Even though I completely disagree with any kind of violation against human rights anywhere, how can an internet petition actually stop a third-world African country with little sympathy for other countries? I wish that somehow, someone in Uganda could actually fight for human rights and succeed.
Well, my first Sonic game ever was Sonic Triple Trouble, and I must have been about three at that time... xD I use to actually think Knuckles was a girl because he looked 'pink' and had long hair. LOL! My brother obviously corrected this horrible error, but I actually remained a bit skeptic until I turned about five.
Though I was born in '95, I guess it practically means I grew up into the 2000's.
I agree with a lot of the good 90's cartoons (except Skun Fu, sorry, I couldn't even watch a minute of that show), but I really love Spongebob, as well as some other good Nick shows. Back when I was kid I really used to enjoy shows like Chalk Zone and The Proud Family, too (God, I miss this show so much).
But if there was any 90's show that wasn't really memorable at all, it had to be Captain Planet. Sheesh, I only saw this show when there was nothing else on. Besides, what kind of an American name is Wheeler anyway?
I would have thought that for the most part, canon Sonic games are the ones that belong to the 'main series' (basically the Wikipedia selection about this, which include the main Sonic games). Other Sonic games are just side-stories, and affect little of the normal game series; even though I still think they're cannon, just in a different way.
Before when I used to be in fourth and fifth grade, kids used to think that Sonic Adventure 2 Battle was the Gamecube sequel to Sonic Battle for the GBA. Weird, considering the history behind both games and how the years differ greatly, too. But I guess it's cause of them name.
Wow, this amazing! I've always thought that people who have grown to live so long, have seen so many changes in our world's appearance and social structure. I hope that by the time he died he could still remember things, and actually reflect about everything he lived through in all his life. It's pretty amazing that one person managed to live one of the world's greatest calamities, and actually managed to survive many decades to tell it later.
I'd have to say Sonic X because it's pretty much the only Sonic cartoon I actually grew up with (I guess I must have been about eight or nine when it aired), and to be honest, I haven't really watched any other. A few months ago, I did manage to watch Sonic Underground, though. I watched a few episodes here and there, but I really didn't like it. The ending theme, though, was pure epicness.
Didn't Sonic the Hedeghog 2 have more than seven zones, though? But that's an old game xD I don't know, if Sonic 2 had more than seven zones and still the same number of emeralds, why can't they make it more like that in future games? I haven't played newer ones, though.
This isn't the first game in history, or series to feature number 7. Number 7 seems to be everywhere, just like the seven dragonballs from Dragon Ball Z and the seven Cristal Stars from Paper Mario (Just to set a few examples). I don't really see it changing anytime soon, considering it's a norm for a lot of games and things. You know, it's sorta like not too much nor too little.
I kind of like Doctor Robotnik better, it sorta makes the character sound more 'serious', and actually evil. I guess since Eggman is the Japanese name then they just suddenly stuck to it, but it's sorta like calling Bowser, Koopa out of nowhere.
Man, I've watched so many cartoons it's really hard just to point out a few, but when I was a lot younger, it used to be only thing I watched. From when I was a little girl I used to really, really love Hey Arnold, Dexter's Laboratory, Cow and Chicken, Edd edd and Eddy, and Catdog. I guess it's kind of funny, 'cause I actually took a lot of things that happened in cartoons (for example, Hey Arnold), and put them to use in my everyday life.
Other shows I watched when I must have been 10 or 11 where The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy and The Fairly Odd Parets. Now I don't watch TV that much, but I like King of the Hill, Spongebob Squarepants, and Family Guy.
I thought grinding was actually a pretty cool element in SA2, I actually think it's a shame it wasn't more experimented on. I also think the Chao Garden stages were cool and all, but what I didn't like is how much you're forced to interact with it to obtain all the emblems, and in truth, I find it to be really time-consuming.
Anyways, I've never gotten why many playable characters is a bad thing. I think it's a cool idea, to have different characters playable with a different storyline and abilities, or different playing styles. The same can be mentioned for a fighting game; having a big character roster is cool, what isn't cool when they all fight the same way.
I'm pretty sure that Shadow is more fitted for an anti-hero role for Sonic, because they're both hedgehogs, and Shadow in a way is Sonic's opposite in terms of values and personalities. If Shadow ended up being slightly superficial, that's a whole different story. Knuckles, on the other hand I believe, is Sonic's true friend. His age of rivaling Sonic is long over, and even when he did, his personality was a lot more different and the concept behind his design as well.