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Sonic 1 GBA

#1 User is offline Shakidna 

Posted 23 June 2006 - 04:44 PM

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GoNintendo said:

The Blue Dude With the ‘Tude Rockets Onto Next-Gen Consoles With Sonic The Hedgehog on PS3 and Xbox 360, a New Sonic Adventure on the Wii, Sonic Rivals on PSP, and a Special Edition of Sonic The Hedgehog Genesis for the GBA

He’s fast, he’s blue, he’s sold over 44 million games, and he just turned 15 years old! Tomorrow, SEGA® will join millions of fans around the world to celebrate Sonic The Hedgehog’s 15th birthday and his continued success with four bold new upcoming games. Born on June 23, 1991 as the fastest, most technologically advanced character for the SEGA® Genesis® console, Sonic continues to innovate as he prepares to blast onto next-gen consoles and the Sony PlayStation®Portable system with groundbreaking new adventures. Additionally, in honor of its beloved mascot’s 16-bit roots, SEGA will release the game that started it all with Sonic The Hedgehog Genesis exclusively for the Game Boy® Advance this November. The game will feature two new additions to the classic 1991 debut including Sonic’s famous Spin-Dash move and a new save ability, and will retail at the special price of $19.95.


#2 User is offline Tweaker 

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Already discussed in the birthday topic.

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Yeah but its still cool! Anyway people would be able to read it more clearly if it was in a new topic! :S

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I'm possibly buying that even if the GBA screen size will make it completely unplayable.

#5 User is offline Jeffery Mewtamer 

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I can already play Sonic 1 on the go via DrMD on my GP32, so not interested.

#6 User is offline ICEknight 

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BOO PIRATE :P

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ICEknight, on Jun 24 2006, 11:54 AM, said:

I'm possibly buying that even if the GBA screen size will make it completely unplayable.

Honestly, I think that they know about the screen size issue, and will resort to making everything scaled down, like the cell phone Sonic 1 remake.

#8 User is offline Metal Man88 

Posted 24 June 2006 - 02:50 PM

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Or you could just pop the original into a Sega Nomad, if you're nuts like me.

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Posted 24 June 2006 - 03:09 PM

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We're talking about portables here. =P

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Sega Nomad is a Portable Genesis, I own one it rocks ^_^.

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lol, I think you missed his point.

#12 User is offline Varion Icaria 

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Well I know the Nomad has a damn hard time with it's low life on full batteries, I used to use my Nomad with the car adapter so.. :P.

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Hmm... I hope they don't use advance sprites if they're not using the originals. If they do indeed revamp the game graphically, the advance sprites better get a massive facelift.

But, since I've got Compilation, SMC+, Sonic 1, and countless sonic 1 roms, I probably won't get it. and mostly cause my GBA sits on the table collecting dust.

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I'm waiting to see who has the better sprites, them or Phoebius. :P

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R. Solaris, on Jun 24 2006, 09:42 PM, said:

I used to use my Nomad with the car adapter so.. :P.

Alternators and car adaptors are the saving grace of the Nomad and Game Gear.

(How do you spell "adaptor"? Is it with an O or an E? Neither looks right.)
This post has been edited by Quickman: 25 June 2006 - 04:29 AM

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