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  1. Hi SSMB! I am ClassicGamer76 and I am new in the forums. I just wanted you to know that I recently did a remix of "Green Hill Zone" from Sonic the Hedgehog 1. It features elements of both the MegaDrive and Master System/Game Gear versions of the game soundtrack. I'd really like to have your opinion about this piece so feel free to tell me what you think of it Thanks and see you soon in the forums
  2. Hey ppl. So recently I have been trying to activate some glitches in sonic unleashed, but the problem is, no matter how videos I watch on how to do it, and no matter how many times I try, I just cant get any of them to work right. Sure sonic will go a little bit faster every once in awhile, but I can never get him to do it the right way! So could anyone here be willing to give me an in-depth tutorial on how to do this.... I really need it.... :/
  3. Hello everyone! I just finished another remix. This time, it's the Quartz Quadrant Good and Bad Future themes from the US Soundtrack. It's actually more a remastered version of the tracks, that I mixed up together, than an actual arrangement. Some elements of the "Sonic The Hedgehog Boom" album version can be spotted in this one. Let me know what you think of it
  4. Hey everyone! Sowhart here introducing a slice of Madness! I present to all you wonderful people: So I am a fairly big Sonic Fan and I enjoy getting a kick or two out of the Original Classic games every now and then and I was inspired to do my own little marathon of madness after watching SGBLikesToPlay's Sonic Marathon where they played: Sonic 1 Sonic CD Sonic 2 Sonic 3 & Knuckles Sonic 4: Episode 1 I had some enjoyment out of this and I got the idea to make my own marathon and here it is! My Marathon consists of 5 games and it comes under the Original games along with Two Fangames, For my Marathon I will be playing: Sonic 1 Sonic Before The Sequel Sonic 2 Sonic After The Sequel Sonic 3 & Knuckles In a way making a full length epic journey for the blue blur, its not an official timeline but it feels like it works out. This Marathon will be taking place over at my channel very soon and I will be bringing guests and friends on board for the ride! I spent some time making up a short trailer of sorts for this Marathon and I am quite happy with the outcome of it! The Sonic Marathon Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3d5UHJW2CrE I'd like to hear what you guys think about this idea and if you'd like to pitch any ideas then I am all for it! Thanks for reading!
  5. So I've lately been looking into shows I'd love to see in HD/Blu-Ray. Some shows this works very well and really creates a difference, but it all depends on the original source material. Star Trek the Original Series was shot on 35mm film (Higher Resolution than Full HD) so can be transferred across fantastically with some touching up. Star Trek Next Generation has been announced, which was shot in 35mm film but editted on video, meaning they put the entire show back through the post-production process to edit it together on film for HD transfer. But then I looked at certain shows as Home Improvement, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Red Dwarf etc, all classic shows which would look phenomenal in HD but unfortunately were all shot natively on video, so the only sources there are will be in Standard Definition. Applying this very base knowledge, I started looking to see if the Sonic OVA (the movie) would make a plausible transfer and found a few very interesting things about all the Sonic series. Please bear in mind my information on print, negative tech specs of Sonic series is from IMDB and is considered accurate at time of writing but could easily be proven otherwise. Sonic the Movie (OVA) Imagica Corporation, the company responsible for the movie, built the entire movie on 35mm film but the final print was NTSC Video. This information doesn't specify whether or not it was editted on video or on 35mm film, but if the final production print is video, then to save on costs the editting is likely on video too. If the editting was put together on 35mm film, then the Blu-Ray/HD transfer is a relatively simple and costless manner of making a second final print of the editted movie in an HD format. Couldn't be simpler. If the editting was done on video then the process becomes more costly, and the likelihood of this showing up in HD decreases hugely, especially as it's not something that will be showing up in syndication anywhere. They would have to enter the original 35mm negatives back into the whole post-production phase again and re-edit the entire movie before transferring it to HD for Blu-Ray. Post-Production is a very costly thing, so this would definately reduce our chances of seeing the movie on Blu. For arguements sake, say it was released on Blu-Ray, the detail would be great to see (Those matte paintings are gorgeous enough in SD, highly detailed work went into some of the art and HD would show that up in a way it literally has never been seen before). I would also like to see some quality extras, maybe a few interviews with the writers and voice actors. Whilst they would likely be Japanese, it would be a great translated interview. Also a small documentary about SEGA's position in the market at that time (Sonic OVA was launched the same day as the Dreamcast). Lastly, there would be a chance to redub the audio for DTS-Master HD 7.1, as the vast majority of shows are doing now, with the current cast of voice actors. That may be the small push SEGA might consider to join this up with the current titles and put in the minor financial support the release would require. Sonic the Hedgehog (SatAM) This one is a big surprise to me. Considering the prints on the DVDs and the different TV channels it has appeared on, I was led to believe this show was strictly made on video to cut all costs down as small as possible. According to IMDB this is not the case. In fact, IMDB states that this show is not only filmed on 35mm, but the final prints of the episodes were also in 35mm prints. This would be a very odd choice for a small childrens cartoon to make, but ultimately if true would be the saving grace for the series in Syndication. If this show's final prints are all 35mm prints, then it would cost next-to-nothing to just slide them into an HD format ready for syndication and/or Blu-Ray distribution. Just thinking of a Full HD Robotnik's mouth ("Snively, what colour is my hearrrt?") is enough to churn your stomach and realise that this must be done. The downsides for this show do not lie with the prints, nor the cost of releasing them (Effectively very minor). But in the rights of distribution which took years to arrange just for the video print copies that were slapped on DVD. In order to get a Full HD transfer means attaining the rights to the original prints and that adds complications to the procedure a thousand-fold. If it were to be released on HD, it would be great to have some additional extras on the following the show has and maybe interviews with the voice artists such as Jim Cummings. Maybe even modern interviews and see if the cast can still perform the original voices. All cloud-9 stuff, but it would be a very interesting extra. Regardless an easy Full-HD transfer would be enough for me so long as someone can get those rights all ironed out. Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog (AoStH), Sonic Underground and Sonic X Unfortunately there is no information on these two shows so I have no idea of their ability to be made Full HD or not. AoStH has a chance, being made by the same production company as SatAM raises it's chances, but as it was a different team the choice of video may have been made to fund a larger number of episodes. Sonic Underground came at a time where the move to video was getting weirdly more popular despite the looming HD era (Which may not have been on consumer radar, but the industry had full knowledge of it). I have no idea how likely a 35mm print is of this show. Personally though, a Full HD version of either of these shows is likely pointless. AoStH was a great show but with so many episodes to transfer for a show who's art quality was akin to someone just having a laugh, the conversion would feel slightly wasted. Maybe it'll improve the animation quality a bit (Lose the motion-blur) but that would be about all. For Sonic Underground, there are a lot of fans for it and ultimately the artwork renders may look much better given a full conversion. I just really don't want to hear those God-awful songs halfway through an episode ever. If they can cut the music out of the middle of episodes, they might sell it to me. Sonic X was abysmal. We all know it. Still, a Blu-Ray transfer would likely sell to fans, there are six people in the world who like it. Having said that, it was made cheaply in the early 2000s, and that says it all to me. It will most definately be a video print as production companies grew strangely more and more incompetent future planning during this time. Many TV shows of this era was still show on video despite HD being only 2 years away, and that's definately incompetence on anyone's part (Bearing in mind this was a time before recession and the media industry was loaded with cash). In any case, without knowing the original prints I have no idea whether this would make a good HD conversion and generally I don't care... though I'd still buy it on Blu-Ray if it came out. I like to torture myself... shut up... >.> What do you guys think? Would you want to see any of these in Full HD, given the option? If so, what extras or updates would you like/do you think would match each series? The cost of transferring these is cheaper than making a new series/film from scratch and in the case of SatAM the financial cost of transfer is minimal, however the older the shows get the more complex the rights get.
  6. Here is the article : Sega developer Takashi Iizuka has told Eurogamer that he believes Sonic “is the right fit” for Nintendo’s forthcoming Wii U console. While lizuka wouldn’t be drawn into revealing any details about what Sega has in store for Wii U, he did reveal that he’d like to return to the 3D Sonic style for the next generation consoles. “But I’m also interested in the challenge of doing something completely new with the 3D Sonic’s forward view platform action, and bring something new to the table with that as well.” “I don’t think Sonic will ever become photo-real. I think Sonic will always remain stylised and will have that bright, colourful world. What the high hardware spec will allow us to do is make that more convincing.” “I feel Sonic is the right fit because it is that kind of family experience game. I do feel Wii U is applicable to Sonic. But how we will apply using the controller to Sonic is something we’re still thinking about at the moment.” source: http://mynintendonews.com/2012/03/14/
  7. I finished a Sonic animation recently that I've been working on for almost a year, it's based on one of the last scenes of Sonic Adventure 2: Battle, which really amazed me when I was a child. I thought it worth putting on here, if you enjoy watching it you might want to help me by voting 5. Thanks . http://www.newground...tal/view/588841 Here's the description: The Sonic fans among you will notice that this is a remake of a scene from Sonic Adventure 2: Battle, it was a scene that I really liked as a kid so this is a sort of tribute to it.I've been working on and off on this animation for far too long, a year, I think. But it's done now and I'm pleased with it. When Sonic Generations came out I considered using the remix of the song for the animation, but decided to keep the old one.You'll notice that the style of this changes half way through, the first half primarily uses the pencil tool, the second half is using the brush. Opinions on which looks better would be appreciated. Hope you enjoy watching!
  8. You can write down your ideas for future Sonic games!
  9. This topic is about realism in Sonic games (derp). If you even want realism at all, if so, how realistic they should be, how often it should be realistic, etc, etc. Myself, if they are going to go for a realistic look, it should be Unleashed cartoon-realism. That way, Sonic does not look as out of place. But I would prefer if they went for a fantasy look like in the classics, Heroes, and the recreations of the classic levels (and Seaside Hill, Planet Wisp, and to an extent Speed Highway) in Generations. Oh, and anthropomorphic (like Sonic and friends) animal citizens to fit in with fantasy-like areas please.
  10. Should there be a game where Sonic actually screws up (more than in Unleashed intro, but no werehog) and this actually affects the future which Silver is in? Then Silver tries stopping it but IT'S NO USE (sorry couldn't resist). Then something happens.... Then Sonic is aware.. Two work together... And a cause & effect system like in Spiderman: Edge of Time, juz expand it a whole lot more. (I thought that had so much potential) This could work out to be an awesome 06 reboot if any of you can find out a way to put in Shadow, without forcing it. Discuss what you think about this whole idea.
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