Sonic the Hedgehog Encyclo-speed-ia (Deluxe Edition): 30 Years of Sonic the Hedgehog

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Sonic the Hedgehog Encyclo-speed-ia (Deluxe Edition): 30 Years of Sonic the Hedgehog

Sonic the Hedgehog Encyclo-speed-ia (Deluxe Edition): 30 Years of Sonic the Hedgehog

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Ominous Visual Glitch: His aura occasionally has a glitch-like effect in some spots. The official Sonic Youtube channel's upload of his theme also has the image glitching out. His virtual reality constructs have the same glitching effect. Just before the final level of the game, Eggman is able to make him vanish like his constructs by recalling the Phantom Ruby, implying that part or all of his physical form had become a phantom construct. Boss Remix: An instrumental version of his theme song plays during the first two boss fights with him. King Shahryar's entry states " He mistakes Sonic for the Ma Djinn forces of Erazor." In Sonic and the Secret Rings, this never happens (not even in an implicit manner), with Shahryar merely finding Sonic insolent. We Can Rule Together: Eggman offers this to Infinite after a fight with him, and Infinite accepted the offer. His ultimate fate after the final battle was left ambiguous until the Encyclo-speed-ia came out, in which it was revealed that he and his prototype were "consumed by the original Phantom Ruby."

The book states " Unique to this outing, all of the bosses are fought on the run." This is untrue, however, as the Super Eggrobo Z remains entirely stationary during its boss fight in the game.Hero Killer: Downplayed in that the only people he actually kills are the Avatar's teammates, but he effortlessly defeats other powerful characters such as Sonic, Silver, and Omega. An unmasked Infinite is on the receiving end of this to Shadow in Eggman's Facility in Mystic Jungle, which would lead to his Start of Darkness and him becoming Infinite. Super Smash Bros. Series: A summarization of the Sonic series appearances in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Infinite: ( To the Avatar) I can taste your terror, child. All that anxiety and doubt... it's delicious. ( Fires an energy blast in front of the Avatar, intentionally missing just to startle them) Give in to your fear. Flee, screaming, and I'll let you live. ( Evil Laugh) Living Shadow: He resembles one quite well, especially when his Battle Aura is activated, and bears some similarities to Blaze's concept art ◊.

Smug Super: Infinite has a bigger ego than Sonic and Shadow combined, and has all the power to justify it now. He was a relatively weak Miles Gloriosus originally. Infinite: [notices his hand shaking] I... I'm shaking... Me!? Me... Afraid...!? Urgh. Pathetic!? Me... he's calling ME weak!? No! I am not weak! I'm... I'm not. I'm not weak! I AM NOT WEEEEAAAAAAK! URRRAAAAAAAAAAAGHH! Bring It: Makes this gesture to Sonic at the beginning of their final battle, right before growing to giant size.Pride: Infinite appropriately has this as his true Fatal Flaw, with all the other sins discussed here meant to affirm it. Infinite believes himself to be the most powerful being who ever lived, constantly looks down upon his enemies and brags about how powerful he is, and is so rife with overconfidence to the point of believing he's invincible, which leads to him screwing over Eggman's plans on multiple occasions, to the point that Eggman pulls a You Have Failed Me when Sonic and the Avatar beat him for the final time. Ax-Crazy: He hides it well, but it's pretty clear that Infinite is quite unhinged underneath it all, as he relishes in causing death and destruction. In the final issue of the tie-in comic, when Infinite strikes the Phantom Ruby with his sword, he's shown what he desires most: a desolate, destroyed world, implying that he was crazy even before he gained the Ruby's power. Despite both the "levels" and "boss appearances in Zones" portions of the Tails Adventure section listing the boss of Volcanic Tunnel as the Mecha Golem, and the boss of Cavern Island as the Mecha Golem (5-gou), their sprites are erroneously captioned with the other's name. Create Your Own Villain: He was hired by Eggman to protect the facility the Phantom Ruby was being studied in — then Shadow rolled around and mercilessly crushed him. Infinite was so taken by terror and humiliation that he more or less sold his soul for the sake of power, giving himself over to Eggman to become the Ruby's testing grounds.

Lust: Infinite takes pleasure in spreading chaos and destruction wherever he goes, and was shown in the game's prequel comic to have already dreamed of a world in ruin before he even joined Dr. Eggman. In Metal Madness' section, it states: " His glowing weak points change color, showing which skill type he's currently immune to." The " immune to." fragment is accidentally also added to the end of the Metal Overlord's description, leaving a broken sentence.Seven Deadly Sins: Fitting his role as a Classic Villain and Hate Sink, Infinite embodies all the cardinal sins throughout the game: Drunk on the Dark Side: It's pretty clear he's drunk with power and loves lording it over everyone else and abusing it to no end. Though slightly unusually for this trope, he's more of a Cold Ham. Unfortunately for him, he's so caught up in his own power and believed superiority that he makes serious mistakes that screw him and Eggman over on multiple occasions. Seaside Hill. Game Banana. Archived from the original on 21 December 2021. Retrieved on 21 December 2021. The entry states that Sir Lancelot comments on the similarity of the Red Dragon with the Biolizard. This is wrong, as Sonic is the one who comments on the resemblance with him recalling the events of Sonic Adventure 2, and illogical as Lancelot has no in-universe reason to know the Biolizard.

The Japanese Wii U release date is listed as "May 15, 2013" instead of 2014, while the Japanese PS3 release date is correct. Though the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions were released on the same day in North America and Europe, it isn't specified that out of the two, only the PS3 version was released in Japan. Power Crystal: The source of Infinite's power is the gem on his chest, a finalized version of the Phantom Ruby prototypes created by Eggman. Infinite: For you, perhaps. He's beaten you for decades, but I defeated him in our first encounter. Infinite: ( To the Avatar) Fine, I will teach you fear, then pain, and then... Well, at least the fear and pain will end.The screenshot used to illustrate the Dream Fencing event from Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games instead uses a screenshot of the same event from Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games. SONIC THE HEDGEHOG ENCYCLO-SPEED-IA HC (DELUXE EDITION). Dark Horse Books. Archived from the original on 24 November 2021. Retrieved on 24 November 2021. BumbleKast for March 23rd, 2022 - Standard Q&A Podcast with Ian Flynn. YouTube. BumbleKing Videos (23 March 2022). Retrieved on 23 March 2022. Recurring Boss: You fight Infinite three times throughout the game. The first fight is with Sonic, the second fight is with the Avatar, and the final battle is with Sonic and the Avatar together.



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