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    There's always a way to turn things around! To find the fun!
  • Birthday 06/24/1996

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  1. Going through Sonic games I've either never played properly or never completed. Gonna be with the GBA Sonic's for a while. As much as I'm enjoying Sonic Advance aside from the design of the last zone or two, these Special Stages are SO poor.

    I've got no idea how they expect to to figure out the timing on those yellow circles you need to trick through.

    1. Blue Blood

      Blue Blood

      The special stages are nice idea, but have some of the worst faux-3D that I've ever seen.

      Advance 2 has really basic but incredibly fun special stages. It's just a shame that they're such a nightmare to get into.

    2. Joy


      Advance 2 is remarkable for how it managed to come up with a Special Stage entry system that is SO against the core design, being far more focussed on speed than its predacessor.

      Give the Advance 1 special stages a better sense of depth and I'd honestly have few complaints with the game as a whole. Even the shoddier level design elements I could adapt to with time in the same way Sonic 2 doesn't trip me up much anymore.

    3. Kuzu the Boloedge

      Kuzu the Boloedge

      I played and beat all three games in my pre teen years. Some of it good, others were not.

    4. TheOcelot


      Despite their issues I like what they were going for with Adv 1&3 ss. Adv 2 ss on the other hand I don't enjoy.

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