Isuka wrote:So, I consider myself a "true Sonic fan", and I'm left with the following options to choose from: 1. Terrible game [horribly, laughably] commercially targeted at "my demographic", and 2. Mediocre-to-decent game targeted at young children.
Farmer wrote:'06 was both terrible and had the distinct aura of playtesters who didn't care.
Radrappy wrote:Personally 06 is something that should never be let alone or forgotten. It's like the holocaust of the sonic franchise.
What's alarming to me is the number of people out there ("there" being other sonic communities I guess) that seem to hold the game in high regard. It's unfathomable.
Rob-Bert wrote:Forry, but I can't help but read all your poftf with a lifp finfe you ftarted ufing that blafted S-thing.
Crowbar wrote:I thought you stopped that a while ago, PPA.
P.P.A. wrote:The level deſign was actually pretty good (albeit unplayable owing to the countleſs bugs) and probably the moſt open and—bear with me—cloſeſt to the old games of all the post-Sonic R 3D ones to date, and while the overly realiſtic ſtyle was in itſelf of courſe queſtionable, it was executed credibly as the æſthetics, (brilliant) muſic, and feel harmoniſed and even had a unique appeal to them. (Although this is ignoring the barren adventure fields and the fortunately never actually happening plot.)
To call it anything near “good” would of courſe be incomprehenſible, but it was a ſtep into the right direction. Alas, while the direction was right, it ſlipped and broke its back.
G.Silver wrote:Very quicksand?
Arcade wrote:So, I have asked this before but... Wii or DS version? I cant buy both...
Radrappy wrote:But everyone here knows the wii version is the only one worth giving a rat's ass about.
And despite what SA2/06 apologists will claim, there's a reason the game has only really received one negative review thus far because for most people it has planted a seed of hope for the future of the franchise. That's worth checking out, right?
Radrappy wrote:And despite what SA2/06 apologists will claim
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