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Sonic 3D Blast MD, 2017 and beyond!

Discussion in 'General Sonic Discussion' started by ICEknight, Sep 8, 2017.

  1. Shakidna

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    It would have made sense if exclusively used for the Spring Stadium boss.
     
  2. Xilla

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    Since 3D has two distinct boss themes, I wonder if the original plan was just to have the major and minor intro variants.:V
     
  3. Sir_mihael

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    I feel like it's one of those tunes that could have worked if it was done right, but I can see why Jun abandoned in favour of the boss tracks he did come up with..

    That being said - There's two Boss arrangements in 3D Blast (not counting Final Fight), so maybe the idea was to have different boss themes for different stages - and the unused one could have been for Spring Stadium?
    Edit: What the two posts above me said, pretty much :V

    Here's a more interesting twist on the theme taking more of a cue from CD's boss theme I found - Works better than I thought it would!
     
  4. The Joebro64

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    You know I really used to hate the JP Sonic CD boss theme, but that actually makes me appreciate it more.
     
  5. Jason

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    Panic Puppet/Twinkle Park is a favorite of mine. Looks like it was originally for special stages. The instrumentation isn't far off from the Adventure version.
     
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    This is interesting, because it's fairly distinct from Panic Puppet but it's basically identical to the version that Senoue would eventually use for Twinkle Circuit.
     
  7. Black Squirrel

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    It's impressive that they managed to get this to not sound completely out of place in Panic Puppet (ignoring the fact Act 2 is completely different), although it makes you wonder if they ran out of music and had to rely on this one as a backup.

    Odd that Jun Senoue would make so many Special Stage tunes though. I'd have thought levels would be higher priority.
     
  8. Loop

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    Jun used the exact same MIDI for this demo and Twinkle Park’s track. For the latter he mixed it properly and with higher quality instrument samples.
     
  9. Naean

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    From the video's description:
     
  10. RDNexus

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    How many Demo Tape tracks are yet unveiled?
    I've actually been quite enjoying hearing them.
     
  11. nineko

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    There are no more, Tails' special stage was the last one (yeah, he didn't play the tracks in the correct order).
     
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    Bit of Sonic 3D source code, for those interested.
     
  14. Black Squirrel

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    More footage of the earliest Sonic 3D and Sonic R buiilds. Maybe there's a few pixels you haven't seen before, idk.
     
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  15. JoseTB

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    Ah, so close, yet so far... I wish he could go ahead and release everything he has to the public, for the sake of videogame history preservation.