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Naoto Oshima reveals artwork and details about 'Twin Stars', the game which eventually became Sonic 1!


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Very interesting. It is nice that light was shed on these details. I wonder what the final product, had it actually been made and finished, would have been like? Granted, we probably would not get Sonic, but I have always been interested in the demonic looking 13 character. I always wondered who he was when I first saw him in that Sonic the Hedgehog artwork with him and Bumblebee Eggman.

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13 hours ago, Supah Berry said:

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This guy standing outside your house is also a trap. It's to prevent you from just walking forward.

I just want you to know that I got the joke and I appreciate your sense of humor.

Anyway, this is incredible stuff. Despite his denial, it's still very obvious that some of the "seeds" that would later grow into NiGHTS are present (two heroes, a dream world, a nightmarish villain, etc). It's just fascinating to me. I wouldn't be against seeing this concept realized closer to as we see it now. I'm glad Oshima-san and other creators in the industry are so open to sharing this kind of material. 

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