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23rd Mar '17 9:37:06 PM smalltime
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[[WMG: ''VideoGame/FinalFight''/''Franchise/StreetFighter'''s Poison will be included.]]
To appeal to the LGBT crowd.
21st Mar '17 6:14:39 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Being Unplugged is Doomsday because Litwak's Arcade has a NightAtTheMuseum effect going on]]

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[[WMG: Being Unplugged is Doomsday because Litwak's Arcade has a NightAtTheMuseum ''Film/NightAtTheMuseum'' effect going on]]
21st Mar '17 12:04:35 PM Pinokio
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** An even older version of ''Hero's Duty'' appears as a classic arcade game, with alien eggs throughout the level. Probably the first ''Hero's Duty'' game. Ralph collects medals on the roof like a bonus area of the Fix-It Felix, Jr. game, but its has the same ''Hero's Duty'' palette. Maybe this is an infected game. No, this is the first entry in the series, before it was called ''Hero's Duty''.

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** An even older version of ''Hero's Duty'' appears as a classic arcade game, with alien eggs throughout the level. Probably the first ''Hero's Duty'' game. Ralph collects medals on the roof like a bonus area of the Fix-It Felix, Jr. game, but its has the same ''Hero's Duty'' palette. Maybe this is an infected game. No, this is the first entry in the series, before it was called ''Hero's Duty''.series.



** The current ''Sugar Rush'' is the fourth ''Sugar Rush'' game, the current ''Hero's Duty'' is the fifth ''Hero's Duty'' game, and ''Fix-It Felix, Jr.'' is a series of at least three games. ''Undead Apocalypse 2'' is unaccounted for.

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** The current ''Sugar Rush'' is the fourth ''Sugar Rush'' game, the current ''Hero's Duty'' is the fifth ''Hero's Duty'' game, and ''Fix-It Felix, Jr.'' is a series of at least three games.games, plus the original ''Fix-It Felix''. ''Undead Apocalypse 2'' is unaccounted for.
** When other game characters appeared in ''Fix-It Felix, Jr.'', they were considered glitches, until spontaneous crossover games became an acceptable part of reality. In the credits, ''Fix-It Felix, Jr.'' is now depicted with ''Sugar Rush'' and ''Hero's Duty'' characters, showing the game operating in its post-crossover-enabled state, and spontaneous crossovers show up in ''VideoGame/QBert'', ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'', ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'', the platformer ''Sugar Rush'' was based on, the classic arcade game ''Hero's Duty'' is based on, and a ''Fix-It Felix, Jr.'' game with a dancing sequence, or a spinoff Nicelanders dancing game. Unlike our own crossover games, where programmers would have to decide to put the characters in, these games just happen to have crossovers, as if by magic. The usual explanations are "it's a glitch," in which case it's a welcome glitch, or, "it's the electricity," creating a new definition of how electricity works. Soon, the world's scientists and engineers admit, "Yes, video game characters can appear anywhere, as long as they run on electricity. That's just how electricity works."
8th Mar '17 2:55:33 AM caden123
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* This would explain some lyrics from "Wreck-It, Wreck-It, Ralph" and why the song sang about him before Felix.
** [-Wreck it, Wreck it Ralph as fast as you can. You know you can do it with your colossal hands-]
4th Mar '17 9:34:17 AM nombretomado
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[[WMG: Vanellope and her kart will appear in MarioKart U/8.]]
We know sooner or later that WiiU is going to get a MarioKart game, it would be FunnyMoment if one character from Disney's MarioKart homage end up in a real MarioKart game.
** Oh god, imagine if ''Turbo'' had a cameo in MarioKart. He and Waluigi would Troll everyone nonstop.

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[[WMG: Vanellope and her kart will appear in MarioKart U/8.''[[VideoGame/MarioKart8 Mario Kart U/8]]''.]]
We know sooner or later that WiiU is going to get a MarioKart ''VideoGame/MarioKart'' game, it would be FunnyMoment if one character from Disney's MarioKart ''Mario Kart'' homage end up in a real MarioKart ''Mario Kart'' game.
** Oh god, imagine if ''Turbo'' had a cameo in MarioKart.''Mario Kart''. He and Waluigi would Troll everyone nonstop.



