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Indigo Rush

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  1. I'm certainly not against it, I'm all for seeing Sonic's friends team up with people they never hang around with much. I want to see how Blaze and Knuckles interact, for example. However, I would like to see Sonic Team nail down the gameplay and get a sort of system going before they start breaking the rules. Sonic's been incredibly inconsistent until recently, and I would love to see a standard Modern 3D, a standard Classic 2D, and a standard Handheld series going on. Once these have gained an established standard formula for control, we can start changing the variables much more. Just Sonic? How about adding Tails, Shadow and Knuckles next go round. Next time, make it Sonic, Tails, Silver and Blaze. Third time, let's have it at Sonic, Knuckles, Shadow and Rouge. After that, start mixing it up with characters like Sonic, Silver, Espio and Shadow. Give them the Sonic 3&K treatment of optional playability with the same gameplay style and pacing, but with a single unique ability that can allow exploration or alternate paths that Sonic alone can't reach. This gives everyone's favorite character a shot at being playable again, keeps Sonic as the sole focus, no one has to play as anyone else, and allows for characters to interact more in cutscenes. You complete a level, cutscene plays, select who you want to go to the next stage, play as them, cutscene, wash, rinse, repeat. It's an attempt, and I'm not saying this is the answer. It's just an answer to an open ended question.
  2. Honey is possibly one of the few characters I wouldn't mind never seeing again... mostly because I never saw her in the first place. If they included her, I wouldn't mind seeing her fleshed out at least. Make her something more than just a furry-version of an existing Fighting Vipers character:
  3. The alternative is even worse. Have you ever lied to a woman? If you haven't, then you don't know. You don't know. You reap what you sew, my friend.
  4. Could you Move? I'm trying to Kinect with your Wii.

  5. Global Warming has apparently been overblown this entire time: http://news.yahoo.com/nasa-data-blow-gaping-hold-global-warming-alarmism-192334971.html

    1. Blue Wisp

      Blue Wisp

      *Walks to stereo* And it's Sweeeeeet, Sweeeeet, Sweet Victoryyyy YEAH~

    2. PSI Wind
    3. Tornado


      This ought to be an entertaining week to see how everyone spins this.

    4. Indigo Rush

      Indigo Rush

      It'll spin here a lot, considering we're Sonic fans.

    5. gato


      That doesn't mean we shoudl stop caring about our planet.

      Just pointing that out.

    6. PSI Wind
    7. Indigo Rush

      Indigo Rush

      Certainly we should take care of our home, but we shouldn't freak out is what I think we're supposed to make of this.

  6. What are you comparing those to? The main series? That's fairly laughable. Are you going to compare Sonic 3 to Sonic Spinball next and see how similar they are?
  7. That's not the point he was trying to make. There were no original main-series Sonic games released for the SEGA Saturn, and that's a fact. You can cite those as Sonic games, but that does not change the fact that they're merely spin-offs.
  8. No worthwhile Sonic on Saturn. Sonic R was released on PC almost the same time as it was on Saturn. Sonic Jam is just the 4 classic titles with a hub world in it. Sonic 3D was on Genesis first, and the version with the different soundtrack was released on PC as well. There were nothing but spinoffs and a compilation. That's really nothing to brag about.
  9. Dimping on Dumps.

    1. ChikaBoing


      Dampsing Dempsing Dompsing Dumpsing


    2. Swiss


      Shitting on Shit?

    3. Old dead account
  10. Yeah, Eggman was far too goofy in Sonic Colors. Ripping planets from their original location and then harvesting the life force from harmless aliens to power a cannon that shoots mind-control energy to take over the entire planet so people can worship him? What a nice guy! Also, fragmenting the earth twice (Advance 3 and Unleashed) blowing up half of the moon, unleashing a water god and tampering with time and space by attempting to release a deadly lava monster from a harmless 17 year old girl was also far too childish and goofy for him to be the least bit intimidating. What a yolk!
  11. My special zone? It's in my pants. I don't let anyone touch it. Remember, if someone tries to touch you in a zone or in a way that makes you feel uncomfortable, that's no good.

    1. Indigo Rush

      Indigo Rush


    2. Tornado


      Thorg Hungry. Thorg Want Eat!

    3. azoo



    4. Tornado



    5. BlazingTales


      Meanwhile, in 1776...

    6. gato


      Arguing on the internet I see...

    7. King Frosty
  13. Changed my name to Ambecrombie, then back to Indigo Rush,

  14. sonicthehedgehog.com

    1. ChikaBoing


      Looking at the Anniversary Video, Secret Rings seems quite important to Sega.

