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  1. Are you referring to Brian Goldner, who was Bandai America's executive vice president and COO before joining Hasbro?
  2. I doubt it. Hasbro is a pretty pro-consumer company. For example, as I stated several times before, they revitalized Power Rangers before that brand could be tainted any further by Saban's insistence on inclusional emphasis and Bandai's lackluster action figures. Beast Morphers actually followed its plot, and its corresponding merchandise and the Lightning Collection make Bandai's entire 25-year history with the property look like a bunch of bootlegs in comparison. I mostly want Hasbro to buy the franchise for a dub of the anime. If they can revitalize Power Rangers, they can revitalize Tamagotchi too.
  3. Because they inherited Power Rangers and have treated that franchise far better than Bandai or Saban. I mostly want a dub of the anime more than anything else, and I feel that the only way that will happen at this rate is for Hasbro to buy the franchise, give it the modern Power Rangers treatment, and middle-finger Bandai at any chance they get.
  4. Even after Bandai basically treated the Power Rangers like deities for the duration of their 2-and-a-half-decade long license? Dubbing the anime, for starters.
  5. I see where you're coming from, clearer than a crystal, but I'm kinda on the other side of the opinion fence. Crossovers can expand a person's interest horizon. Take me, for example. The whole reason why I got propelled into the Tamagotchi franchise in the first place was because of Mametchi's appearance in MKAGP2. Plus, its not like Nintendo will suddenly turn Mario Kart into Nintendo Kart or something, because that would cause the uniqueness of Super Smash Bros. to depreciate, and even if they were to have some guests from other franchises (Zelda, Animal Crossing, Splatoon, Pac-Man, Tamagotchi, Taiko no Tatsujin, etc.), at least 70% of the game would still be dedicated to Mario (although why Nintendo recently chose to make skins of existing Mario characters take up roster space instead of researching the franchise's RICH history of characters (including the Donkey Kong, Yoshi, and Wario sub-series) is beyond me). Furthermore, Nintendo had $52 Billion in bank when the Wii U was out and about, and they definitely raked even more money through the Switch and their *clears throat* mobile tenures. Licensing royalties should be as complicated for Nintendo as reading a book, particularly if they're licensing from Bandai Namco, who seems to be eager to work with Nintendo anyway, being the head developers of Smash 4 & Ultimate (even though Sega, Capcom, Square Enix, and even Konami have more than 1 rep while they still only have Pac-Man as of this typing) and they've lent a hand for several Mario projects, including MK8 & Tour. Between you and me, I'd much rather have my kart slip on a banana peel than on a pixelated turd. I also won't deny that Tarakotchi would work well in a Double Dash environment, using the aforementioned feet for steering and/or managing items.
  6. Mametchi was actually in Mario Kart Arcade GP 2, not DX. I think guest characters in Mario Kart are completely okay, as long as Mario is still front-and-center. Otherwise, it wouldn't be Mario Kart. And I disapprove of Mametchi being in Smash. Agumon from Digimon (which is literally Tamagotchi suited for battle) would be a far better choice.
  7. While I do respect your opinion and I won't deny that Crunchyroll has quite the anime variety, I personally voted for Universal Kids (a re-branded Sprout with programming among the demographic lines of Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, etc.) to give that channel a show to keep up with its competition. BTW, HBO Max is arriving this coming Spring, and it'll have Crunchyroll content included, but hopefully Crunchyroll will still be a stand-alone cheaper offering as HBO Max will cost $14.99 a month (and it will have new and old Sesame Street episodes, and locking that show behind a paywall is a massive sin in my eyes. The new episodes will still air on PBS a few months afterward, but it's still quite heinous for low-income families.)
  8. Hi! The name's Timothy. I really like Miraitchi too.

  9. Plus DreamWorks has How To Train Your Dragon. That alone proves them worthy of adapting anything.
  10. Which 2020 animated film are you most looking forward to?
  11. Same here, lass. Same here. Sometimes I wish for Hasbro to buy Tamagotchi from Bandai if that's what it'll take to get the anime dubbed.
  12. This is a poll concerning the future of Bandai America in an era where they're not making stuff for Power Rangers. As annoying as it was that the attention they were supposed to be giving to Tamagotchi instead went to the Rangers, they were their primary source of income, and now they don't have it anymore.
  13. This is a poll for a game I really want Nintendo to make for the Switch to make up for Mario Kart Tour (which I hate a bunch, mostly for its heavy microtransactions). To differentiate from Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, I want this game to be another Double Dash game and to re-feature EVERY past driver (a la Super Smash Bros. Ultimate) that has been playable at some point in the series' near-30-year history (Petey Piranha, Funky Kong, Wiggler, R.O.B., Pac-Man, Mametchi, etc.)