"Sonic Proof"?

Discussion in 'General Sonic Discussion' started by Spexfox, Oct 24, 2008.

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  1. I'm sure you guys remember the big room of lost games at SEGA a while back, but I remember looking through the pictures and seeing one disk oddly labeled "Sonic Proof".

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    Just what exactly does this disk contain? Considering it's with a bunch of Dreamcast games maybe it's a proof of concept for Sonic Adventure? Or is it a Sonic game we've never even seen before!? I dunno. In any case the original photo can be found here. You can see the game just above "Shenmue" where the black cabinet starts.

    http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3249/274208...c4a26f858_o.jpg

    (56k Warning. That's a HUGE picture!)
     
  2. Phos

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    My theory: It's Sonic World running on the Dreamcast. That's the first thing I though of.
     
  3. Rockman Zero

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    My guess is that it's a proof of concept build of a certain game.
     
  4. Lobotomy

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    All of those protos, It hurts knowing that I'll never play that build of Crazy Taxi.
     
  5. Rhombix

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    Makes me wish I had a Dreamcast...
     
  6. Krigo

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    Wouldn't it just be the prototype of the Dreamcast port though?
     
  7. Lobotomy

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    Arrgh, that's right. I still wanna play a Crazy Taxi Proto.
     
  8. P.P.A.

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    That's a Sonic-proof disk. It means the fail that Sonic has become since the demise of the Saturn can't leak into it.
     
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