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  1. 13 points
    Autosaver

    SSMB's Video Game Deals

    Ok, so a bunch of people are giving me shit for this so I think I should just make a post clarifying what happened. Retailers fuck up all the time. Walmart sold $3000 TVs for $7 once. Around Christmas, Best Buy had a B2G1 Free Skylanders sale that applied to video games (I actually took advantage of that lol). Early morning, Best Buy fucked up again. They had a 50% Skylanders sale that applied to video games and consoles. Bloodborne which is currently on a special sale at $40 cost me $20. The New 3DS and PSVita dropped down to $100. I didn't know about consoles until the glitch ended. I ended up buying a bunch of games because I knew my family would buy them at one point. Arkham Knight? Call of Duty: BO3? Star Wars Battlefront? Splatoon? Zelda U? Kingdom Hearts 3? etc, etc. Why spend $70 when I can buy them $20 after rewards now? Video games are pretty expensive. If you add up how much you spend on them, you'd be surprised. I know people are giving me shit for spending a lot of money but there are people out there paying $70 for games, including people on this forum. I made this thread so I could share ways to get discounts on games. Clearly I'm being smart in managing my money. If you shop at Gamestop, EVER, you're spending your money unwisely. I am the MASTER at being a cheapskate. I do not buy my games at full price and I do not like digital. This cheapskate attitude transfers to my entire life. I always use coupons and get stuff on sale. I switched our landline to google voice which cut our $30 monthly landline bill to $0. I convinced my parents to drop Verizon which shaved $200 off our cellular bill. I also haggle with our providers and services to get our bill cut. So overall I've been doing a good job in regards to saving money and spending money. That's why my parents give me free roam to buy stuff. I run an Amazon business where I sell my old goods. Since I'm a big Nintendo fan, these games KEEP their retail value. The money quickly adds up with how many games I have. I also sell old computer parts or stuff we don't need anymore. I keep all my stuff in mint condition so it keeps its value. That means upgrading consoles, handhelds, and smartphones is really cheap for me. I take good care of what belongs to me. I also don't like to hoard too much. Through the years I've been selling off collections of stuff I don't care anymore. My Wii library barely exists and my DS library is slowly getting smaller. I live in a family of 6 and we're all big video game fans. My brothers play on their PS4s and I play on my Wii U/Xbox One/PC. They usually pick up the major sellers on Day 1 such as Call of Duty, Star Wars Battlefront, Assassin's Creed, Sports titles, etc. These games cost over $60 and potentially into the $100s area if you include Season Passes. That's a lot of money. Without me they'd be buying games at Gamestop for $70 a piece. I look for deals on games and get games at over 30% off on launch date. Best Buy fucked up and after rewards/promos, I pretty much got every game for 70% off. That's a $40-$50 savings on every game that we would have purchased. I think some people are taking it as I'm going to be playing all these games. I don't own a PS4 so all those PS4 games are not for me. I guess you can judge me for spending the money but it's money that would have been spent with or without me. The $50 savings per game is huge. This is why I don't get why so many people are upset that I'm saving my family money. That's why my parents trust me with handling purchases. I'm not dumb, I'm actually pretty smart. On the topic of "money", I get it. My parents were immigrants and I was born in Canada. We grew up pretty poor. During the PS2 era I had like 1-2 games per a year that I wouldn't put down. This mass collection of games didn't start until I got older. I completely understand some people are in bad financial situations as I've been there. BUT, I don't think that should mean I can't enjoy or spend money because others are having problems paying bills or they're in college or etc. Emphasis on the fact I buy Nintendo games and physical games. Nintendo games RARELY if ever go down in price. Bayonetta 2 has been out for half a year and is still a $60 full priced title. I got it for about $25. After I beat my games I sell them. Games now a days don't really have a lot of replayability. I don't see the point in keeping $60 titles when they have 5 hour storylines with no replayability. If I play games quick enough I can sell them close to full price. Worst case scenario I break even, best case I profit. If it's an old game then