Talk:Sonic Robo Blast

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Advice

Just because there's an SRB1 page on the Wiki doesn't mean we should go all out on it. This is DW's decision to make, but these are my personal thoughts on what should come of this topic:

  • This is an SRB2 wiki. Just because SRB2's levels and such each have their own pages doesn't mean that we should go make every single Knothole Base Zone Act 1 (SRB1) page, etc. We need the manpower for SRB2 topics, anyways.
    • I'm undecided on single-page SRB1 walkthroughs, though. :)
  • Because of the above, everything about SRB1 should go on this page. Level summaries, general info and trivia, etc. This single page is an overview of SRB1, much like Sonic Robo Blast 2 is of SRB2.

Also, the reason I thought we needed this page is because that age-old question does exist with new-comers: "what is SRB1?" How should we cover SRB1? Thoughts?

--Digiku talk 16:45, 4 November 2007 (PST)

Um, Digi, there is an SRB1 remake that runs on SRB2. I've made three level articles (and a template) for that, so... –SonicMaster 17:43, 4 November 2007 (PST)

I figure that's exempt, since that SRB1 remake is under the "SRB2" umbrella, moreso. It's made on SRB2, after all. :) --Digiku talk 17:45, 4 November 2007 (PST)

I'm all for SRB1 page, honestly, and all the information the basic information that can be covered on it, though not, obviously, in the detailed manner we're trying to cover SRB2 with (Enemies/rings per level and whatnot). But certainly what levels were in it, the passwords, features, and all the like. Also, you don't have to run literally everything by me. Only real regulation changes to Style Guide/Wiki operations. X_X ~DarkWarrior Talk • Contribs 07:11, 5 November 2007 (PST)

Spoiler Tags

Do we really need spoiler tags for something like this? I mean, seriously, this game is a decade old. Never mind that one of the things in the spoiler tags, the 99 lives cheat, is practically required to play the game. -Mystic 10:06, 5 November 2007 (PST)

Oh, so I wasn't the only person using the 99-live cheat? Yayz. Anyways, it's still spoilers, you know.~Kaysakado  • Talk 11:02, 5 November 2007 (PST)

Hardly. It'd be perfectly fine without that tag. ~DarkWarrior Talk • Contribs 11:42, 5 November 2007 (PST)

Jeez, I didn't even consider the age of this game. –SonicMaster 11:55, 5 November 2007 (PST)

That's entirely understandable, the mistake could easily have been made by anyone. It's just that SRB2Wiki is built around SRB2 information, and SRB1 page is merely documentation on SRB2's history. That'd be like (hypothetically, not saying there was such a thing, of course) putting spoiler tags on some secret in a removed level back in demo 2. ~DarkWarrior Talk • Contribs 12:11, 5 November 2007 (PST)

Commodore 64

"...which can only be used if you have a Force-flux peripheral attached to your Commodore 64..."

That's a joke, right? o_O –SonicMaster 15:19, 4 December 2007 (PST)

It is. :) Since the SRB2 ultimate cheat does nothing. However, I think the SRB1 ultimate cheat is legit. Click that and then start up the game again. I believe something happens. --Digiku talk 15:27, 4 December 2007 (PST)

Draykon made up that joke. The ultimate cheat Does nothing, actually. It's a joke. Silverfan33 19:36 24 December 2007 (PST)

Flying Lab, Mechanical Mayhem and Ring Satelite?

Wrong names. The right names are Sky Lab, Mechanical Madness and Ringsatalitte (Sonikku mispelled "Ring Satelite"). I played through the game (I never finished it) and those where the names that appeared. - Silverfan33 19:04 1 January 2008 (PST)

Actually, it's spelled satellite. –SonicMaster 11:19, 1 January 2008 (PST)