You can check out the archived livestream split into several videos so you can check out which game and which compilation you’d like to see! Check out how you can continue to play the classics and highlighting the pros and cons of each collection showcased.
The past two decades have given us plenty of ways to play through the old classics. We’ll be taking a look at the different game compilations that celebrated the past two decades of the blue blur.
Sonic Mega Collection
I hadn’t planned to do any links today–as an American, my priorities of the day have been to blow things up and test out the various recipes from our drinking contest (results coming soon, btw.) However, I did hear from Iizuka last night to “write for all Sonic fan,” and I can’t really argue with that. So, all Sonic fan, here we go.
Sonic Retro News
- You may remember some “unused” music in Sonic Mega Collection found a few years ago. Turns out it’s in fact part of an odd tech demo video by CRI. [ Why is this shit in my Sonic Mega Collection? ]
- Retro members have been digging up various rare pieces of art with the intent of cleaning up and organizing a collection. Have something we don’t have in our artwork section? Feel free to join in! [ Rare Sonic Art (and restoring it) ]
- Charmy Maze is a new fangame that has players go through timed puzzle mazes. Yes, I’m as surprised by a Charmy protagonist as you are. [ Charmy Maze ]
- Ever thought Nyan Cat was great, but just not awesome enough? Good thing it’s been ported to the Mega Drive! [ Nyan Cat MD ]
- Fan of the SNES port of the 80s arcade classic Dragon’s Lair? No, I wasn’t either. Good think we were spared from this version for the Mega Drive–luckily, SegaAge has us covered for a release either way. [The Summer of Protos! ]
- So, apparently the next figure in First4Figures’ set of statuettes is of a classic Knuckles which was recently revealed on F4F’s Facebook page. Enjoy a blurry picture showing as such! [ Knuckles punching a thing ]
- SEGAbits is reporting that BBC Earth and Sega are teaming up for a new project. Personally, I hope whatever this is like the planetarium projector but with Planet Earth footage, because that would totally rule. [ SEGA and BBC Earth team up to fuse technology and nature ]
- Segashiro highlights one of Ben Heck’s forumers modifications to the Sega Game Gear: new casing, rechargable batteries, and a new 5″ screen. Looks pretty fly. [ Custom Game Gear Mod Kicks Arse! ]