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About AzureHedgehog

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  • Birthday June 13

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    I'm a Sonic the Hedgehog fan who actually likes Sonic.
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    Sydney, Australia

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  1. I got Art Academy Atelier the other day and I love it especially the Time Lapse feature and I decided to post some of my Sonic art on Youtube so go ahead and check it out (this was the first picture i made on Art Academy Atelier as well) Sonic here gives his approval of the new Art Academy too.
  2. Hello , I had just made a documentary series on Youtube where I go around Sydney and document historic buildings and places that I like . The series is part of a new Youtube doc on my channel called "SydneySider stories". There will be more videos in this series but the first one is about Sega World Sydney. One reason why I did this video was because I also decided to detail some events from the time I went there since I had been there several times when it was open. I'm still trying to find all of the photos we took there and will happily upload them if I can ever find them to the Sonic Stadium. This is a very detailed and up to date documentary, which covers the entire history of the park and the Jacfun & Sydney Harbor Foreshore Authority Lawsuit from 2009 - 2012, plus some extra added info you may or may not have known. If you enjoyed this video please like and support my channel by subscribing as there will be more episodes about different places in Sydney in this new series in the future. I hope you like it.

  4. Well that doesn't mean that aliens are going to attack us any time soon. We're in 2014 now, conspiracy theorists. [reliable] Source: http://www.space.com/25218-dwarf-planet-discovery-solar-system-edge.html?cmpid=514630_20140326_20759344
  5. Strangely, Non-Sonic Adventure songs really make me want to play Sonic Adventure again. and Sonic Adventure related songs make me want to play it even more. Holoska Night from Sonic Unleashed also gets me in the mood to play Sonic Unleashed more often, since I love that game. OOOOOOOOOOH and also I must say Hidden World from Sonic Lost World is also my current theme song of head bopping enlightenment.
  6. It's a great wake up call for Crush 40 to finally begin making new music again it's always so long between mid albums and songs. I'm really happy with all of the new EP releases. I'm really looking forward to the new ones.
  7. I don't think there's anything bad with it at all. I'm cool with it, actually. That's what I like.
  8. Please let this happen in all countries. This is actually a good thing. Like, I hate scam apps, even if they are games. Hey this game's free to download ! Wait ... i have to pay $5 for unlocking a new character? Stuff that!
  9. I played Out Run and Hang - On. I was pretty impressed by Hang On. For it's time, the controls for an arcade racing game like that are quite smooth and responsive, unlike other early racing games that i've played [i'll never forgive you, Sega Rally for the Sega Saturn] The first series of Photos have been uploaded, [i took a lot of photos, so it may take me a while to upload them all!] http://imgur.com/a/QUna0
  10. Yesterday was the day where I played 100 Games. I went to the Game Master Exhibition at the Sydney Powerhouse Museum. I had the best day ever. If anyone remembers Sega World, it's as if Sega World never closed down and had just returned. Although this was no way associated with Sega World, Sega games, including Sonic the Hedgehog was everywhere. There was a big Sonic Lost World poster on the entrance of the museum. I decided to count how many times I saw Sonic, but lost count. I managed to play every single game I saw, when you walked in they first had arcade games. Then they'd have the first consoles. They would have history of the consoles and the early games. When you'd walk in further the arcade games would get more modern and then all of a sudden you'd see rows of Sega Mega Drives (we call Genisises Mega Drives in Australia), Sega Saturns [i CAN'T PLAY SEGA RALLY!], Sega Dreamcasts, and they weren't all just Sega consoles there. This place had the most Playstation 3s i've ever seen, ever. Every game had its own console, and being there over 100 games, there must have been over 100 consoles. The consoles were in protective glass containers so kids couldn't mess around with them. I played Shenmue ("I wonder what's in this drawer? SOME GUY'S PANTS!!!") and for the first time, Chu Chu Rocket, which was exciting, because I still see the PAL version on Ebay occasionally. I am now addicted to it. They had the very first Space Channel 5. You could play NIGHTS on the Saturn, and they had Ipads all over the place where you could watch movies about the producers and game designers talking about the games. Near the retro sega area there were Ipads showing Sonic the Hedgehog documentaries with Yuji Naka. There was a virtual Air Hockey table that was designed exclusively for the exhibition. There would be a little bumper in the middle, so if the puck would hit the bumper, it would bounce back to you. It was a touch screen game as well. Oh, and there was that swell time where I unintentionally broke Sonic 2 and caused an unintentional lockdown http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ppvmlQWMm4Y I believe they had more Sega and Sonic Consoles than they did Nintendo. I found out I hate using the Wii Pro Controllers and I thought that "they were only used for people who can't use the Wii Remotes for some odd reason". I couldn't even move Mario in the Wii Shop version of Mario 64. ("WHERE THE HECK IS HE GOING?!!?!") At the store they had loads of Sonic Merchandise, including those REALLY CREEPY Sonic Pop figures and great Classic Sonic Styled t-shirts featuring Sonic, Tails and Knuckles, even Tetris alarm clocks that would play Tetris music when you'd wake up I'll post pictures when I find an overall bloody good and reliable Photo Uploader. I took too many photos! (Sorry, Imageshack, I don't like you anymore) Our Highlights? Playing Sonic Generations on a huge 3D Television with Glasses, Child of Eden on the Playstation 3, seeing Dreamcasts there, Shenmue Dreamcast, Nights, making sonic get stuck in Sonic 2, and Vib Ribbon. THE EXHIBITION HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO JULY 5, 2014!! Web: http://www.powerhousemuseum.com/gamemasters/
  11. That's funny because I SUCK at Sonic CD. I can't get past the pinball flipping Robotnik in world 3....I think? It always makes me miss him, those darn pinball flippers. I remember Big's fishing controls [i knew I said let's not mention that but this is a must now that you bring it up] I remember once staying about 20 minutes on Twinkle Park just because his fishing rod couldn't go into the direction that I wanted it to go too and I kept on yelling at him "PUT IT THAT WAY!" But since then I've kind of mastered it because i've tried it so much [lol] Somehow, I have no idea, I have completed Terminal Velocity and have finished the game [except I haven't collected all of the red rings]. I remember Terminal Velocity took me days to beat. uugh sonic tripping so much made me want to pull out my hair. [i ddn't] Man i'm such an expert at treasure hunting. My friends would let me always do it for them [Mad space is my favorite Treasure Hunting level, ever] - I had completed Knuckle's Aquatic Mine in 1min40s [with an A rank, I believe?] I was very good at tracking them. Everybody except me hates the treasure hunting levels. I admit I also almost got nauseated during Mad Space, for that level took me about 20 minutes + to beat as well though - I love the confusingness of it all.
  12. I remember somebody called Turrican. If that was you, I remember! Also, I agree with the Big Projects part. OMG I REMEMBER YOU! Also, Turrican you are forgiven!
  13. Happy 20th Birthday Sonic 3!

  14. Honestly i'd prefer to keep my PS3 without buying an Xbox One any day.
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