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So, how did you get into NiGHTS?


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When it came out? Word of Mouth? Archie Comics? All the constant cameos?

With me, always wanted to play it when it was new, but I was about 11 or 12, so I had no money, and obviously, my mother wouldn't buy a Sega Saturn for me. So I gave up on ever playing it.

Sonic Adventure comes out for the Dreamcast, and the pinball game and visuals, music, Reala cards, ect. made me want to play it even more. But again, no Sega Saturn in sight. Finally, a few years ago (my 18th birthday actually, so it was 5 years ago, but I could swear it doesn't seem that long ago), it hit me, ebay. I fight NiGHTS into Dreams for $8. Bought it since it seemed like a hell of a deal. 2 Months later, I found a Sega Saturn for $30 months, so I was finally able to play it. Now all I could hope for was a Christmas NiGHTS deal. Never found one, so I had to get the damn thing for $12 >.< But I guess it made up for the money I saved on NiD and Sega Saturn.

Anyway, I was disappointed that the game wasn't 3D like I always thought, but I still fell in love with the music and bosses. The levels were good, but I would of prefered to be able to explore them in 3D without some killer clock with a spotlight chaseing you at high speeds >.<

Anyway, since then, I been a NiGHTS fanatic too. So how did the rest of you become one?

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but I would of prefered to be able to explore them in 3D without some killer clock with a spotlight chaseing you at high speeds >.<

Yeah the clock really puts a damper in exploring, you can disable it if you install a sega saturn debugger. But it is annoying for the casual user to setup being you need a PC commlink card and a computer running in dos or with dos io privaledges (the "giveio" driver will do this)

I first descovered NiGHTS when I saw it at a movie rental store in 96 or 97 or something. I rented it along with a saturn. (I just owned a NES at the time >.<) It completely blew me away as it was the first full 3d game I had played on a console.

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I actually found out through TRiPPY's da page o_O;

My mum got me the game ages ago...i need to dig it out and play it again sometime, apparantly though, I did actually play it when it first came out...cept i don't remember that @_@

I also blame sonic adventure >> << damn pinball level...

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Someone through dA- actually, I think it was several people, haha I got lucky XD- had links to this site in their journals. Which got me interested and eventually led to me getting a Saturn for my birthday and then the game. Not a very interesting way of getting into it... I was actually involved with the forums and stuff for months before I got the game though, I was so obsessed with getting it!

I want the option of playing the game with just the kids. Like, no NiGHTS, no scores (so no cheating! XD) and most importantly NO egg clock. It wouldn't take any challenge *away* from the game and it would be far too fun D= Maybe only once you've cleared the stage so it's not just for if you're lazy? XD

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Trough my cousin's Sega Saturn (I LOVE YOU, VITOR, MY COUSIN ;_; ). I remember seeing the Saturn's box and a VERY LITTLE NiGHTS screenshot. I forced my vision a lot and saw that it was a purple jester-like figure. I liked, I saw my cousin playing a bit, I forgot about it then.

Yeeeeeeears after, searching for old games (I LOVE OLD GAMES.) I found NiGHTS. Then TRiP's website. Bam, I'm in love.

In 2006 I talked to my cousin again. I said that I wanted to play his Sega Saturn again, and he gave me it. BUT! It didn't had controllers. X/ UNLUCKY ME!

I didn't got to know NiGHTS in '96 or '97. I was two years old in '96. Just some days to be three years old, but... D:

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I was two years old in '96.


I should stop cursing around you then o.o

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Well.... My brother George got the Demo disc and he played it and he didn't like it all that much, I was four so I was like "ooooh shiney" and I attempted to play it, I just flew around hitting everything, eventually becoming Claris and Elliot again. I wanted the game, so my dad bought the game for all of us (other brother Charlie too) but they didn't play it all that much, but they did do 2-player mode with me alot, that was funny, and I became good with the game. I love it muchly.

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I didn't like too much about NiGHTS when the commercial came out, and the Tiger Electronics game that featured the two kids on it left me puzzled on what it would be about back at Elementary.

The real start of my liking it would have to be by playing the Pinball level of Sonic Adventure's Director Cut. I enjoyed how you'd go into a wormhole and enter a wonderful little world where NiGHTS was. Ah, to reminisce...

A while later, I was watching/listening to Tsuki no Waltz, when NiGHTS came to my mind all of a sudden. I checked out the Wikipedia article on it and was happy that there's a sequel coming out.

