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    Regen reacted to Drawloverlala in nice pictures for you!...again!   
    October november and now! its december! TcT omg! Christmas is coming!
    here  i will post the latest updates of Sonic Skyline at i've made

    here is The Chaotix (which were re-designed by my little bro) and Uncle Chuck.. and Eggman with a new hat XD
    my little bro also has redesigned Hyper Sonic
      *3*  just a little mention there.. XD
    well back on October it was a Sonamy Week going on on Tumblr..... wich i didn't finished because of Time..but here i bring you what i drew the first day
        :V ehhe
    i also drew Sonally
      sort of XD
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    i also wanted to show this one:
        its the cover of Mobius Legends Issue #1
    its a sort of "Sonic Universe" from Lost Hedgehog Tales.. this mini story tells what happend on the No-Zone meanwhile the Last Genesis Wave was happening..
    and its kinda like it wants to continue since Sonic #247
    the idea is from Yarcaz   and comic is being hosted by Lost Hedgehog Tales deviant art group..
    i did the cover and the inks..the colorist had to move from the project because he had very serious personal issues.. so we need a new colorist (maybe i can offer myself.. i just don't know if i will have time)
    i've been very un productive recently.. i hate that.. because i still have various things i want to finish and start before this year ends..
    but hope u like it!
     
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    Regen got a reaction from TheBlueGuardian in Apologies everyone.   
    Hi everyone. It's no secret that I can be a bit overly rash and rude. I just wanted to apologise to everyone that I might have upset on here for any rash or bad action. I've had a tough month - but it's looking good now. 
    Again, sorry for anyone I've upset. I probably won't be coming onto this forum much anymore anyway, but I'll be very civil from now on.
    Kind Regards,
    Regen
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    Regen got a reaction from SurrealBrain in Apologies everyone.   
    Hi everyone. It's no secret that I can be a bit overly rash and rude. I just wanted to apologise to everyone that I might have upset on here for any rash or bad action. I've had a tough month - but it's looking good now. 
    Again, sorry for anyone I've upset. I probably won't be coming onto this forum much anymore anyway, but I'll be very civil from now on.
    Kind Regards,
    Regen
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    Regen got a reaction from Ripe in Apologies everyone.   
    Hi everyone. It's no secret that I can be a bit overly rash and rude. I just wanted to apologise to everyone that I might have upset on here for any rash or bad action. I've had a tough month - but it's looking good now. 
    Again, sorry for anyone I've upset. I probably won't be coming onto this forum much anymore anyway, but I'll be very civil from now on.
    Kind Regards,
    Regen
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    Regen got a reaction from Felix in Apologies everyone.   
    Hi everyone. It's no secret that I can be a bit overly rash and rude. I just wanted to apologise to everyone that I might have upset on here for any rash or bad action. I've had a tough month - but it's looking good now. 
    Again, sorry for anyone I've upset. I probably won't be coming onto this forum much anymore anyway, but I'll be very civil from now on.
    Kind Regards,
    Regen
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    Regen reacted to Monkey Destruction Switch in Sonic the Hedgehog: Awakening Found on Ex-Silver VA Resume   
    That's an interesting (and horrifying) theory.
    Even though I have a feeling it could've been a horrible game, I'm now extremely curious about it. I hope somewhere, somehow, more information about it surfaces.
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    Regen got a reaction from Rey Skywalker-Ren in Apologies everyone.   
    Hi everyone. It's no secret that I can be a bit overly rash and rude. I just wanted to apologise to everyone that I might have upset on here for any rash or bad action. I've had a tough month - but it's looking good now. 
    Again, sorry for anyone I've upset. I probably won't be coming onto this forum much anymore anyway, but I'll be very civil from now on.
    Kind Regards,
    Regen
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    Regen reacted to Diogenes in Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice   
    I don't think enough people care about it in the first place to worry about it being overshadowed. I routinely forget the game is even supposed to exist, and the complete lack of promotion on Sega's part isn't helping.
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    Regen reacted to Diogenes in Like? Hate? How to Improve? :Gimmicks   
    I really hope they don't give up on parkour just because it didn't work well in Lost World. Of all the gimmicks the series has tried, I think it's the best fit for Sonic; parkour is basically "extreme platforming IRL", with a focus on moving quickly and fluidly, so it seems like a natural direction to expand Sonic's abilities. It just needs to actually be quick and fluid, not stiff and awkward like in Lost World.
    I'd be interested to see more racing "boss fights" in the series. Sonic games aren't usually designed for combat; making bosses another kind of platforming challenge is probably a better test of your skills than a straight fight.
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    Regen got a reaction from BlueSky in Can we talk about the Sonic Social Media outlets for a moment...   
    Roger obviously said "I'm conflicted" regarding Sonic's Social Media Presence and then continued to explain how he would find it funny usually but in the wider context of Sonic's current situation that he can't find it funny whilst Sonic is in a bad state, comparing it to Megaman. 
    It's not hard to understand, why is everyone jumping at him? 
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    Regen got a reaction from Ayliffe in Why Sonic CD characterises Sonic perfectly.   
    After replaying Sonic CD recently I've come to the conclusion that Sonic CD's cutscenes had the best characterisation of any Sonic game. Seriously, these things are genius and they are damn near flawless. I'm going to give you some reasons why Sonic CD's cutscenes were so damn good and why they nailed what Sonic should be as a character.
    This is obviously going to feature a lot of images, but I hope to use them as commentary, rather than just have a raw image post.
    Sonic's speed is captured unlike any other game
    We all know Sonic is fast, but the cutscenes in Sonic CD really capture his agility. It's something that has been embarrassingly missed in games like Rise of Lyric and Heroes that attempted to make a more 'action' orientated game. Battles are slow and plodding in Heroes despite Sonic being able to run really fast. This also applies to the more successful 3D platforming games, such as Adventure, Colours and Generations. Actually fighting enemies is slow despite the games letting you go full on fast. 
    Look at how Sonic deal with enemies in Sonic CD's cutscenes

