No, no, no, no, no, no!!! It's only just DC Comics, The Lord of the Rings, The Lego Movie, The Wizard of Oz, The Simpsons, Back to the Future, Midway Arcade, Scooby-Doo, Jurassic World, Legends of Chima, Ninjago, Steven Universe, Danny Phantom and Marvel.
SmashupMashups wrote: No, no, no, no, no, no!!! It's only just DC Comics, The Lord of the Rings, The Lego Movie, The Wizard of Oz, The Simpsons, Back to the Future, Midway Arcade, Scooby-Doo, Jurassic World, Legends of Chima, Ninjago, Steven Universe, Danny Phantom and Marvel.
Can you tell me why you can't put Sonic in Lego Dimensions 2? Sonic and Neo Sally could work well in this.
What you can add: Some Steven Universe songs (eg. Do it for Him, Mr. Greg song, Driving into my heart and the extended version of "We are the Crystal Gems"), any song from Regular Show and then some Nickelodeon's TMNT.
SmashupMashups wrote: A: How should I know? I never ask her before. Besides, it's still no.
B: The Knight Rider Montage and KITT Project was fine. But, still, it's staying with the first game for all I care. I don't want too many franchises in this sequel. Like Year 2.
BTW, what's Disney Multiverse? Disney Multiverse is my planned videogame I'm making for Disney with elements of GTA (open world), Final Fantasy (XP stuff and customization) and Traveller's Tales' LEGO videogames (gameplay). For ex, you can play up to 4 characters (8-36 in Battle Arena mode which will have minigames such as Capture the Flag, Last Man Standing, Multiversal Soccer, etc.) in story mode and the free roam would be like the GTA games but the levels can be replayed in the form of TT Games' LEGO Videogames.
Xavier, I'm doing a live action comedy of my own for FamilySing Entertainment as part of loads of film projects I've commissioned. Its lead actors are James Franco and Bruce Willis, and it's called The Perfect Catch, in which Paramount Pictures (whom I'm gonna sign a first-look film deal with) will distribute.
This is acctually the plan if I successfuly get to develop a film based upon my debut novel, The People v. Guy Martin. On this rom-com however, thanks to a writer's block, I'm struggling more details, including a plot.