike Legacy, which mostly allowed customisable teams, all levels of Sonic Adventure had a pre-set team that was used by anyone who played.

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Following the Cyber-King's defeat, the Master's incarnations meet over the failure of Missy's plan, during which she and the Master in Bruce's body reveal their next move. They use a machine to attack the Doctor's TARDIS and dematerialise the Doctor's sonic screwdrivers, as well as all the sonic devices carried by his companions, scattering them through time. However, the attack missed the First Doctor's signet ring, which is capable of many sonic feats without using the technology of the screwdrivers. With this as a tool to rediscover the missing devices, the First Doctor, joined by a team made up of Jack Harkness, Mickey Smith, Jo Grant, and River Song, set off through time on a quest to retrieve the team's sonics.

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