It would make perfect sense for a [[Main/MarioKart racing game]] to have spun off from [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros another game series]]. The game play and style of "Sugar Land" is a cross between [[Videogame/KirbysDreamland Kirby's Dreamland]] and VideoGame/{{Ristar}}. In "Sugar Land", you get to play as either Vanellope Von Schweetz or Rancis Fluggerbutter where you go through challenging levels to protect "Sugar Land" from evil-doers.

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It would make perfect sense for a [[Main/MarioKart [[VideoGame/MarioKart racing game]] to have spun off from [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros another game series]]. The game play and style of "Sugar Land" is a cross between [[Videogame/KirbysDreamland Kirby's Dreamland]] and VideoGame/{{Ristar}}. In "Sugar Land", you get to play as either Vanellope Von Schweetz or Rancis Fluggerbutter where you go through challenging levels to protect "Sugar Land" from evil-doers.
1st Mar '17 1:42:07 PM Pinokio
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** The current ''Sugar Rush'' is the fourth ''Sugar Rush'' game, the current ''Hero's Duty'' is the fifth ''Hero's Duty'' game, and ''Fix-It Felix, Jr.'' is a series of least three games. ''Undead Apocalypse 2'' is unaccounted for.

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** The current ''Sugar Rush'' is the fourth ''Sugar Rush'' game, the current ''Hero's Duty'' is the fifth ''Hero's Duty'' game, and ''Fix-It Felix, Jr.'' is a series of at least three games. ''Undead Apocalypse 2'' is unaccounted for.
1st Mar '17 1:41:27 PM Pinokio
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[[WMG:The end credits reference earlier, sprite-based games in the franchises of the more modern games, showcasing the past eras of each series.]]
** Four zombies weilding hatchets chasing two hotdog sheriffs who wear hats is an early example of a game in the ''Undead Apocalypse'' series. This may be the first game of the series.
** The sprite based military room briefing with alien eggs is an early entry in the ''Hero's Duty'' series.
** The side-scrolling candy platformer is an early game in a candy themed platforming series of which ''Sugar Rush'' is a racing spinoff.
** A pixelated depiction of ''Sugar Rush'' indicates ''Sugar Rush'' is the latest version of a spinoff series.
** A pixelated first person shooter against aliens with alien eggs on the floor suggests this is another game in the ''Hero's Duty'' series; it is either the same game with the briefing room or it is a sequel that came out after that game.
** The Tapper's bar in 3D may indicate a 3D spinoff of ''Tapper'' was created.
** The 2D pixelated depiction of the tower the Cy-Bugs infest may be from a handheld spinoff of ''Hero's Duty'', perhaps a tie-in to the arcade game released around the same time as the game hit the arcades.
** The achievement system from ''Sugar Rush'' is displayed in less developed 3D graphics. This may be the first entry in the ''Sugar Rush'' series going to 3D, after the success of the earlier 2D game.
** A hallway opens with pixelated pre-rendered ''Hero's Duty'' characters. This is another ''Hero's Duty'' sequel, before the series moved to 3D.
** An even older version of ''Hero's Duty'' appears as a classic arcade game, with alien eggs throughout the level. Probably the first ''Hero's Duty'' game. Ralph collects medals on the roof like a bonus area of the Fix-It Felix, Jr. game, but its has the same ''Hero's Duty'' palette. Maybe this is an infected game. No, this is the first entry in the series, before it was called ''Hero's Duty''.
** The Nicelanders dance with updated sprites, and there is an updated isometric view of the tower. This may be a later game in the Fix-It Felix, Jr. series, a handheld game, or an updated remake.
** Fix-It Felix, Jr. building sprites, more colorful than the original arcade version's graphics, represent another port, remake or sequel.
** Along with ''Fix-It Felix, Jr.'', ''Undead Apocalypse'' and ''Hero's Duty'' had games in the early arcade era. The ''Sugar Rush'' platformer began the next era, followed by a ''Sugar Rush'' 2D racing game on consoles, a ''Hero's Duty'' PC adventure game with shooting sequences, and a ''Hero's Duty'' FPS. To catch up, ''Fix-It Felix, Jr.'' had a 2D sequel with sprites on a graphics board that could support more colors. Just as everyone was getting used to more colorful sprites, developers began experimenting with 3D, despite the difficulty of displaying 3D on those systems, leading to a time of pixelated pre-rendered games, including a ''Sugar Rush'' game with a blocky achievements system that looked good for its time, and a ''Hero's Duty'' with pixelated pre-rendered cutscenes that would look dated years later. While full 3D was on the horizon, the handheld market began to release throwbacks to the 2D era, leading to a series of handheld sequels that were clearly 2D, but wanted to be 3D like their console counterparts, including a ''Hero's Duty'' 2D tie-in game to the fancy 3D arcade game that was about to be released, and an "updated" ''Fix-It Felix, Jr.'' handheld game with isometric graphics as a throwback to the earlier eras. But then, the newest ''Hero's Duty'' hit the arcades, and everything changed.
** The current ''Sugar Rush'' is the fourth ''Sugar Rush'' game, the current ''Hero's Duty'' is the fifth ''Hero's Duty'' game, and ''Fix-It Felix, Jr.'' is a series of least three games. ''Undead Apocalypse 2'' is unaccounted for.
9th Feb '17 9:54:38 PM Luigifan
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Just think about it: The Cy-Bug that in the movie assimilated King Candy/Turbo became the leader of the swarm, and declared himself the Final Boss, even fighting [[BossRoom in a classic boss arena]]. The cutscene with the Dr. memories that gets triggered with "Wow, you are one dynamite gal" is likely [[SomethingOnlyTheyWouldSay something only he would said to her.]]Considering that, it is incredibly likely that on the final level you hear the phrase, said word-for-word by the Dr. Brad/Cy-Bug hybrid, sending Callhoun on a heroic BSOD, then it's up to the player alone to fight him. Likewise, the Widowed at the Wedding scene is likely to appear in-game, probably halfway the tower.
[[FridgeHorror That would mean Callhoun has see his fiancé get possessed by the Cy-Bug and get killed over and over.]]

