This is a sub-page of Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut (GameCube).
Sonic Adventure DX: Director's Cut is a port of Sonic Adventure for the Sega Dreamcast. In addition to the extra content, there are actually tons of changes from the original version, ranging anywhere from tiny to huge.
As can be expected, anything having to do with the Dreamcast was removed in the port, such as the file selection menu, the posters in levels that referenced the Dreamcast, and button prompts. These changes were made for obvious reasons and won't be covered here. Extra content that was simply added to justify the port (including Mission Mode and the Game Gear games) won't be listed either.
The "PRESENTED BY" text above the SEGA logo uses a different font and the trademark symbol was changed from '™' to '®'.
The Sonic Team logo is now a static screen, rather than being part of the intro movie.
The game's sound credits were moved from the end credits to an additional screen appearing after the Sonic Team logo.
The memory card screen was changed to accomodate for the GameCube. Rather than eight possible slots, there are now only two. This lowers the max possible file count from 24 to 6.
The file select screen now displays the selected memory card alongside the files.
The game's logo was completely redesigned for Director's Cut. The cork-board and mirages were replaced with something a bit clearer and more generic. The intro movie was modified accordingly to include it.
The title screen was totally redesigned. The Dreamcast version focuses on the game's logo, with pre-rendered mirages of Station Square and an unknown castle-like structure in the background. The background may or may not feature animated ripples (see the original game's regional differences). On the other hand, Director's Cut features a large pre-rendered 3D Sonic next to the logo with scrolling clouds in the background.
The background of the menus that reflect the title screen are also different as a result, but the format of the menus remain the same in the GameCube version.
The second option in the Trial menu was changed from "Mini Game" to "Sub Game" for the GameCube version. This only applies to the English text - the Japanese equivilent of the option is unchanged.
Seeing as the GameCube cannot get online, the Internet option on the main menu was removed. Furthermore, the options for "Mission Mode" and "Mini Game Collection" were Post too long. Click here to view the full text.