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  1. 8 points
    Dr. Mechano

    What If Sonic Died?

    A part of me finds this idea hilarious for a "what if" scenario, especially since there are plenty of timelines where exactly this happens; every time a player screws up and crashes headlong into a robot. I love the idea of exploring one of those timelines, where Sonic's taken out not by Eggman himself, not by some ancient evil monster or alien, not in any sort of climactic battle - but just tripping and getting whacked by a Crabmeat or something. I could see Eggman giving that robot a medal. Just imagining this ridiculously over-the-top ceremony where Eggman celebrates "the Badnik who killed Sonic." Silver Sonic, Mecha Sonic, and especially Metal Sonic just standing there in absolute disbelief as the hedgehog they were specifically designed to take down got punked out by a lowly grunt bot. The Crabmeat itself isn't even sure how they did it; they probably just got lucky. Nevertheless, Eggman promotes this Crabmeat to second-in-command of the Eggman Empire. Replaces their Flicky with a rarer, more expensive animal like a palm cockatoo. Gives them a nice new shiny, golden casing. And ultimately, puts them in charge of leading the invasion of the world in Sonic's absence. Oh yeah, and I'm sure Sonic's friends would be really sad but still hold it together enough to fight Eggman off. Especially since Eggman's trusting an under-qualified robot who just got lucky to lead his forces, which won't end well for him.
  2. 6 points
    Pawn

    Pokémon Sword & Shield

    I've said it before, but I'd love the games to include more developed side stories about specific Pokémon important to the region. Take something like Mewtwo in Gen 1 or the Slowpoke town in Gen 2, but make more of them. You can involve interesting human characters and Pokémon alike that don't necessarily have to take centre stage in the larger journey.
  3. 5 points
    Of course leaks are always legit. Now if you excuse me, I’m going back to playing Rayman and Shadow in Smash.
  4. 4 points
  5. 4 points
    Pawn

