Discussion in 'General Sonic Discussion' started by ICEknight, Apr 22, 2004.
Yeah, I didn't realise this was pinned. My bad.
Ask him if Tom Paine's level was rock-themed. It's possible that he did Rock Zone instead of Wood Zone like he originally thought since he wasn't completely sure. Try bringing it up, it might spark his memory.
Tom Payne did Metropolis and was supposed to make Genocide City. That's it, nothing else.
You must be thinking about Brenda Ross, because Tom Paine never worked on Wood Zone. See ICEknight's post.
Ahh, sorry, I was looking at the wrong information then...
Which interview proved that Tom Paine worked on Genocide City? I've probably read it a hundred times and just somehow missed it...
It wasn't an interview, just a quote I got from him when I asked if he knew anything about Genocide City.
This topic Still have any importance?
if yes, I would like to know what he did in Sonic X-treme development...
Where is stated that he had anything to do with it?
Chris Senn Interviem in Sonic CulT
"... Michael Kosaka, Dean Lester, Robert Morgan, Manny Granillo, Mike Wallis, Chris Ebert, Don Goddard, Ofer Alon, Mark Kupper, Chris Coffin, Dave Sanner, Richard Wheeler, Jason Kuo, Yasuhara Hirokazu, Jeremy Cantor, Fei Cheng, Craig Stitt, Ross Harris, Andy Probert, Andrew Mundy, Dean Ruggles, Bob Steele, Stieg Hedlund, Tom Tobey, Alan Ackerman..."
Any Other question?
I would like to know if he have a prototype...
Ice Knight, may you please ask Mr. Sitt what those steep green rails were for in HPZ? Because I've looked in the interveiw with Craig Sitt and there were no questions regarding those steep green rails.
I'm a Gamecube user, and I was wondering which of the Sonic games is a direct sequel to Sonic and Knuckles or Sonic 3?
That would be Sonic Adventure DX, and the following games after that (Sonic Adventure 2 Battle, Sonic Heroes, etc.)
I'll tell ya, I do miss the old school format of Sonic from the Sega Genesis days.
Don't we all.
Although you may want to try downloading the 3 Sonic Advance games (Especially the first) and giving em a spin on an emulator. They are good for a nice slice of nostalgia. Sonic Rush (Nintendo DS) is excellent as well. that's as close Sonic Team has got to Classic Sonic this generation, and for the most part, they are nice little homages/modernized attempts at classic gameplay.
That is a NEW BUMPING RECORD. More than 1 year, congrats. But it was pinned, so fair enough.
Well, the thread is pinned you know :P Possibly, and I'm going out on a limb here, to keep it from falling from the first page and autolocking, thus allowing people to ask their questions and avoid spamming the board with useless topics.
EDIT: Then again, I just remembered this topic was for posting interview questions...Nevermind. I eat my keyboard now.
Nope, I saw someone do a two-year bump last year.
Oh, yeah, 10 months are more than one year, oh yeah :P Check the date of the post previous to it.
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