    Note how he runs around the badnik and causes it to flip out. It's a side of his speed that has literally never been displayed until now: his agility!
    It's the same when he just moves about. He's almost graceful with his agility

    For these reasons, I believe Sonic CD's cutscenes perfectly capture Sonic's speed.
    Sonic is the perfect mixture of likeable cocky and noble hero.
    Sonic wastes no time in mocking his enemies when he's noticed that they stand no chance of fighting him:

    Sonic's cocky in almost a cute way. He has his infamous arrogant charm on display here but what's important about this Sonic is that he mostly knows when to take things seriously. I think we have the perfect mixture of the likeable cocky and noble hero Sonic in Sonic CD. It's not as serious as the Sonic Adventures which often appeared melodramatic with the lengthy dark and serious dialogue without much in the moments of cute and charming cocky moments that Sonic was famous for. And on the other hand, it's not like Post-Colours in the Modern Era where Sonic usually doesn't take things seriously at all and constantly goofs about and all sense of agency is lost. A possible notable exception to this rule is when Sonic gets straight to trying to rescue Tails in Lost World.
    Yet there are times where Sonic's cockiness can get the better of him in CD, which showcases Sonic's somewhat reckless behaviour: So it's not like he's this perfect character who's never making mistakes.

    Despite all this cockiness, Sonic isn't a walking embodiment of arrogance. When Sonic checks that Amy is okay before he rushes off to his next adventure, you get a simple scene that expresses emotional incredibly well. Sonic is a character who always rushes off to his next adventure, but that he checks Amy is okay shows that he isn't just doing this for the thrill of chasing Eggman. It's subtle and done without a melodramatic monologue  .

    When he looks up at Little Planet and focuses on how difficult his adventure will be, before he rolls down to launch himself onwards, Sonic weighs his objectives rather than chuckling through the game like in the more Modern titles.

    Sonic doesn't fuck about
    Sorry, I just had to name the title this  . In Sonic CD, Eggman can't just fly away like he usually does in Sonic games, because Sonic throws a fucking rock at him:

    What I find really funny about this scene is that even if you don't get all the Time Stones this still plays in the ending. In other words, if you get the bad ending, Sonic still beats Eggman. It's certainly a breath of fresh air to the likes of Modern Sonic games where Eggman always rushes off. 
    Sonic is both cute and cool
    Despite being quite a small point, I actually think this is very important point, in Sonic CD he's both cool and cute. I especially like how the game isn't afraid to present the two sides of Sonic, shown in the two images below respectively.


    It's not like Classic Sonic in Generations who is like this over the top puppy and it's not like Modern Sonic who's always being an exaggeration of hip and 'cool', in Sonic CD he has that perfect mixture.

