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  1. Sonic Colors at 60FPS is a life-changing experience and I'm never playing it on Wii hardware again

    1. Soniman


      How has this game never been ported yet. I hate it 

    2. Thigolf


      I don't get why Sega seems so reluctant to porting the Sonic games people like in general

    3. Sean


      Also, mapping sidestep to shoulder buttons


    4. Tracker_TD


      I didn't even know you *could* map sidestep to the shoulder buttons for Colours

    5. Sean


      You just have to map left and right to the shoulder buttons, makes it functionally identical to the sidestep in other games except it makes Sonic move left and right when not in sidestep sections

    6. Strickerx5


      The same could be said about any Sonic game of that era tbh.

      I honestly think that I can pinpoint the exact moment I went full on PC to when I was first played through the forest section in adabat at 60fps (through the Unleashed Generations mod). There was simply no turning back after that.

    7. shdowhunt60


      Sonic Colors played through Dolphin is fucking gorgeous. Like it's amazing what Sonic Team could squeeze out of the Wii in the first place, and it's surprisingly just well the game scales up with resolution. There's lots of moment in the game that just makes my jaw just drop.

      It really is disappointing how, after Generations, I just can't say that about a Sonic game any more. Forces in particular was just such an ugly, ugly game.

    8. Polkadi~☆


      Oh, Sonic Forces is technically impressive, it really does look good. But with a poor art direction, it never appears as such. It’s like every “realistic” game these days, where it does look amazing, but only on a technical level.

      Compare that to Unleashed and Colours, which both have a very strong art direction, and both know clearly what they were looking to achieve, even if Colours was technically weak, and the Unleashed was too powerful for the hardware it was released on.

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