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  • Muppetlover16
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    Don't want to bother with the nuisance that is John Horton.
    23:42, December 22, 2016

    Hello John Horton I'm Emman Cortez, a pinoy who needs help. Can you please come? 

    I'm gonna tell you my ideas later.

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    • Emman, no don't ask John Horton for help, he's one of those Pooh's Adventurers.

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    • No i'm not I'm different i'm from the Ohana Universe my Adventures Series it's different from the Pooh's Adventures please ShadEmmanz-K9 i can help you out i've been playing Disney Infinity since 2013 and i can help in anyway

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    • Oh please, it's all the same, also capitalization, learn it! Emman avoid Johnny Horton at all costs. FYI Daniel Esposito does the PA concept better than you.

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    • John Horton wrote:
      No i'm not I'm different i'm from the Ohana Universe my Adventures Series it's different from the Pooh's Adventures please ShadEmmanz-K9 i can help you out i've been playing Disney Infinity since 2013 and i can help in anyway

      True Chris but he played Disney Infinity. I know he's one of the people who liked Pooh's Adventures and Chris, can you explain why Pooh's Adventures is a crazy idea to get a Big crossover please? I know you want to avoid John Horton but I need some help from other people who played Disney Infinity.

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    • ShadEmmanZ-K9 wrote: True Chris but he played Disney Infinity. I know he's one of the people who liked Pooh's Adventures and Chris, can you explain why Pooh's Adventures is a crazy idea to get a Big crossover please? I know you want to avoid John Horton but I need some help from other people who played Disney Infinity.

      Problem is, Emman, with your crossover is how much money you are going to pay while trying to deflect a big hit for Disney. You need some cash to secure a lot of their licenses if it were to happen in real life plus some legal fees if it comes.

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    • Okay, I've got it. I want my 4th DI game to follow the LEGO Dimensions pattern in which is a really big Toys-to-Life crossover game and many people suggested LEGO and Arthur Parsons to add more properties and Arthur said never say never even though my game that I'm gonna pay lots of cash but the LD family is getting even bigger so it'll be like a collaboration between a dozen companies. It's true that'll be legal licensing but I can just get help from the developers of Skylanders Imaginators, some Sonic games, GTA and even Star Wars Battlefront. I know it'll have some legal problems but I can solve them. Brodie Marshall and Sean Wheeler said "A Franchise can't just die because some come back." so meaning I can get help from the other companies who've affiliated Disney (ex. CN aired WFRR, Activision developed the Marvel games) to win back the DI crowd.

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    • ShadEmmanZ-K9 wrote: Okay, I've got it. I want my 4th DI game to follow the LEGO Dimensions pattern in which is a really big Toys-to-Life crossover game and many people suggested LEGO and Arthur Parsons to add more properties and Arthur said never say never even though my game that I'm gonna pay lots of cash but the LD family is getting even bigger so it'll be like a collaboration between a dozen companies. It's true that'll be legal licensing but I can just get help from the developers of Skylanders Imaginators, some Sonic games, GTA and even Star Wars Battlefront. I know it'll have some legal problems but I can solve them. Brodie Marshall and Sean Wheeler said "A Franchise can't just die because some come back." so meaning I can get help from the other companies who've affiliated Disney (ex. CN aired WFRR, Activision developed the Marvel games) to win back the DI crowd.

      It may sound easy but think twice. Lego's situation is quite different because they have been making products from licensed properties for years now.

      On the other hand, your proposed game may be a copycat of sorts.

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    • Paul, Emman allow me to explain why Pooh's Adventures is stupid: 1. Nothing "adventurous" actually happens 2. The complex "family tree" where every human is related to Christopher Robin, every bear is related to Pooh and so on... 3. The constant censorship of mature themes like sex and violence and the bowdlerization of darker franchises in order to keep it family friendly (lest we forget that one infamous scene in Pooh's Adventures of Scooby Doo and the Ghoul School, you know which one I'm talking 'bout) 4. The pairings make no sense (Thomas the Tank Engine x Twilight Sparkle, really?!) 5. The amount of pointless characters they manage to shoehorn in 6. The community is full of oversensitive, temperamental, whiny people who get butthurt if you say you don't like Pooh's Adventures (Jeremy aka Toonking1985 likes 'em, but he's cool)

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    • Okay, thanks for the info Chris and BTW, let's close this thread and I think I can do my game by myself. Also, the shippings of Pooh's Adventures are really, really, REALLY not in my job because I don't want to ship a non-living thing with a living thing.

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