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Posted by Vger, Oct.27, 2011, under Community, Other, Comments (5)

With SEGA recently saying that they have no plans to bring out more games featuring classic Sonic I thought now was a good time to ask the question do people really want to see more classic Sonic? Poll can be found in the usual place on the right... and now for last weeks results... after the jump.In answer to the poll Which rival are you most looking forward to in Sonic Generations? Silver cam last with 8 votes, next was Shadow with 12 votes and way out in the lead is Metal Sonic with 25 votes. I can't really blame people for the result we haven't really had Metal Sonic in a proper Sonic game since Sonic Heroes.

5 Comments

ValorB

October 28, 2011 at 2:54 pm

MOAR SONEEK GAAAAAMEZ 8D


Shadowbane2009

October 30, 2011 at 4:49 am

“touche'” Hey ValorB….got a comic on that Wii U yet?


ValorB

October 30, 2011 at 2:45 pm

@Shadowbane2009 I have no pen tablet, when I get another, I will start drawing comics again. :c


Shadowbane2009

October 30, 2011 at 10:19 pm

I seriously need one of those pen tablets too…I have a real old one that was used back in the ole days of Windows 98…and blessed be Microsoft to not ever support old shit…and they wonder why we torrent, phreak…and tweak!


Darkgun

November 6, 2011 at 6:04 am

As much as I enjoy the nostalgia and challenge of classic Sonic gameplay, I have to say I enjoy the continued forward stride of modern Sonic’s level design. That said, I wouldn’t mind seeing Classic Sonic referenced, but if he were to not appear, I wouldn’t be too torn up over it. It would kind of be a “Aw, what a shame,” thirty second thoughts. Maybe even a minute, at most.

Also, I can’t find the poll, for some reason.


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