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Phantom G

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  1. All other questions I have to ask have probably been answered somewhere on this thread, but I'm just gonna leave a few here anyway. Does Knuckles have any form of security on Angel Island whenever he's neglecting to guard the Master Emerald? Why is Silver currently not in his own time, A.K.A the future? Is the bad ending of Sonic CD the canon ending because of Sonic 4: Episode II or is the latter game non-canon? Does Dark Sonic from Sonic X have a chance of re-appearing in the games? I always thought it would've been cool if he was the alternate gameplay style in Unleashed instead of the Werehog.
  2. I have a question. Do all the males in Sonic barring Eggman commit public indecency every time they go out into the city since they only have shoes and gloves on?
  3. Okay. So, to give a quick summarization of what this guy discussed: Most, if not all 3D Sonic games are plagued by linearity, automation, and less than ideal level design given Sonic's speed and imprecise controls. These are all very valid points. And fans have certainly taken it upon themselves to fix all of these issues with fan games like Utopia mentioned in the video above, and Sonic Infinity created by Ōban. I think this video by BlazeHedgehog also goes into what could be done to lessen or even remove all of these problems entirely from 3D Sonic.
  4. It could be possible if Team Sonic Racing performs well in both sales and reception. But only time well tell, I'm afraid.
  5. When I said "appeasing the fans", I was referring to the Adventure fans specifically. And yes, I know the constant rehashing of those two stages has been done to death and the inclusion of Classic Sonic in Forces was absolutely unnecessary, but I never really took that as pandering to the Classic fans and more so just being lazy instead of taking the time to come up with something new and exciting. Furthermore, all those games you listed certainly have the essence of an Adventure game but if that was the case, shouldn't people be begging for Sonic Adventure 6 instead of Sonic Adventure 3? That's all I'm sayin'.
  6. You certainly have a point there. And to be honest, I was only thinking about all the good things the fan base has offered and contributed instead of its overall behavior towards Sonic. But you know, there really is no pleasing everyone, though I think that's pretty obvious. I mean just look at all the things that have been said here, for instance. I for one want to see the boost formula in its fullest potential, others want to see the Adventure gameplay return, and some want to see Lost World's parkour gimmick given another chance. I guess there'll never be any one solution that everybody can agree on, huh?
  7. I hear that. And yeah, considering the circumstances, having some hope may very well be the irrational thing to do. But, I dunno. Perhaps Sonic is just cursed or something.
  8. Hmm. Well, it's evident to me that everybody has their own feelings towards this matter. And though I agree with some things and disagree with other things, though I won't explicitly say which, I think that maybe the best thing to do now is just to wait and see what happens next. And also, maybe have a sliver of faith in SEGA/Sonic Team.
  9. We all do, man. That's why fans have taken the initiative and making games like Sonic World that could be amazing if given a proper budget.
  10. It's cool, I think it's better to be more real about something like this. But in any case, the first and third scenario listed are the most likely to happen to me, as well. Another mediocre game from Sonic Team is less likely to happen if they would learn to be mindful of what exactly they're developing like I suggested earlier.
  11. I see what you mean. Also, why the hell was Omega dabbing in one of those panels? Lmao.
  12. I think that is largely due to the current writers allegedly not playing many Sonic games or even familiarizing themselves with the established lore. And I believe the comics delved into Infinite's backstory a lot better than the "I AM NOT WEAK!!!" bullshit that Forces gave us.
  13. You're absolutely right. I think another big factor is the lack of development that even "big-budget" Sonic games like Forces seem to get. We all know that there's at least one new Sonic game every year. Whether it be a main series title or a spin-off, it doesn't really matter as long as something Sonic related is released. I think the most rational thing to do is to, wait for it, take their time and consider everything carefully. I know that seems counter-intuitive given the subject, but I don't care how long a Sonic game takes to get made, as long as it's well-made.
  14. It should go without saying that Sonic is yet again in another rough patch of his career. I wouldn't go so far as to call it another dark age, but it certainly has me worried as to the state of the franchise in the near future. While Mania, though not being what I wanted in the first Classic Sonic game since Sonic 3&K, it was received really well from both critics and fans and I'm certain we'll see some sort of continuation eventually, Forces somehow managed to be even more polarizing than Lost World. I haven't played the latter game personally, but I do know that being Sonic's first real outing on eighth-generation consoles it was definitely lacking. And Team Sonic Racing, despite it looking like a reasonably fun game in its own right I don't think it'll even come close to the quality of Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed. But, what do you guys think? Should Sonic go on a bit of a hiatus, are remakes of certain games like SA1 and SA2 in order, or is the series in need of an overhaul?
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