    To Conclude,
    I think Sonic CD accomplished a lot in the very small amount of screen-time these famous cutscenes had. Really, when you think about how short the cutscenes are it's incredible exactly what they managed to show. If Sonic was characterised like he is here in Sonic CD, I think we would have something truly special.
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    Regen got a reaction from Jaguar360 in Why Sonic CD characterises Sonic perfectly.   
    After replaying Sonic CD recently I've come to the conclusion that Sonic CD's cutscenes had the best characterisation of any Sonic game. Seriously, these things are genius and they are damn near flawless. I'm going to give you some reasons why Sonic CD's cutscenes were so damn good and why they nailed what Sonic should be as a character.
    This is obviously going to feature a lot of images, but I hope to use them as commentary, rather than just have a raw image post.
    Sonic's speed is captured unlike any other game
    We all know Sonic is fast, but the cutscenes in Sonic CD really capture his agility. It's something that has been embarrassingly missed in games like Rise of Lyric and Heroes that attempted to make a more 'action' orientated game. Battles are slow and plodding in Heroes despite Sonic being able to run really fast. This also applies to the more successful 3D platforming games, such as Adventure, Colours and Generations. Actually fighting enemies is slow despite the games letting you go full on fast. 
    Look at how Sonic deal with enemies in Sonic CD's cutscenes

    Note how he runs around the badnik and causes it to flip out. It's a side of his speed that has literally never been displayed until now: his agility!
    It's the same when he just moves about. He's almost graceful with his agility

    For these reasons, I believe Sonic CD's cutscenes perfectly capture Sonic's speed.
    Sonic is the perfect mixture of likeable cocky and noble hero.
    Sonic wastes no time in mocking his enemies when he's noticed that they stand no chance of fighting him:

    Sonic's cocky in almost a cute way. He has his infamous arrogant charm on display here but what's important about this Sonic is that he mostly knows when to take things seriously. I think we have the perfect mixture of the likeable cocky and noble hero Sonic in Sonic CD. It's not as serious as the Sonic Adventures which often appeared melodramatic with the lengthy dark and serious dialogue without much in the moments of cute and charming cocky moments that Sonic was famous for. And on the other hand, it's not like Post-Colours in the Modern Era where Sonic usually doesn't take things seriously at all and constantly goofs about and all sense of agency is lost. A possible notable exception to this rule is when Sonic gets straight to trying to rescue Tails in Lost World.
    Yet there are times where Sonic's cockiness can get the better of him in CD, which showcases Sonic's somewhat reckless behaviour: So it's not like he's this perfect character who's never making mistakes.

    Despite all this cockiness, Sonic isn't a walking embodiment of arrogance. When Sonic checks that Amy is okay before he rushes off to his next adventure, you get a simple scene that expresses emotional incredibly well. Sonic is a character who always rushes off to his next adventure, but that he checks Amy is okay shows that he isn't just doing this for the thrill of chasing Eggman. It's subtle and done without a melodramatic monologue  .

    When he looks up at Little Planet and focuses on how difficult his adventure will be, before he rolls down to launch himself onwards, Sonic weighs his objectives rather than chuckling through the game like in the more Modern titles.

    Sonic doesn't fuck about
    Sorry, I just had to name the title this  . In Sonic CD, Eggman can't just fly away like he usually does in Sonic games, because Sonic throws a fucking rock at him:

    What I find really funny about this scene is that even if you don't get all the Time Stones this still plays in the ending. In other words, if you get the bad ending, Sonic still beats Eggman. It's certainly a breath of fresh air to the likes of Modern Sonic games where Eggman always rushes off. 
    Sonic is both cute and cool
    Despite being quite a small point, I actually think this is very important point, in Sonic CD he's both cool and cute. I especially like how the game isn't afraid to present the two sides of Sonic, shown in the two images below respectively.


    It's not like Classic Sonic in Generations who is like this over the top puppy and it's not like Modern Sonic who's always being an exaggeration of hip and 'cool', in Sonic CD he has that perfect mixture.

