Sega trademarks "Sonic Gems Collection"

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They also emulated Panzer Dragoon for Orta on the Xbox.

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Ahhh, but what if it's the PC version they ported?

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SegaSonic wrote:Just incase you didnt think about it.

Sonic MEGA Collection had MEGA cause it was a MEGADRIVE compilation

and since the other remaning titles are from diferent consoles its is called Sonic GEMS Collection.

oh and heres my version of the color logo :P I just so glad this game is finally coming!
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firemario1001 wrote:Ahhh, but what if it's the PC version they ported?
It was.

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If, like Virtua Fighter, the PS2 version of Sonic the Fighters is a port as opposed to an emulated game (and the presence of an ‘arcade mode’ option strongly suggests this), then does this mean Sega haven’t lost the source code of the Sonic games (or is AM2 just more organised than Sonic Team)?

If it is a port then I hope for the addition of a few new features. At the very least I’d like to see some extra characters even if they only function as alternative costumes.

Dialogue scenes that flesh out the story of Sonic’s battle in between each round would make a neat extra. Detailed character profiles on each of the fighters would suffice if adding cut-scenes proved to be too bothersome for Sonic Team (so long as they use them to explain the presence of the eighth Chaos Emerald).

^_^

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Dark Crow wrote:At the very least, Sega must be capable to emulate a Sega CD correctly for this compilation pack to be any good. The unending callings for Sonic CD are growing tiresome to my ears.
Naka seems to have some prejudice against CD because he wasn't involved in it.

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Frieza2000 wrote:
Dark Crow wrote:At the very least, Sega must be capable to emulate a Sega CD correctly for this compilation pack to be any good. The unending callings for Sonic CD are growing tiresome to my ears.
Naka seems to have some prejudice against CD because he wasn't involved in it.
Well, think of Genesis as Fight Club and CD as Project Mayhem.

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Frieza2000 wrote:
Dark Crow wrote:At the very least, Sega must be capable to emulate a Sega CD correctly for this compilation pack to be any good. The unending callings for Sonic CD are growing tiresome to my ears.
Naka seems to have some prejudice against CD because he wasn't involved in it.
That's a myth.

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Well... I believe Sega must be capable to emulate Sega CD and Model2 correctly, even because we're all able to do it with Gens and Nebula emulators. Who here never played Sonic the Fighters?

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Opa-Opa wrote:Well... I believe Sega must be capable to emulate Sega CD and Model2 correctly, even because we're all able to do it with Gens and Nebula emulators. Who here never played Sonic the Fighters?
I never played Sonic the Fighters…they never sold the Saturn here. (Yes, there was a Saturn port, I have screenshots of it in a magazine).

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Nova wrote:
Opa-Opa wrote:Well... I believe Sega must be capable to emulate Sega CD and Model2 correctly, even because we're all able to do it with Gens and Nebula emulators. Who here never played Sonic the Fighters?
I never played Sonic the Fighters…they never sold the Saturn here. (Yes, there was a Saturn port, I have screenshots of it in a magazine).
If we ever have forum awards, I nominate Nova for "Best at Never Being Wrong."

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plasticwingsband wrote:
Nova wrote:
Opa-Opa wrote:Well... I believe Sega must be capable to emulate Sega CD and Model2 correctly, even because we're all able to do it with Gens and Nebula emulators. Who here never played Sonic the Fighters?
I never played Sonic the Fighters…they never sold the Saturn here. (Yes, there was a Saturn port, I have screenshots of it in a magazine).
If we ever have forum awards, I nominate Nova for "Best at Never Being Wrong."
Irony, how the heck I was supposed to play a game that’s so weird to find. Don’t you get it?.

You didn’t get the “I’m not the kind of guy who likes to invent things just to post them in forums.â€￾ ?

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Opa-Opa wrote:Well... I believe Sega must be capable to emulate Sega CD and Model2 correctly, even because we're all able to do it with Gens and Nebula emulators. Who here never played Sonic the Fighters?
I haven't either, I was stuck with my MD.

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Nova wrote:
plasticwingsband wrote:
Nova wrote:
Opa-Opa wrote:Well... I believe Sega must be capable to emulate Sega CD and Model2 correctly, even because we're all able to do it with Gens and Nebula emulators. Who here never played Sonic the Fighters?
I never played Sonic the Fighters…they never sold the Saturn here. (Yes, there was a Saturn port, I have screenshots of it in a magazine).
If we ever have forum awards, I nominate Nova for "Best at Never Being Wrong."
Irony, how the heck I was supposed to play a game that’s so weird to find. Don’t you get it?.

You didn’t get the “I’m not the kind of guy who likes to invent things just to post them in forums.â€￾ ?
NEVER. WRONG. EVER.

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Nova wrote:
plasticwingsband wrote:
Nova wrote:
Opa-Opa wrote:Well... I believe Sega must be capable to emulate Sega CD and Model2 correctly, even because we're all able to do it with Gens and Nebula emulators. Who here never played Sonic the Fighters?
I never played Sonic the Fighters…they never sold the Saturn here. (Yes, there was a Saturn port, I have screenshots of it in a magazine).
If we ever have forum awards, I nominate Nova for "Best at Never Being Wrong."
Irony, how the heck I was supposed to play a game that’s so weird to find. Don’t you get it?.

You didn’t get the “I’m not the kind of guy who likes to invent things just to post them in forums.â€￾ ?
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I’m a attention seeker, that’s all^^

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Nova wrote:I have screenshots of it in a magazine).
No you don't.

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Nova wrote:I’m a attention seeker, that’s all^^
An.

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Nova wrote:I'm never wrong. Ever.
Oh, I know. Believe me, I know.

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Delphine wrote:
Nova wrote:I’m a attention seeker, that’s all^^
An.
See? I got your attention…

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Is this goin down the same road as Final Wotsit?

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Omni Hunter wrote:Is this goin down the same road as Final Wotsit?
Ok, lets talk why Sega is so screwed nowadays, any idea?

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Sega is run by monkeys.

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And thank you Del.

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Omni Hunter wrote:Sega is run by monkeys.
And by a crazy guy named Naka who fired Sonic creator...

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