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Thread: Sage 2010

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    Default Sage 2010

    I was looking around on youtube after seeing the Sonic 2 XL mod and I came across something unusual, Its called Sage (Sonic Amteur Game Expo) Where fans display there fan-made games of sonic the hedgehog. Check it out:
    http://sagexpo.org/ (Also looks like sega helps fund it)


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    ^ Yeah, that's been around for quite some time now. There's been a variety of interesting ones that have been created. A lot of them are unfinished I believe. I don't know if any of them are as good in quantity and quality as Sonic Megamix.

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    It must be difficult making a sonic game though...


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    There is a huge community online for making Sonic fan games and hacks, loads of projects, including using 3D engines. I've always been interested in making my own, but I wouldn't know where to start!

    Probably the most well known one is the Sonic 2 HD remake, which was looking promising, although I dunno if they are still working on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CapnCloudchaser View Post
    Probably the most well known one is the Sonic 2 HD remake, which was looking promising, although I dunno if they are still working on it.
    http://forums.sonicretro.org/index.php?showforum=42

    Still being worked on slowly. The project pisses off a lot of people because of its status of a community project yet the main development is closed. It took weeks to make a tree in Hill Top Zone!

    But yeah, it's still around.

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    Hrm, sounds like it'll probably never get complete then o_O

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    I was looking at some SAGE 2009 videos. There were some great hacks/remakes/mods on there :D


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gonic View Post
    It must be difficult making a sonic game though...
    Too easy.. too easy... too easy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reknoc View Post
    Too easy.. too easy... too easy...
    For some maybe. Not everyone finds it 'too easy'


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    Moving this to SEGA Related Events, because it is

    And yeah, Sonic 2 HD looks awesome. Can't wait for that.

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