    To Conclude,
    I think Sonic CD accomplished a lot in the very small amount of screen-time these famous cutscenes had. Really, when you think about how short the cutscenes are it's incredible exactly what they managed to show. If Sonic was characterised like he is here in Sonic CD, I think we would have something truly special.
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    Regen got a reaction from smogfog in Can we talk about the Sonic Social Media outlets for a moment...   
    Roger obviously said "I'm conflicted" regarding Sonic's Social Media Presence and then continued to explain how he would find it funny usually but in the wider context of Sonic's current situation that he can't find it funny whilst Sonic is in a bad state, comparing it to Megaman. 
    It's not hard to understand, why is everyone jumping at him? 
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    Regen got a reaction from Potada in Why Sonic CD characterises Sonic perfectly.   
    After replaying Sonic CD recently I've come to the conclusion that Sonic CD's cutscenes had the best characterisation of any Sonic game. Seriously, these things are genius and they are damn near flawless. I'm going to give you some reasons why Sonic CD's cutscenes were so damn good and why they nailed what Sonic should be as a character.
    This is obviously going to feature a lot of images, but I hope to use them as commentary, rather than just have a raw image post.
    Sonic's speed is captured unlike any other game
    We all know Sonic is fast, but the cutscenes in Sonic CD really capture his agility. It's something that has been embarrassingly missed in games like Rise of Lyric and Heroes that attempted to make a more 'action' orientated game. Battles are slow and plodding in Heroes despite Sonic being able to run really fast. This also applies to the more successful 3D platforming games, such as Adventure, Colours and Generations. Actually fighting enemies is slow despite the games letting you go full on fast. 
    Look at how Sonic deal with enemies in Sonic CD's cutscenes

    Note how he runs around the badnik and causes it to flip out. It's a side of his speed that has literally never been displayed until now: his agility!
    It's the same when he just moves about. He's almost graceful with his agility

    For these reasons, I believe Sonic CD's cutscenes perfectly capture Sonic's speed.
    Sonic is the perfect mixture of likeable cocky and noble hero.
    Sonic wastes no time in mocking his enemies when he's noticed that they stand no chance of fighting him:

    Sonic's cocky in almost a cute way. He has his infamous arrogant charm on display here but what's important about this Sonic is that he mostly knows when to take things seriously. I think we have the perfect mixture of the likeable cocky and noble hero Sonic in Sonic CD. It's not as serious as the Sonic Adventures which often appeared melodramatic with the lengthy dark and serious dialogue without much in the moments of cute and charming cocky moments that Sonic was famous for. And on the other hand, it's not like Post-Colours in the Modern Era where Sonic usually doesn't take things seriously at all and constantly goofs about and all sense of agency is lost. A possible notable exception to this rule is when Sonic gets straight to trying to rescue Tails in Lost World.
    Yet there are times where Sonic's cockiness can get the better of him in CD, which showcases Sonic's somewhat reckless behaviour: So it's not like he's this perfect character who's never making mistakes.

    Despite all this cockiness, Sonic isn't a walking embodiment of arrogance. When Sonic checks that Amy is okay before he rushes off to his next adventure, you get a simple scene that expresses emotional incredibly well. Sonic is a character who always rushes off to his next adventure, but that he checks Amy is okay shows that he isn't just doing this for the thrill of chasing Eggman. It's subtle and done without a melodramatic monologue  .

    When he looks up at Little Planet and focuses on how difficult his adventure will be, before he rolls down to launch himself onwards, Sonic weighs his objectives rather than chuckling through the game like in the more Modern titles.

    Sonic doesn't fuck about
    Sorry, I just had to name the title this  . In Sonic CD, Eggman can't just fly away like he usually does in Sonic games, because Sonic throws a fucking rock at him:

    What I find really funny about this scene is that even if you don't get all the Time Stones this still plays in the ending. In other words, if you get the bad ending, Sonic still beats Eggman. It's certainly a breath of fresh air to the likes of Modern Sonic games where Eggman always rushes off. 
    Sonic is both cute and cool
    Despite being quite a small point, I actually think this is very important point, in Sonic CD he's both cool and cute. I especially like how the game isn't afraid to present the two sides of Sonic, shown in the two images below respectively.


    It's not like Classic Sonic in Generations who is like this over the top puppy and it's not like Modern Sonic who's always being an exaggeration of hip and 'cool', in Sonic CD he has that perfect mixture.

