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Sonic The Hedgehog Movies: a new band

After what I can only assume, it’s a lot of hard work on the part of the CGI team for the next sonic the hedgehog film, the redesign of the character was finally revealed in a new trailer.

The initial design has been the subject of many reviews because it did not really look like Sonic or, at the very least, a bad version of the character. His members were a little too long, his teeth far too human and his face looked strangely like a rat. These are my personal catch on the issue, anyway.

The new redesign seems much better. The changes are subtle, but when you combine them together, this new version of the character matches what people expect from a movie version of the famous blue hedgehog. It seems that the rest of the Internet is of the same opinion, the trailer having already collected nearly half a million viewing and more than one hundred thousand “likes” since its publication earlier today.

The character looks a lot more like Sonic now, with slightly shorter members, less salient teeth, a much better facial design and a smaller body doing so much more like a hedgehog and much less to a weasel fallen in a bucket of Blue paint. Although I certain that people who worked on the redesign worked very hard, I think this hard work has borne fruit.

New Sonic Prime Details Revealed! - Ambitious, Action Scenes & Release Date!

Sonic The Hedgehog features Ben Schwartz in Sonic’s voice, Jim Carrey in Dr. Robotnik, James Marsden in the role of Tom Wachowski and Neal McDonough in Major Bennington. The film should go out on February 14, 2020.

A player believes he has finally found Gavin in Red Dead Redemption 2

Gavin McGregor Rossdale (born October 30, 1965 in London) is a British musician, songwriter and Frontman the rock band Bush.

Red Dead Redemption 2 is one of the best games launched in the past generation and surely it will take many years until you can enjoy a new delivery, but Rockstar has put so much effort that after several years since its release there are still some mysteries Unresolved, and one of them is the secondary character Gavin , which allegedly exists but nobody has seen.

And is that there are many theories about Gavin, a certain secondary character who is lost in the vast Red Dead Redemption 2, but that it is likely that RockStar has forgotten to include. However, there will come a moment in the adventure in which you are with a handsome English gentleman who is looking for the friend of Him Gavin.

When we get to a very particular moment of history, we will find a very well-dressed character that will begin to ask you with great insistence on her friend Gavin, something that apparently seems a secondary mission but does not unlock anything in the adventure.

Although people dedicate themselves to killing this Englishman to read the letter he carries in his pocket and who refers to him Gavin s friend, he does not grant any conclusive track to know if this secondary character really exists.

Now in Reddit, DOnturnaround1 claims to have found poor Gavin dead with a shot on the chest , in particular at the beginning of chapter 6

Explain that vi an x ​​that marked a corpse and went to look. When I got there, there was a character who got off his horse to look at the body. There was no special dialogue. The corpse, at least in dress, yes it looks like square, but nothing more.

Although this dead man pulled on the ground can be any other secondary character, yes the thread in Reddit has become viral with a multitude of comments from people who seem to agree.

In any case, apparently Gavin does not exist, and many say that Nigel (the NPC looking for Gavin) has some kind of personality disorder. On the other hand, there are also no references to Gavin in the game code so the presence of it is non-existent.

On the reason for the existence of Nigel looking for the friend of Him Gavin, it is likely that Rockstar has forgotten to complete this little narrative and remains the mystery forever.

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