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Sonic V.S. Super Sonic 1

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Nov 4, 2005 | 5:59 AM EST

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First of all to clear things up, I know Archie Comics already used this idea in one of their stories but I hated the way they turned a good idea into a corny storyline with a shit ending so here’s the same basic idea turned into a much cooler story. If you like plenty of action (and a little bit of humour) then sit back and get ready for the very first episode of the Sonic VS Super Sonic series!

P.S: Sorry I didn’t submit this with the movie. I’ll try to keep everything together in future. (Please don’t vote me down because of it!)

P.S.S: All copyright Sonic characters belong to Sega and Sonic Team (as if we didn’t know that already).



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Average... Needs inprovement but nice try...

Storyline wise it needs brushing up. It has no closure really and the part where Sonic and Super Sonic detached bodies can become unclear to some unless you make it more "idiot-proof". Byt the way you used the sprites in this animation was impressive. Only flaw is that you did it with 12.5 frames a second. This can bore the spectator's eye and obviously chop the animation up. Try 25 frames a second (30's only for people who got the balls to animate that many frames. 30 frames per second is pretty smooth and a ball braker to animate with). 25 fps and a better storyline structuring. Otherwise it gets a 7 for coolness! It actually looked like Sonic Spinball in some scenes. I loved that!

Try again and i'm sure that you'll get an awesome mark for your next one!

Vixin-McCloud responds:

There are two types of people in the world: those that can count and those that can’t. The movie wasn’t made in 12.5 fps, it was made in 15. I didn’t see the need to speed it up because one, when I did speed the frame rate, none of the sounds were synching properly; and two, I didn’t want the whole movie to be over in three seconds. I reckon I made it fast enough to keep the fighting intense, but not so fast that people get lost easily. Also, like any kind of spoof, it requires some background understanding, no matter how much “idiot-proofing” you put into it. As I said earlier, I didn’t have much on the storyline to begin with because I wanted the movie to start off like a regular 2D Sonic game. Break in, fight robots, beat Eggman. Not much of a story to it, but the story should pick up as it goes. Thanks for your advice though.


Rated 0 / 5 stars

you mean, sonic is going to fight himself?

thats just creepy.

Vixin-McCloud responds:

ALL new things are creepy to someone! I really hate empty claims! You’ve gone and blammed me just because “it’s creepy”! You never told me why it’s creepy, and judging by the massive amount of zeros in your ratings, has told me that you either didn’t notice or didn’t care how much work was put into this! Next time, if you go tell someone it’s creepy, say why, damnit!