    Pokémon Sword & Shield

    OK, so this is interesting:
  6. 3 points
    Dr. Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik: Nemesis of Sonic the Hedgehog and would-be conqueror of the world. For almost thirty years, this man's turned animals into robots, unearthed ancient monsters, and threatened the planet with doomsday weapon after doomsday weapon. In short, he's a villain's villain. A true bad egg. But rather than celebrate his feats of villainy, I wanted to talk about the rare times across the franchise that Eggman has performed truly good acts. We recently had a topic about Sonic's moral limits, and about what morally questionable things he would or wouldn't be willing to do. Now let's talk about the opposite! Eggman's capacity to care, to show kindness, to help others. Now, I want to clarify what I mean here. For the sake of this list: I will not be including Eggman teaming up with the heroes to save the world. These acts of "goodness" inherently carry an ulterior motive; That being to save himself and make sure there's still a world for him to conquer. Plus, half the time it's one of his own schemes going out of control anyway. So just saving the world in and of itself won't make the cut for the purpose of my post. I will also not be including a mere lack of cruelty as "goodness." You don't get a cookie for feeding your prisoners or not torturing people. So while I do think the times where Eggman's lack of cruelty has been pointed out (such as in Unleashed) are important, they're not what I'm talking about either. I'm specifically talking about times when Eggman does something kind, or helpful, or selfless toward others without some villainous ulterior motive. I will also be including spinoff material, since the majority of these examples come from those rather than the games. So! With that out of the way, let's begin! Sonic Lost World - Eggman saves Tails Now, I mentioned that merely teaming up with the heroes doesn't warrant a mention. But I think this goes beyond that. Tails attaches Cubot's head to a Crabmeat, which causes Cubot to become very aggressive, attacking Tails. Eggman - without a moment to think or evaluate the situation - immediately leaps into harm's way and shoves Tails to safety, honoring his truce with his enemies by putting his own safety on the line to protect them. Now, you could make the argument that Eggman is only keeping Tails around because he needs him for Sonic to take care of the Zeti (which could also be an argument for Eggman saving Sonic himself later in the same game), but consider: A.) How spur-of-the-moment this was; Eggman didn't have time to calculate how he could use this situation to his advantage, and just leaped as soon as Tails was in danger, and B.) He put himself at risk to save someone else. Yes, by the end of the game - after the terms of their truce were met, with the Zeti defeated and the machine disabled - Eggman goes right back to fighting them. But during their time working together, Eggman is an honorable ally who ultimately saves Tails's and Sonic's lives. I feel like this goes beyond simply helping them out of necessity and warrants mentioning here. As Eggman himself put it, he's "a complicated guy." Sonic X - Eggman talks an enraged Sonic down, and has his crew save Chris and Cosmo from the Metarex In Sonic X, the Metarex commander Black Narcissus attacked Chris and Cosmo, which nearly drove Sonic into an unstoppable rage. Cue Eggman stepping in to provide Sonic with some perspective and remind him not to lose his cool. He manages to calm Sonic down, informing him that he sent Shadow to rescue Chris and Cosmo, and that they're fine. Eggman then proceeds to berate Black Narcissus for his cruelty, saying in no uncertain terms that hurting innocent people is wrong, and humiliates the commander by having Decoe, Bocoe, and Bokkun beat him to the curb. Eggman didn't have to do any of this. Saving Sonic's friends or even calming Sonic down didn't really provide him any strategic advantage. But he did, and then explained why: Because Black Narcissus crossed Eggman's own personal moral code, and the Doc wasn't having it. Sonic X Comics - El Gran Gordo pulls through so he doesn't disappoint his fans After initially becoming a luchador as part of a get-rich-quick scheme, where the Doctor won matches by cheating, Eggman eventually grew to love the spectacle and public adoration of being a hero. So for a time, he stuck with the wrestling gig, without any villainous intent this time. This lands him in trouble when the hulking Andes the Ginormous challenges Gordo to a fight and completely mops the floor with him. Without his robots and gadgets to help him cheat, Eggman is no match for the might of Andes, and is just about to tap out to save himself any more pain or humiliation... when suddenly, from the stands he sees the tears of his number-one fan, Chris, and hears him say exactly what Eggman has perhaps always needed to hear: "I believe in you." Despite the pain, despite his exhaustion, and despite being ridiculously out-matched, Gordo gets his second wind, and through pure raw determination, defeats Andes the Ginormous, claims the championship belt, and lives up to Chris's idealistic expectations. Chris's hero refused to let him down, and even in a moment of weakness, found the strength to win. The El Gran Gordo arc is also my favorite story in the entire Sonic franchise, and I know that over the past decade I've gushed about it enough times already. It's just so good. Sonic X Comics - Eggman the Hedgehog In Sonic X issue 37, Sonic and Eggman swap bodies. Blessed with Sonic's newfound speed and power, does Eggman attempt to use the hedgehog's body to take over the world? Nope. Just the opposite: Eggman loves being Sonic, and