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  1. As the topic title says, this is just a topic where you explain how you came up with your username. It could be your current one, one you've used in the past, or other forums. I'll go ahead and start with mine. My other username, Golden Sonic, was based off of Super Sonic. When I was a little kid and first saw the Super Sonic transformation, I used to refer to him as "Golden Sonic" because of his color scheme, and because of the fact that I didn't know what he was called at the time. My current username, Scorch, came from a Sonic fan character of mine that I came up with over five years ago, by the name of "Scorch, the Goddess of Fire". However, I only used the "Scorch" part for the obvious reasons of being a male.
  2. Silver had fangs on one cutscene, too. It was during his ending, when he was trying to seal Iblis inside of himself.
  3. I enjoyed his gameplay, too (as I said on the first page). His, along with Sonic's, Shadow's and Blaze's. Most of the other characters (especially Knuckles) had severely flawed gameplay. The main problem I have with them is the fact that they moved too slow, as opposed to some of the previous games where they were able to run just as fast as Sonic.
  4. You're right. Let's get back to talking about Omega. If/When he's to be featured in another game, he'll most likely have the same weapons that he used in Sonic Heroes. I also hope that whoever his new voice actor is, they'll actually make him sound the way he did in Sonic Heroes and Shadow the Hedgehog, rather than how he sounded in Next-Gen Sonic.
  5. The fact that he's even trying to destroy the world in the FIRST place makes him a sadistic and psychotic individual. He's also demonstrated his insanity by breaking out into a maniacal laughter after Omega shot him several times (during the cutscene that took place after Wave Ocean). How is that any different from the entirety of Robotnik's trick in Sonic 3 & Knuckles? Even so, he STILL managed to successfully pull something off that Robotnik's attempted many times, and he did it with EASE.
  6. I'd definitely prefer a sequel to Sonic the Fighters over Sonic Battle.
  7. No, you're not the only one. I happened to like that game's storyline, as well. I happen to be a huge fan of storylines that involve dark, sinister, and manipulative villains who try to destroy the world (like Super Paper Mario, for example). Also, I REALLY don't think this game is as bad as people say it is. Lots of people complain about it being "glitchy and unplayable", and whenever I read comments like that, I always think things like, "Are we playing the same game here, or what?". Sonic, Shadow, Silver, and Blaze's gameplay were fine for the most part. Mostly everyone else's (especially Knuckles'), I hated.
  8. I've recently started having this problem, too.
  9. Yeah, and that (along with Blaze's presence in Next-Gen Sonic) has caused a massive continuity error. One minute, Nega is Robotnik's counterpart from another dimension, and next, he's his descendant from 200 years into the future.
  10. Scorch

    Mega Man 9

    I'm surprised as to how fast this topic is dying (as it was already on the second page prior to this post), so I'm going to revive it with this: http://gonintendo.com/?p=61089 One of the Capcom staff members claims that there's an "undiscovered secret" in the game somewhere. The only hint we've been given so far is that it isn't a hidden weapon (despite the fact that there's an empty weapon slot, as well as unused throwing sprites for both Mega Man and Proto Man that were found within the game). It's also not the hidden E-Tank at Tornado Man's stage, either. My guess is that it's the explanation as to why Bass' blueprints were spotted in the background during the ending sequence (which they most likely came up with at the last minute).
  11. I forgot to mention my favorite line: "I HATE THAT HEDGEHOG!!!"
  12. The Mario & Luigi series was made by AlphaDream. However, Shigeru Miyamato did play some part in the development of both series, if I'm not mistaken.
  13. Since Nega is an enemy to Shadow and Rouge, I'm pretty sure he would be Omega's enemy, too.
  14. Personally, I wouldn't like to see another storybook game. As much as I liked Sonic Wildfire (I prefer that name over Secret Rings, just as I prefer Dr. Robotnik over Dr. Eggman), and the cutscenes in Sonic and the Black Knight (I haven't actually played the game myself, yet), Sega/Sonic Team are better off making mainstream Sonic titles, where Sonic and the rest of the characters are in their own universe, with their normal continuity.
  15. I'm definitely in agreement here. I'd take Sonic R over Riders any day of the week.
  16. No, just no. They don't need to make another sequel. The last two were already bad enough, and the series seems to get progressively worse with each installment.
  17. Are you sure about that? In Sonic Adventure, I seem to remember him trying to fuel Chaos so that he could use him to destroy the world, so that he could rebuild it as "Robotnikland". He's also known for making weapons of mass destruction, such as the Death Egg.
  18. Good point. I also found it odd for Robotnik, of all people, to have a crush on anybody, but maybe that's just me. Once again, you bring up a good point. I guess what I'm really trying to say is that they made Robotnik a bit too "nice" in this cartoon, as opposed to all the others where he was a short-tempered and emotionless villain that was bent on nothing but world conquest. I'm just more used to to the more "evil" portrayals of him, rather than some of the others, where he's used as little more than comic relief.
  19. No, that's only one reason. I also found the plot to be pretty lame, as well as the fact that they screwed some things up. For example, Serra (or however her name is spelt) blatantly could have been Amy, they made Knuckles a wanderer that travels around the world or whatever (when his role is completely different in the games- he's normally supposed to be on Angel Island, protecting the Master Emerald all that), and I didn't like how they portrayed Robotnik as a bumbling idiot (even more than his portrayals in some of the recent Sonic games). The only truly positive thing I have to say about it, is that I liked the art style. It's the only Sonic cartoon thus far to stay true to how the characters looked in the games (aside from Sonic X, of course).
  20. I think the Sonic OVA is overrated. The English dub had some of the worse voice acting I've ever heard, even moreso than the 4Kids voice actors in fact. And THAT is an accomplishment right there.
  21. I'm surprised nobody mentioned these lines: "IT'S NO USE!" "HOW 'BOUT THIS!?" "TAKE... THIS!" "THIS'LL END IT!"
  22. Now that you mention it, I seem to remember there being something like that on this forum before. It was called the "Fluff and Party" forum, or something like that. People were allowed to make pointless topics in that forum, which weren't suitable for General Discussion (or "Chit-Chat" as it's now called).
  23. Not exactly. It's just that I've gotten real used to it over the years.
  24. The irony about this, is that this is my old username. When I first registered at this forum, I was using the name of "Scorch" (as I'm doing right now), but then someone ended up mistaking me for someone at Fireball20xl with the same name. I then figured that many other people would probably mistake me for him as well, so I decided to change my name into "Golden Sonic" to avoid confusion.
  25. This Amy Rose avatar was PM'd to me by a friend of mine almost six years ago, during my old "Amy-obession" phase that I was going through (yes, I was a huge Amy fanboy back then). I'm, of course, no longer going through that phase, and as it says in my member title, I'm reusing it for "old time's sake". I'm also using it, simply because of the fact that I think it's a nice picture.
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