Dream Era

aka Dreamer

  • I live in Amuse me. Three shots each.
  • I was born on July 24
  • My occupation is Oppurtunist for sale!
  • I am Like you'd know...
  • Dream Era

                Hello, fellow Sonic fans, happy 2015, it is I, Dream Era, though some of you might know me on YouTube as Dreamer.

                Now if anyone of you knew me on Sonic News Network (SNN), you might recall a series of Sonic reviews I’d had posted. They covered most of the console Sonic games I’d owned, excluding some spin-offs here and there, as well as Heroes-06. They were simple thoughts on what I thought made them so great.

                Well, most of those reviews are actually quite old, some even having been crafted in say, 2011. As a result, most of them are incredibly out-dated, and with Sonic Boom out, I guess it’s only right to take a look back at the original Sonic the Hedgehog. With that said, time for my Sonic marathon!


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  • Dream Era

    Of all places, why the Nintendo Wiki? Simple. I don't think you guys will ban me from the wiki because I'm doing blog reviews. Besides, Sonic and Nintendo essentially og hand in hand, what with the partnership and such, as well as Sonic Boom being out, I'd say it's a good idea to go ahead and give my full throughts Sega's Sonic the Hedgehog. If you are (for whatever reason) interested, then be sure to look out for the following games;

    Sonic the Hedgehog (SMD/VC)

    Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (SMD/VC)

    Sonic the Hedgehog 3 (SMD/VC)

    Sonic Adventure (SDC/GCN)

    Sonic Adventure 2 (SDC/GCN)

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  • Dream Era

    Most people by now are well aware of the war between Sega and Nintendo. And I'm not just talking about the 16-Bit wars. I'm talking about even today. So here and now, I'll declare who I think is the overall winner of the war.


    Sega was an experienced game company, where it found itself home in the arcades and even in a few noteworthy competitors to the Atari.

    Nintendo, however, was once an entertainment company, based around card games, taxi services, love hotels and such. However, around the late or early 80's, their president decided to tear Nintendo down and rework it as a gaming company. With the immediate success of the NES, the gaming industry was revived, and Sega was sparked to try again. The Sega Master System(SMS) was desig…

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