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Sega alternates between prioritizing gameplay and story in Sonic games to cater to other aspects of their fanbase. Gameplay-focused titles emphasize the fast-paced action and platforming mechanics that define the series, appealing to long-time fans and newcomers alike. Conversely, story-driven installments delve deeper into character development and narrative arcs, aiming to engage players on an emotional level and expand the Sonic universe. This alternating approach allows Sega to maintain a diverse range of experiences within the franchise, accommodating varied player preferences while keeping the series fresh and innovative.
 
Sega alternates between prioritizing gameplay and story in Sonic games to cater to other aspects of their fanbase. Gameplay-focused titles emphasize the fast-paced action and platforming mechanics that define the series, appealing to long-time fans and newcomers alike. Conversely, story-driven installments delve deeper into character development and narrative arcs, aiming to engage players on an emotional level and expand the Sonic universe. This alternating approach allows Sega to maintain a diverse range of experiences within the franchise, accommodating varied player preferences while keeping the series fresh and innovative.
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There doesn't even have to be a hero in a piece of media. So no.
 
I wouldn't even necessarily call it an "evil". From a meta perspective, conflict is one of the essential aspects of a story, and conflict between the main characters is one form of that. From an in-universe perspective conflict between heroes is typically more of a bad thing, but it can also be a sign of conflicting ideologies among the heroes, which is overall an important thing to have, not just from a story perspective, but from any group that seeks to do good.

Now, as others have said, I agree it's not necessary. I think it can contribute to a story, but at the same time a story can function well without it, and there's even times when it can be quite harmful to a story namely in terms of how it can harm pacing or come across as forced, petty or stalling.
 
Random question of the day:

Oh no, you've been captured by a criminal organization and are slowly but surely heading towards your doom! The protagonist from the last movie you watched is coming to save you! Who's coming to save you?
 
I wonder… I’m not even sure if Ilya Prisma Phantasm has a main character, but it’s technically classified as a movie, so I’m either being rescued by…
…A sadistic ramen salesman who uses blends so spicy people pass out.
Or
…An absolutely scumbag that fused with the spirit of an ancient assassin, had this power supernaturally boosted, and still is pretty much a pushover in any version of himself
Or
…Three magical girls with the power to equip themselves in outfits and gaining the power of legendary, historical and mythological figures
Or
The entire cast of prisma Illya
 
Random question of the day:

Is it true that if you a kill a killer, the number of killers in the world remains the same?
Great. I'm going to think about this all day...I should email my philosophy professor and have him discuss this in whatever class he has now. I think he'd be tickled by it.
 
technically yes. because -1 killer and + 1 killer = same number of killers total
 
Random question of the day:

Oh no, you've been captured by a criminal organization and are slowly but surely heading towards your doom! The protagonist from the last movie you watched is coming to save you! Who's coming to save you?

A bunch of high school graduates from the '60s. Not sure if that's going to help or hinder me! (Movie was American Graffiti).
 
Random question of the day:

Would Edward Scissorhands, Iron Man and Metal Sonic start a heavy metal band together?
I was thinking more like maybe iron man and captain America would have but then again anyone can make music. If it has to be a cross over then- maybe??? Tho I don’t really see Edward scissorhands being the type to play music
 
Wrath, it just… sounds so powerful. Second to greed, it is in almost every government, it HAS to be powerful.
 

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