    2. Blue Blood

      Blue Blood

      Strange that. But eh, nothing special yet.

    3. Gaming Misfit

      Gaming Misfit

      Just a empty site really. I imagine it will be packed with useful info later though.

    4. A Match in Oil Ocean Zone

      A Match in Oil Ocean Zone

      What if the level list is preliminary? What if that video was the TRUE level list????

      Probably not.

    5. Folded King CC14

      Folded King CC14

      Kind of neat that the latest Sonic Channel wallpapers are available through it. Hopefully, Sega will take advantage of it and mold it into an English Sonic Channel-like site. :)

  15. YES.

    1. Voyant


      OMG...Shadow just go 20% Cooler XDDDDD

  16. The concept of making the long-anticipated "Sonic Adventure 3" is an open-ended one. The first 2 Adventures are actually fairly different from each-other, and this is something I don't think people realize. The only thing that's the same is a story-driven adventure with multiple characters. The hub worlds were not featured in Sonic Adventure 2, the number of gameplay styles was cut in half, the Chao Garden was expanded from a simple AI simulator with a largely hands-free racing minigame into a megalithic hub of breeding (plus Karate in the Gamecube version!), the story took a slightly darker turn, Eggman actually became a playable character and a more sympathetic being, a multiplayer mode was added (and expanded in the Gamecube version, too) and an expansive kart-racing minigame was added, which was leaps and bounds over Twinkle Circuit in the first Adventure. Additionally, the music style changed a bit as well, and the organization of level and story progression turned from a Rashômon-esque tale from 6 points of view to one of only 2 points of view. Instead of 6 stories, you had 2. More has changed than has stayed the same in the Adventure titles, and we can see a clear effort on Sonic Team's part to expand and experiment the 3D Sonic formula. The answer was not to expand on the "Adventure" element, but to expand on the "Sonic" element. If it were the case for the former, Sonic Adventure 3 would have been released already as a full-blown sequel to Adventure 2 in terms of gameplay and story. But it wasn't, was it? Although the "Adventure 3" title has been a code-name in many following titles, as Hogfather will keenly point out to everyone, it was never finalized, because the so-called "Adventure" element had long since abandoned in an attempt to evolve SONIC, not everyone else. We then got Sonic Heroes, which was essentially Sonic, but with two other characters you could switch with on a whim, Shadow was, for all intents and purposes, Sonic gameplay with vehicles and firearms integrated within, along with a branching story path. Sonic 2006 was the only game since Sonic Adventure 2 to go back to the formula of the first Adventure, and I guarantee that even if there wasn't a single glitch to be found, it still would have failed. Sonic Unleashed (and even Secret Rings) was an honest attempt to figure out Sonic's true 3D calling, and they found the hi-speed boosting from behind-the-back to be the most successful, and the one style that seemed to embody the feeling of speed and excitement that the originals were known for. Yes, there's the boost, yes, they add things like quick-stepping and drifting, but those moves corrected the problem of control in a 3D environment while running at super speed. If there were to be an "Adventure 3," it could literally be anything at this point. The next modern Sonic game to have Sonic only with no hubworlds or dark story and no Chao Garden has the same chance as one that's more in-line with Sonic Adventure or Sonic 2006. I've said this before, but the bar for 3D Sonic should NOT be the Adventure series, because that's a bar we've already reached. We need to reach higher, and in my personal opinion, and the opinion of a major chunk of the general public, we've already passed it with the concepts and execution of Daytime Unleashed, Colors and Modern Generations. (Doesn't mean we can't keep aiming higher!)
    1. Rabid-Noodles
    2. Stasis


      Stocks in the foot fetish market have just gone sky high.

    3. Tatsumaki
    1. Velotix von Skruviktorrius

      Velotix von Skruviktorrius

      The URL implied that it was much worse than it actually is.

      SFW guys. And funny.

    2. Shiluku


      I think "WEEEE!" should've been replaced with "CHAAAOOOOS."

    3. Vemus


      No, see. It should have said "Adventure" in the last slot, because it would have actually fit. y'know, sonic? adventure? huh? huh?

    4. Flyboy Fox

      Flyboy Fox

      I hate this meme. Because it's everywhere ):

    5. Blue Blood

      Blue Blood

      Never seen it before.

  17. Gosh, it was a nightmare, but I finally got out of being inside of Sonic. There were nothing but chilidogs everywhere. On topic: yes, when Pokemon was popular.
  18. Ah, good to know that my half-ban didn't seriously affect
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