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WARNING!!! : Possible seizures may be experienced during this movie. PLEASE view with caution! Also, be sure your volume is NOT high. Sound has been amplified.

...SQFP...the sequel to S3&K..for those of you know didn't figure it out by now... Originally this was supposed to be attached onto SQFP3.3, but due to bug issues, it was not possible. Enjoy...and maybe someday...this series will be remembered for it's good times...


Best animation EVER ! & Best Sonic Fight ever !

P.S. I want name of music :(

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This project started 11 years ago, and is still, in my opinion, the first true good Sonic fan series.
I watched the whole series again from the beginning, for the first time in a couple of years.
My body has been shaking for the past few hours as i remember how much i loved these types of videos when i was a few years younger.
"Enjoy...and maybe someday...this series will be remembered for it's good times..."
Fuck yes, it will.
Dream Forever.

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LgdVegetto responds:

:) ..

Looking back at this, the nostalgia. Oh how I wish I could have done a new series with all the improvements I've made over the years since SQFP concluded.

It's shocking to see that the series is actually being remembered though. It truly surprises me that after all these years, people still come back to see it. Yet... I know I could do soooo much better now. Perhaps one day I'll do something new to do the Sonic franchise pure, and closely canonical justice.

I like how Sigma thinks he's winning near the end, only to be massacred by a barrage of mega attacks. I also love the beginning when Sonic transforms, you can just hear the RAW power from his screams, it suits the situation perfectly :) Infinite/5 from me :D

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so epic I vote over 9000

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The Coolest Sonic Movie ever!!!!

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4.25 / 5.00

Feb 17, 2006
5:25 PM EST
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