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  1. So does this mean we'll actually have something going on in 2020 SEGA(Again, not asking for a new game, just throw us a re-release of a game people are asking for)?

    1. Supah Berry

      Supah Berry

      They might've become more confident in the movie and are sitting behind it in hopes it could bring the franchise as a whole back to the forefront. At least for the first quarter, if they plan something gamewise.

      We mighy be about to see the results of the transformations that've been going down at SEGA.

  2. Remember the SEGA Heritage Collection back in 2012? Classic SEGA Games Remastered in HD! And for once it's not Genesis games, it's our Arcade/Saturn/Dreamcast games!.....And of course we only got 5 games in that whole collection, cause god forbid SEGA actually commit to releasing alot of their non Genesis games.

    1. Blue Blood

      Blue Blood

      SEGA has for a real knack for taking good ideas and either running them into the ground or doing absolutely nothing with them. Sometimes both.

    2. Cayenne


      Sega Heritage Collection was ok, but I think Sega AGES 2500 on PS2 was Sega's best effort with collections.

      The rereleases weren't just the same Genesis titles that we are tired to see: You had Arcade games, Sega Saturn ports and full-blown remakes of classic Sega titles. Unfortunately, only a couple of these games were released in the west as "Sega Classics Collection".

      I hope that Sega AGES Switch doesn't die before we get more Arcade, Saturn and Dreamcast games. Some titles like Revenge of Death Adder and Shining Force III are in dire need of ports.

    3. Marcello


      Just give me Jet Set Radio Future.

      And a good Sonic Adventure remaster...

    4. TCB


      Oh my God I thought like a handful of people even knew the Heritage Collection existed 

      @Cayenne You're not wrong about the SEGA Ages 2500 series being the best effort they put into doing something like that 



    Thank you CyberConnect2 :D

  4. A strong man that has known power all his life may lose respect for that power, but a weak man knows the value of strength and knows compassion - Captain America First Avenger

    1. pppp


      That's the main reason why Thor became unworthy to hold Mjolnir in his first movie whereas Steve has always been worthy, right from the beginning.

  5. Saw Netflix's Klaus. It's ok, but I don't see the brilliance people are talking about, it's the cliche "asshole character is using townspeople for his own gain but slowly grows to like them, but then after he turns over a new leaf people find out about his original intentions causing cliche conflict blabla". The movie doesn't even put any kind of its own spin on this story, it just does it in a straightforward checklist type of manner. There's also a subplot involving rival clans that is pretty dumb and doesn't go anywhere. It's a decent movie don't get me wrong, but I can think of movies that execute this storyline better.

    1. pppp


      I'm guessing it's the fact that it's using hand drawn animation that gets people excited, and while I love traditional animation as well, I wish this movie had commited to going all out into it. Yes the characters are animated by hand, but the coloring and backgrounds were done by computer, or at least it looks like it. The animation is great on its own, but it doesn't really capture the hand drawn feel that well.

  6. Frozen II is quite a rollercoaster of a movie about how change is an inevitable part of life and how we must accept it without fear rather than run from it. Quite the visual and audio spectacle to boot. Pretty awesome.

  7. Gotta love the SA3 facebook admin's hating on the new movie design: " You see that they tried to emulate weight and real movement, especially in the first part of the trailer when you see Sonic playing with his boom box then stretch. And then look at the new trailer which is just unrealistic cartoony hyperactive BS!"


    1. Teoskaven



      Does it feel like something equivalent to a Marvel movie to you?!

      Why should it be? No really, why "being the equivalent of a Marvel movie" should be a meter of comparison for a Sonic movie, especially considering how each of them diversify in genre and themes?

    2. Wraith


      The marvel movies are largely the same genre of action comedy for families and don't stray too far from the same core themes with few exceptions 

      This movie is in that same ball park like most of Hollywood's pg13 output

    3. blueblur98


      this page is a legend

    4. JezMM


      The biggest nonsense here is the idea that they somehow changed the tone of the movie without refilming any of the live action stuff.

    5. Wraith


      A movie with Jim Carrey  playing robotnik was always gonna be an action comedy at best, reshoots or not

  8. Wait, there's a limit on what Pokémon you can catch depending on your badges? What the hell kinda sense does that make?


    1. Celestia


      It's possible to encounter extremely high level mons in the Wild Area, and if they allowed you to, you could theoretically catch them (though the chances would obviously be very low). The obedience mechanic wouldn't be a problem either since that only applies to trades.

