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this show kicked so copius amounts of ass, and was my favorite show as a kid.
I bought alot of the comics (whenever I had money as a 7-year old), and the execution and style of this show was extremely awesome.

any other fans out there?
#4
Quote by NinjaSlayHuman


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Quote by Pat_s1t
The only Sonic show I ever watched was the one where they all played instruments.



that was so stupid is gave me cancer
#5
I liked tails.
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'member The Pit of 10'? oH, I 'member!


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#12
Quote by gallagher2006
in only 10 years =|

Sonic the Cartoon was the hieght of my childhood
10 years? More like 15 technically (the 8-bit game was released in 1991, and the PS3 one in 2006).

Still, it's quite an accomplishment.
#15
Quote by Pat_s1t
10 years? More like 15 technically (the 8-bit game was released in 1991, and the PS3 one in 2006).

Still, it's quite an accomplishment.

And the first one is still the best. The newer games are too automatic for me. There was that aspect of it initially, but the newer ones take it to a whole new level. There should be MORE control in a 3D environment - not less. Super Mario 64 was a great example of this.
Do you feel warm within your cage?

And have you figured out yet -


Life goes by?
Quote by Hydra150
There's a dick on Earth, too
It's you
#16
Quote by NinjaSlayHuman


That looks more like an elephant to me...
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#17
Quote by dustyboy316
That looks more like an elephant to me...

Anteater.
Do you feel warm within your cage?

And have you figured out yet -


Life goes by?
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#18
Quote by strat0blaster
And the first one is still the best. The newer games are too automatic for me. There was that aspect of it initially, but the newer ones take it to a whole new level. There should be MORE control in a 3D environment - not less. Super Mario 64 was a great example of this.

a great example of less or more control?
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Quote by strat0blaster
And the first one is still the best. The newer games are too automatic for me. There was that aspect of it initially, but the newer ones take it to a whole new level. There should be MORE control in a 3D environment - not less. Super Mario 64 was a great example of this.
Yeah, I get what you mean (although I enjoyed Mario 64 quite a bit).

I actually have the Sonic and Knuckles game for PC from the 90's, as well as Sonic Racing (which I pwned at).

I noticed the other day they have a label saying "Y2K" with a checkmark next to it. Makes me feel old when I have games saying they were approved for the supposed crash of modern society.
#21
Quote by strat0blaster
Anteater.

Yah good call. I knew it wasn't a hegehog cause those spikes are just part of his uniform...

Who here has a hedge hog? I want one...
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#22
My brother and I used to get up at 6:30 in the morning every day to watch Sonic on the tele.

Now I don't get up until about 14:00, unless I'm forced otherwise.
#23
I loved that show
"Don't piss in my ear and tell me it's raining" - Wrex
#24
Quote by NinjaSlayHuman
Elephants and Anteaters don't have spikes.

they should, though.
Quote by AngryGoldfish
My brother and I used to get up at 6:30 in the morning every day to watch Sonic on the tele.

Now I don't get up until about 14:00, unless I'm forced otherwise.

tell me about it
#25
Quote by NinjaSlayHuman
Elephants and Anteaters don't have spikes.

Hey - if there's grass on the field, pla...

Wait a minute... That's not the right thing to say here...
Do you feel warm within your cage?

And have you figured out yet -


Life goes by?
Quote by Hydra150
There's a dick on Earth, too
It's you
#26
Quote by CoreysMonster
they should, though.

tell me about it
And everyone has a go at me for it. I tell them, I had my time getting up. Now, I'm free to be lazy.

Anyway, did you play the games on the Sega Mega-Drive?
#28
Quote by NinjaSlayHuman
I ****ing love those games. I recently bought another Megadrive on ebay when mine broke, just so the awesome could continue.
I've always tried to keep my old consoles, but every time someone offers to pay £100 for one, I can't refuse. I'm so deceitful.
#29
Quote by AngryGoldfish
And everyone has a go at me for it. I tell them, I had my time getting up. Now, I'm free to be lazy.

Anyway, did you play the games on the Sega Mega-Drive?

I must admit the only Sonic game I played was on the Sega Game-Gear. I was more of a Mario kid.
#30
Quote by CoreysMonster
I must admit the only Sonic game I played was on the Sega Game-Gear. I was more of a Mario kid.
I was more of a Sonic man. I only had a N64 - which I played a little Mario, Zelda, Perfect Dark, Golden Eye and F-Zero X on.
#31
Quote by AngryGoldfish
I was more of a Sonic man. I only had a N64 - which I played a little Mario, Zelda, Perfect Dark, Golden Eye and F-Zero X on.

Aaaaaand you've already played more games on the n64 than i did
I wasn't much of a gamer, more a cartoon and book kid
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Quote by CoreysMonster
Aaaaaand you've already played more games on the n64 than i did
I wasn't much of a gamer, more a cartoon and book kid
Books... pfftt



I was a Roald Dahl nut. I collect his books.
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Quote by AngryGoldfish
Books... pfftt



I was a Roald Dahl nut. I collect his books.

DUDE.
His and the Narnia books practically raised me

Mr. and Mrs. Twit, anyone?
#34
^^ MushroomEDIT: Mr. and Mrs. Twit was one of the first books I read at school!

Quote by AngryGoldfish
Books... pfftt



I was a Roald Dahl nut. I collect his books.





Supporting Norwegian writers, hells yeah!

On the actual topic, how can one not have enjoyed the marvel that was Sonic?


S t a i r s s r i a t S

Last edited by MushroomBomb at Oct 22, 2009,
#35
Quote by CoreysMonster
DUDE.
His and the Narnia books practically raised me

Mr. and Mrs. Twit, anyone?


What about that one with the pheasants? I had it on audiobook and we listened to it on basically every long car journey.

Danny the Champion of the World, is that it?
#36
Quote by CoreysMonster
DUDE.
His and the Narnia books practically raised me

Mr. and Mrs. Twit, anyone?

The Twits were awesome
#37
Quote by NinjaSlayHuman
What about that one with the pheasants? I had it on audiobook and we listened to it on basically every long car journey.

Danny the Champion of the World, is that it?

I must admit that I do not know.

I grew up on "witches" and "charlie and the chocolate factory"
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Quote by NinjaSlayHuman
What about that one with the pheasants? I had it on audiobook and we listened to it on basically every long car journey.

Danny the Champion of the World, is that it?


Danny, the Champion of the World was epic. Almost as epic as Fantastic Mr. Fox


S t a i r s s r i a t S

#40
Quote by CoreysMonster
DUDE.
His and the Narnia books practically raised me

Mr. and Mrs. Twit, anyone?
Did you like the films?

What about His Dark Materials trilogy by Pullman?

Quote by MushroomBomb
^^ MushroomEDIT: Mr. and Mrs. Twit was one of the first books I read at school!





Supporting Norwegian writers, hells yeah!

On the actual topic, how can one not have enjoyed the marvel that was Sonic?
So many people spell it Road Dahl and not Roald Dahl.

Quote by NinjaSlayHuman
What about that one with the pheasants? I had it on audiobook and we listened to it on basically every long car journey.

Danny the Champion of the World, is that it?
Yeah, I have that one: Danny, the Champion of the World
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