So here we are!

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I believe I got into NiGHTS just the same way many others probably did - through TRiP's DA page. I'd always been curious about NiGHTS, thought he looked good in all the cameos around the Sonic Games, but I'd never looked much into it before. Then I stumbled upon her excellent art, found NiD.com, and literrally spent a whole night reading everything the site had to offer at that time. I turned NiGHTS-fan overnight. Spent the next day drawing my first fan-art, and a few months later I had purchased a Saturn and the game off Ebay.

Since then, it's probably my favourite series to date. It's definately knocked the Sonic series off the top, of my list which to be frank, has seen better days. Oh whats this. Another Character.

Keep it simple and fun I say.

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It's definately knocked the Sonic series off the top, of my list...


Yeah, honestly, thats not saying much anymore.

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The first time I heard of it was from a friend of mine on the Nintendo NSider forums, back in the Loudhouse thread. He mentioned it, posted a screen, and made a short blurb on how much fun he was having with it.

One year later, I play Sonic Adventure, find the pinball level, and remember that post. I thought this would look like a fun game to buy.

Six months later, I find the game at Goodwill, and around the same time, I get a Sega Saturn from my sister for Christmas.

And from there, I loved the game, and found this website through Wikipedia. And that's where I am now. :P

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Yeah, honestly, thats not saying much anymore.


Perhaps not to you, but I grew up with Sonic at my side. That series has done so much for me. Hell, im inclined to believe I wouldn't be half the artist I am nowadays if it werent for the scribbles I did of Sonic when I was 4. I still have a shelf of Sonic stuff in my bedroom. My life of video games centred around Sonic from the start, and it's tough to see the series in the state it is nowadays.

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Perhaps not to you, but I grew up with Sonic at my side. That series has done so much for me. Hell, im inclined to believe I wouldn't be half the artist I am nowadays if it werent for the scribbles I did of Sonic when I was 4. I still have a shelf of Sonic stuff in my bedroom. My life of video games centred around Sonic from the start, and it's tough to see the series in the state it is nowadays.


Trust me, I know all of that. With TMNT at the top of my list, CLOSELY followed by Sonic, then Mario, then NiGHTS. But with 2000's Sonic Shuffle, 2001's Sonic Adventure 2, and oh god the worse of all, my repect for the series dropped DRASTICALLY with Sonic Heroes. The Sonic Advance games sucked, Shadow was good imo, but not a Sonic game. And I can't afford a 360 or PS3, so I never played Sonic Next, but I heard it's average is 4/10. I just got Sonic and the Secret Rings a few days ago, I want to kill myself for selling a game, and paying $50 just for this game. That did it, I'm never playing another Sonic game again. He's at the bottom of my list now. The Archie comic's is the only thing keeping Sonic alive to me now, *Archie Comic spoiler for newest issue* and since they just killed Espio in this last issue, I've lost alot of repect for that comic now too.

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Trust me, I know all of that. With TMNT at the top of my list, CLOSELY followed by Sonic, then Mario, then NiGHTS. But with 2000's Sonic Shuffle, 2001's Sonic Adventure 2, and oh god the worse of all, my repect for the series dropped DRASTICALLY with Sonic Heroes. The Sonic Advance games sucked, Shadow was good imo, but not a Sonic game. And I can't afford a 360 or PS3, so I never played Sonic Next, but I heard it's average is 4/10. I just got Sonic and the Secret Rings a few days ago, I want to kill myself for selling a game, and paying $50 just for this game. That did it, I'm never playing another Sonic game again. He's at the bottom of my list now. The Archie comic's is the only thing keeping Sonic alive to me now, *Archie Comic spoiler for newest issue* and since they just killed Espio in this last issue, I've lost alot of repect for that comic now too.


Well, my point still stands. Sonic's been my idol for near on 10 years. The fact the NiGHTS has replaced that IS saying alot.

And excuse me for asking, but how on earth is Archie the only thing keeping Sonic alive for you ? They've made more of a mess of the series than the games have.

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Well, my point still stands. Sonic's been my idol for near on 10 years. The fact the NiGHTS has replaced that IS saying alot.


Well he's been mine for 16 years >.< and now he's at the bottom of the list. Now THAT is saying alot...or...not alot...or...dammit, you've got me confused now >.<

And excuse me for asking, but how on earth is Archie the only thing keeping Sonic alive for you ? They've made more of a mess of the series than the games have.