I can usually make a bit of money. Games cost money though and I enjoy them. Worth the money, no? Profit? Yes, I actually can make money and a great example is the case here. Most of the games I bought come out to be $20. These games retail for over $70. Let's say I actually don't end up playing the game or I don't want it. If I return the game, I get $20 back. If I sell the game on Amazon, I make about $50 after Amazon's seller fees. That's a $30 profit per game which required zero effort to make. Now if you continually add up each game that can be a lot of money. This is just a worst case scenario if I don't play it/don't want it. May as well make the choice now because I either get a game cheap or I make money. That money can now be reused for future sales/discounts. The big point on profit is why I don't really understand why people are saying I made a bad move or I'm stupid. Are none of you guys going to be buying Kingdom Hearts 3 or Final Fantasy XV on launch day? You don't preorder games? I'm sure SOME of you do and you guys are going to be paying full price for it. How does Gamestop sell millions of copies of games at full price if no one is buying them? People do! The one laughing is me because I got a game for $20 that you paid $70 for. Some people are asking if this is legal, it is. Best Buy could have cancelled all our orders but they didn't. On the topic if they're able to take back the games, I don't think they can. Walmart made a mistake like this before and tried to but in many states there were laws that once it was in the hand of the buyer they were not able to legally take it back. Walmart took a big hit that day and learned a big lesson. Video games are my hobby. I don't really buy expensive clothing. I don't go out often. I don't eat out that much. I don't spend money on luxuries. I spend my money on video games. $20 for months of entertainment is worth it. I don't even really see movies that often. When I do I get tickets 50% off because I know how to. My life is basically discounts, sales, and coupons. I'm smart with my money and I keep waste at a minimum. It ties back to growing up poor. Because I've always lived with trying to save money I use these skills every day now. I see people getting suckered into wasting money all the time. I avoid that. While at the time my parents didn't know about the purchases they didn't need to. A while back, I got an offer on my Kindle for a Lightning Sale on a $250 Chromebook for only $50. Because my Dad didn't answer, I didn't buy it. He ended up telling me that if there were sales that I should act immediately instead of waiting and possibly missing it out. This glitch was at 3am and only lasted an hour. There was zero way I was going to communicate with my Dad who is currently in Canada right now. If I waited, I would have never bought these games. Overall, I still want to emphasize on the fact that no matter what way you cut this or see me these games are games my family would have purchased. I mean, if someone told me they made $500 buying video games I wouldn't be upset, I'd be fucking impressed. The cost I got these games are so low that selling them would make me profit. You use money to make money. To those complaining that I'm wastefully spending, look at your spending. You're buying games and actually spending money. I bought games, spent money, but made a profit in return. The $20 per a game only gets charged when the games come out too. Basically point by point "You stole your parents money!" Actually no. My parents trust me with spending. I'm not 2, I'm 18. "You wasted money!" These are games my family would have purchased at full price, with or without me. "WTF I'm too poor!" I grew up poor too. I don't think that should mean I can't buy games or enjoy life. Life sucks, I guess? "You're bragging!" Well I bragged about getting a huge discount on games, not that I buy a lot of games. There's a big difference here. "You could've used the money on x, y, z!" I don't think you should be telling me how to spend my money. I don't tell you how to spend money, unless there's a way to get it cheaper I will let you know. "You're not even going to play these games!" Worst case scenario, I sell the games and make $30 profit per copy. This is a WORST CASE SCENARIO so it doesn't mean it'll happen. Maybe if a game gets bad reviews, I don't know. "You could have waited" If I didn't act now, I would bought the game for $60 instead of $20. I can cancel orders at any time or return them if I'm unhappy. Ignoring everything and over simplifying it, what if I said this to you? You can have every game you want and have a free $500 in your pocket. Would you say no?
  2. 11 points
    Rucdose

