That's a brilliantly ergonomic idea. Hey! Cut that out. That's actually partly wrong. I never grew up with a SEGA Genesis. I ended up playing Sonic 1-3&Knuckles and CD a year or two ago on Gensplus, and I loved it. The point I wanted to make was I didn't get that same feeling with the Advance games. I did play the first Advance, but only once, and it's not memorable enough to me like the originals were, so I don't remember much from it except the first zone and parts of the final zone. Mind you that upon replaying Advance 2 and getting over the negative Press-Right-to-Win stigma people give it, I thoroughly appreciated its overall design and levels in spite of the (over)emphasis on speed. I liked it. Just not the same way I liked Sonic 3 & Knuckles for example. They're different games. Well, I certainly hope so, if only for the sake of its marketing. Also if it turns out to be more fun than I'm giving it credit for.