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Your Vest Friend

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Your Vest Friend last won the day on December 20 2019

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    Sonic the Hedgehog/Crash Bandicoot (especially the reptiles), Spyro the Dragon, Rayman the...Rayman, Super Mario (sorta...), Fur Fighters, Studio Ghibli, Stitch, other Disney animation, Rango, reptiles in general
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  1. The lack of Hyper Potions/80s and 90s music is because they're not trying to appeal that deeply to older fans. I mean there's some references but they're most surface level gack like Green Hill(s) and Robo-Tonik naming. It's still probably way more aimed at a new kid audience even more than the games are.
  2. I dunno, I was a bit too busy jamming to that bitchin music to be scared by the SoR bosses. As for what does scare, any time that calls for me to be chased really. I hate the idea of being chased by death, so something like the Elixir Guardian in Rayman 2 was just unpleasant.
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  4. I'm now living in the timeline where Hbomberguy knows about the bee who died from a drug overdose in the Archie Sonic comic.

    1. Blue Blood
    2. Your Vest Friend

      Your Vest Friend

      Oh you don't know?

      This is the issue it happened in

      What people are neglecting to mention is that the rest of the Chaotix get overdosed later in the arc, and Charmy himself almost dies too. 

    3. Blue Blood

      Blue Blood

      I don't know much about the Archie comics at all, just that they were full of this kind of garbage over the years.

      I also don't know who Hbomberguy is either.

  5. I keep forgetting that I saw Detective Pikachu, in cinema no less. 

  6. White streak speeds by, a goddamn polar bear.

  7. There we go, updated my machine in 30 seconds and now I'm patched from that rude exploit thing that the National Security Agency are so worried over.  

  8. I didn't even make the connection between Rustland and Rusty Walrus lmao
  9. Oh, Smash news? 

    Time to wait for leaks. 

  10. Lego Movie 2's Oscar sacrifice was worth it if it meant Frozen 2 didn't get a nomination for best animated feature. 

    1. Nina Cortex Jovahexeon

      Nina Cortex Jovahexeon

      Eh? What's this about?

    2. Your Vest Friend
    3. Nina Cortex Jovahexeon

      Nina Cortex Jovahexeon

      Yeah, I get that.  But what exactly happened??

    4. Your Vest Friend

      Your Vest Friend

      Neither were nominated for the animated feature Oscar. 

    5. Milo


      @Nina Cortex Jovahexeon Oscar nominations just came out. The Best Animated Feature nominees are:

      How to Train Your Dragon 3 (The Hidden World)

      Toy Story 4

      I Lost My Body

      Missing Link


      (This is actually the Academy's best shortlist for feature animation in a long time, if you ask me. Diverse picks in both studios and animation styles compared to past years or other awards shows (hai Golden Globes), where Disney would have two/three films on the roster and most or all of the picks would be CG films.)

      Note the lack of either Lego Movie 2 and Frozen 2 in the shortlist. VEDJ-F/Your Best Friend is a fan of the former film, the latter not so much.

  11. I was going to dwell on this point myself. I mean, in terms of MLP:FIM specifically, it has a little bit of shelf life left with that filler show while G5 is being produced, but by the time the Sonic comic is in a position to do that sort of story I would think it would have lost relevance.
  12. That "Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken" anime looks interesting. Haven't seen anything from anime that intrigued me since Madoka way back when. 

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