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Hero of Legend exclusive: New Wii & DS screens featuring "Planet Wisp"!


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Good stuff. Thanks for sharing.

Planet Wisp looks pretty cool, and I like how the chains on the planets are displayed in the level. Reminiscent of little planet. Creative, colorful....pretty much exactly how I wanted 3D Sonic's to be in the first place.

Hope this asthetical direction is here to stay.

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Ahh fuck Thanks Hero of Legend I need a new pair of pants on now thanks XD

That looks freaking fantastic Jesus this looks so freaking amazing great job on getting hold of these screenshots they look great you wouldn't think these screens are for Wii they totally look like it's a PS3/360 game but it's not wow this is what Sonic Unleashed Wii/PS2 should off been like wow =D

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DO WANT NOW!!!!

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Better question; is that a Wii Sonic game I see?!

I still can't believe what Sega's pulling off here! :o

No I mean really, this all looks like the Sonic stuff we haven't in God knows how long.

Also, I've saved all the pics in that album (bar the trailer shots and temp boxart) cause I don't think SEGA wanted us to see all that yet. Above post.

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What's this? A second level theme that we haven't really seen before? My eyes, they overflow with a thousand joys!

Seriously, though, this really does give a classic Sonic vibe in a way even Unleashed never quite managed. It's a very cool concept, too; an Eggman factory right smack dab in the middle of nature, with Sonic running between the two. I'm pretty surprised that we haven't ever seen that before, since it's such a great idea.

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No I mean really, this all looks like the Sonic stuff we haven't in God knows how long.

Also, I've saved all the pics in that album (bar the trailer shots and temp boxart) cause I don't think SEGA wanted us to see all that yet. Above post.

I hope they don't pull the stuff down, and it's only a day in advance, I even asked Shadzter first and he was okay with it!

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I hope they don't pull the stuff down, and it's only a day in advance, I even asked Shadzter first and he was okay with it!

I didn't say I was ok with it, I just said that no-one would be able to have a go at you for posting stuff in the forums you and your friend got from the press site since you aren't press :)

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Graphics are really nice so far. The level looks pretty interesting too. .

you wouldn't think these screens are for Wii they totally look like it's a PS3/360 game but it's not wow this is what Sonic Unleashed Wii/PS2 should off been like wow =D
I don't know about that, but it still looks good. Damn good, actually.
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I didn't say I was ok with it, I just said that no-one would be able to have a go at you for posting stuff in the forums you and your friend got from the press site since you aren't press :)

But it was fine for me to post this right? And I already sent GoNintendo the news and I put this at NeoGAF already.

Well, as long as nothing gets taken down, because that happened when I put the Epic Mickey scans in my Picasa album, they removed that part of the account, but these screens aren't really bad like magazine scans so things should be okay.

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No doubt that it looks like a Wii game . A Wii game with very nice visuals, but if you were looking at them alongside a version developed for the HD consoles, you'd certainly see the difference.

Yeah, it's certainly looks worse than an HD game, but it's still one of the few Wii games that puts an effort into looking better than a Gamecube game.

Also, noticed another Eggrobo variant...

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Seems the doctor may be taking inspiration from another mad scientist...

There's also symbols on what appears to be a caution sign to the left, possibly Wisp language?

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But it was fine for me to post this right? And I already sent GoNintendo the news and I put this at NeoGAF already.

Well, as long as nothing gets taken down, because that happened when I put the Epic Mickey scans in my Picasa album, they removed that part of the account, but these screens aren't really bad like magazine scans so things should be okay.

Well the SSMB staff have never taken down leaked screenshots before on the forum that I can recall. I'm news'ing them now since they've leaked, if SEGA ask us to take them down I will but if they're dated the 2nd August like you say then I don't think they'll have a problem as it's 2nd August here in the UK now anyway.

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Well we've never taken down leaked screenshots before on the forum. I'm news'ing them now since they've leaked, if SEGA ask us to take them down I will but if they're dated the 2nd August like you say then I don't think they'll have a problem as it's 2nd August here in the UK now anyway.

Okay. :)

I guess the only thing wrong with scans is that money's being lost, not so here.

But is there like a big issue with screenshots being leaked a day in advance? Why not post them if you have them?

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Hmm, not a very theme parky looking level. Actually it kinda reminds me of the inner workings/behind the scenes areas of a theme park that are for employees only. Maybe this area is where power is generated for the other areas of Eggman's various parks.

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