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#31 User is offline MisterBadguy 

Posted 23 July 2011 - 08:27 PM

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Sonic Nendoroid.

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Looks like a fusion of Classic and Modern Sonic. Liked it!

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Near perfect condition! :thumbsup:

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View PostMisterBadguy, on 23 July 2011 - 08:27 PM, said:

Sonic Nendoroid.

That is the best combination of modern and classic Sonic that I've seen thus far. If he looked like that, I wouldn't have much to complain about at all with his looks. In fact, the green eyes in that picture kinda give me an impression of a younger Sonic. This in combination with the expression of his eyes, and smile.

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View Postcornholio857, on 19 July 2011 - 10:35 PM, said:

I keep all my Sonic merchandise as close to mint as I can. I've had this pinball machine for years.

That's awesome, though I'm not surprised. When I was in year 9 (about 14 years old), my class had a secret santa christmas (where you pick a name of someone out a hat and buy them a present), and my mate decided to go and give me his pinball machine rather than spending money he didn't have on me :v:

It came in the box, which was undamaged, though some bits which were meant to be constantly connected had slipped apart. Unfortunately some of his household smoked, and it stank of fags, so I had to throw the box out (as well as clean the pinball machine, which wasn't dirty but had the odour on it). Now I've still got it, and I must say, it is an awesome little machine. It's too bad it doesn't have any actual Sonic sound effects though! lso, taking those big batteries is a pain in the arse.

View PostEggomaticwaffles, on 19 July 2011 - 01:06 PM, said:

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Has there been any consensus on this Japanese McDonalds Eggman toy variant? I've searched on eBay for a number of years now hoping to come across one but no such luck.

Do we know if it was in fact mass-produced for McDonalds in Japan or if it was just a prototype before they switched to the Milton Knight American design?

I have never seen any Japanese McDonald's toys of that same era. I acually collected all the little toys back in the day, though I've lost the Tails and the shooter for Sonic since (I mean, I was like, 2 or 3 years old at the time!). I can only imagine that this was a prototype for the final product. I think looking now I actually would have preferred that- it looks so much like the in-game Robotnik, though AoStH was and still is great.

Wow, you guys seem to have everything, though I have some stuff of my own at home whic none of you seem to have so far, so I'll get some pictures up when I can :thumbsup:

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There seems to be a scan of the toy sheet online, but we still can't know if the actual toy matched the pic.
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To be honest, based on the article I just read, I'm inclined to think that it was actually produced. I can imagine them being rather rare. I also didn't know the US got a different Tails launcher.

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View PostThe Growler, on 20 July 2011 - 08:02 AM, said:

a 3D Sonic board game that I've got:

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I used to have this set too, or at least something very very similar, was awesome at the time but I think it was thrown out a long time ago due to missing pieces :(

View PostNarstyle, on 20 July 2011 - 10:24 AM, said:

Now I didn't buy this, but I did see it in WHSmiths:

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Apologies for the blurry second picture. I wasn't gonna buy it for £9 and at that point Security had already heard the camera click noise before that and got suspicious.

Also for other UK goers, there's 20th Anniversary 'School bags' in Wilkos. £15 and really child / school like. Didn't buy that either, but I may get pictures the next I'm in one.

I work in WHsmiths and we have those filled pencil cases and also some long regular tube shaped ones, think there was some other sonic stuff too but don't remember.
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There's lots of stationary in the set.
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Speaking of the Sonic 3 McDonald's promotion, does anyone still have the bags the Happy Meals came in? I was almost certain that one of the sides contained an explicit reference to Flying Battery.

I'd be curious to see what they had there for it.

#41 User is offline The Growler 

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More classic/original stuff:
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Classic Sonic has hit the shelves:

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My brother found em at GameStop. He said they also had Modern Sonic, Classic Tails, and Shadow.

EDIT: My brother said he didn't get a good look at Tails and Spindash's pic shows Modern Tails, so I'm guessing Classic Tails isn't out yet. My bad.
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View PostCyrus Parker, on 28 July 2011 - 10:00 PM, said:

Classic Sonic has hit the shelves:

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My brother found em at GameStop. He said they also had Modern Sonic, Classic Tails, and Shadow.

Oh damn, tempting. Especially the Classic Tails figurine, I love the little bugger. Maybe after I clean up my desk. It's a mess.

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If the motobugs wheels move then I'm sold.

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Annnndd I'm off to Gamestop tomorrow morning.

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