Think of it what other Sonic character has such a great first year from launch(and still have 2 months left), Sonic Advance 2, Sonic Heroes, Sonic Battle, Cameo in DX, and TV show Sonic X!! I dont think Sonic did so much in 91....
Well she's cute and maybe.... well i don't want it to sound depressing but what if Sega knew they'd be shutting down soon and didn't want to tell us? Maybe Cream is in so many things so Sega could get people to like her before they might actually dissappear. Aw dang, it makes me sad thinking about it.
[glow=purple,2,300]I wonder though, anyways Sonic really only did one v/g in 91 and if I missed anything else, lemme know please[/glow]
NOTE: The Genesis in North America is the Megadrive in Europe and Japan - The Sonic the Hedgehog game for the Genesis & Megadrive is not the same as the one for the Game Gear & SMS.
Games released in 1991....
*June 23, North America - Sonic the Hedgehog (Genesis) *June, Europe - Sonic the Hedgehog (Megadrive) *July 26, Japan - Sonic the Hedgehog (Megadrive) *October 25, Brazil - Sonic the Hedgehog (Sega Master System) *December 28, Japan - Sonic the Hedgehog (Game Gear) *December, North America - Sonic the Hedgehog (Game Gear) *December, Europe - Sonic the Hedgehog (Game Gear) *Japan - Waku Waku Sonic Patrol Car (Arcade) *Japan - Sega Sonic Cosmo Fighter Galaxy Patrol (Arcade) *Japan - Sonic Eraser (Mega Modem)
By 1991, five STH titles were out in Japan, 1 for the MD, 1 for the Mega Modem, 1 for the GG, and 2 for the Arcade. All other locations worldwide had 2 STH titles.
Last Edit: Feb 21, 2004 14:32:00 GMT -5 by Viciousman
We're talking about America here, dont clutter that up with the same games, different country....
But not all English-speakers users are in the United States. You will find plenty of Canadians, British, Australians, and New Zealanders on internet forums. In addition, plenty of people from other countries that do not have English as their mother tongue hang out on English-language forums.
Therefore, its most appropriate to list by all regions in default. If you are talking only about North America, say so every time.
Also, using "America" to refer to the United States is controversial. The Latin American (someone from Mexico, Central America, and South America) considers this insulting, as another definition of "America" is North and South America together.
Last Edit: Feb 9, 2004 23:47:47 GMT -5 by Viciousman
Post by Viciousman on Feb 10, 2004 18:45:23 GMT -5
Well lets say Sonic 2's release on November 24th 1992 was the US release of Sonic 2, Tails' Birthday! Thats how we count games in general
No, I would say that the release of Sonic 2 for the Sega Master System on October 25, 1992, in Brazil would be his birthday, if every game released worldwide counts. Keep in mind that Tails is not playable in the SMS/GG game! The storyline has him kidnapped.
If you didn't count the SMS/GG game, the release of Sonic 2 for the Sega Megadrive on November 21, 1992 in Japan, would be his birthday.
If only North America games counted, Nov. 24 would indeed be his birthday!
Last Edit: Feb 10, 2004 18:54:38 GMT -5 by Viciousman