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nyran125tk
nyran125tk

Sonics 3D gameplay, never did it for me. Maybe it needs to be way more open or something. I loved the originals

kluberpt
kluberpt

My head just exploded
Only on Nintendo :(

Love2play99
Love2play99

If they are in the world, how is it "Lost"?

DinoFarmBlake
DinoFarmBlake

It just FEELS like garbage to play these.  It's in the physics.  He just stops on a dime and sort  of LURCHES around.  Mario 64 has a more fluid feel.  The body has inertia, even though it's not about "speed."  

If you build that kind of speed you have to take a little to slow down, or if you hit the "breaks," there should be a lot of physics and natural feedback for that.  Moving sonic in these games feels like moving a cursor with an "accelerator" in those SNES games where you enter your name on a keypad with the Dpad.  

The moment at 3:53 is a perfect example.  You're going SO fast only to stop on a dime like that and LURCH your way into another direction.  It just "feels" so, so bad to play these.  Does anyone agree?  Know where I'm coming from?

To me, it's common sense.  But they need everything to look cool and cinematic and canned, so everyone gets the same experience.   Leave more to physics, natural movements, and have complexity emerge from a solid fundamental system rather than canned, scripted events.

inso-maniac
inso-maniac

looks great im still curious to see how sonic would be on the more powerful consoles like ps4 and xbone

modernrow
modernrow

I am a diabetic sir and sugar is not the best way to bring up your bloodsugar. orange juice is better so the blood sugar does not spike you lying asshat

Valcrist08
Valcrist08

wow it looks like they finally took some ideas from mario Galx

twizzickle
twizzickle

@DinoFarmBlake I'm sure they tested the physics 1000s of times and got tons of input for them to end up the way they did.