    2. Blue Blood

      Blue Blood

      The games aren't out yet. Spoiler tags!

    3. pppp


      @Blue Blood Nothing in there is a spoiler, it just vaguely describes problems that the game has.

    4. Blue Blood

      Blue Blood

      It's spoiler enough. The games aren't out, it's not been officially revealed. Spoiler tag it. I'd rather not have seen that mechanic talked about.

    5. TCB


      I've been seeing this picture around and been avoid it like the plague. Maybe it's just my paranoia about what's been going on but I at least want to go in as blind as possible

  9. So Level-5, despite having a lower budget, manages to make a much more visually appealing game than Game Freak. Not to mention Yo-Kai Watch 4 has all Yo-Kai in it with ACTUAL new models/animations :


  10. Just caught up with the Sword and Shield/Game Freak situation...OK this is disheartening.


  11. That would be a great practical joke for me to play on my wife if they kept the previous design, I would go like "OK dear, for Valentine's day I'm gonna take you to see the Sonic movie" to have her jokingly replying that it's not Halloween. Now it would just make her go eh. See, this movie completely lost its appeal now as far as I'm concerned.
  12. Honestly this just looks like generic Hollywood crap. Why people like Paramount and Eddie Lebron think a Sonic movie should be live-action is nonsensical, Sonic should be animated, as demonstrated by the fact that the bit in Green Hill is the best part of this trailer. I would take a fully animated film by Marza ala Night of the Werehog over this anyday. Also I think the movie is now less appealing to go see if I'm totally honest. Before at the very least it had the "OMG THIS IS THE BIGGEST TRAINWRECK EVER" appeal to it, it was a great way to scare people and making them cringe, now it's just a generic movie with nothing about it standing out that will be forgotten quickly.
  13. Monkey Ball HD with Classic Sonic is cool SEGA, but what about certain Sonic games that can use ports to modern consoles? It could serve to hold us over, give us something to look forward to and play till 2021 comes? Unleashed Remaster? Console ports of the Taxman games? Colors HD? A Console port of Generations PC ? Hell at this point even an HD collection of Heroes and Shadow would be better than nothing. Is 2020 gonna be like 2015, a boring completely dry year with no Sonic game releases or news?

    1. TheOcelot


      We'll probably get more rereleases of the classic games (Sonic 2 SEGA Ages for Switch is likely). Other than that, yeah, I'm expecting 2020 to be a barren year.

      I'd imagine next year SEGA will announce one (or maybe two) games to be released in time for the 30th anniversary. So perhaps 2020 will be mainly about hyping those games. 

      Oh and they'll probably announce another mobile game. Meh

    2. pppp


      The fact that I still need to boot up a Gamecube or Wii to play Heroes in its most polished state is ridiculous to me. This is literally the easiest way they have of making more money from Sonic and the examples I mentioned are all ones that I feel everybody would approve.

      SEGA is amazing to me. It's always obvious what to do moving forward, but they just won't do it.

      Why are the SEGA Ages releases of Sonic 1 and 2 even a thing when the definitive versions of those games are elsewhere?

      M2's time would be better spent working on more old Arcade SEGA games that are not available outside emulators.

      I just...SEGA, the poster boy for bad management.

  14. Wow Terminator Dark Fate's opening is such a fuck you to T2 fans that it left such a bad taste in my mouth that even if the rest of the movie wasn't crap as well, I might have still hated it for how fan hostile it is. Fuck You James Cameron.

    1. Crow the BOOLET

      Crow the BOOLET

      I'd ask but I'm gonna find out for myself

    2. Milo


      i can't imagine the opening being any worse than what T3, Salvation, or Genisys did tbh

  15. Did you guys know Mickey Mouse was a creep forcing himself onto Minnie back in his early days? xD Notice what he's willing to do to get Minnie to kiss him, fortunately Minnie slaps him for it:


    1. Big Panda

      Big Panda

      There’s another cartoon where he tries to lift up her skirt before she slaps his hand away.

    2. The Tenth Doctor

      The Tenth Doctor

      Well we knew he was unhinged after 'Steamboat Willie'. In it he tortures every animal aboard to make them howl in tune.

    3. Big Panda

      Big Panda

      Classic Mickey was actually a young Mortimer.

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