being seen as a hero to the world (which echoes his temporary stint as El Gran Gordo), and - upon hearing the president was kidnapped - attempts to rescue him. He actually seems content being the hero, and wants to use the fame and glory Sonic already has as a jump-start to his brand new heroic career. Now, this begs the question: If X comic Eggman wants to be a beloved hero to the masses so badly, why doesn't he just reform? Why go through the middleman of luchador disguises or hijacking your arch-enemy's body to live out a life of heroism? He could just be Eggman and be a good guy, especially since this particular version of Eggman is so driven by wanting love and adoration, which heroism gives him in droves. Ah well, he's a complicated guy. Sonic Boom - Eggman chooses Amy's friendship over personal gain In "Fuzzy Puppy Buddies," Eggman and Amy discover that they share a mutual interest in a collectible tabletop game about adorable dogs. They spend the episode bonding and actually striking up a genuine friendship over their newfound hobby, working out an arrangement to still be enemies on the battlefield, but friends in their off time. At PuppyCon, Eggman steals a puppy figurine, and Amy demands he do the right thing and give it back. So she challenges him to a game, wins, and gives Eggman an ultimatum: He can either return the figurine, or their friendship is over. Eggman hesitates at first, but relents, ultimately choosing Amy's friendship over the rare figurine he wanted. The episode ends with the two of them happily playing another game of Fuzzy Puppies in Eggman's base. I like this episode, because it really gets at who Boom Eggman is. He's a lonely guy who wants friends more than a serious conqueror or evildoer. And when actually given friendship and positive reinforcement, he become a slightly better person. Sonic Boom - Eggman the Wingman In "Tails' Crush," Tails has a crush on Zooey the fox, and keeps getting astoundingly bad romantic advice from his friends about how to ask her out. Tails ultimately makes a fool of himself and gets no closer to truly expressing his feelings. Eggman witnesses this shameful display and, declaring that "the bro code trumps the enemy thing," gives Tails some solid romantic advice: Be confident in yourself and quit trying to copy others. He then immediately launches into an attack on the village - he is a villain, after all - and Tails, taking Eggman's advice, regains his confidence and saves the day. He gets a kiss from Zooey and ultimately ends up in a long-term relationship with her for the rest of the show; and we can thank Eggman for giving Tails the push he needed. Sonic Boom - Eggman saves Beth the Shrew In "Don't Make Me Angry," Eggman's experiments go awry and lead to him temporarily transforming into an adorable little creature every time he gets mad. In order for the effects to wear off, Eggman must avoid getting angry for an entire 48 hours. When Sonic realizes Eggman's condition, he takes pleasure in mocking Eggman for it - hoping to goad him into getting angry. Eventually he succeeds, causing Eggman to become the purple creature as the village laughs at his transformed state. But the young scientist-in-training, Beth the Shrew, takes pity on Eggman and doesn't mock him along with the other villagers. She shows up at his base with cookies a couple of days later to try to make him feel better; a gesture Eggman is touched by, despite the cookies themselves being rather unappetizing (they were made with toothpaste). While exploring Eggman's lab, Beth accidentally falls into the trash compactor, which is automated and set to go off soon. Eggman frantically tries to save Beth from being crushed, but is too large to fit into the compactor himself. So he does the only thing he can: He goes out of his way to become angry so that he can morph into the purple creature, fit into the trash compactor, and pull Beth to safety. Initially, he has trouble doing this, and can't find any way to get angry in time - the futility of which itself ends up making him angry, allowing him to transform and save Beth from being crushed just in the nick of time. This entire episode revolves around Eggman going out of his way - seriously doing everything he could, including morphing into a form he hates - to save a child's life. I think that's great. __________ So, these are some of the immediate off-hand examples I had of Eggman doing outright good things without any villainous undertones. Share your opinions! Do you like stories that show some of Eggman's nicer side? Do you prefer takes on him that are just evil without any redeeming qualities? Maybe somewhere in the middle? Or maybe you just feel like talking in-depth about any of these specific examples? Or you'd like to add some of your own that I didn't cover? There's a lot to talk about here, so feel free to chime in from whatever angle you want! As for me, I love this stuff. Eggman showing a nicer, more humane side to himself is something I pretty much always enjoy seeing. So it's no surprise that X and Boom are my favorite takes on the character overall; even if I do also enjoy his more sinister incarnations in their own way. In the end, I love that Eggman's a character with as much range as he has. Some stories can make him borderline-monstrous, while others give the impression that he could make a great hero if he'd just give up on world domination. And those latter stories are among my favorites in the Sonic franchise.
  7. 3 points
    Today is a certain two-tailed fox's birthday!!! The Master System release of Sonic we released 27 years ago today!!!
  8. 3 points
    The Olympics must be hard, it made Espio age like ten years. Or at the very least that's a very different voice.
  9. 3 points
    Kuzu

