E3 has come again and like any power nerd, I watched all the conferences and geeked out over all the game announcements. But we at PBK have gotten some exclusive information that wasn't mentioned in the main conferences by any of the companies. Ponies are invading the game world, and I'm very excited about it.
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We have it from a reliable, well placed source that Pokehidden has gone professional. In fact, the reason updates have been so sparse is because he's been told to keep his mouth shut about some major plans cooked up in the depths of the gaming world.
Yes, his famous (or infamous) Banned From Equestria (Daily) will be coming to the Wii U within eight months. The exact date has not yet been set, but it will likely be here in time for christmas. Our source within Nintendo (who wishes to remain anonymous) said that many members of the company have been very excited to work with Pokehidden, who has been taking more of a director's role, leaving the real work to the programming team.
"It's a great opportunity! No one has done something like this before" our anonymous friend excmaimed excitedly, "We think gamers want something different, something new. It's even been getting a lot of attention within the company. Although, we've noticed that the people on the team have been going off to the bathroom much more often. Not sure why." Well, all of us here at PBK await the release with baited breath.
Now, about a year ago, this game got slapped with a Cease and Desist order from Hasbro, OR SO WE THOUGHT. Now it has been revealed to us that this was just a coverup. The game was bought by Capcom for about 24,000 bits. Our friend has continued to tell us what the future looks like for this game.
Sadly, the game doesn't exist in it's previous state anymore, rather it's been folded into another big series, Capcom's own fighting series. Keep an eye out for Marvel vs. Capcom vs. Ponies. Now, we have no idea when this will be available, but we have an estimate of sometime in 2016.
"It's been a challenge" claimed the masked man from Capcom, "we've been wanting to remain faithful to the style of the original game, but at the same time, we've needed to modify it to make it fit in with MvC." Well, whatever the changes are, even if they're good, we know SOMEONE will complain about them.