    To Conclude,
    I think Sonic CD accomplished a lot in the very small amount of screen-time these famous cutscenes had. Really, when you think about how short the cutscenes are it's incredible exactly what they managed to show. If Sonic was characterised like he is here in Sonic CD, I think we would have something truly special.
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    Regen got a reaction from FFWF in Can we talk about the Sonic Social Media outlets for a moment...   
    Roger obviously said "I'm conflicted" regarding Sonic's Social Media Presence and then continued to explain how he would find it funny usually but in the wider context of Sonic's current situation that he can't find it funny whilst Sonic is in a bad state, comparing it to Megaman. 
    It's not hard to understand, why is everyone jumping at him? 
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    Regen got a reaction from PandoloFox in Can we talk about the Sonic Social Media outlets for a moment...   
    Roger obviously said "I'm conflicted" regarding Sonic's Social Media Presence and then continued to explain how he would find it funny usually but in the wider context of Sonic's current situation that he can't find it funny whilst Sonic is in a bad state, comparing it to Megaman. 
    It's not hard to understand, why is everyone jumping at him? 
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    Regen got a reaction from Monkey Destruction Switch in Can we talk about the Sonic Social Media outlets for a moment...   
    Roger obviously said "I'm conflicted" regarding Sonic's Social Media Presence and then continued to explain how he would find it funny usually but in the wider context of Sonic's current situation that he can't find it funny whilst Sonic is in a bad state, comparing it to Megaman. 
    It's not hard to understand, why is everyone jumping at him? 
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    Regen got a reaction from Rey Skywalker-Ren in Can we talk about the Sonic Social Media outlets for a moment...   
    Roger obviously said "I'm conflicted" regarding Sonic's Social Media Presence and then continued to explain how he would find it funny usually but in the wider context of Sonic's current situation that he can't find it funny whilst Sonic is in a bad state, comparing it to Megaman. 
    It's not hard to understand, why is everyone jumping at him? 
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    Regen got a reaction from nintega137 in Special Stages: What's Your Favourite & Why?   
    I don't like any of the Special Stages since they don't play anything like the core gameplay.
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    Regen got a reaction from Scott in Star Wars Battlefront - Developed By DICE (2015; PS4, XB1, PC)   
    I'm not bothered by the lack of single player campaign, Battlefront always had a godawful campaign. The loss of Instant Action though, for both single player and splitscreen, that's pretty bollocks.
    I'm a gigantic Battlefront fan so I have a lot of problems with what I've seen of this game. Why are Vehicles power-ups? Where is Conquest Mode, the 'Battlefront' Mode of Battlefront? Where is Galactic Conquest? Why are there so few maps? Why is there no Clone Wars? Why are there no Space Battles ala BF2? Why have the Classes been axed? Why are there so few weapons?
    I could go on and on. The game looks okay, I really like how they have handled the heroes, but overall this game is disappointing to me.
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    Regen got a reaction from FantasticMrRobb in Can we talk about the Sonic Social Media outlets for a moment...   
    Aaron Webber is a great member of SEGA. He was brilliant at hyping up Generations and Lost World.
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    Regen got a reaction from Rey Skywalker-Ren in Can we talk about the Sonic Social Media outlets for a moment...   
    Aaron Webber is a great member of SEGA. He was brilliant at hyping up Generations and Lost World.
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    Regen got a reaction from Mando-Whirl-Wind in Star Wars Battlefront - Developed By DICE (2015; PS4, XB1, PC)   
    I'm not bothered by the lack of single player campaign, Battlefront always had a godawful campaign. The loss of Instant Action though, for both single player and splitscreen, that's pretty bollocks.
    I'm a gigantic Battlefront fan so I have a lot of problems with what I've seen of this game. Why are Vehicles power-ups? Where is Conquest Mode, the 'Battlefront' Mode of Battlefront? Where is Galactic Conquest? Why are there so few maps? Why is there no Clone Wars? Why are there no Space Battles ala BF2? Why have the Classes been axed? Why are there so few weapons?
    I could go on and on. The game looks okay, I really like how they have handled the heroes, but overall this game is disappointing to me.
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    Regen got a reaction from Ripe in Popular and unpopular Sonic opinions you agree and disagree with!   
    Here's an unpopular opinion I have, I don't think Sonic fans are all that bad.
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    Regen reacted to Diogenes in Why do so many people hate Zoe Quinn?   
    Good intentions don't invalidate the harm a thing does, nor do they protect it from criticism. It's just as important to call out these sorts of problems as it is to call out "obvious" ones.
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