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DarkRula

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About DarkRula

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    Prudii Jetii
  • Birthday 12/16/1994

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    There's three core franchises I hold dear. The first being Star Wars, the second Sonic the Hedgehog, and the third Pokémon. Away from those cores I'm big on Power Rangers, most Nintendo games, the Forza series, and a range of films and music.
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    England

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  1. I celebrate the coming of the LEGO Speed Racers expansion and Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga by... playing GTA Online. I put some music of LEGO City Undercover over the two races, though, so it is a celebration. Honest.

    And part 2 of the video will feature more LEGO music, though tied more into the Speed Champions theme than the TT LEGO games.

  2. For those who want to transfer there 'mons they've collected for ages, I agree that it's bad this limitation is in effect. However, I think you'd be able to transfer them all to Home, just not be able to import them into the game. Unfortunate that it has to be this way, but hopefully it's just for this game.
  3. This and the LEGO content in Forza Horizon 4 have me covered pretty great for racing games for the rest of the year. It's amazing to see support coming for free after release too.
  4. Is it time to get this party started yet?

  5. LEGO Forza! And LEGO Star Wars! Those two alone were what I was waiting for I got both. And both look to be delivering the goods.

  6. No new games, that's for sure. Except Jedi: Fallen Order gameplay. Everything else will be expansions or... expansions? What do you call yearly release sports games if not expansions? There's always the Nintendo Championships if you want to watch some competitive fun, I guess. Unlikely to see any announcements during them, but it's possible.
  7. Some trainer has a Corviknight during the league, and Lana's Eevee somehow evolves into the gen8 eeveelution. Perhaps some way of leading into Ash's journey to Galar after the league.
  8. Okay, SwordShield is looking awesome. A hype song giving the musical vibe the games will take, new 'mon, and that Wild Space. Oh, I am loving what I am seeing. The general sounds and visuals have also been revamped since that first trailer, making this a grand adventure.

  9. I'm confident the vocal song is just a hype song for the video, but it certainly gives the vibe the music will be taking. Just wow, though. That Wild Space is looking like a great space to be exploring, and is possibly a stop-gap for such a thing to evolve into a full game rather than just being a part of one.
  10. A roundup of everything happening at E3 this year? Check. Giving at least one unknown for every conference mentioned? I guess so. Once again mentioning that Nintendo should get to work in creating Mii Resort Paradise? Check.

    http://blog.darkrulamedia.uk/2019/06/pre-e3-2019.html

    Oh, I do love E3.

  11. Oh, certainly. I don't expect them to get very far, but I could imagine them getting the bug to enter into a proper league by entering and seeing them try to tackle the first gym in Galar then giving up.
  12. Nah, some character we've never seen before's gonna beat his butt in the final with a load of Gen8'mon.
  13. Roughly two months of league action leaves about three months [12-14 episodes] of post-league adventures. I think that sounds about right for one last arc and goodbyes, perhaps taking place in Kanto so they can see how successful the first Alola League was. And we can get one last time with Misty and Brock before they both get forgot about for another ten years.
  14. If Rockstar were to ever make Michigan a state in the GTA America, would it be named Herzan after the creator of the American Pie films?

  15. Everything's fine, though the Treehouse and EA Play PDT times have pm instead of am.
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