Because Archie doesn't follow the same crap that the games have, although Archie ruined Metal Sonic just as bad. Archie never introduced Cream, which is a good thing. They'd probably make her some dumb cousin of Bunny's.

Plus, the comics are a bit darker and more mature than the games, and being at the age of 22, I prefer that.

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Archie comics were too dark for me to handle. It just isn't Sonic to me. Its like Shadow and the new XBox 360 game...no. I just can't handle it. I am only 19 and I like mature things. But Sonic doesn't fit that catagory. (Especially since they seem to make Sonic seems to girl hop too.)

On the other note, I will put this very quick and simple cause no one likes to read long stuff.
I played Sonic when I was 5 and I have loved it ever since.
I played NiGHTS when I was 8 (only sampler version) and loved it ever since.
I found the NiD board, found out NiGHTS was cheap and finally got the normal NiGHTS and Jap X-mas NiGHTS (And new Saturn cause original was stolen 10 years ago..)
Now I express my love for Sonic and NiGHTS. Well actually I don't like Sonic himself so much. Just half of the games and a few characters. (They really ruined Sonic recently.)

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Seriously, this Sonic restart they are talking about actually wouldn't be a bad idea anymore. But since it's still Sega and Sonic Team, the restart would probably suck just as bad too.

Lets hope they aren't restarting NiGHTS like they plan to do with Sonic.

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Seriously, this Sonic restart they are talking about actually wouldn't be a bad idea anymore. But since it's still Sega and Sonic Team, the restart would probably suck just as bad too.

Lets hope they aren't restarting NiGHTS like they plan to do with Sonic.


Huh?! Restart? I am confused....

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Huh?! Restart? I am confused....

they considered sonic next a restart because it went "back to the basics" with just sonic and running fast. at least that was the idea, but the game was really bad anyways.

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they considered sonic next a restart because it went "back to the basics" with just sonic and running fast. at least that was the idea, but the game was really bad anyways.


No, I heard that because of bad sales with that game, they are considering a total restart. I have a link to the article where I read this, but it'll take me awhile to find the forum I read it on.

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Here's that link I mentioned about a Sonic restart. http://www.advancedmn.com/article.php?artid=9544

Yeah, that comic was pretty good, and I would love for NiGHTS to be more like he was in that comic. Claris was hot in that bathing suit at the end XD

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I had the fortune of having the Sega Saturn when I was 6 (that was 1996). NiGHTS came out, I get it somehow, love it. Even if I played it a while, stopped, started again in a few years, stopped again, and so forth, it still stuck with me.

For instance, I firmly believe that Stick Canyon Mare 4 instilled in my impressionable six-year-old mind the strong hatred of industry and construction sites that I have today, heh.

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I started as a Sonic the Hedgehog fan looking for some Sonic fanart. I came across a comic called, "NiGHTS and the f**ked kids." After reading it I fell in love and wanted to learn more about it.


What?! I never heard of that comic. Sounds great though. I wish I could see it.

Yes, Sonic promotes NiGHTS in a very small way.

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For instance, I firmly believe that Stick Canyon Mare 4 instilled in my impressionable six-year-old mind the strong hatred of industry and construction sites that I have today, heh.


And I firmly belive the game has made me hate bouncing French women bunnies. lol

Sorry I didn't post this earlier. My internet decided to faurt on me...

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What?! I never heard of that comic. Sounds great though. I wish I could see it.


It's on this site. This site is where I first saw it O.o

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I know I did thanks to all his cameos. I found NiGHTS in SA and fell in love, but I STILL haven't gotten my hands on a saturn. So I'm looking forwards to JOD to really experience NiGHTS.

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It's on this site. This site is where I first saw it O.o


Oh ok now I remember. I forgot the title thats all.

Am I the only one experiencing database meltdown right now? :D

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Am I the only one experiencing database meltdown right now? :D


No. You PMed me the same message three times in a row, so I noticed you had, and my pages loads were insanely slow. Eventually I had some error to the database message, so I had to restart for about 10 or so minutes before things went back to normal >.>

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No. You PMed me the same message three times in a row, so I noticed you had, and my pages loads were insanely slow. Eventually I had some error to the database message, so I had to restart for about 10 or so minutes before things went back to normal >.>


Its only the first day and we are already causing this place to overflow. lol

All this talk about classic Sonic is makeing me want to play my Mega collection.

