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Professor Pickle

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About Professor Pickle

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  • Birthday 12/31/1992

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  1. When you look back at Generations and Colours, Generations wasn't really a sequel to Colours in name, but it certainly was in its gameplay and story. I honestly think that's the angle Iizuka is going for.
  2. Good to know I'm not the only person who's had a problem with the pacing in the Archie comics.
  3. Hey, Happy birthday to you!

  4. I spy the ghost girl from Night of the Werehog right at the bottom. Looks like SEGA gave Flynn the OK to use them?
  5. It's really spot on, only real diference is her clothing and lack of gloves.
  6. I actually looked it up, and yea, her design is pretty close to what Drawloverlala had drawn. EDIT: Wow, did Tapatalk screw up there...
  7. Kinda iffy on Madonna's design. She looks like she just popped out of a Resident Evil game, and I don't think it gels very well with most of the other designs.
  8. Eclipse i.e. sun/moon. Might be that we'll see a full Werehog transformation. Sent from my SCH-R530C using Tapatalk
  9. SU #60 is already out. SU #61 is next. Sent from my SCH-R530C using Tapatalk
  10. happy birthday if you ever come back ! :D

  11. ...the same reason I dislike pretty much every other casino level: an overabundance of flippers and bumpers that can fling me into the very direction I don't want to go in and being a complete pain to complete.
  12. I'm honestly not sure myself; I guess it's the colours. I like how the green and the brown accentuate Sonic's blue fur so that while he stands out, he's not out of place.
  13. Meh, I was never a big fan of the casino-themed levels in Sonic games, but that's just me. Aesthetically, the only level in the game I seem to like the design of is the jungle one.
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