Sonic Forces Speed Battle Tikal

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Dabzers wrote:hahasamian wrote:hahasamian wrote:This is not an April Fools post. I'm telling what I know about two different games. So, as I was going to say, Sonic Adventure and Mega Man Legends actually have several similarities. They both use a classic video game character. They both redesign said character and any surrounding characters.

They both put this character into 3D (though Legends didn't have any camera problems). They both have a female character guiding you through several stages (though Roll only tells you things once, and Tikal will tell you things forever). They both have a story with cutscenes. They both have hub worlds. They both have upgrades that let you do things you otherwise couldn't. In both games, by the end you have not really “saved the world”, just a part of it. In the sequels that follow (Sonic Adventure 2, Mega Man Legends 2), you actually save the world.No one cares about Legends anymore Ah well.

At least I could enlighten those that are smart enough to read my post proving Sonic Adventure was just copying Mega Man.Sega Man.Meanwhile, I edited the post and added more writing hahasamian added: Also: 9. The characters gain items to give them extra abilities, such as the Light Speed Shoes, Crystal Ring and Ancient Light in Sonic Adventure, and the Speed Skates, Jump Springs and Drill Arm in Mega Man Legends. The same upgrades show up in the sequels as well. One of your enemies has a giant aircraft that you destroy (at least I'm pretty sure it goes down in Adventure). But the end of Legends is way better than the end of Sonic Adventure in my opinion.

“All's well that ends well”– Look around you! This place is in wreckage! This did not end well! Meanwhile Capcom knows how to treat someone who attempts to destroy a large group of people: kill him! And delete his backup!Now posted to a Mega Man thread.Last edited by hahasamian (April 4, 2018 21:58:30).

So I was enjoying myself earlier browsing a wiki page on a crossover game I'm looking into. It has characters and places from Namco and Capcom games, but I was surprised to see some SEGA characters in there as well. My heart literally faltered when I saw in the character list: haha, gotcha didn't I? SEGA has more than one Shadow, y'know. ):P but I really don't blame you if you can't tell the difference, because frankly I can't either Well, at least we get some cool references: In Chapter 6, Xiaomu says “gotta go fast”, a reference to the English opening theme of Sonic X. In Chapter 21, when Xiaomu is making suggestions for signs to look for, one of them is “The Two-Tailed Fox”, a reference to Sonic's sidekick Miles “Tails” Prower, who is a fox with two tails. Following the conclusion of Chapter 34, Segata Sanshiro mentions that he should have brought a spring from Spring Yard Zone “for perfectly consistent speed and trajectory”.Last edited by XxTheBlackFoxX (April 4, 2018 22:16:23).

Just read my Sonic IDW 1! Great issue and, (VERY MINOR SPOILERS) Robotnik disappeared after Sonic Forces, so now Sonic and Co. Must track him down. Blaze will appear in issue 4. AND SONIC AND TAILS USE THE SPINNING COMBO ATTACK FROM SONIC 4 EPISODE II. This mean we know how the Classic and Modern Saga continues.

Classic Sonic goes like this Sonic 1, Sonic 2, Sonic 3, Sonic and Knuckles, Sonic Mania, Sonic Forces, Sonic Mania Adventures. (Just for da laffs let's go through the Gens Classic Sonic's Timeline) Sonic 1, Sonic 2, S3K, Sonic Generations, Sonic 4 Here's the Boost/Modern Sonic timeline Sonic Rush, Sonic Rush Adventure, Sonic World Adventure, sonic Colors (DS), Sonic Generations, Sonic Lost World, Sonic Forces, Sonic Forces Speed Battle, Sonic Forces, IDW Sonic #1. Cool how we know what happens after, right? XxTheBlackFoxX wrote:So I was enjoying myself earlier browsing a wiki page on a crossover game I'm looking into. It has characters and places from Namco and Capcom games, but I was surprised to see some SEGA characters in there as well.

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My heart literally faltered when I saw in the character list: haha, gotcha didn't I? SEGA has more than one Shadow, y'know. ):P but I really don't blame you if you can't tell the difference, because frankly I can't either Well, at least we get some cool references: In Chapter 6, Xiaomu says “gotta go fast”, a reference to the English opening theme of Sonic X. In Chapter 21, when Xiaomu is making suggestions for signs to look for, one of them is “The Two-Tailed Fox”, a reference to Sonic's sidekick Miles “Tails” Prower, who is a fox with two tails. Following the conclusion of Chapter 34, Segata Sanshiro mentions that he should have brought a spring from Spring Yard Zone “for perfectly consistent speed and trajectory”.There's Blaze Fielding in Streets of Rage.

XxTheBlackFoxX wrote:So I was enjoying myself earlier browsing a wiki page on a crossover game I'm looking into. It has characters and places from Namco and Capcom games, but I was surprised to see some SEGA characters in there as well.

My heart literally faltered when I saw in the character list: haha, gotcha didn't I? SEGA has more than one Shadow, y'know. ):P but I really don't blame you if you can't tell the difference, because frankly I can't either Well, at least we get some cool references: In Chapter 6, Xiaomu says “gotta go fast”, a reference to the English opening theme of Sonic X. In Chapter 21, when Xiaomu is making suggestions for signs to look for, one of them is “The Two-Tailed Fox”, a reference to Sonic's sidekick Miles “Tails” Prower, who is a fox with two tails. Following the conclusion of Chapter 34, Segata Sanshiro mentions that he should have brought a spring from Spring Yard Zone “for perfectly consistent speed and trajectory”.I gotta be honest, I like that Shadow better than the more popular Shadow.

Up on melancholy hill There's a plastic tree Are you here with me Just looking out on the day Of another dream Well you can't get what you want But you can get me So let's set out to sea 'Cause you are my medicine When you're close to me When you're close to me So call in the submarines 'Round the world will go Does anybody know her If we're looking out on the day Of another dream If you can't get what you want Then you come with me Up on melancholy hill Sits a manatee Just looking out for the day When you're close to me When you're close to me When you're close to me. KidoftheEnder45 wrote:IgDegOo wrote:maxgap12345 wrote:IgDegOo wrote:KidoftheEnder45 wrote:That's canon?Uh, you might get an alert from scratch team for that no one caresAren't you a patronizing donkey man?maxgap12345 wrote:IgDegOo wrote:SonicMasterSystem wrote:PrincessPandaLover wrote:IgDegOo wrote:maxgap12345 wrote:IgDegOo wrote:KidoftheEnder45 wrote:That's canon?Uh, you might get an alert from scratch team for that no one caresAhem, the Scratch Team does care. No one cares^guys seriously you guys might get blocked no one caresLast edited by DannyShellstar (April 5, 2018 08:58:04).