    SSMB's Video Game Deals

  3. 9 points
    azoo

    SSMB's Video Game Deals

    Okay so just to do this now since I've fed my beans to you already. Stop discussing this here and get back on topic, as of right now. This has went very off topic and has spiraled into madness. Let's quit it while we're ahead. People who've been preparing posts and are posting below this better read this, because I made it really big and that's a sign that you should read it (unless it's a shit-post, but don't do those or I'll backhand you into next Sunday). Oggy may be making a topic about commercial ethics and you can continue discussing your admittedly questionable ways of thinking in there. Continue talking about sweet vidya deals here as of right now or I'm sending you to baby jail. ~Azoo
  4. 8 points
    Sami

    SSMB's Video Game Deals

    When I'm rich and a baller in ten years in gonna sign in and show y'all my yacht made entirely out of repurposed golden PS2's
  5. 6 points
    Nepenthe

    SSMB's Video Game Deals

    That's only if there isn't anything in a person's ToS that says that both acceptance of a transaction counts as a commitment to honor it and they are unable to reverse orders went through but were deemed to have been based on misinformation such as a pricing error. It is also based on good faith; If they suddenly see someone has added a shitload of usually-expensive items to a cart, they can easily argue the person was taking advantage of them if they actually wanted to take it to court. So no, the process of adding something to an online cart isn't necessarily legally binding in every instance. Furthermore, it is underhanded if you buy something from someone knowing full well that they priced it wrong. Just because someone makes a mistake doesn't ethically mean I should take advantage of the mistake at their own cost. It's a tired analogy but it works just as well; if I leave my door unlocked, you're still an asshole for walking in uninvited.
  6. 5 points
    It seems like a rather weird thing to post in the first place to me, regardless of it being a joke or not. Oh well. Be sure to watch this until the end. Felix's Dedede game was not strong enough this game.
  7. 4 points
    DBZHedgy

    SSMB's Video Game Deals

    The winky face seems to imply that it was a joke. Didn't he say he would sell it for $50 or $55 short after anyway? And at that he does it at a moderate price range so people can save on the games as well.
  8. 4 points
    TCB

    SSMB's Video Game Deals

    At the end of the day for me he did what he did. Am I a bit jealous he could afford those games? Of course hahaha. Ain't gonna let it get to me though; that's a waste of my time and energy. Am I impressed in how he did so (the credit card thing notwithstanding)? Yes I am. Again I'm not angry. Knowing me I don't have a reason to be when it doesn't directly affect me. So eh, good for him getting those games I suppose.
  9. 4 points
    Solkia

    SSMB's Video Game Deals

    Tell me how you guys didn't prompt it. He would not have said that if you guys didn't jump down his throat and you know it.
  10. 4 points
    Oh NOW I get why you guys are so excited!
  11. 3 points
    Sami

    SSMB's Video Game Deals

    There's no cutoff point, it's common sense. Best Buy can absorb the loss. Don't pretend they can't. And no, I feel no remorse taking advantage of the error of a multi billion dollar corporation because I'm not ignorant of the world we live in and I know they're disgustingly corrupt anyway. Following politics for more than three seconds is a pretty easy way to stop giving a shit about being nice to unfathomably rich old white farts when they make a mistake. Comparing taking advantage of a pricing error and the legal transaction it encompasses to fucking shoplifting is hilarious to me.
  12. 3 points
    Solkia

    SSMB's Video Game Deals

    Gotta spend money to make money. You'd shit your pants if you saw how much restocking normally costs. thanks obama
  13. 3 points
    Wil348

    SSMB's Video Game Deals

    The only thing that really irks me about this is spending $1000 on your mother's credit card upfront. This could affect your mother's credit score/report negatively which is something that you really don't want to do. While you did save money in the long run, the upfront cost without any kind of mitigation is massive but that's really the only legitimate issue here. Using the discount glitch is a grey area that I don't really have anything to comment on and I don't see what's wrong with sharing about your haul as long as it doesn't border into bragging territory (which I can't really say it has). Edit: Nevermind, complete payment isn't upfront.
  14. 3 points
    Solkia

    SSMB's Video Game Deals

    Literally all he said is he bought $2000 worth of games. If that's bragging remind me to never mention when I get something cool.
  15. 3 points
  16. 2 points
    Autosaver

    SSMB's Video Game Deals

    $60 game + tax = about $70. Online you're not charged tax. Honestly I did do this at one point as a joke. But I mean is anyone really jealous that over 20 years I have a pile of video games? People have posted bigger collections on here before. Not that impressive.
  17. 2 points
    Solkia

