Sonic CD now out for everything except Nintendo consoles

Discussion in 'General Sonic Discussion' started by TimmiT, Aug 22, 2011.

  1. Xilla

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    Absolutely! SFIV did it for the characters voices afterall.

    I remember switching the soundtracks for the PC version (including editing the video files) and I did keep a few US tracks (Act Clear, Invincible are the ones that spring to mind) so to do this in-game would be nice.
     
  2. Elliot Gindi

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    I wanted to do that but couldn't find an idiot proof way to do it. It'd also mean that picking the alternate soundtrack would be a compilation of songs I didn't like as much which could be funny.
     
  3. Xeeynamo

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    Recently the emulator RPCS3 (a PS3 emulator) was able to run some commercial games. The first full-compatible game that was tested is... Sonic CD!
    [media]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8iEq-xONawg[/media]
     
  4. TimmiT

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    It's not the first full-compatible game:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YK1WFZF790

    Still really cool that it works though. It's great to see this much progress on the PS3 emulator.
     
  5. Machenstein

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    Part of me hopes we get a Sonic CD "Gold" which has Desert Dazzle, Final Fever, as well as new fixes that address the flaws the original game had. At the same time, I'd like to see Taxman and Stealth use the Retro Engine for a brand new 2D Sonic once they are done with Sonic 3. One thing at a time, I suppose.
     
  6. Orengefox

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    Late for the party with this stuff as well but having watched what was there of Desert Dazzle and checking out the screenshots of what was there of Final Fever was mind blowing. It was like the days of when we would dig for this sort of stuff in a lot of the really old Sonic games. What is there looks great in design and would love to see this sort of stuff as a new Sonic game with new levels, music, enemies, bosses, etc. utilizing the engine Taxman/Stealth uses.