Discussion in 'General Sonic Discussion' started by Lightning, Jan 5, 2007.
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http://mirrors.isamedia.org/SonicRush_E3_MP3.zip - mirror
<!--quoteo(post=158263:date=Jan 5 2007, 06:21 PM:name=Techokami)--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (Techokami @ Jan 5 2007, 06:21 PM)
It's Sonic. From Sonic Advance 3.
EDIT2: Lined up and pallete 2 from file loaded:
Dude! Look for Blaze! :D
Blaze is not in the ROM. That sprite set is most likely from an engine test BEFORE the models were made.
I wish they kept drummond's voice. It fits better. Bit loud though. Anyways, I wish I could play the ROM demo, but oh well. Funny thing about that reference video though, the life icon was from Sonic Advance 3.
I like the soundtrack too. Not that the final soundtrack was bad, but this has it's own good qualities about it.
Thanks for the effort. I'll eventually give it a try.
Blarg. I wanted to release it differently. =(
Now I hope someone finds a Sonic Advance 2 and a Sonic Advance 1 beta. If a different Sonic Advance 3 beta can be found (One that's earlier in production), that'll be good too.
Lots of hugz to Lightning and Techokami.
btw I renamed some stuff, because of the sk3n3 conventions. if you're uber anal about having scene releases and stuff - redownload or smth
So, where did this come from anyway?
Is it the same one that drx was collecting money for a while ago?
Man now I really need to get a DS-Xtreme, or something similar. Damn this only having $7 in my bank account.
Somehow..I figured that much XD
Oh yeah..the music sucks loads compared to the final. At least we have a long version and remixes of that "Blaze Appear" track.
Also, Drummond's voice =WIN!
Yeah, we ended up lending it for $150, and Lightning dumped it using his DS dumping magic.
I prefered the actual final music. The E3 music kinda makes the game feel a little cheaper, IMO.
In case anyone's curious, I've seen pictures of a cart like that before, it's Nintendo's (?) official EEPROM they use to send review copies of the game. It's got the serial (look near metal contacts on cart) which are similar to those on normal DS carts but... different letters of course. They can be over-written with the right equipment, and iirc there used to be diagrams and instructions publicly available on Intelligent System's website with all their other Dev hardware. There are more pictures of identical carts floating around (GBAtemp).
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