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Tobbii

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  1. Happy New Year everyone, a little early over here, but still.

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      Happy New Years! Make the best of it!

    2. Blue Wisp

      Blue Wisp

      happy new year to you too :D

  2. I hate when someone treats the opinion of one writer as the opinion of the entire website.

    1. goku262002

      goku262002

      Destructoid Sonic reviews in a nutshell.

  3. Wel if Faseeh feels like it's too much right now, I respect that. But it's not like us who DO want to try and do this now can't get together and plan it, it's true that we need a engine though. I don't have any experience with Sonic GDK unfortunatly.
  4. I would love to help with this project. Not sure if Generations is the right way to go, as Anti Alias said, we might want to focus on getting a good engine working like the previous 3D games first, because, to be honest, I would love a "good" Sonic 06, but a Sonic 06 themed Generations would be so different gameplay wise that it almost seems pointless, we might as well just make a new game all together in that case. With that said, when the direction has been chosen, I'd love to help, like I said. I have some texture-talent and I've worked some with 3D Environments, so level-designing is something I could at least help with. If we're not too many, I'd love to help clean up the 06 story as well, as I feel there's a damn good time-travel story in there somewhere, just begging to be unearthed. But like I said, Anti Alias has a good point.
  5. Not even that, it can be even simpler. Different reviewers for example, or just that they didn't compare the two while thinking of the score.
  6. Well it doesn't have the "Unleashed" mode, but yes. But there's one important difference, people aren't whining about "I WANT SONIC UNLEASHED 2, THAT WILL SAVE THE FRANCHISE!!!!1" like it's become with SA3 at times.
  7. Let's have some Secret Rings concepts. Sand Oasis: And some Shahra:
  8. The problem with medal collecting is how it breaks a flow. The game tries to be story-heavy, like previous Sonic games, but this is the first time a game has stopped in the middle of the story and said "Stop! You need to collect random coins in previous stages to continue." Let's apply that logic to previous games for example, people would hate it if Sonic Adventure all of a sudden said, right before Final Egg as Sonic that "You need to collect 55 Emblems to continue" or something. The collecting coins should have been left for unlocking the extra stages, I'm fine with that, but even as someone who loves Unleashed enough to put it in his Top 5 Sonic games, I found the forced medal collecting stupid... ...I also found the keys in Generations stupid.
  9. Does Modern Era start at Unleashed or Secret Rings? Because I'm uncertain where the line is drawn.

    1. Felix

      Felix

      It starts at '06.

    2. Tobbii

      Tobbii

      I thought 06 ended the previous era since it was the last SA-styled Sonic game?

    3. Ferno

      Ferno

      '06, imo, though the line is somewhat blurry...and stuff

    4. KHCast

      KHCast

      Sega says it starts at 06 since it was on the xbox and ps3 and the dreamcast era for them is all the way to the ps2. but most fans say it starts at secret rings because 06 retained the adventure gameplay.

    5. Stritix

      Stritix

      From the year 2006 and onwards.

    6. Ferno

      Ferno

      *in terms of console generations

    7. KHCast

      KHCast

      I'd personally say 06 but I can understand secret rings.

    8. Stritix

      Stritix

      No fans say that. Sonic 06 is from the current video game generation, and is a modern game.

    9. KHCast

      KHCast

      Ehhh, scratch most. I meant some.

    10. -Ace-
  10. http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41IkiLquEtL._SS500_.jpg I have looked into the eyes of satan, and I am now afraid.
    1. Solly

      Solly

      ugh he looks like he's wearing body paint and glitter.

    2. -Robin-

      -Robin-

      Kill it with fire.

    3. TheOcelot
    4. Motwera

      Motwera

      AHHHHHHHHHH! Kill that wanna be Super sonic >:o

  11. What? You realize personal feelings is EVERYTHING to a review right? Everything good and everything bad comes down to personal preferences, some loved Werehog (like me) and some didn't (like most), should I not write in a review that I found Werehog fun then? No, I should. Because a review should reflect that persons view on the game at hand, otherwise reviews are pointless. Or am I missing your point?
  12. Well some people do prefer that to be honest. As for why it got higheer scores? Well, it only average 6 points higher. Given that the Wii version was mostly played by Nintendo Exclusive outlets they probably didn't compare it to the HD one but rather just rated it on its own and it turned out that way.
  13. Cutscenes in Unleashed is unskippable. And yes "pretty much the same length" was me saying "Yeah, they're kind of the same length", as in the same amount of stages and bosses. There's more to Generations than the mandatory missions as well btw.
  14. Let's say SatSR had kept "Sonic: Wild Fire" as the title, I wonder what Black Knight would have been called then.

    1. SweeCrue

      SweeCrue

      Sonic: Sword Swinging Maniac

    2. Kamicciolo
    3. JezMM

      JezMM

      Sonic Wild Squire

    4. Blue Blood

      Blue Blood

      @ Kami: But that sounds like he's just got really bad gas.

    5. Tobbii

      Tobbii

      @JezMM

      You win. That's a perfect name.

    6. Clades Jin

      Clades Jin

      Knave and the Oversized Letter Opener

    7. BlueBlurMe

      BlueBlurMe

      @Everyone: XDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD

  15. Not that many did, some did yeah, but many didn't. Sonic 2006 averages 46 on Metacritic and Unleashed averages 60 (or 66 for the Wii version... THAT is weird...) There weren't that many pitfalls in the Day levels to be honest. I'd say Colours had more.
  16. They call him Flash! Flash! Flash! Flash! Flash-beagle!

  17. See, I agree that Unleashed is better than Generations... ...But they were both pretty much the same length. The difference was Unleashed's forced medal collecting and long cutscenes. If you just play the levels/missions you need to finish the game, they're about the same length I'd say. Sure, the Werehog stages are longer than Classic Sonic, but to many that's a negative thing.
  18. Fair enough, I don't agree one bit, but to each their own. At least you didn't put "Bestiality" as the argument.
  19. Why? It was still out of nowhere. "Hey, I sort-of like you even though I've no idea who you were before 2 days ago. LET ME KISS YOUR CORPSE!" The problem wasn't her species, it was the writing.
  20. Don't forget Elise The Hedgehog.
  21. More stages looking like this would be nice: I love me a pretty desert stage, far too often they get too much indoors, I don't like that (though Pyramid Cave rocks).
  22. Who would you say is the best human companion in the Sonic series, Storybook Magical Girls counted.

    1. JezMM

      JezMM

      Pickle for loveableness and Shahra for prettiness.

    2. Big Boss (legendsneverdie)
    3. Tobbii

      Tobbii

      I'm gonna have to agree with Pickle, though I do like both Maria and Shahra.

    4. Clades Jin

      Clades Jin

      Shahra was a genie and Merlina was an elf, or part of it atleast. But if I had to pick... CHRIS *shot* I mean Merlina.

    5. Tobbii

      Tobbii

      @BlackHawk

      Yeah, I know they're not "human" really, but I felt they should be counted since they're still human in design.

    6. Kamicciolo
    7. BlueBlurMe
    8. Milo

      Milo

      Pickle and Eggman

    9. Tobbii

      Tobbii

      How is Eggman a "Companion"?

    10. -blank-

      -blank-

      Professor Pickle, beyond the shadow of a doubt.

    11. Kamicciolo

      Kamicciolo

      he's helped Sonic before. They even tag team in Sonic Advance 3's Final Boss.

      So to me thats enough to count!

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