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About Biggs

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  • Birthday 03/07/1998

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  1. I'm super infrequent here and never get reacts bc I never post or do anything but by chance I logged in today and happened to have gotten three reacts on different posts from months ago from different people in the span of a few hours all at once. I get giddy about little things. but thanks ❤️

    Hope people had a good Christmas.

  2. I think I'm in the minority on this but that early Sonic movie concept art looks even worse than the poster. Prefer the ripped arms and legs to those ones. He just looks like an off-brand cuddly toy in the concept art

  3. ok I haven't posted here in a while and I semi-defended the movie here a few months ago and all I've come to say is i'm sorry please forgive me oh god

  4. Jesus how many more trailers does Spider-Man PS4 need?

  5. Don't know whether I'm more excited by REmake 2 or DMCV. Capcom is killing it 💓

    1. Sean


      I'm excited for DMC5 but the proof is in the pudding when it comes to DMC for me.

  6. I'm betting it'll be badniks. As said previously, Sonic is short, the production team seem to be Classic Sonic fans, and honestly, though this is slightly cynical, badniks are more marketable and "iconic" than Egg Pawns. Never liked Egg Pawns myself, but remember, Sonic isn't just a series for children - it was loved by kids in the 90s who've grown up. This film has to appeal to those people too - many of whom will have kids. They could very well have both though, ala Forces and Lost World. I think something closer to the Egg Robos than Egg Pawns will show up if that does happen.
  7. who are Koch Media and why are they associated with Team Sonic Racing? All I know is they have a publishing arm called Deep Silver who has published Sega games in certain regions. Are they publishing TSR in Europe or something?

    1. Tracker_TD


      Most likely, yeah. AFAIK they handle pretty much all of SEGA's distribution in Europe. 

    2. Biggs


      Gotcha. Seems like this is a recent thing, just looked up they handled the Switch versions of Forces and Mania Plus too, had no idea.

    3. Mr Loopone

      Mr Loopone

      Yep but only the physical version because Sega no longer have the facilities to do something like this and has been around for the past few years. Digital version is still Sega Europe though. Codemasters and Square Enix also use Koch Media for their physical releases too.

      Wasn't the first time that Sega used an outside company to publish/distribute their games for Europe. They used Virgin Mastertronic until 1991 for their Master System games (and early Mega Drive games) and at the end of the Dreamcast era they usually used Infogrames or Acclaim to publish their stuff.

  8. good sales = good reception though. Of course they're making Mania the face of their IP, it's the better received game and pushing it instead of Forces is just common business sense.
  9. I just can't get enough of Green Hill Act 2 in Mania. I just can't. It's too good. It's too fucking good.


  10. Because who isn't listening to this right now 💓
  11. Don't you just hate it when you're about to sit down on the toilet but forget the entire seat is up so your ass cheeks kiss the cold, hard edge of the bowl and now you feel humiliated by your own fucking toilet

  12. Love it when I clock out of work at 10:45, belt it over to the nearest petrol station to get some food and a drink, only to find they closed 5 minutes before they should. The lady in there clearly saw me running towards the door but fucking locked it anyway and just went out back. Nope, nothing highly frustrating about that at all. Ah well

    1. Patticus


      Get a takeaway. It's the only choice.

  13. Okay this is epic

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