SONIC 1 TOKYO TOY SHOW PROTOTYPE (possible remake by me)

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  1. darkspire17

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    side by side

    http://darkspire17.deviantart.com/gallery/
    my DA gallery where i have been showing my sprites off
     
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  2. Zant

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    I bet you drx found the real thing lol, but it is always nice to see fan projects because it is something new
     
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    heh. drx im prety sure has every beta ever. he probably woks for the illuminati
     
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    PixelButts Site Soldier

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    I would honestly put 5 bucks on this as a bet
     
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    it probaly is true. DRX is qiute secretive

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    i allso tryed to make a hoax with scanlines

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    animation test for the new sprites
     
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  6. LoliconGuy_2

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    I don't think shifting the head's position might be a good idea.
    Let me explain why: Sonic CD is obviously based over Sonic 1, but, probably on a prototype version of its source code. Think about it: Lots of objects seen in Sonic 1 re-written from scratch (the giant ring for the special stages, the debug mode speed and controls...), and most importantly: Sonic's walk/run frames are exactly the same as Sonic 1, just that they doesn't shift the head. If my information is correct, Hirokazu Yasuhara or whatever artist in charge of Sonic's sprites, didn't felt happy at all with how its sprites looked, even when the game was getting closer to the final release. Who knows if the final shifting was merely a tiny detail added so Sonic gives more impression of movement? Mind you, in Sonic CD it looks quite static
     
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    the head was shifter. ive compared mine to the original screenshots
    and its not for CD
     
  8. GigaDrive

    GigaDrive Enthusiastic Member

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    So what we're talking about is the prototype that was shown in Electronic Gaming Monthly issue 13 from August 1990.

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    Yakumo Pillar of the Community *****

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    So Sonic is similar to Wonder Boy? I bet who ever wrote that feels like a right tit now. True 90s write anything journalism.
     
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    thanks for the EGM scans buddy :p. ive got incontact with someone who has goten 7 layers of scolling to work (sadly for sega CD)loliconguy
     

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