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Jovahexeon Ogilvie Maurice

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Jovahexeon Ogilvie Maurice last won the day on November 30 2018

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About Jovahexeon Ogilvie Maurice

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  • Birthday 11/10/1995

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    Ace Attorney, LEGO, Mega Man, the Arkham games, the NiGHTS series,Static Shock, the LEGO Movie, Treasure Planet, Superman, Batman & WonderWoman, Injustice Gods Among Us, Optimus Prime, Megatron, Scooby Doo, MLP: FiM, a revived (thanks to X & Y) interest in Pokemon, the works of Alexandre Dumas, Crash Bandicoot, the Deadly Six, Pirates of the Caribbean, Yugioh, Sony, Nintendo, DC Comics, Spider-Man, Wolverine, the Avengers Halo/Master Chief, Kill la Kill, Fencing
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  1. I'll never understand those silly enough to try and paint the likes of ASRT, CTR, or TSR as supposed Mario Kart clones, despite them playing differently each. Unless Mario clone is in the fact that they have characters and drive stuff, sheesh.

    1. TCB


      Mickey Speedway USA, now that was a Mario Kart clone

  2. Not really surprising seeing as how the game isn't even out yet officially.
  3. Really hope SOny for once are willing to play nice and actually cross play more frequently. Including games like TSR and CTR. Otherwise Game Night is going to get a bit annoying regarding those games.

  4. It's so amazing seeing solid titles from Crash Bandicoot, Sonic the Hedgehog, and Mario all on the same system. Imagine telling your 90s self this.

  5. SO TSR is reviewing quite solidly. No surprise there.

    1. tailsBOOM!


      I trusted it from the start.  Sumo does great with Sonic

    2. Diogenes


      a solidly-rated sonic game actually should be surprising

    3. Dejimon11


      If a 71 average which averages around to be a C- minus is considered to be solid then yeah

    4. do a barrel roll

      do a barrel roll

      @Diogenes No it shouldn’t. This series is capable of and should be consistency producing at least solid content.

      @Dejimon11 The game is still getting reviews. Last I checked Team Sonic Racing has a 73 average.

    5. Diogenes


      should be, sure. hasn't been, though.

    6. Dejimon11


      @do a barrel roll that's still a C grading not solid. You passed but nothing to be bragging about it.

    7. Bobnik


      You know there's a problem with the grading system when 7, which is/should be considered 'good' in many countries, is fucking C- in your books.

    8. TCB


      A solidly rated sonic game is far more rare these days so yeah I'll be mildly surprised

      Then again this was Sumo Digital making one so I did have some faith in them from the beginning

    9. Jovahexeon Ogilvie Maurice

      Jovahexeon Ogilvie Maurice

      @Dejimon11 @BobnikThere's a reason why school grades and gaming reviews tend to be looked at differently score-wise in that regard.

  6. Vaulting off of that. He's also a boss character. Those are never really the first of a series to get into Smash. And he doesn't compare to being nearly as known as other more viable DS reps like Solaire.
  7. Well damn. The man makes a pretty compelling case. There is still the slight chance that the Google theory leak could be true, but it's all the while liable to be false. I'll admit, the biggest red flag for me was Artorias. Well, him and Ryu Habasha.
  8. Whether or not Phoenix Wright gets picked for Smash Ultimate, it does do my heart good to see him consistently rank highest in polls when it comes to Capcom reps for getting into Smash that involve him. That's something no other Capcom rep can claim. Heck, out of 718 characters, he polled at 13th place. Love how even Source Gaming called him "the king of Capcom reps".
  9. Someone missed how Sun and Moon got a big showing at E3, I see.
  10. Whether or not Phoenix Wright gets picked for Smash Ultimate, it does do my heart good to see him consistently rank highest in polls when it comes to Capcom reps for getting into Smash that involve him.

    That's something no other Capcom rep can claim.

  11. https://movieweb.com/amp/netflix-subscribers-disney-marvel-star-wars/

    Dang! Disney Plus is only gonna be $6.99 per month!?

    1. Ryannumber1gamer


      That's...surprisingly cheap. In the UK, it's just under £5, which is insane for all Disney movies/shows, Marvel, and Star Wars.

      Take lessons, DC.

    2. Ferno


      with all the money the company already has, they can afford to sell it that cheap tbh

    3. SupahBerry


      See that Nintendo? 


      4 bucks a month for a growing handful of NES titles, many have been releses many times before digitually.

      For 7 bucks, you get the entire Disney library in your demand. The main Disney films. The TV shows. Pixar. Lucasfilms. 20th Century Fox. MCU. Muppets. Anything that's not Song of the South.


      Ya got no excuse Ninty. Ya don't.

    4. PublicEnemy1


      @Ferno Yeah, but they're a COMPANY. Companies love money. I expected them to charge MORE money.

  12. Not that I think a Wolfenstein character is likely (for completely different reasons at that), but nah. If ever there were a reason for a character not to show up, it wouldn't be because of politics. Unlike certain stages made by fans in Stage builder, a character, Nintendo can easily just tweak what they mention about the character, or just pull a LEGO Indiana Jones and easily not mention Nazis with the character. Pretty similar to how they induct quite a few M-rated characters anyway.
  13. Spongebob continues to be ever so relevant in our daily lives.

  14. Okay EA. This is just sad.

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