Discussion in 'General Sonic Discussion' started by Ashura96, Jul 8, 2015.
They always have been.
Of course. It goes entirely without saying. Little snippets like this bring it all back up though.
Destructoid has even written an article about the off the wall Sonic accounts lately:
I hope this really will improve relations, at least with the crowd the games won't necessarily get to anymore. I just witnessed both a troll and a legitimate person basically say they correlate Sonic fans with autism.
Guys, Shia Labeouf in Generations is trending on Facebook.
Ruby what have you done. :v:
Should I be happy or not?
It's not trending here. Can you post a picture to prove it? (I mean, I want it framed, and all.)
It's facebook, so unfortunately when you want to see the trend you want to see, you won't. Only comes back when you least expect it, and unfortunately I didn't grab it initially (taking pics on a macbook is annoying). If I see it again, I'll get it though.
That's been a thing for a long while now.
It's still trending, but is now on the 'Entertainment' bit, rather than 'Top Trends'.
It's hit most of the major game sites, including IGN, Gamespot, Polygon, and Eurogamer.
Some things in this world just don't need to be explained. Truly a site of beauty
This thread just peaked. It can't get any better than this.
Aaron Webber's comeback to SEGA is truly a thing of beauty
Time to practice up on Smash Bros. Things should get interesting tomorrow.
Just yet more mindless shitting on Sonic because it's hip to right now.
It's only a matter of time before Sonic's twitter account starts a full scale twitter beef. Random rappers start putting in their two cents.
Reading that tweet is one of the most cathartic things I've experienced in quite some time
When did they talk about Sonic?
I know last week or two weeks ago on...GT Time (Is that the one where Bosman hosts?) Bosman said he liked Unleashed and then they didn't talk about Colors or Generations after that.
EDIT: Even Mike Pollock gave an "Oh, snap!"
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