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  1. #201
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    I actually enjoyed the first 13 episodes x) Sadly I had fallen behind in catching the others, but a DVD option sounds like a good idea if they for sone reason couldn't have Boomerang in their house.

    I won't necessarily pre-order it myself, but I'm pretty sure it'll end up in my hands at some point or other.

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    Can't argue at 10 for 13 episodes of Sonic Boom. These days, though, I'm fond of having anything animation related on Blu-Ray, so the lack of a HD option stings a bit, especially as Boom does look rather good in HD.

    Still, gonna buy it. Need to let SEGA know that DVDs are a viable option still...maybe then they'll release the full Sonic X series over here as well.

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    Yeah I've quite enjoyed watching some of these Sonic Boom episodes as well and as Gavvie stated you can't really argue with 10. I don't know why but I always get a nostalgic feeling when watching Sonic Boom about the Donkey Kong Country cartoon shown on Foxkids in the early 2000's. It reminds me of that show beyond the obvious 'its got computer animated animals in it'

    could be the setting maybe!

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    Sonic Boom's cast have style, grace and sometimes funny faces. It checks out.
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    So, I've been off from work these last two weeks and during that time, while channel surfing, I stumbled across an episode of Sonic Boom.

    It...Wasn't completely awful! Although it might have helped that the two stories in the half hour episode were both Dr. Eggman focused and I have a soft spot for the Doc. (Sonic and Eggman swap bodies because of reasons, later Eggman's minions wake up with no memory of the previous day and a missing Eggman.)

    Mike Pollock does a great job in bringing him to life - massively upstaging everyone else involved in the franchise.

    I imagine that if I'd caught an episode focusing on Sonic and his pals then I'd be less impressed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaito-kun View Post
    So, I've been off from work these last two weeks and during that time, while channel surfing, I stumbled across an episode of Sonic Boom.

    It...Wasn't completely awful! Although it might have helped that the two stories in the half hour episode were both Dr. Eggman focused and I have a soft spot for the Doc. (Sonic and Eggman swap bodies because of reasons, later Eggman's minions wake up with no memory of the previous day and a missing Eggman.)

    Mike Pollock does a great job in bringing him to life - massively upstaging everyone else involved in the franchise.

    I imagine that if I'd caught an episode focusing on Sonic and his pals then I'd be less impressed.
    Then you'd be surprised to know that most of the Boom Episodes are just that. I haven't seen all the episodes but for the most part, Eggman is usually involved and he does a great job in them!

    Overall, the cartoon has been doing really good and I have to kind of admit that I'm a little bit excited for season 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quills on Wheels View Post
    Overall, the cartoon has been doing really good and I have to kind of admit that I'm a little bit excited for season 2.
    Well that's good to hear. I doubt I'll watch much more of it, but it seemed serviceable and if the fans like it then I guess that's a good thing too.

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    With Booms release on the Wii U, it left a sour taste in my mouth. Did they not learn from Sonic'06? So I've been avoiding the Boom universe like the plague because of it. I guess that's an unfair thing to do, but yeah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gonic View Post
    With Booms release on the Wii U, it left a sour taste in my mouth. Did they not learn from Sonic'06?
    SEGA? Learn...?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gonic View Post
    So I've been avoiding the Boom universe like the plague because of it. I guess that's an unfair thing to do, but yeah.
    I've heard the game was awful.

    ...Then again, the last good Sonic game was released 5 years ago.

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    I saw a video on the first world of Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice. Sanzaru Games did well on the improvements from Shattered Crystal with the gameplay tweaks and having it not be all about exploration.
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