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  1. Rifts Apart looks very different in the final version. 

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  2. My favourite AoStH episode; Steamboat Sonic.

     

    1. Supah Berry

      Supah Berry

      Witchcart does put the villains from Snow White and Castle of Illusion to mind

  3. Lemme just slip in real quick... Song 1: Evening Star [Knuckles Chaotix] Song 2: Fairy of AIF [Sonic Gems Collection] Song 3: Free [Sonic Free Riders] Song 4: Modern Chemical Plant [Sonic Generations Console version] Remix Song: Windmill Isle Day (jazz mix) [Sonic Unleashed] Wildcard Song: Duel Football [Mario and Sonic Rio]
  4. I live next to three pubs, please send help.

    1. Stasis

      Stasis

      You may not have heard, but it's coming home.

    2. charmsb

      charmsb

      I don't understand. Are they loud?

    3. TheOcelot

      TheOcelot

      It's coming to Rome 

    4. The Master

      The Master

      Well I hope the result means you are safe.

  5. Never even seen Java Sonic lol

     

  6. I'm sure Italy are just shaking right now /s

    1. TheOcelot

      TheOcelot

      Italy will win the final.

  7. The Civil Service uses Audacity so this will be fun to bring up at work lmao

    1. Indigo Rush

      Indigo Rush

      Can't believe they have the audacity to do that

  8. Aw shit, where's the mute button for the pub noise.

  9. Amy actually had surprisingly a lot in the Classic era, we didn't really see it because most of it was obscure in the West, moreso the US (either through non-translation or it not being promoted). Man, I don't see any reason why SEGA of America would want to hide Amy's existence, it wasn't like they were trying to push anyone else as the lead heroine of the Sonic franchise at the time.
  10. Man the Transphobia right now is insane. Mermaids being slandered has been a thing for a while but now Stonewall itself is getting it in the neck, and in Pride Month too.

    1. Blue Blood

      Blue Blood

      ???

    2. Teoskaven

      Teoskaven

      i-have-no-1e0ce747d2.jpg

       

    3. Dejimon11

      Dejimon11

      Jessie…what the fuck are you telling about?

    4. Jovahexeon Jax Joranvexeon
    5. iambitter21

      iambitter21

      ...what?

    6. Wraith

      Wraith

      Mermaids is a british charity that supports transgender youth.

      Stonewall inn is a gay bar that was the site of the stone wall riots, one of the most important moments for LGBT rights in the US.

      They are both in the news for coming out against the LGB alliance, a UK charity group recently legitimized by the govrnment despite the fact that they promote transphobic ideas.

      Don't make comments like this about serious issues, it makes you guys look like pricks

    7. charmsb

      charmsb

      @Wraith They legit just didn't know what the hell the OP was talking about. You can't come on a Sonic forum and expect everyone to be in-the-know about a completely separate issue that isn't getting an extreme amount of traction. 

      Also I don't know why this was a status post. It's a bit of a heavy topic, isn't it?

    8. Blue Blood

      Blue Blood

      @Wraith Thank you for the clarification, but nobody looks like a prick for asking for context here. I personally didn't know what Mermaids was until you just explained it, and simply saying "Mermaids and Stonewall are getting it in the neck" doesn't really mean anything. This post assumed more prior understanding than several people had, and doesn't really explain anything.

    9. Teoskaven

      Teoskaven

      What Blue Blood said, i had no idea what the specifics were. Sorry.

    10. Jovahexeon Jax Joranvexeon

      Jovahexeon Jax Joranvexeon

      Pretty much what Blue Blood said. With the way the update was phrased, it really is a confusing read if you don't have prior knowledge and know the specifics.

    11. JezMM

      JezMM

      I half agree with both sides here - even without knowing what Mermaids and Stonewall are, you can glean from the word "transphobic" in the status that the issue at hand has something to do with injustice and/or harm coming to trans people, so the big silly meme pictures were a little out of touch.

      Asking in general is fine of course, (although I don't think Wraith was suggesting it wasn't).

    12. azoo

      azoo

      Siding with jez on this one. Context clues should be able to fill you in, or google. You might have to do some digging, but it’s roughly the same amount of time spent digging to get an image macro sooo yeah. 

    13. Blue Blood

      Blue Blood

      I dunno. I agree that the context about transphobia is clear, but posting a memey response asking for more info isn't the worst thing ever. The responses are aimed at the lack of info. 

    14. JezMM

      JezMM

      Definitely far from the worst thing ever, just something worth avoiding in future I think and therefore worth calling out (the pricks thing maybe a bit over-the-top although to me it came off as "I'm not saying you are pricks, it's just something a prick would knowingly do so be careful there" lol)

    15. Teoskaven

      Teoskaven

      Sure. I normally tend to use reaction images in general, so personally it wasn't the intention trying to be malicious. I'll do what's been asked though.

    16. Wraith

      Wraith

      I sometimes use heavier language than necessary when speaking frankly and I've learned countless times over the years that doesn't translate over to text well, so I'll own that, but the other excuses bother me. I also didn't fully understand what they were talking about so I looked it up.

  11. Just saw The Mitchells Vs The Machines. It was...ehhh.

    Robots got some funny gags across the board, Aaron was neat, honestly more style over substance for me.

    1. pppp

      pppp

      Here's the problem with that movie(For the record I think it's just ok)    :  It could have been the "A Goofy Movie" of this new generation of kids: A heartfelt roadtrip movie where a father and his teenage daughter about to go to college who doesn't think too highly of him, but through the forced roadtrip imposed by the father, they reconnect by caving in equal shares and having a heart to heart about each other's concerns about the future.

      But nope, that might bore the little kids, let's just throw in a wacky robot apocalypse hijinks side plot that clashes with the other one and causes it to not be as fleshed out as it could have been cause it has to share half the screentime with the robot plot.

      As a result the movie is kind of a conflicting mess in its story.

      It was enjoyable popcorn fun and it had an appealing artstye, but it could have been so much more if the film makers had trusted the intelligence/patience of their target audience more.

      I recommend Pixar's Luca over it. Taking alot of cues from Miyazaki it fully commits to its pure character driven quaint friendship story on a small but very intimate scale.

    2. Milo

      Milo

      Haven’t seen it yet but I noticed that even some of the positive reviews were to the effect of warning that if the film’s style of comedy isn’t your thing; the movie doesn’t offer much else for you to get attached to otherwise. 

      Which actually makes the widespread amount of recommended/positive reviews on RT and Metacritic a bit surprising in that regard. It’s supremely easy to end up with a polarizing / “love it or hate it” film if your film is heavily built towards one particular element/format. Comedy especially due to how subjective humor can be received.

    3. Wraith

      Wraith

      I gave it 4 stars for the animation alone but the actual joke writing cam be a hard pill to swallow

       

      That, and I think the framing of Katie and her family as weird!!! Comes off as disingenuous when they're mostly functional and dont have any real problems besides the dad being kind of a dick 

  12. Yeah, the fact Adventure acted like a soft reboot that cut a lot of the guff for the new modern era and Heroes was a complete termination of the classic Chaotix shows this has been a thing for a long time, and that's not even the obvious fact that a bunch of characters were 100% barred during the time there was no classic content coming out. I still just find it funny that the people who wanted the unused classic characters back got what they wanted...and it managed to screw over their comic appearances, a space that had previously been a haven for them since now SEGA actually had to pay attention to what characters they wanted marketed for what appearances.
  13.  

    Dude I geeked a little when I saw my boy Skids in there.

  14. Never in my lifetime would I have predicted an orchestral rendition of Rainy Savannah.

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