Soulja Boy Versus Nintendo Is The "Ender's Game" Of Rap Feuds

Whatever this escalating battle between Soulja Boy and the Nintendo company boils down, I stand by my appreciation for each side in phrases their “Golden Era” output. Hate it or like it, Soulja Boy pushed the rap sport into elements unknown when he debuted within the mid-to-late 2000s. As a baby, the Super Nintendo-Famicom system, and its successor the N64, made the Nintendo company a family merchandise no much less necessary than an ironing board or a lint-roller.

So to see Soulja and company (not a music label) squabble over publishing rights in 2018 is just about inconceivable, and to be fairly trustworthy, moderately entertaining. We’re speaking about the identical outdated Soula Boy that gleefully tweeted about receiving a Nintendo DSi in his favourite colour, again in 2009.

Two days in the past, phrase bought out that Nintendo was contemplating authorized motion over Soulja Boy’s product unveiling an everyday console and a handheld machine. While the report is being held up for authorized causes and is thus “unsubstantiated,” regardless that it did incur a swift response from Soulja Boy, which he later deleted, I am positive with good motive. Soulja allegedly tweeted, “Nintendo ain’t gon do SHIT,” after making inferences to that impact on Twitter for the previous two days. I do not know the place to start; the Soulja Boy – Nintendo saga is barely heating up.

"Detective Pikachu" For Nintendo 3DS Drops Another Trailer

As North Americans eagerly anticipate the arrival  Detective Pikachu for the Nintendo 3DS, a new English language trailer has been released to satiate gamers appetites.

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The trailer hints at the essential dilemma within the game, which will revolve around Detective Pikachu joining forces with a young Tim Goodman in order to search for his father who has gone mysteriously missing. Throughout their quest, the two stumble upon a plethora Pokémon characters who will help the two in their search, while also solving mysteries around Ryme City.

The game will effectively predate the theatrical adaptation that is slated for release on May 10, 2019. The cast this cinematic undertaking includes Ryan Reynolds and Rita Ora, and is being produced by Universal Pictures and Legendary Entertainment. The film will be realized using state–the-art motion capture, and aims to follow the narrative established in its more compact, video game version. 

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While Reynolds will assume the role as Detective Pikachu, fans who had read initial reports the film’s potential cast were left notably disappointed when Danny DeVito was not secured as the film’s main protagonist. The project was reportedly green-lit with the former Batman villain in mind, but has since shifted to Reynolds, who has assumed the role ever since.