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I remember seeing it in stores when the game came out, but I was raised on Nintendo, (Except for my Pico!) so I didn't really care. Later, in 1999, when I played Sonic Adventure, I was reminded of NiGHTS by that pinball stage, and continued looking for that elusive purple jester in Sonic Team games until I finally decided to research it online. I found articles on the game, this site, and more. I thought the game looked amazing, and decided to get it. NiGHTS renewed my interest in SEGA and gaming in general, and I haven't stopped loving him since.

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Got it used for about $20 about a year and a half after I had acquired my brand-spankin' new Saturn about... 12 years ago (yikes! :()

It was AWESOME. I didn't think it could get any better (playing Daytona USA, Virtua Cop, and VF2 over and over since there was pretty much no money left over for anything else) but boy, was I wrong...

Here's hoping that the new one will be just as good if not better! (I don't know if that's possible, especially given Sega's recent track record -- but you never know...)

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I saw the comercial when the game came out, went to my local Blockbuster, rented a Saturn and the game, and the rest as they say is history.

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I'm pretty sure I first heard about it through Mean Machines Sega but I could be mistaken, it was either that or Sega Saturn Magazine. This was back in 1996 of course, maybe earlier, I don't remember when the previews started. One thing I remember was being upset about NiGHTS at first because whichever magazine I read it in made a comment like "Move over Sonic, here is SEGA's new mascot" and I was a rabid Sonic fan at the time. xD Needless to say I went out and got the game as soon as I could afford it ┬ŽD I remember going to get it from GAME and talking to the Managery type person there about the Saturn and the special control pad NiGHTS came with.

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I remembered seeing pictures of NiGHTS, yet I had no idea what it was. But I was still a bit interested.
Then... LO AND BEHOLD, and came across madame TRiPPY's DA page and found out.

The end.

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I saw NiGHTS first as a demo in the local Toys R Us, and fell in love after one playthrough. We all know how awesome it is! X3 Methinks it was the free-flying sensation that roped me in. I'd enjoyed the likes of Mario and Sonic before then, but when NiGHTS came along, it broke the freaking mould!

Heh, I fondly remember my 12th birthday that year, when my friends and I stayed up till heaven-knows-when.. they didn't like the flying much (!!!), but we still had a hoot running around as the kids. "It's the alarm egg! *SHRIEK*" XD

From then on, I lost touch with those friends, and spent a few years as a one-and-only kinda fan.. imagine my surprise when I discovered the internet! "Whoa, there's MORE fans besides me? NO WAY!" Ah, the NiGHTS Fan! boards, how I have missed thee..

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Dang it, one of these day I WILL force that Saturn Emulator to bend to my will! MARK MY WORDS! All you people sound like you had/have great memories with NiD. >.<

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Basically I went to my cousins house way up in virginia. Being at the time not much of a gamer I was drawn to this silly ooking purple jester game cover. I asked to play it and he let me. As they say, the rest is definitely history. But I wasnt able to finish it ;_;
Im pretty sure when I had to leave I wanted to steal that game and bring it with me (yeah Im bad XD)

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There seem to be quite a bit of people on here who haven't finished the game. O.O And people on the site say it was user-friendly. BAH! I only beat it in 2 days of hours and hours of gameplay due to luck and the fact that playing video games is the only thing I am decent at. (I got mad blisters though. I don't have the 3D controller. ;_; I try bying it but its way too much money for something I really don't need. I am willing to go up to $10 but because of bids it was going up to $20 and I just said "Screw it".

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well I had to play it with the original controller because my cousin somehow broke the analog. But I wasnt very good. I think I got a few C's and some D's. sorta like my report cards at that time. Hey, I spaced out in class. I cant help it. <_<

But maybe thats why NiGHTS spoke so close to my heart. I was always a dreamer.

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well I had to play it with the original controller because my cousin somehow broke the analog. But I wasnt very good. I think I got a few C's and some D's. sorta like my report cards at that time. Hey, I spaced out in class. I cant help it. <_<

But maybe thats why NiGHTS spoke so close to my heart. I was always a dreamer.


I only had the normal controller too and my grades were bad. But then someone told me that when you have extra time after you have the idya, you should go another lap and collect more chips. Than my score went up trumendously.




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