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 1876 Super Gex, Sun, 7th Oct '12 12:53:13 PM from Not Salmon
Stoat-Dolphin Hybrid
Well, is there a YouTube link to the talking Ralph toy? It might make a good decoration for my room.
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 1877 Alex Sora 89, Sun, 7th Oct '12 12:57:19 PM from Piedmont, Italy
Myself, as drawn by me.
[up] I dunno. I guess it's a bit early for that.

[up][up][up] Oh, yeah, about Sugar Rush. I thought the game would have Mode 7 graphics (akin to the first Super Mario Kart), which, as is in the movie, get "enhanced" in the characters' perception of it. But I heard the graphics are better than that, is it true?

[EDIT: Mattonymy, before my last comment in the previous page gets forgotten, remember - I'm sorry, I never wanted to derail the thread.]

[EDIT 2: Also... Sijo, if you can, please make sure to check out the previous page as well. I posted another analysis of mine, as you seem to like those.]

edited 7th Oct '12 1:11:17 PM by AlexSora89

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 1878 Enzeru, Sun, 7th Oct '12 1:53:14 PM from Orlando, FL Ȣχಠ♥»
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I was considering getting the movie soundtrack, but I wanna save up for the DVD/Blu-ray combo pack. Still gotta try out those games.

 1879 Figment Jedi, Sun, 7th Oct '12 1:57:59 PM from The Dreamport
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Sugar Rush is from '97, so it would be contemporary with the N64 and PS1, so the graphics make sense.
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In terms of 90s Cabinet racing games, though this was the best you could get in terms of graphics

Good but nowhere NEAR the quality of Mario Kart 64
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 1881 maxwellelvis, Sun, 7th Oct '12 4:56:52 PM from undisclosed location Relationship Status: In my bunk
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[up]I think by 1997, games like Sega Rally and Cruisin' USA had come out, which had fully 3D graphics. Didn't Mario Kart 64 rely on some sprites still?
Of course, don't you know anything about ALCHEMY?!- Twin clones of Ivan the Great
Legendary Outlaw? ...Forget it.
64's courses were fully 3D, but the characters were sprites.
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 1883 Super Gex, Sun, 7th Oct '12 5:01:59 PM from Not Salmon
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Does the movie take place in any specific time period? Because I think I heard something about Sugar Rush being from the late 90s on this thread.

Also, I think that a classic-styled throwback game (like Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, Abobo's Big Adventure, and Super Meat Boy) would be the best bet for a Wreck-It Ralph tie-in game.
"i'm like the pimpmaster hustledaddy of all snippy bookshrews"

-Dave Strider
Legendary Outlaw? ...Forget it.
It takes place in the present. Hero's Duty is from 2012, so Sugar Rush is exactly half as old as Fix-It Felix Jr.
Little-known fact: the four gospels were known in their time as Wedge, Bobby Steve, Red, and Smackdaddy. — ABNDT
 1885 maxwellelvis, Sun, 7th Oct '12 5:04:44 PM from undisclosed location Relationship Status: In my bunk
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[up][up][up]Thought so. Yeah, arcade racers in '97 were graphically miles ahead of Mario Kart 64.
Of course, don't you know anything about ALCHEMY?!- Twin clones of Ivan the Great
Legendary Outlaw? ...Forget it.
Arcades have always been ahead of consoles in terms of graphics.
Little-known fact: the four gospels were known in their time as Wedge, Bobby Steve, Red, and Smackdaddy. — ABNDT
@Bagof Magic Food - Huh, that's pretty odd, I haven't heard of a game doing that. It's interesting that you can get Sugar Rush to work, but not Hero's Duty.

Oh, maybe, I hadn't thought of that. Website changes can definitely mess things up.

@Alex Sora 89 - That's cool, no worries at all! Ah, man, that stinks, too bad you couldn't play them even if you wanted to. sad

@Super Gex - That's strange that Hero's Duty suddenly stopped working for you... As for cheats, if you play through Story Mode, there's several achievements that unlock that give you codes for powerups. The only ones I've used are Ralph and Calhoun as teammates, so I don't know how the others work.

@Mattonymy - I haven't gotten around to Sugar Rush quite yet, but I'm hoping now that I'm home from vacation I'll give it a try. (I keep wanting to play Hero's Duty though. grin)

@Super Gex - There's been 3 videos of the Ralph toy posted on Tumblr: Video 1 | Video 2 | Video 3

 1888 Kyler Thatch, Sun, 7th Oct '12 5:17:36 PM Relationship Status: Don't hug me; I'm scared
literary masochist
Huh. I was not expecting to hear Japanese lyrics in Sugar Rush Speedway.