    SSMB's Video Game Deals

    The price doesn't matter. You act like we don't have an entire thread
  18. 2 points
    He knows that he has no talent and can only succeed via piggybacking on something popular and everything he's said nowadays is him in sheer denial of his own incompetence.
  19. 2 points
    No, not really. If you have reasonable suspicion something isn't meant to be this price, then you would be found guilty of acting in bad faith in a court. The average person ponders "what's the catch" when they see a bargain that isn't part of some huge sale. Doubly so in a case where the terms of the sale are specifically outlined. If I offer buy 1 get 1 free of an item, and state limit of 1 per customer, and you somehow are able to buy 5 items and get 5 free, you are acting in bad faith, because I clearly set the terms of the deal, though my system was faulty and didn't catch the error. Now, on the other hand, if I found out about this glitch and did NOTHING to correct it... one could argue I've opened the door to being taken advantage of, since I'm clearly okay with it. But how many would do that? I correct every mistake in my systems the moment I discover it.
  20. 2 points
    It isn't illegal to do so, no. Underhanded with hints of thievery if you can obviously tell that a Xbone should could $400 versus $4.00, but not illegal. Mistakes and glitches happen in pricing, and in general you can't prosecute people who take advantage of this while the store hasn't acted. Sometimes companies will honor them if they don't want the headache of backlash, but they're actually not obligated to do so. Best Buy right now could take all of these games back if they wanted to, assuming they know about it.
  21. 2 points
    That it looks like Gamma is 100% a coincidence. It's a robot that was created back in 'ancient' human times. So that it looks exactly like Gamma is a pretty bizarre coincidence/lazy/poorly thought out character design. Also, that obsession with nukes- they keep popping up in KP works like he worships them or something. And didn't Robotropolis get hit by nukes once? Like in the Mecha Sonic special, I believe? Why is Rotor suddenly like "I LEARNED ABOUT THESE IN STUDIES OF ANCIENT DIAGRAMS"- man you've seen them in real life. But hey they've 'never used' guns either so hey what ev.
  22. 2 points
    Actually that's not the reason why. For starters, releasing a game through Kickstarter increases the amount of legal litigation you have to go through, therefore an increase in costings. Aside from following the usual policies, Sega would have to factor in their rights and responsibilities through Kickstarter as well, this is an increase in costs on development too. Furthermore, Sega, like a number of companies have a policy where they themselves can't directly be seen to be taking money from people, no I do not know the exact reasons for this but Kickstarter would likely fall under this. Before anyone asks why did Sonic Boom event charge people? Probably because it was a paid for event which Sega funded 100% and also Sega never directly took money from fans, Ticketmaster did. lol! Zero risk eh? Kickstarter is not a zero risk, both to the bakers and the people behind the kickstarter. Here are a number of problems that a 'successful' kickstarter can run into. * your kickstarter is successful, but you grosely under-estimate the costs of your final product. Your product is either... Cancelled. Reduced in scope. Reduced in quality. Either one of those options will be negative for the people behind the kickstarter. Future products will be much harder to get investment for and you'll likely destroy and chance for future investments again if the quality and scope is reduced. * Your kickstarter is successful... and you never release the product but claim it's still in production. Your reputation is destroyed and depending how much of a con artist you are, you may or may not risk legal action. * your kickstarter is successful, but due to problems in development, you fail to release a product. The following happens. You may try to compensate your backers. (increase in your costs). You may have to try and refund your backers investments (unlikely), You get a loss of reputation. Either way, with this one, you incur a huge cost over your initial kickstarter goal since you still have to find a way to pay those who worked on the game as well as compensation for your backers. For backers... there are tons of risks too, one example is that portable N64 console which was so blatantly a con, got reported and still took the money, it's months behind development, the project leader has obviously run off with the money... yet nobody has been refunded/compensated. The product you backed may come out, but a huge reduction in score. So what you get ins't what you expected.
  23. 2 points
    Welp, shoot. Solkia figured all of us out. Pack it up.
  24. 1 point
    Solkia

    SSMB's Video Game Deals

    I imagine someone will get fired though. Though they would have regardless.
  25. 1 point
    MegasonicZX

    SSMB's Video Game Deals

    You gotta remember that a lot of the things he got were things that haven't come out yet though so he hasn't really paid a whole 1000 dollars up front, the money is used sure but it won't actually come out of the account until those games drop so in reality he hasn't actually spent all that money yet and like he said if he hadn't taken this deal now he would've spent more money on the respective release days for those games. Edit: aaaannndd ninja'd by auto, darn it.
  26. 1 point
    jords

    SSMB's Video Game Deals

    Honestly I probably would of done the same thing but not using that much money. Unless I had a lot of money. Its the stores fault for messing up so I'd say go for it.
  27. 1 point
    DBZHedgy

