Happy 18th, Sonic. May SEGA eventually get it right with a good Sonic game.
To celebrate, I 100-percented SADX. Emblems and Missions.
Some of the few things I can name off the top of my head are:
Sonic 1 8-bit: Jungle Zone boss. I swear to God the hitboxes on those balls are...
*insert generic praise here*
Even though this hack will never be finished, it's still a blast to play. And playing it on my SEGA CD made it even...
To be more precise, it takes you to EHZ1 with the Wood Zone pallette and collision, with no objects.
Yet another great hack, Esrael.
I think my soul was stolen by the werehedgehog Sonic.
Also, you may realize that if this game fails (and it WILL), then there might be no going...
3D Blast: I thought this was actually a decent game. Well, the Saturn version at least. The Special Stages were the best part of it.
Sonic R: I...
I'm gonna be stuck in P.A. for that comment, aren't I?
Also, fuck Lostgame for sigging me.
I hate you.
Does anyone still care about Xtreme?
I got the same one from a game booth at a cheap mallfront amusement park last year.
This might be the greatest art hack ever.
If BioWare's co-making it, then this game has a very slight chance of not sucking.
Up, Down, Down, Down, Left, Right, A+START, like the last release.
P.S. PA chance+1
I lol'd at the new "try again" message.
True. I actually used it to reset the time when I reached Carnival Night 2's boss with a high time. A real plus, at the cost of a life.
The Genesis version wins. I haven't played the Saturn version.
You completely ignored this.
Anyways, I found another bug. When you're invincible and you do a mid-air slash, you lose the invincibility and the...
You, sir (StephenUK), win with that art. Eternally.
Wow. The old yet new touch. You win. You just fucking win.
Yeah, this is already very well known.
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