History VideoGame / SonicRushSeries

5th Feb '16 10:02:26 AM Arbitrarily
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* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: Rush Adventure has Johnny Emerald Races. And the bastards cheats the WHOLE RACE. He cannot be hurt by the player, he can hurt the player, he can drop bombs and fire missiles, has no health bar and a seemingly unlimited boost gauge. On the sixth emerald race, you are going to be so frustrated that your only desire is to break the game card and burn its pieces.
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* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: Rush Adventure has Johnny Emerald Races. And the bastards cheats the WHOLE RACE. He cannot be hurt by the player, he can hurt the player, he can drop bombs and fire missiles, has no health bar and a seemingly unlimited boost gauge. On the sixth emerald race, you are going to be so frustrated that your only desire is to break the game card and burn its pieces. The game intends for you to fully upgrade your vehicle in order to win.

** Huge Crisis and Dead Line from the first game.
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** Huge Crisis and Dead Line from the first game. Altitude Limit as well, but it's more sky based.

** Huge Crisis and Dead Line from * FungusHumongous: Plant Kingdom, the first game.opening stage in ''Adventure''.

** Huge Crisis * LethalLavaLand: [[spoiler:Deep Core, the setting for the final battle with Eggman and Dead Line from the first game.Eggman Nega deep underground.]]

* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly: As Hideki Naganuma composed for the first game, it carries his trademark hodgepodge of genres and samples. ''Rush Adventure'' didn't have him as a composer, though its soundtrack mimics his style anyway.
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* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly: As Hideki Naganuma composed for the first game, it carries his trademark hodgepodge of genres and samples. ''Rush Adventure'' didn't have him as a composer, though some of its soundtrack mimics his style anyway.

* OneHitKill: Most of the bosses in the first game have an instant-kill attack. Fortunately, they're usually heavily telegraphed, and Eggman prefaces them with a unique audio cue ("Get ready to be schooled!").
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* OneHitKill: Most of the bosses in the first game have an instant-kill attack. Fortunately, they're usually heavily telegraphed, and Eggman prefaces them with a unique audio cue ("Get ready to be schooled!"). ''Adventure'' only has one from the final part of the Ghost Titan, though it isn't a major deal.

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* OneHitKill: Most OxygenatedUnderwaterBubbles: Present in ''Rush'' as per usual, but unusually absent in ''Adventure''. This isn't too much of a problem though, as while the bosses in the first latter game have an instant-kill attack. Fortunately, they're usually heavily telegraphed, and Eggman prefaces has more underwater sections, almost all of them with a unique audio cue ("Get ready to be schooled!").are brief.

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* OneHitKill: Most of the bosses {{Prehistoria}}: Plant Kingdom in the first game have an instant-kill attack. Fortunately, they're usually heavily telegraphed, and Eggman prefaces them ''Adventure'', while not this in time period, has this feel with a unique audio cue ("Get ready to be schooled!").giant plant life and all the enemies being prehistoric beings such as dinosaurs, including the stage's boss.

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* OneHitKill: Most of the bosses SpaceZone: Dead Line in the first game have an instant-kill attack. Fortunately, they're usually heavily telegraphed, and Eggman prefaces them with a unique audio cue ("Get ready to be schooled!").''Rush''.