    SSMB's Video Game Deals

    I feel like the bragging thing has been blown out of proportion. I've seen the status of his posting, his responses to said status, his responses to other statuses regarding this and the posts in this topic, but the most I've seen him brag was in the form of "Yes, I got a discount on pricing! :D" not "Yeah, in your fucking faces I got these games for cheap and you didn't" He wasn't even bragging about the things that you specifically mentioned.
  28. 1 point
    Digital Sonic 25 and Sonic Colors Generations sounds awesome to me We'll see if it ends up being true or not And about the jumping animation I thought the same the first time I saw it in Colors and Generations At last, 2 Lv.100 characters. Now it's Knuckles turn
  29. 1 point
    People don't want to fund a big company to produce a game because they consider that a company of such a size should be more than capable of funding game development themselves. If a big company turns to Kickstarter, the consideration is that either they have major undisclosed funding problems, or that they're cheapskates who aren't willing to risk their own money on a project, which speaks volumes about their reliability. The recent Archie controversy occurred partly because of a perception that Archie is a big company that should have the money on its own to fund the projects it was developing (though whether Archie is quite so big as that is debateable); on a related note, I can think of Kickstarters that have failed due to asking for too much, and it's commonly reported that game development costs far more than the public perceive it to for even relatively small games. As such many corporate Kickstarters are already asking for considerably less than they actually need; for instance, Koji Igarashi openly admits that his recent "Bloodstained" Kickstarter is actually only asking for 10% of development costs, with the other 90% coming from elsewhere. As such, to fully or even partly fund a game worthy of a big publisher like Sega, they would have to be asking for a quite astronomical sum, and the public would certainly wonder why this was their responsibility.
  30. 1 point
    This particular machine is located in Butlins holiday resort in Minehead. http://www.sonicstadium.org/2015/05/sonic-dash-extreme-dashing-into-butlins/
  31. 1 point
  32. 1 point
  33. 1 point
    Guest

    Gala's Art

    Wow! This is a very different style. And I like different so well done! Nice Tails drawing at the beginning btw!
  34. 1 point
    Do you want to see the episode "Blue with envy" in french? http://www.4shared.com/account/home.jsp#dir=v97x6xKM
  35. 1 point
    OMG this episode, I've literally been waiting four years for this episode to happen and it's everything I could have asked for and more. Also more of Pinkie and Dashie paling around. The Griffon kingdom actually appears and holy shit it got more lore and back story than most of the towns in Equestria. And best of all Gilda comes back and mends the broken bond from her last appearance. Even after my first viewing of Griffon the Brush Off years ago I felt the ending was awkward and depressing. Despite being the most jerky of jerks Gilda's friendship with Dash felt really genuine and likewise she seemed betrayed when Dash took Pinkies' side instead of hers. Having a long friendship broken over a misunderstanding felt contrary to the show's message. I'm so glad they so finally resolved this in a believable manner while also giving some extra depth to Gilda in the original episode. We learn that she wasn't being a jerk and a thief just because it's in her nature but because it was some thing she developed living in a society that's gone to shit generations ago and now value's personal gain over the well being of others. Just the fact that Gilda was able to sustain a real friendship with Dash despite her attitude towards others shows that she's far more capable of learning and teaching the lesson of friendship to the rest of Griffonstone than anyone else. Also tiny Gilda destroyed my heart and I couldn't be happier. So far this season has been batting for the fences with every episode and hitting the Goodyear blimp most of the time. I want to see Gilda one more time before the end of the series just to see how far she gets in restoring Griffinstone through her baked goods. Also reformed or not she still owes Fluttershy an apology.
  36. 1 point
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  38. 1 point
    Really loved this episode: Pros: - Pinkie was in top form here. Though some of her jokes were hit or miss, there was a level of maturity here that we rarely see from her. You know, except for when she actually threw the rope down to Dash... though that was hilarious. - Can I just say how awesome those back story segments for the griffons were? I mean, there was just a level of action and drama there that is rarely seen in this show (the only other times being the Canterlot Wedding or Twilight having her home destroyed). Plus, with those killer images and art style, absolutely loved it. - Love all this world building we've been getting this season and this episode just takes the cake. Been wanting to hear more about Griffons since season 1. Maybe next we'll get to take a look into where all the bat ponies are. - I was very pleasantly surprised to see Gilda again. I haven't been reading too much ahead in terms of episode descriptions. Though, I guess when I first saw that this episode was going to be centered around Griffons I should of put two and two together. XD Also loved how she was reformed. Hopefully we'll see more of her in the future - Young Gilda is one of the most adorable things this show has had and that's saying something. - That skull in the canyon took me by surprise. Here I was thinking Rainbow would actually make it down to the bottom and actually find that beast with that golden artifact. Is this the first time the show has out right stated that something died?... you know, besides that short cut away from a funeral in that Big Mac X Cheerilee episode. - THE ANIMATION THO. I know this should go without saying by now but damn! The griffon city was so wonderfully designed. Not to mention how varied the griffons were in looks. I mean, I guess I might notice these things a bit more than others seeing as I've been watching some season 1 episodes lately but man. Saying improvements have been made would be an understatement. Cons... again, not that many: - Like I said before, some of Pinkie's jokes did fall flat. - What's with ponies not knowing about their neighboring species? First it was the dragons and now griffons. Not really sure I like where that kind of approach is heading... I'm definitely over thinking this right now though. Another fantastic episode for this season. I just don't have anything bad to say about these recent ones. Here's hoping that continues and that they start to utilize griffons more in other episodes now. Wow, that was episode 99... Can't believe there have been that many episodes. I remember back in 2011 when we were so unsure as to whether this show would continue on. A lot of people thought that it would end after season two (what with 50ish being the perfect number of episodes to sell overseas). But here we are, on the break of the hundredth episode. It's been one hell of a ride. I came into the fandom when season one was just about to end. That was over 4 years ago... I'd be getting emotional now but I recently learned we're in for a two week break before the episode! >:V I'll save my thoughts for then I guess. man, this and we don't even have a date for the next Steven Universe episode... damn mid-season breaks...
  39. 1 point
    I like your style, I realy like the one with the characters in the field. I can't wait to see what you show next.
  40. 1 point
    If by some chance this movie does well and merits a sequel, I anticipate they'd find some way to move into the 90s with the next one. He's likely sitting this one out though. No we wouldn't have, actually, because presumably that would be some sort of twist and so he wouldn't be able to talk about it.
  41. 1 point
    Johnny Boy

