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    don't let it hit ya, move
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  1. I took a rough count of my physical Sonic games today, and while I think there's a few scattered around not totally accounted for (and excluding some digital releases on PC/Wii/Switch), there's at least 32 of them.

    How did this happen

    I'm actually both surprised and not

    1. Zaysho


      Listing it out because I'm bored


      -Sonic 1
      -Sonic 2
      -Sonic 3
      -Sonic & Knuckles
      -Sonic Spinball
      -Sonic 3D Blast
      -Knuckles' Chaotix (a 32X game but I'm counting it here)

      Game Gear:

      -Sonic 2 8-bit
      -Sonic Chaos
      -Sonic Triple Trouble
      -Sonic Labyrinth
      -Sonic Drift 2
      -Tails Adventure

      Dreamcast/Gamecube/GBA/PS2 (lumped together as one gen):

      -Sonic Adventure (DC)
      -Sonic Adventure 2 (DC)
      -SA2 Battle (GCN)
      -Sonic Advance (GBA)
      -SA DX Director's Cut (GCN)
      -Sonic Advance 2 (GBA)
      -Sonic Mega Collection (GCN)
      -Sonic Heroes (GCN)
      -Shadow the Hedgehog (GCN)
      -Sonic Gems Collection (US GCN and JP PS2)


      -Sonic Rush
      -Sonic and the Secret Rings
      -Sonic Rush Adventure
      -Sonic Unleashed (Wii and 360)
      -Sonic and the Black Knight
      -Sonic Colors (Wii)
      -Sonic Generations (360)

      Wii U:

      - Sonic Lost World

      -Digital stuff and older PC releases aren't being counted at the moment (most recent one would be Mania back in 2017)
      -Stacks of Archie comics and the first year run of IDW
      -Some soundtracks

      Might be weird to say but I'm satisfied and don't feel like I really need to add more at this point. There's a few soundtracks I wish I tracked down but the older I get I look at all this and the memories I have with this series and I'm happy. If I never pick up another new Sonic game or media release again to add to all this I don't think I'll be disappointed about it.

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  3. It's a bunch of Waddle Dees dressed up as Dedede, K. Rool breaks out of the hole Banjo sealed him in and tries to kill Dedede again but gets a spear in the face. Kazooie tells Banjo she wants to go back to sleep.
  4. I was looking through my old stuff and put all my Genesis-era Sonic games together for the hell of it.genesisgames.png

    1. FourCartridge


      I need to fire up Sonic 1 up again...

    2. Zaysho


      Sonic 1's honestly a pretty fun little platformer. Some levels might go on too long and it has some annoying pacing but I think I prefer it to Sonic 2, overall (which starts strong but gets progressively more annoying in the second half), though like most my favorite Genny Sonic is still 3/& Knuckles.

    3. FourCartridge


      My real life friends still struggle against Eggman's first mech believe it or not.

    4. SenEDDtor Missile

      SenEDDtor Missile

      Some part of me beofre I checked the rest of the status thought your collection had lockon tech, and you just combined them all together into some kind of Sonic video game cartridge tower/mech.

  5. I tend to see Rouge as more likely to rein Shadow in than vice-versa, at least based on how Ian's written them and stuff like Heroes. Though, true, they do display varying levels of responsibility depending on the situation, but Shadow has a tendency to be kind of childish and obstinate that it's funnier for me to see Rouge as the parent (even if she's probably a bad parent).
  6. Shadow and Omega are Rouge's horrible, adopted sons. Fight me, Sega.
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    what the fuck

    1. KHCast


      Is it another fucking “war on Christmas” trend?

    2. Supah Berry
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    The most important announcement out of the presentation 

    1. KHCast


      Uhhh meow?

    2. Strickerx5


      this cat has more polygons than the entirety of forces

    3. Teoskaven


      >not FurK

      So unconvincing.

    4. KHCast


      Here’s the cats in FF7R to compare


  9. I had to look this up to be sure but it sounds like Nintendo themselves have commented that each version has its own version of the pass, and they even warn you to be careful with making the right purchase because it can't be refunded. I think it would have been better if it was designed as a pass that can be applied to both versions though I don't know if that's possible or GF/TPC simply didn't want to do it that way for whatever reason.
  10. Happy birthday, man. Hope it's a good one.

    1. Ferno


      Thanks Zaysho!

  11. Happy birthday, dude. Hope it's a good one.

  12. I've been picking at IDW TMNT again recently. I read "Shredder in Hell", a bit of the prelude to "City at War" and then backtracked to the Leo and Raph macro-series. I think I've been reading a lot of stuff out of order recently so I don't understand all of it, which is kind of frustrating, but I'm liking what I'm seeing so far because I fell off this book a while ago. I don't think I can keep up with a monthly book and all its side-stuff anymore though.

    1. Ryannumber1gamer


      A general idea of the timeline is that the macro-series takes place roughly around #90-100, it's a paving of the way to 100, tying up or progressing important plot elements to be finished. The general thing to remember IIRC is City at War takes place after the Micro-Series (IIRC - it takes place before the Christmas issue too, since Mikey's micro-series issue is the first turning point for Splinter realising the errors of his ways). The microseries takes place prior to Issue 86 IIRC, just before the Battle Lines arc.

      Shredder in Hell takes place alongside the City at War arc. It's more or less irrelevant to it, the only important detail where it ties into the main series is the final issue's conclusion happens directly in Issue 100.

      The order is this:

      -Microseries - Donnie 2 - tackles Donnie making amends with Harold

      -Microseries - Mikey 2 - tackles Mikey's feelings about Splinter, and Splinter's redemption

      -Microseries - Leo 2 - tackles Leo's hunt for Koya and Karai in Northampton

      -Microseries - Raph 2 - tackles Raph being ambushed by Bishop 


      -Shredder in Hell happens during City at War

    2. CleverSonicUsername


      The collected editions IDW puts out are great because they're comprehensive and order everything into a canonical timeline. Even the Ghostbusters crossover stuff.

  13. Could probably do like what Lost World did and make it strictly for time attack missions. Say 2:00 minutes is an S rank, then 2:45 is an A, 3:15 is a B, so on and so forth. Those are generous estimates but you get the idea. Regular gameplay could be used to afford the player more time to familiarize and explore the level, and then speedrunning missions can be additional things to play later on.
  14. Welcome back to the Stadium. I'm afraid this doesn't really warrant its own topic, and since you've already reintroduced yourself in the introduction topic I'll go ahead and lock this.
  15. Had to do some clean up because a certain user is a regular ban-dodger and they are never here to have productive discussions anyway. Carry on.
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