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Amazing New 3d Sonic Homebrew

Discussion in 'Saturn Dev' started by itsstillthinking, May 29, 2017.

  1. itsstillthinking

    itsstillthinking New Member

    Out of no where someone started development on a fully 3d Sonic game For the saturn. While very much in the testing stages it's still really cool and runs at a good frame rate with large levels and enemies. Thought i share it
    Video on ssf

    Video on Real Saturn Hardware
     
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  2. jollyroger

    jollyroger New Member

    Looks nice, best of luck to the developer!

    Jolly
     
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  3. SegaSaturnShrine

    SegaSaturnShrine New Member

    That's awesome! Looks like it has a lot of potential. It looks like finally the Saturn might be getting a proper Sonic title :p
     
  4. itsstillthinking

    itsstillthinking New Member

    While not as amazing as the work you did, we can sit and appreciate the effort this guy did and the fact that this was besides using Jo Engine was built from scratch.
     
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  5. jollyroger

    jollyroger New Member

    I have a lot of respect for anyone who puts in the effort and does something nice.
    It already looks way better than the v40 X-Treme engine, which was never coded appropriately for the Saturn, and was never completed...
    Kudos to XL2
     
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  6. itsstillthinking

    itsstillthinking New Member

    Very true! hey jolly, think anytime this year you might work just a tad on xtreme? not trying to pester just curious :)
     
  7. jollyroger

    jollyroger New Member

    Maybe later this year. I was tempted to get the Cartdev out of storage to do some performance experiments with the VDP1 and the SCU DSP...
     
  8. itsstillthinking

    itsstillthinking New Member

    No rush was just wondering :), if so look forward to the results!
     
    Last edited: Jun 1, 2017
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  9. mrkotfw

    mrkotfw New Member

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