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You know what I've noticed after reading a WHOLE lot of game reviews? Everyone loves the stories in Sonic the Hedgehog, but some people get sick of the "run to the finish lines" gameplay. That is why people liked Sonic Unleashed, it wasn't all just running, but moving around like in real adventures where you explore the room or something like that. One of the MAIN reasons we love Sonic and Friends so mch is because of their AWESOME plots. Why doesn't SEGA (or anybody) just TRY and make a full 3D CG movie of the blue hedgehog starring all the characters we love and know from the video games? I've been working seriously on a plot, but don't know how THAT would worl out. I don't even have the SEGA or Sonic Company E-mail add, so I can just forget it. What do you guys think?
P.S. I am really frustrated on why I can't seem to find Amy in Sonic Universe.
- ) Maybe SEGA will do something like that someday, if enough fans request it.
- ) Sonic Universe wouldn't exclude a long-time character, Sharna.
- ) Sharna, one thing I wanna get straight with you: Sonic dosen't hate Amy -- YOU do!
You REALLY Should play Sonic Battle. And Archie doesn't use Amy a lot,and Sonic Universe is for characters that Archie feels are used well enough in the comics to have their own story. I've read ans own all the Sonic Universe issues that are out,so don't you be tellin' me what their gonna do! And I don't hate Amy,I hate Sonamy.-Sharna here! Chat! Sonarna! 16:00, November 14, 2009 (UTC)
- I would prefer it as 2D animation than 3D CGI. It just seems most cartoons are 3D these days and phasing out 2D animation and fear it maybe a dying art. I would hate that. I support a new 2D Sonic movie.-- 22:30, July 4, 2013 (UTC)