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  1. Maybe I've just totally missed it, but I'm kinda surprised this hasn't gone viral on TPR.

     

    Taiko No Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun! Coming To Nintendo Switch On 2nd November

     

    Bandai Namco has announced today via a press release that they are releasing Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun! in Europe. The amusing rhythm title which takes full advantage of the Nintendo Switch and its Joy-Cons will launch in Europe on 2nd November.

     

    The hugely popular Japanese rhythm game comes to Europe for the first time featuring a wide variety of new songs, special crossover characters and multiplayer capabilities that are sure to get players drumming to the hypnotic rhythm of taiko drums. Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun! for Nintendo Switch® and Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum Session! for PlayStation®4 each boast unique features that tailor the Taiko no Tatsujin experience to each specific platform for optimised gameplay.

     

    Using the Joy-Con® controllers as drumsticks, Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun! for Nintendo Switch® introduces motion-control play that uniquely replicates the popular arcade-style experience. Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun! also features 20 multiplayer rhythm-based mini-games that can be played by up to 4 players. Additionally, in the Rhythm Games Mode, players will be able to play as characters from classic Nintendo® games including Kirby from Kirby® and Squid from Splatoon® 2.

     

    Source: PR

     

    My Nintendo News

     

     

    Very excited that this will soon be playable in the home and on the go in the US!

  2. For the 5 of you maybe still playing this game, a new event began today. Krustyland gets nuked but the buildings, rides, and all can now be rebuilt in your Springfield alongside the new Itchy & Scratchy Land that the update centers around. So far it's been pretty fun, but it's yet another 3 act grind fest at its core.

  3. Robb, I wouldn't blame you one bit if you never held another WCB because you just couldn't bring yourself to deal with all the terrible obnoxious entitled @$$holes in SoCal. We're overflowing with them, and it seems like they're multiplying faster than ever. What you do with this forum is exactly what I wish I could do with the 405 freeway on a daily basis. Oh, the relief that would be.

     

    Anyway, it can't be repeated enough that some of us really do love and appreciate everything you guys do, especially the efforts made to include us in your adventures. It's amazing that you're still willing to tolerate humanity on any level after everything you've been through!

  4. Just to hammer home the point about the characters not really being dead, Gamora already came back. After the snap, there was the scene with Thanos in what I'm assuming is the "Soul World" from the comics (full disclosure - never read them, just read online synopses). Gamora as a little girl asks Thanos if he had done it, and what was the cost. Granted it might not actually be Gamora, or the Soul World, but it's meant to drive home the point about things not exactly being what they seem.

     

    In the end, it's a comic book movie comprised of fictional characters. Why people become so emotionally invested in them is a mystery to me, but that's what major fandoms to do people, or what people do with fandoms. Either one. Why people care about sports is a similar mystery. I've never felt like my life centers around who wins a game, nor have I ever felt the need to beg a deity to ensure a certain outcome. Many fanatics are bizarre, and occasionally dangerous. Theme park fandom has its share of the irrationally passionate type as well.

     

    At the end of Infinity War, it was all I could do to not yell out "There's going to be a Part 2 next year people! Relax!!!"

  5. From my Analysis, it seems the Black Panther area will Either be the bridge from Hollywoodland to SHU, replacing the Backlot Area, Replacing Hollywoodland in General, or Having a section in Hollywoodland replacing Either ANIMATION, or Disney Junior. Spiderman seems he is having a standalone attraction, due to the swinging ride vehicle patents we got in 2017, it may be located where the backlot is now, or in an avengers or New York themed area replacing bugs land and the Cast member Parking lot (Not confirmed Cast member Parking lot is even being used). Antman has a slim chance of having an attraction, but there may be a restaurant or shop around him. Doctor Strange HAS to be in the New York Area, which may either be where Hollywoodland is now, or in a new New York Area. I would see a walkthrough attraction for Doctor strange, but that's just a speculation. Avengers may be integrated into the new york area, or have their own area, with their own Attraction(s?). Guardians have mission breakout, but there's no reason there can be a miniland built around it including galactic Marvel IPs. A lot of the Architecture in the concept art looks like Hollywoodland, so as a conclusion, either Hollywoodland is getting a reskin, or an expansion to blend in, with a galctic side. In short term, Wakanda, New York, Avengers Headquarters, and (supposedly) Sekaar are my expectations.

     

    After 13 years, finally the Dippin' Dots guy signs up for a TPR account.

  6. What's weird about that statement is how WELL the AMC works at Disney Springs in Orlando. I mean, that theater is constantly PACKED with people to the point that they expanded it with the Dine In option years ago. They constantly have most theaters filled when a new Disney release comes out and I couldn't think of a better place south of El Capitan in So Cal to see a new Disney release than at Disneyland.

     

    I would say that it may be because there are tons of other movie theaters around Disneyland, but there are also tons around Disney Springs also. Either way, no lost sleep over a movie theater going away. It's just funny to me to read a statement like that which defines how different the Disney demographic is in SoCal versus Orlando.

     

    I've seen the same thing in WDW, but every time I've been in Disneyland's AMC, the place has been pretty empty. The box office people look really, really bored. My local movie theatre seems more crowded by comparison.

     

    Just going by my observation here, but where I see the difference is, in Orlando, Disney Springs stands out as a special place to be and to have an event. Usually a visit to Disney Springs is part of the vacation of a lifetime, and how many people on one of those have been to a movie theatre that brings food to your seat? For those who go there, a dinner and movie night is significant and made even moreso for being at Disney.

     

    Contrast that with how such an event is commonplace for people in SoCal who frequently go out as part of their everyday lifestyle. They're perfectly willing to save dinner and movie night for their local mall instead of traveling through awful LA traffic to Downtown Disney where basically the same movie experience awaits but costs more. If they spend the money and brave the traffic, they're riding Space Mountain, riding Indiana Jones, seeing that castle or bust! Who wants to go to that AMC when you could be riding Pirates of the Caribbean, and the same stuff plays at the local movie house anyway? It's a 180 degree difference in perception.

     

    I don't think anyone will miss that AMC going away.

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