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Zanok the Hedgehog

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  1. I'm very close to pre-ordering Sonic Mania Plus soon as I've been waiting for a physical edition of the game since the original was announced, though I got burned hard by Halo: The Master Chief Collection (which is the only game I've ever pre-ordered) so, even though I know the digital version works fine as I've played it a few times before, I'm still somewhat worried. I really want to secure a copy in case it's only a limited release, so should I just go for it under the assumption that it'll work fine?
  2. It's no secret that it's possible to get characters into acts they were never meant to be in while playing Sonic Adventure, but one stage in particular - Emerald Coast - has always been rather broken while doing this due to how few characters have proper starting points on it. Let's fix that. The video: Sonic Adventure - Knuckles the Echidna in Emerald Coast (Both Acts)
  3. The Sonic Adventure Autodemo is an early promotional disc for the 1998 SEGA Dreamcast title Sonic Adventure. The disc has since made its way into the hands of fans and is supposedly available for download on the internet. If you have a download link to it, please let me know as I'm interested in checking it out.
  4. It's a shame, but you're right. I would've preferred to have found something cool, but oh well.
  5. So I was messing around on the PC version of Sonic Adventure with mods when I came across this area out-of-bounds which goes unused. At first I thought it was just a leftover from Gamma's version of the stage, but upon closer inspection it appears to be completely unique. The video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eC5LU4lquIo
  6. I'd like to thank you for making me aware of this as I'm new to the whole modding thing. I've read through the differences, and indeed the one you linked seems like the better one to go with. And while I've been enjoying BetterSADX (with the exception of the descriptions of the missions in Mission Mode being almost unreadable,) I will give this new one a go to see how I feel about it.
  7. I have a question regarding the "BetterSADX" mod for Sonic Adventure. While I have the mod installed and everything's working fine, I've seen others being able to enable the original Dreamcast models despite no such option seeming to exist when messing around in the mod's settings. I have the latest version of the mod and the Steam release of the game, so everything should be good. Am I missing something?
  8. Thanks to Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection, I've finally gotten around to experiencing Vectorman for the first time! It's hard as balls (get it?) but I have to admit that I keep wanting to push onward. So what's the deal with Vectorman? Was he a big deal at all and what's the world's current stance on him?
  9. With over seven billion people on this planet, it's easy to say that not all of them will agree with one another on everything. As such, out of all of the Sonic titles which have been beaten to a pulp by fans and critics alike, which one - if any - do you like the best? While I may be a bit biased due to childhood memories, I really like Sonic 3D Blast for the SEGA Genesis. The music is some of the best in the series and the gameplay, while flawed and different, can be somewhat relaxing due to its focus on exploration. The game is also a technical marvel considering the limitations of the Genesis cartridges, so simply witnessing it can be quite enjoyable. So what "bad" Sonic title do you enjoy? Why do you enjoy it?
  10. As you may be aware, imputing the combination of (B, A, RIGHT, A, C, UP, DOWN, A) at the Start Screen of Sonic 3D Blast on the SEGA Genesis causes a level select to appear. While I managed to get this to work once, repeat attempts aren't getting me any results despite putting the code in quickly and correctly. Am I missing something?
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