    Pokémon Sword & Shield

    I think some new designs are better than some older ones, and vice versa. There's no real universal rule on what's "better" because I can probably name a Pokemon from every Generation that I like. I've just acknowledged that the series has changed. Whether that's a good or bad thing, I can't say. But I try to appreciate these games for what they are and not what I'd prefer them to be.
  10. 3 points
  11. 3 points
    Can't wait to see this tbh. I actually kinda hope Disney takes notice of it and realizes that their 2D work still had lots of room to grow
  12. 3 points
    Diogenes

    What If Sonic Died?

    SA2 gave us a pretty good look at how Eggman would react. He's got a measure of respect for Sonic, he might take a moment to show it, but he's still gonna get back to executing his evil plans pretty quick. Everyone else...well, I'd say Forces is reasonably close. Some characters (Amy in particular, see again SA2) would be more broken up if he was unambiguously dead rather than missing and possibly dead, but they'd still pull together and do what they could. What shape that would take and how successful they'd be depends on what exactly Eggman's up to; I don't believe the point of Forces was ever that, without Sonic, everyone else is incompetent, but that they were fighting a losing war against a seemingly untouchable opponent but with the help of Sonic, other Sonic, and You they were able to turn the tide back in their favor. If Eggman managed to pull some similarly overpowered ace out of his sleeve things could end up like Forces, otherwise there's enough superpowered animals around to beat him back, if maybe not as efficiently.
  13. 3 points
    Congratulations! You've won a free mansion! Come to the totally not haunted cemetery at midnight to collect your prize. All prize winners will leave satisfied and not encased in a magical painting. All professors named "Gadd" need not apply.
  14. 3 points
    I'm going to miss this show now that it's over, even though - like many of you - I did definitely feel that seasonal rot toward the end. I guess when a series almost completely changes its writing staff over time, that tends to happen. But hey, I stuck it out to the end, and I honestly did still find plenty to enjoy, even in the show's final seasons. So I'd like to reminisce on the parts of MLP that mattered to me: The characters and stories that got me so into this show in the first place. One thing that's been a constant for me since the beginning is my favorite MLP character: Rarity. I love what a nuanced character she was, how brilliant and creative she could be when she put her mind to it, what a savvy businesswoman she always was, and how completely over-the-top she could become when she got swept up in her ambitions. She was hilarious; prone to breaking into maniacal laughter or launching into hammy, verbose speeches. But she was also really well-rounded and sympathetic, and had a great balance of comedy and drama. Plus, in the IDW comics, she had a brief stint as a luchador, which seems like an oddly specific trend among my favorite characters: I loved the rest of the main cast, and quite a few of the side characters as well of course. But Rarity the fabulous fashionista is the one I'll miss the most. Ah well, there's still the IDW comics for now. Maybe I'll catch up on those. I may not be as into the show as I was a few years ago, but it still provided me with a ton of entertainment, as well as a character who's still probably in my top ten favorites overall. Whether G5 will appeal to me like G4 originally did, we'll find out in time. But for now, thanks for the memories, MLP!
  15. 3 points
    The problem is that as glaringly bad as the previous design is, the design is only one problem with the movie so "better by comparison" is probably the best we can hope for at this point. Even if the design were perfect, it wouldn't fix the writing or the acting or any other factors that go into the movie's production. I can say that if this were the first thing I saw, I'd probably say I don't like it. I've never been a fan of Sonic having very textured fur, even when it's not as sickeningly designed as the original or even the model from Eddie Lebron's film. For all its faults, they made the right decision scrapping the furry Sonic that they were originally planning in Sonic '06, because they understandably saw that Sonic's design simply does not lend itself well to that level of realism and detail any more so than Homer Simpson's design does. At present, I'm pretty much also in the "I don't love it, but I don't hate it" camp He just looks like a bootleg plush toy. The obvious solution here is to have the movie be a marionette drama instead of a live action movie, that way the design is thoroughly consistent. I'm joking although I would be far more interested in a Sonic marionette drama than a live action movie.
  16. 2 points
    Zaysho

    Pokémon Sword & Shield

    This weirdly makes me think of the Pokémon Ranger stuff. I haven't played those games, so I only have some cursory knowledge of them, but the idea of having to calm down rampaging Pokémon or whatever sounds like it'd be pretty fun and scale back on the the evergrowing stable of corny evil bosses that spell out how evil they are (though I thought Aether/Skull were better about this).
  17. 2 points
    FFWF

    Pokémon Sword & Shield

    A while back, I was mulling over ideas (entirely hypothetical, of course) for a sort of Pokemon-based disaster emergency game; something that would lean on all the edgy Pokedex fluff to create scenarios where you'd have to deal with Magcargo setting everything in their vicinity aflame, Tyranitar destroying mountains, and so on. But something like that could be imported into the canon, too, as a way of showcasing a region's Pokemon and having the Pokedex lore mean something. "Suddenly, Dyna Portals appear across Galar, and ordinary Pokemon are growing enormous and causing havoc!" That would work. Of course, for all we know, that could literally be the plot. I'm not at all opposed to humans having a place in the plot, because I think ultimately the plots of Pokemon games have to be about how humans and Pokemon relate to one another; but I think XY was a demonstration of how exhausted the standard model of the series had become. Sun/Moon was a welcome breath of fresh air, but was definitely a story about humans rather than about Pokemon. The difficulty is in actually telling a story about a partnership between you and a specific Pokemon whilst still giving you absolute choice over your entire team at any time; although Nebby, I think, was an attempt to circumvent that problem...
  18. 2 points
    Cuz

