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Hyp3hat

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  1. Hey, a smarter than usual 'Whats the deal with Sonic' that examines the fanbase that doesn't call us crazy!

     

    1. ThePrinceOfSaiyans

      ThePrinceOfSaiyans

      I generally agree, but Sonic was more than cool IMO. There was some genuine care put into his early games. I come back to Sonic 1 more than I come back to, well, a lot of Mario's games actually.

    2. Hyp3hat

      Hyp3hat

      Yeah, p much the only thing I disagree with is him saying that point about the games introducing and ditching gameplay elements constantly - I think that's a valid criticism of Lost World, and the 'dark age' from Heroes to 06, but not Sonic 1 and 2. 

    3. Diogenes

      Diogenes

      @ThePrinceOfSaiyajins Well he's not saying that Sonic was "just" cool, more like..."cool" was the series' "flavor", if that makes sense. It's the overall feel the series meant to exude, where Mario had a sort of timeless, breezy playfulness, Sonic was more contemporary and harder-edged (I don't know if these buzzwords actually mean anything). And while Mario's timelessness has held and the series hasn't needed to change much, what was cool when Sonic came out isn't really "cool" anymore, and the series has constantly floundered in finding what kind of "cool" it can and should be.

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    5. Blacklightning

      Blacklightning

      I'M NOT CRAZY! YOU'RE CRAZY!

    6. Rusty Spy

      Rusty Spy

      Good thing he didn't call me crazy. I don't like it when people say I'm crazy

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