And I can't find Vanellope in it, for whatever reason.
I don't care, I'm still free
You can't take the sky from me
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[up]She's not supposed to be in the game; she's a glitch.
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 1890 Figment Jedi, Sun, 7th Oct '12 5:22:11 PM from The Dreamport
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Vannelope's glitched on the Litwak machine remember?
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 1891 Super Gex, Sun, 7th Oct '12 5:22:22 PM from Not Salmon
Stoat-Dolphin Hybrid
I wonder if anyone'll end up getting and/or leaking Ralph's 3D model? It'd be cool to use him in Source Filmmaker, especially along with the Heavy Weapons Guy from Team Fortress 2.
"i'm like the pimpmaster hustledaddy of all snippy bookshrews"

-Dave Strider
 1892 Alex Sora 89, Sun, 7th Oct '12 5:28:05 PM from Piedmont, Italy
Myself, as drawn by me.
[up] Wait for the Wii Wreck-It Ralph game.

Cue ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES!!! Ralph in Kingdom Hearts as a fan-made cutscene? Check. Ralph and Sora meeting Link and Mario? Check. And then akndjbvaj˛vbsdkjvsjajvbksvbaskbjkabrvjh—another fangasm! Not again!
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[up]If there's cameos in the Wreck-It Ralph game, it will be probably be handled like The Simpsons Game ie mainly with Lawyer-Friendly Cameo. If they couldn't get the rights to Mario and Luigi for the film, the promo game is going to have an even more expensive time.
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 1894 Sijo, Sun, 7th Oct '12 6:10:56 PM from Puerto Rico
Hmm...
@Alex Sora- gee, now I see why Apologizes a Lot is in your page description! [lol] We *hardly* derailed this thread, there's such a thing as discussing multiple (related) subjects. Maybe it's because I've seen some real trolls in my time, but I hardly find you annoying at all. Just .relax and join the party! grin

And yeah, I guessed Crumbellina's name was a (multilingual) pun, because most of the other Sugar Rush characters seem to have names like that. Still, extra points to Disney for the flavor (hah!) added to the characters. wink It could also be a reference to Thumbelina, I guess.

It might be of interest to you (and others) to know that Disney actually makes *two* versions in Spanish of their movies- one for Spain and the other for Latin America; probably because the slang and accents are different enough that it bothers some people. In Wreck-It Ralph's case the versions are titled "Rompe Ralph" (Break Ralph) for Spain, and "Ralph el Demoledor" (Ralph the Demolisher) for America. I intend to see the film in both English and Spanish (both versions run here, since Puerto Rico is a USA territory) to check out the voice acting and compare the translations. I'll of course let you know my opinions here. tongue

Oh, and about your Toy Story 3 question- Spanish Buzz simply got a Spanish accent! The other characters COULD understand what he said, but were baffled by the way he was acting (that is, like a Matador.) And the version made for Spain? From what I've heard, in it Buzz spoke in Catalonian, which is a language from a minority in that country that is actually quite hard to understand.

edited 7th Oct '12 6:23:03 PM by Sijo

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 1895 Mort 08, Sun, 7th Oct '12 8:24:04 PM from Oklahoma Relationship Status: Shipping fictional characters
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God, the song Owl City wrote for this is awesome. And believe it or not, I was hoping they'd use him. Has someone posted it here yet?

Yeah, I'd say we've got a contender for Best Original Song on our hands.

edited 7th Oct '12 8:26:22 PM by Mort08

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It's been linked to in Flash music player form in an article, but it hasn't been Youtube posted yet!
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 1897 Mort 08, Sun, 7th Oct '12 8:47:20 PM from Oklahoma Relationship Status: Shipping fictional characters
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YouTube is easier.

It's been odd how my wishes for this movie have ended up being fulfilled. I wish that they use an 8-bit Disney logo, and that's what they do. I wish that they use an Owl City song, and that's what they do.
 1898 Kyler Thatch, Sun, 7th Oct '12 8:56:39 PM Relationship Status: Don't hug me; I'm scared
literary masochist
Have you tried wishing for a million bucks? tongue
I don't care, I'm still free
You can't take the sky from me
 1899 Corr Terek, Sun, 7th Oct '12 10:00:35 PM from The Bland Line
The Permanently Confused
For each of us?
 1900 Sijo, Sun, 7th Oct '12 10:06:38 PM from Puerto Rico
Hmm...
[up][up]Don't tell her that! She'll get overrun by deer! [lol]

edited 7th Oct '12 10:07:10 PM by Sijo

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