    Dr. Eggman's Good Deeds

    One of my personal favorites, and it almost doesn't read like an act of kindness, (since it affords the Doctor the chance to gloat and monologue, but with some real moral fiber behind his words) Towards the end of Season 2 (episode 49 I believe) he gives out some tough advice when Chris comes barging into his base accusing him of causing the whole singularity thing that necessitates Sonic and crew having to leave Earth. At first he plays into it, but quickly turns around with a "wise up kid, this is over my head.... " speech spelling out that the he's reaching really hard for someone to blame and ultimately just looking to lash out. A rare moment were Chris is called out for being a bit of a brat.
  19. 2 points
    Pawn

    Pokémon Sword & Shield

    Apparently this is from the back cover of the official art book (included in the Japanese Pokémon Center edition of the game): lol EDIT - Full image:
  20. 2 points
    Big Panda

  21. 2 points
    Blue Blood

    Pokémon Sword & Shield

    I think you're really misunderstanding me. I dislike the human characters because they're bad characters with bad stories, not because they're humans. The stories should involve Pokémon more, rather than just being tools to settle arguments with virtually no plot relevance. I don't want Mystery Dungeon stuff; that's a complete aside. It sucks that Pokémon in the story are nothing more than final boss fights. I really don't think that this kind of stuff, especially when told in smaller slice of life style plots. Even something little side stories like The Slowpoke Well and Red Gyarados in GSC are nice Pokémon-related plots that only need a little bit more to be fleshed out into something relevant. Some bad people were doing bad stuff to Pokémon. Then you come along trounce them with your Pokémon and... done. You don't help the Red Gyarados or anything. It just faints in battle/lives in a Pokéball forever (same with every legendary). It would be so great to see something like you earning its trust, it choosing to help you out at some point in the middle of the Rocket Hideout quest (double battle where the Gyarados is AI but you can't let it faint or something?) and then you can return to fight/catch it after that plot point is wrapped up. See what I'm getting at?
  22. 2 points
    I'm liking the Virtual Boo; a nice nod to the Game Boy Horror. I'm hoping it'll still have the GBH's scan functionality, complete with Luigi commentary, like the first game. It was so great to hear Luigi's perspective on the various parts of the mansion, and I'd love for that feature to return.
  23. 2 points
    Okay. Need to vent. I don't give a s*it what side you're on with the Vic situation. I just saw a KickVic conversation in which one of them insulted the IStandWithVic people by calling them Autistic. Again, I don't give a f*ck what anyone thinks about Vic. Using Autism as an insult thoroughly PISSES ME OFF!!! (I have a type of Autism if you didn't know.) That is all.
  24. 2 points
    Been thinking a lot about Eggman lately, and an unpopular opinion I have is that I would LOVE to see him perform more physical feats of strength. I always thought it was so cool to see him punch out cars and the like in the Riders series. And shorts like Man of the Year where he's blasting off (albeit on rocket shoes) and bouncing around the city destroying things with his sheer weight like it's nothing or probably most recently him shattering a wall of ice in Lost World. Sometimes I wish he'd ditch the mechs and take care of things using his pure brute strength.
  25. 2 points
    thumbs13

    What If Sonic Died?

    Elise senses his presence in the wind and they use the Chaos Emeralds to revive him.
  26. 2 points
    Say what you will about Sonic Shuffle but that game has Eggman's best fit by far.
  27. 2 points
    Iko

    IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog

    They mentioned Ice Paradise? I'm glad that Sonic Advance 2 (and the Advance series in general, considering that Gemerl is in the comic) is finally getting some love.
  28. 2 points
    Looks real enough to me and it also looks like Tyson's design. Get Tee Lopes/Jun to make the trailer music and everything will be golden. How long after we got that Jim Carrey screenshot in the same quality as these Sonic ones did we get the trailer?
  29. 2 points
    I think the avatar gameplay in Forces would've been a lot more interesting if you could switch between a few different wispons on the fly during a stage.
  30. 2 points
    Anyone else not seeing the activity feeds on any profile?
  31. 2 points
    I'm torn. On the one hand, this new design - if it's legitimate - is better than the old design by a country mile. It's definitely improved, and I'm glad we're getting this instead of the old one. But then a part of me wonders if I'm being more charitable to the new design just because of how much worse the old one is in comparison. If this design was the first thing I saw, how would I have reacted? I'm not sure. Truthfully, there are parts of it that kinda bug me: the proportions, the face, and I'm honestly not wild about how fuzzy Sonic is either. I know they're going for a sort of "cartoony realism" here with all the visible fur, but it's just not grabbing me. I don't hate it, but I definitely don't love it. Still glad they ditched the old design, either way.
  32. 2 points
    LukA8

    IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog

    B covers for #22 and T&W#3
  33. 2 points
    "Leaks are usually always legit", what? How long has this guy been on the internet?
  34. 2 points
    Assuming this is real, now we have what looks like a more on-model Sonic (blue arms aside) in a movie where Sonic interacts with the human world with bad jokes and what looks to be poor writing and weak storytelling. ...so, on par with most modern Sonic games.
  35. 2 points
    A simple fix for that instead of simply pointing it out is...bringing up something else. Suave Fix.
  36. 2 points
    The purest example: Not to forget his ordering the Chaotix to locate and protect wild Chao from Metal Sonic in Heroes, or sheltering a whole garden of them in Cryptic Castle during Shadow the Hedgehog.
  37. 1 point
    It’s weird growing up as an only child even when you have siblings.
  38. 1 point
    Abobo's Big Adventure was a great game.
  39. 1 point
    Hm? What an odd feeling. I was blinded by rage earlier today but I can barely recall why... ...Um....it's been one of those days, I guess... Dammit, I thought I'd gotten better at handling the emotional outbursts. They rarely happen but when they do, my body moves before my brain gives permission. Sorry you had to see that.
  40. 1 point
    DabigRG

    Dr. Eggman's Good Deeds

    Which they cut out of the dub for the most part. Yeah, that just adds to the confusion, since Bokkun looks nothing like most of Eggman's robots in that show besides Lady Ninja. There was also the cut scene where he's hanging out in a malt shop. Was he that often?
  41. 1 point
    DabigRG

    Dr. Eggman's Good Deeds

    Oh yeah, I remember that. And the weird tshirt Bokkun was wearing for some reason. 'S one of those things that made his exact species notably hard to discern.
  42. 1 point
    Shadowlax

    What If Sonic Died?

    Fine fine I'll listen to your mixtape read your fanfiction
  43. 1 point
    Adamabba

    Chubby Pikachu is back

    Chubby Pikachu is back
  44. 1 point
    Sonictrainer

    Pokémon Sword & Shield

    New Gigantmax Forms Gigantmax Pikachu Type: Electric Ability: Static Height: 68'11"+ Weight: ????.? lbs. Gigantmax Eevee Type: Normal Ability: Run Away / Adaptability Height: 59'1"+ Weight: ????.? lbs. Gigantmax Charizard Type: Fire/Flying Ability: Blaze Height: 91'10"+ Weight: ????.? lbs. Gigantmax Butterfree Type: Bug/Flying Ability: Compound Eyes Height: 55'9"+ Weight: ????.? lbs. Gigantmax Meowth Type: Normal Ability: Pickup/Technician Height: 108'3"+ Weight: ????.? lbs.
  45. 1 point
    Dr. Stone is so good.
  46. 1 point
    I don’t know why they keep the blue arms. Maybe they want to make their own kind of Sonic? However, I’m perfectly fine with this. He look 10 times better than this abomination.:
  47. 1 point
    The mouse cursor is not reason to make it a fake. It looks like someone has snapped a photo of a screen. It could well be mid-edit.
  48. 1 point
    Hopefully the trailer will be out soon with the new design in action!
  49. 1 point
    Dude I’m glad he has two eyes. It evokes that sense of realism they’re going for while not deviating too much from the original design. I always said they could separate Sonic’s eyes without changing them too much, and they did. It looks good!
  50. 1 point
    HywelAtTheMoon

    Dr. Eggman's Good Deeds

    I guess you could count the time Eggman spent as Mr. Tinker in the early issues of the IDW comics. For those who haven't read them, the comics take place after Sonic Forces. Eggman vanished, but was found in a small village (issue 4), completely missing his memory. He would likely have stayed that way if he hadn't been subjected to a little "therapy"... Sonic says it himself. He isn't faking the amnesia for an ulterior motive.
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