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  1. When I was growing up, I always thought of Knuckles as being the serious, solemn character who is slightly naive in certain places. It was an interpretation that has stuck with for years until someone posted a few posts that challenged this view of the character. I am aware that Knuckles was something of a trickster in Sonic 3 and Sonic Triple Trouble but I had no idea that he was supposed to be a joke character. Someone pointed out that one of the rival fights in Sonic the Fighters was played up as a joke as opposed to a serious rival fight. I never thought Knuckles as a "joke character" but I had not considered that Knuckles was not as "serious" as he pretended to be. To be honest, I was somewhat shocked that Knuckles was treated as a joke in those games as I always assumed that Knuckles was a somewhat serious character but I was wrong about him. What do you do you think about this? Was Knuckles ever a serious character? Did this revelation Knuckles was a joke change your view of the character? And what does that this revelation mean for Knuckles appearances in other Sonic media?
  2. "Lost Judgment" spin-off to the Yakuza series (released on 24 September 2021) is an action adventure game based in the fictional Japanese cities Kamurocho and Isezaki Ijincho (recreations of the real life Japanese Kabukichō and Isezakichō), and includes playable SEGA Games mainly from the 80's/90's which you can play in the games' "Club SEGA" arcades. The following SEGA games are playable: Sonic The Fighters (1996) Fighting Vipers (1995) HAMA of the DEAD (created for Lost Judgment) Motor Raid (1997) Space Harrier (1985) Super Hang-On (1987) Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown (2010). Alex Kidd in Miracle World (1986/87) Enduro Racer (1986) Fantasy Zone (1986) Maze Hunter 3D (1987) Penguin Land (1987) Quartet (1986) Secret Command (1986) Woody Pop (1987) (Note that some of the Master System games are only playable if you purchase a specific version of LJ or as paid dlc) Old SEGA games were also playable in the previous game "Judgment". Whilst Lost Judgments itself is a solid game, the main appeal to me is Sonic the Fighters being playable & the other SEGA games. The playable version of STF in Lost Judgement is based on the 2012 version (originally released on PS3 & X360) and also includes playable Honey the Cat. I purchased the physical version of Lost Judgment. I uploaded to my channel a full playthrough I did with Tails which also shows how you access the game in Lost Judgment as well as the intro cutscene and ending cutscene. I managed to beat the game without losing a fight-a small miracle considering some of the fights-especially the one's against Sonic, Metal & Eggman are brutal: It's really awesome that SEGA included STF, although I wish more Sonic games were included, such as Sonic R & SEGA Sonic the Hedgehog etc. I also took a screenshot of playable Honey the Cat: Edit: I did a Honey The Cat playthrough:
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