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The Loudest Loud

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    There's always a way to turn things around! To find the fun!
  • Birthday 06/24/1996

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    Animation, Video Games, Film Critique & Spreading Optimism!
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  1. New Doctor Who trailer should be debuting sometime within the next 20 minutes!!!

  2. The Loudest Loud

    Sonic Mania Reviews/Impressions Thread

    It's a £3.99/$4.99 DLC to upgrade an existing copy or you can buy the physical edition if you were so inclined. Keep in mind there IS the separate free 1.04 update that adds various quality of life improvements and alterations. Those of us that have it, and thus shown it, seem to have an incomplete version so we've yet to see the full extent of that too I imagine.
  3. Does anybody know if there's any UK retailers (online or high street) that stock Tomy's recent main series Sonic plushes?? I don't normally go for that kind of merch but I just found out about their new Chao one and OHHH I NEED TO ADOPT ONE IMMEDIATELY LOOK AT THE LITTLE GUY!!

    1. Failinhearts


      Welcome to my world. Tomy refuses to sell their Sonic stuff in Canada.

    2. The Tenth Doctor

      The Tenth Doctor

      Well I got the new Modern Eggman out of Forbidden Planet. They had Vector too and Chao at one point but they are out for now.

    3. The Loudest Loud

      The Loudest Loud

      Oooh we've got the same Forbidden Planet too, how exciting! 😂

      Do you know what the prices were like dude??

    4. The Tenth Doctor

      The Tenth Doctor

      I think it was about £10 or £13. One of the two.

  4. Can we please get a Sonic Rush Vinyl record so that we can TRULY go 

    spinnin' on the back!

    Back to back, on the turntables' back!

    1. Polkadi~♪


      Hideki Naganuma on vinyl would be an absolute treat, so I say yes.

  5. Just another reminder for those interested that the Sonic Mania Vinyl will be back in stock TODAY at 5PM BST (So just over 6 hours from now).

  6. The Loudest Loud

    The Sonic Mania Soundtrack thread!

    The Translucent Blue edition of the Vinyl is being restocked TOMORROW (4th of July) at 5PM BST! I'll definitely be hopping on this time!
  7. The Sonic Mania Vinyl's being restocked on Data Discs this Wednesday at 5PM BST for anybody that missed out last time!

    I just got my own vinyl player last week so I'm gonna jump in this time!

  8. The Loudest Loud

    Crash Bandicoot: N-Sane Trilogy (2017)

    I also came into the new trilogy as a newcomer, aside from playing some of the first game now and then but never getting that far. I personally loved that they stuck true to the original games, though for better AND worse admittedly. To be fair there ARE two big improvements made to Crash 1 with the remake; auto and manual saving at any point instead of hunting for bonus rooms and no longer having to collect all boxes in a stage without dying (coloured gems excluded). Although granted you could argue that those aren't modern concessions so much as improvements to issues that shouldn't have even been there in 1996. For me personally though that was enough to modernise Crash 1, along with the visuals. A reversing camera for backtracking is the only real glaring omission I can still find.
  9. I'm weirdly eager to get rid of the DRM on my Itunes shows/films so that I can make them into custom blurays for my shelf!

    God knows Loud house dvds, for example, aren't making it to the UK, and even then they're in HD, they deserve the higher quality!

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  12. Following on from my status the other night about Loud House volumes on Itunes I'm super excited to see that Volume 4 was just added to the UK store so it looks like we're still gradually getting episodes made available. 

    BUT! Why on earth are they charging £32 for this volume (half a season) when all the others were a very reasonable £12.99!!?? Surely that's got to be a mistake!

  13. Happy birthday, buddy!


    1. The Loudest Loud

      The Loudest Loud

      Let's be honest there'll never be a more iconic birthday song haha!

      Thanks so much dude!!

  15. Does anybody know what the deal usually is with how long Nickelodeon content takes to come to UK digital?? I've only just managed to figure out that my Loud House "volumes" are actually half a season each. So volume 3 which I'm just finishing is actually only the first half of season 2 and not the entire THIRD season like I thought (I assumed 1 volume = 1 season)!

    The US itunes has an additional 2 "volumes" which would bring the series up to date to where it's at atm so I'm  just curious if there's a history for how long they'd take to get on the UK store

    1. Ryannumber1gamer


      Honestly? Could be a slim chance either way. They were fairly consistent with TMNT 2012 releases but Season 5 which is the finale remains completely unfinished apart from random episodes in the Wanted: Bebop and Rocksteady, and a Halloween DVD they released.

      Which is a shame because The Loud House is one of the best things on Nick and if there was a proper DVD release, that'd be awesome.

    2. King Koopone

      King Koopone

      Actually I go as far as saying that you are lucky to get a cartoon series off-air in the UK in general. I don't know about Nick (even though I do see some TMNT stuff but don't recall much Rugrats or anything like that) but it is quite bad. Disney is pretty bad at bringing their cartoons in general and sometimes a bad job like with DuckTales. Warner Bros. does a half-hearted job either bringing some out or not at all with only the Looney Tunes Golden Collection and Tom & Jerry being their best efforts (and even then missing episodes). Frementale Media are hit and miss with some like Danger Mouse (original and judging from what little I know the new series) released every episode but some others they didn't like when they brought out Donkey Kong Country a few episodes and a censored one. Marvel pre-Disney were decent though and remember getting stuff like Wolverine and the X-Men complete series no problem. Then there are some series that surprisingly did well like AoSTH or the original Transformers where every episode got released, maybe not digitally but at least in physical form.

      Only series like Futurama/Simpsons/King of the Hill were consistent enough to be like the US, in fact we got Futurama before the US I believe or for young people like Thomas and Peppa Pig. Funnily enough, anime seems to be in a better shape and that's still pretty bad with certain series. Like where's my Lupin?

      Oh and the Volume thing has been around since the VHS days (oof that really does take me back), its usually between 4 to 6 episodes even though sometimes they only put two. If they say Season, then its a Season/Series. Volume could be anything that they decide.

    3. The Loudest Loud

      The Loudest Loud

      Ordinarily I'd be going the DVD route but even the US only just got a volume 2 release last month to have the whole season 1 on DVD so who knows how long it'd take even for them to get that.

      Like I could find these online I'm sure but being an animation student myself I wanna pay for the awesome stuff they make since it often impacts my life in some way. Worst comes to worse I'll have to fake a US account and get 'em them that way. Not ideal or even within the terms of service but hey, they do put us in quite the spot!


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