    Disney Thread

    BUMP! More news on Moana! http://www.liveforfilms.com/2015/05/21/cannes-exclusive-pixar-and-walt-disney-animation-studio-2015-and-beyond-preview/ Whoa, another princess with superpowers and a villain that's not gonna be revealed via plot twist? Count me in!
  42. 1 point
    That was one of the most humilating defeats I ever had. I WILL get you back for this one today. >:[
  43. 1 point
    It's Ash's birthday today. According to Takeshi Shudo's anime novelisation, new trainers get their license the April following their tenth birthday. The novelisation also claims Ash turned 10 exactly 10 months and 10 days before he began his journey (which is presumed to be April 1st, the day the anime had its Japanese premier in 1997), making his birthday May 22nd. This means: •Ash was born on May 22nd 1986. •Ash has his tenth birthday on that date in 1996. •Ash began his journey roughly a month and 22 days before his eleventh birthday. •If he aged, Ash would be 29 years old today.
  44. 1 point
    Crash Twinsanity is the fucking king of cut Crash content. Story elements, levels, one of which were in the demo disc, and musical tracks that somehow made it into the OST. Classroom Chaos could've had a third level featuring a funky big band track that I can't get enough of. We could've seen Cortex get sucked into and explore Coco's mind, which is bassically Care-a-lot meets Candy Land! The game could've had more hilarious cutscenes, which can be seen in this playlist. There also could've been a third dimension to travel to, as mentioned by Cortex before the crew headed to the tenth dimension. Too bad the development was rushed, but at least we still got a damn good game that's just a bit rough around the edges.
  45. 1 point
    People kidding around on the internet? Surely you jest Jez.
  46. 1 point
    This is the full picture. You can see Mighty's legs but they look incredibly creepy below his steroids body. WHAT THE FUCK IS GOING ON WITH ESPIO (seriously, that's the worst drawn Espio I've ever seen.)
  47. 1 point
    ahh.. hehe >w< don't worry about that... and thank you so much! °w^ yep! yoo! do you remember this Prototype of Sonic? http://www.deviantart.com/users/outgoing?http://underratedretro.com/press/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/259340-sonic1_rabbit.png well.. i've stylized him in modern Sega Sonic style... Sonic the Rabbit...! one of his ears looks longer because this one supose to stretch them...
  48. 1 point
    C.J

    Official Sonic 2006 topic

    Nope. I did too. She's easily the best supporting character in the game. She's fast and has got a good accelerator jump, a rapid fire claw attack and an effective spin attack. I even once glitched the end of her section so I could complete the rest of Crisis City as her instead of Silver. Shame you don't get to play much of her. As for Wave Ocean, it was the mach speed section that would sometimes screw me over. Running on the right side of the last loop can send you flying into the sea, away from the dash panel. I died a few times during my first playthrough.
  49. 1 point
    Drawloverlala

    nice pictures for you!...again!

    "if you leave your game, you'll need to remember this: if you die outside your own game, you won't regenerate ever! Game Over" i was thinking..if we follow "Wreck it Ralph" canon.. i think this kind of fights were kinda dangerous.. .. Console Wars:
  50. 1 point
    You couldn't just link it normally...
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