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27 April 2013 - 06:36 PMNot sure how that's dubstep. Nonspecific techno/dance, sure.
I don't understand the point of the wind/whistle instrument. Everything else seems like standard techno noises, which all sounds fine, but that comes in and just clashes with the techno-style bass and just makes me think you're using random instrument patches with no real idea of what genre you're going for. Just comes off as... amateurish, I suppose. (Youtube and Newgrounds 'remixes' that use the same antics have made me feel like a grumpy old man when I hear stuff like this now, even though I hardly have any real experience to draw on either, so I hope this doesn't sound too harsh.)
02 April 2013 - 01:53 PM"I psychic" Typo, I assume.
"Fern-head"? Oh-ho-ho, subtle.
01 April 2013 - 08:34 PMOh, yeah, that's what I was trying to get at. Which, again, makes it all the more "wut" that he could still have a case with things like character copyright and the balls to turn down the deal with Archie around likeness.
[Green Knuckles image]
Yeah... That's what I thought of Sonic on the front cover of Shout Factory's SatAM boxset. Everyone else on the cover looked generally okay, like some amount of effort had been put into making their appearances look reasonably on-model, while Sonic himself looked like a shoehorned sketch by a guy who doesn't quite know about perspective and proportions - not unlike that green Knuckles.
01 April 2013 - 06:29 PMSo over this past month or so I've been getting into Linkara's Atop the Fourth Wall...
It has become increasingly clear to me that everything Penders has done for Archie's Sonic comic isn't uncommon for quite a few longtime writers of big-name comics. Writers have plotted out increasingly intricate stories, they get wrapped up in certain details and don't get around to other details because they figure they have all the time in the world, until eventually they find themselves booted off their title with a remainder of their "epic tale" unfinished and ego unchecked.
The thing is, the things that Ken asks for... I could see some of them maybe happening for writers on big-name Marvel/DC titles, in the way that spin-offs of comic book characters list the characters' creators in the credits. That Penders has seemed to have varying degrees of success with this malarkey in relation to a licensed, non-original comic title... leaves me confused and baffled.
19 March 2013 - 10:28 AMWait, the thread title mentions All Stars 1 but your description refers to Transformed. You ultimately mean Transformed right?
I just tried DragonUnpacker with files from both games... It claims to extract wave/riff files fine, after which clicking a given file opens up the default wav player (Winamp for me).
From ASR1, Audio.xpac seems to work fine (at a quick glance at least). Clicking a file opens Winamp and plays the sound just fine.
From Transformed, I tried SoundBanks.pck and StreamsEng.pck. It claims it extracts files, but trying to play any of them crashes Winamp. Perhaps I just don't have the right settings checked off? I'm search for wave/riff with the HyperRipper portion of the program.
Edit: Also, source of Sumo member's message? Email, forum?
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