Posted by The Wax (Admin) at Saturday Nov 19 2016, 03:59 PM. One comment
A tribute to Sega and all of its franchises.
Posted by halo (Moderator) at Friday Sep 23 2016, 12:45 PM. 4 comments
originally from http://sonicparadox.net/topic/8000796/1/
- Friday Sep 23 2016, 01:25 AMRemember Sonic the Other Movie? No?
Oh. Well screw you too, then.
But coming from the same team is our second series Xonic S, the story of one Chris Selfenzert, the self-proclaimed ultimate Sonic fan, and his quest to forcibly insert himself into Sonic's adventures where he just kind of gets in the way and contributes nothing.
The first episode follows Sonic through the utterly ridiculous events to lead him from attacking the Robotnik Colossus Make-up Factory (for women) to boarding with mildly creepy super-fan Chris. Episode two will come out later this year and properly introduce Sonic-wannabe Cream and the pathologically self-aggrandizing Tails.
Written / Edited by: KyoSo
Script Editor: RecD
SilentlyVocal as Sonic / Officer 2 / "Next Time" Announcer
Time8th as Lord Robotnik / Agent Fast Flenderson / Trucker
DrawnActor as Officer Thufuz / Officer 4 / Chief
BobcatXtreme as Knuckles / Officers 3 and 5 / S-Team Driver / James
Jacks as Amy Rose / Marine / Jesse / Computer Voice
N0sSyndrome as Chris
Hieifireshadow as Tails
Naku as Cream
SooperTanzy as Cheese
There was no StOMic X.
Posted by The Wax (Admin) at Wednesday Feb 24 2016, 01:10 PM. 20 comments
Youtube Community vs. Youtube Copyright
Sonic Paradox is proud to join the WTFU movement. When we recovered the channel we found out that 90% of the Sonic Paradox videos have been falsely claimed by a company in New Zealand who isn't related to Sega in any way. From the Sonic Shorts to the small Christmas Album video; all the revenue is going to this company.
Future releases such as the Sega Shorts risk copyright disputes from false claims
We use the YouTube revenue to make donations, convention panels for the community, and development of our videos. We agree with the community that our channels shouldn't be limited on the amount of appeals when there is no limits to the amount of claims we receive. Companies making many false claims should also be penalized for their actions as well.
This is Sonic Paradox and where's the fair use? Share your thoughts on the matter and spread the word, #WTFU.
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