Popcorn wrote:More particularly: why weren't they doing this when they were good?
Kogen wrote:no one else can ever do something else anyone else ever did.
Kogen wrote:So if they make a sequel to Burning Rangers, even though it's the same guy who worked on it, we should all commit mass suicide. Because no one else can ever do something else anyone else ever did.
"It is very hard, even for me, to see how Sonic Team will be in the future," he says. "When Naka-san left, it was a very difficult era for us. Sonic Team equals Naka-san and Naka-san equals Sonic Team so it was very challenging without him. We enjoyed last year because the 360 and PS3 brought new challenges to Sonic Team but we don't even know if we will be called 'Sonic Team' in the future. That will depend on whether someone can take over from Naka-san and work in his style with future Sonic titles. We don't even know who that will be at this stage; it could be me but we don't yet know.
FlashTHD wrote:That bold part is slightly creepy, though, it hints that him leaving might indeed have had a nasty impact on 06's development in some way.
DackAttac wrote:There are casual, self-mutilating, but ultimately fun-minded gamers who will look me in the eye and tell me Shadow was worth the money.
DackAttac wrote:But the people who like S06 are a rare breed, and most have just accepted the fact that their preference probably unveils a sort of deep-seated set of sadomasochistic tendencies.
FlashTHD wrote:it married his two great loves of video gaming: Sonic games and blowing shit up.
Green Gibbon! wrote:I think alot of people don't understand that Sega is dead. Like, literally, it's past tense.
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