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* OneHitKill: Most of the bosses UndergroundLevel: Coral Cave in the first game have an instant-kill attack. Fortunately, they're usually heavily telegraphed, and Eggman prefaces them with a unique audio cue ("Get ready to be schooled!").''Adventure''.
25th Jan '16 3:44:04 AM aye_amber
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* WrongGenreSavvy: Marine is convinced ''she's'' the hero and ''Sonic, Tails and Blaze'' are her sidekicks. [[RantInducingSlight Blaze gets fed up with it eventually]].
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* WrongGenreSavvy: Marine is convinced ''she's'' the hero and ''Sonic, Tails and Blaze'' are her sidekicks. [[RantInducingSlight Blaze gets fed up with it eventually]].eventually.]]
13th Jan '16 12:37:12 PM Perseus
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* ThemeNaming: All of the boss mechs in ''Adventure'' are named "Ghost ___" [[spoiler:with the exception of the TrueFinalBoss, [[HijackedByGanon Egg]] Wizard]].
2nd Jan '16 1:30:27 PM nombretomado
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Sega have all but admitted that the DS version of ''VideoGame/SonicColors'' (2010) can be considered an unofficial third installment in the series.[[note]]Additionally, the Nintendo3DS version of SonicGenerations can be considered an unofficial fourth installment as well.[[/note]]
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Sega have all but admitted that the DS version of ''VideoGame/SonicColors'' (2010) can be considered an unofficial third installment in the series.[[note]]Additionally, the Nintendo3DS version of SonicGenerations ''VideoGame/SonicGenerations'' can be considered an unofficial fourth installment as well.[[/note]]
1st Dec '15 7:48:13 PM nombretomado
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The ''Sonic Rush'' series is a pair of games in Creator/{{Sega}}'s ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' franchise developed by Sonic Team with Creator/{{Dimps}} and released for the NintendoDS: ''Sonic Rush'' (2005) and ''Sonic Rush Adventure'' (2007). Both games are similar to the ''VideoGame/{{Sonic Advance|Trilogy}}'' trilogy in that they are reminiscent of the classic side-scrollers for the [[SegaGenesis Mega Drive/Genesis]].
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The ''Sonic Rush'' series is a pair of games in Creator/{{Sega}}'s ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' franchise developed by Sonic Team with Creator/{{Dimps}} and released for the NintendoDS: ''Sonic Rush'' (2005) and ''Sonic Rush Adventure'' (2007). Both games are similar to the ''VideoGame/{{Sonic Advance|Trilogy}}'' trilogy in that they are reminiscent of the classic side-scrollers for the [[SegaGenesis [[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Mega Drive/Genesis]].
22nd Oct '15 6:37:58 PM nombretomado
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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Some people still call Marine "Marin", maybe by relation with [[TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening another character who woke up a shipwrecked hero]].
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* SpellMyNameWithAnS: Some people still call Marine "Marin", maybe by relation with [[TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaLinksAwakening another character who woke up a shipwrecked hero]].
1st Sep '15 2:35:07 PM InfinityAlex
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzG0GO3U55g Vela-Nova]], the music that plays during the DuelBoss between Sonic and Blaze also counts, especially the soundtrack version. It certainly doesn't like they're fighting.
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzG0GO3U55g Vela-Nova]], the music that plays during the DuelBoss between Sonic and Blaze also counts, especially the soundtrack version. It certainly doesn't sound like they're fighting.
1st Sep '15 2:34:07 PM InfinityAlex
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* DefrostingIceQueen: Blaze.
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* DefrostingIceQueen: Blaze.Blaze, which is ironic given her pyrokinesis.
2nd Jul '15 7:21:33 AM MagBas
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unpleasable fanbase is Flame Bait
Like the ''Advance'' trilogy, the two games received a solid reception despite the UnpleasableFanbase. Sega have all but admitted that the DS version of ''VideoGame/SonicColors'' (2010) can be considered an unofficial third installment in the series.[[note]]Additionally, the Nintendo3DS version of SonicGenerations can be considered an unofficial fourth installment as well.[[/note]]
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Like the ''Advance'' trilogy, the two games received a solid reception despite the UnpleasableFanbase. Sega have all but admitted that the DS version of ''VideoGame/SonicColors'' (2010) can be considered an unofficial third installment in the series.[[note]]Additionally, the Nintendo3DS version of SonicGenerations can be considered an unofficial fourth installment as well.[[/note]]
24th May '15 11:12:06 PM foxley
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* PirateGirl: [[GenkiGirl Marine the Raccon]] from ''Adventure'' is a captain of her own pirate ship, whose group antagonizes Captain Whisker, an evil pirate.
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