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Miragnarok

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About Miragnarok

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    Knouge shipper of tropes fame
  • Birthday 10/30/1996

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    Knouge, Sonaze, shipping
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  1. Miragnarok

    Team Sonic Racing - Upcoming Sonic Racing Game

    Given how “Ice Mountain” doesn’t seem to be related to the level of the same name in Advance, I think this is entirely possible.
  2. Miragnarok

    The Return of Hiroshi Nishiyama

    Yeah X-Treme’s developers are likely a no-no due to what happened with it. Well then, what about Mark Cerny? He was an art director for Sonic 2. Would be interesting to see him back.
  3. Miragnarok

    The Return of Hiroshi Nishiyama

    Yeah, once again, remember "individual bubbles" from 2013? Did that matter at all? Everyone will just have to wait and see for more details.
  4. Miragnarok

    The Return of Hiroshi Nishiyama

    I’m rather excited about the plausibility of additional Adventure alumni also arriving at America’s austere Sonic Team. Also, why stop at Adventure staff? Could we get people like Chris Senn on board? But again, whatever happened to Sega’s work with Alex Hirsch?
  5. Miragnarok

    The Return of Hiroshi Nishiyama

    Yes, the gameplay can make up for the lack of that. But it's rarely actually done so. Colors was good the first playthrough but "Baldy McNosehair!" was enough to curtail a replay.
  6. Miragnarok

    The Return of Hiroshi Nishiyama

    Hmm... the storybook games were excellent in terms of narrative and visuals, and played perfectly fine, with their strange gameplay being due to trying to take advantage of the Wii’s motion controls. Has Kishimoto had a confidence drop; or is there another’s party involved...? Supporting this is Colors’s art direction being perfectly fine outside of the stilted cutscenes.
  7. https://forums.sonicretro.org/index.php?showtopic=38546&pid=940634&st=0&#entry940634 Hiroshi Nishiyama, who worked on the Adventure games, has returned to Sonic Team USA. This news seems to have glided under everyone’s radar; but I think it might be a sign of things to come. He was the designer of he overall world of Adventure 1, which I personally adored exploring.
  8. Yeah, and much like A&O’s fanbase of wolf fans, maybe if they do stuff like bringing over characters from other versions of the franchise there will be a Sonic fandom still buying them. Yeah, I bet this franchise ends up like Swan Princess or something in terms of sequels (the original even featured a Dreams Comes True song!).
  9. Miragnarok

    Team Sonic Racing - Upcoming Sonic Racing Game

    Also, all of those desert stages are on or near Angel Island. In other words, they’re Echidna territory.
  10. Miragnarok

    Team Sonic Racing - Upcoming Sonic Racing Game

    Not to mention that Cubot’s render is the same one from Colors.
  11. Miragnarok

    Sonic's Awful Jokes

    They could just roll their eyes at his gags.
  12. Well, there are some aspects about their debut appearances that lean them more into the territory of Black Doom; like them draining the energy of the planet beneath, and them vanishing in a puff of smoke/ some even sinking into lava. I guess the developers couldn’t handle adding a new recurring villain, and were too used to Erazor and the like. One may also note that only Zavok and Zazz have really returned, and even then, only Zavok if we talk the main series. Yeah, their situation at Sega is very interesting indeed.
  13. I also think Sega’s policy with villains is not only a waste of potential, but hypocritical as well. Given how they keep Zavok around regardless of everything else, such as his debut game receiving mixed reviews...
  14. Boom didn’t have them. In Forces, they were DLC (and it was a huge missed opportunity to weave them into the main game but they didn’t). Back in Sonic 1 and 2, they at least changed the ending.
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