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  1. #41


    my first sonic game was sonic Adventure

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    My first Sonic game was Sonic 2 for the SEGA Genesis.

  3. #43


    Sonic the Hedgehog on Genesis. I was working at Blockbuster the day it was released. Every employee was gathered around the t.v. when I walked in. Never forget it.

  4. #44


    Sonic 1 got it xmas of 92 it was a great day

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    Sonic Adventure 2

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    THAT I'VE SEEN: Sonic The Hedgehog 2
    THAT I PLAYED: The Sonic Adventure demo on the Dreamcast Generator Vol. 2 disc

  7. #47


    Sonic 1 on the Master System

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt2e1cpc View Post
    Sonic 1 on the Master System
    Same here, and it is my favourite Sonic game to this day.

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    Interesting, I thought I had replied to this thread, but apparently not.
    I don't remember a lot, but the first Sonic game I ever played was probably Sonic Heroes on PS2.

    Although, I do remember dying way too many times on the final part with the gravity switches on Mystic Mansion, and constantly falling in the gap on Egg Albatross.
    Good times

  10. #50


    Sonic 1 or 2 i dont quite remember

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