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Just think about it: The Cy-Bug that in the movie assimilated King Candy/Turbo became the leader of the swarm, and declared himself the Final Boss, FinalBoss, even fighting [[BossRoom in a classic boss arena]]. The cutscene with the Dr. memories that gets triggered with "Wow, you are one dynamite gal" is likely [[SomethingOnlyTheyWouldSay something only he would have said to her.]]Considering ]] Considering that, it is incredibly likely that on the final level level, you hear the phrase, said word-for-word by the Dr. Brad/Cy-Bug hybrid, sending Callhoun Calhoun on a heroic BSOD, then it's up to the player alone to fight him. Likewise, the Widowed at the Wedding scene is likely to appear in-game, probably halfway the tower.
tower.

[[FridgeHorror That would mean Callhoun Calhoun has see his seen her fiancé get possessed by the Cy-Bug and get killed over and over.]]



It makes sense due to the EM-based entities in the games such as Gemini Spark, Omega-Xis and so on. Being a video game character is essentially like being another kind of sentient EM entity, like an early form of the Wizards or the Netnavis, which in this case are specifically man-made and serve a purpose - in this case, being actors as part of a show for the players.

Surge Protector himself is a powerful Netnavi that controls Game Central Station. This also implies that things like [[TheCorruption Noise]] exist and present a daily problem to the video game characters, and then there's the whole "ripping through reality" effect demonstrated by [[EldritchLocation Noise Waves]] throughout Starforce 3... seeing as Megaman actually used Noise Waves to travel across different places in the Real World - who's to say a [[OneWingedAngel Noised Cybug Turbo]] wouldn't escape into the real world then?

While this does imply the video game characters are real, it also implies that things like [[TheDragon Dread Joker]], [[BigBad the Crimson Dragon]], [[EldritchAbomination Le Mu]], and everything like that are just as real and aren't some ploy of a video game - they're genuine threats to anything that lives on Earth.

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It makes sense due to the EM-based entities in the games such as Gemini Spark, Omega-Xis and so on. Being a video game character is essentially like being another kind of sentient EM entity, like an early form of the Wizards or the Netnavis, which in this case are specifically man-made and serve a purpose - -- in this case, being actors as part of a show for the players.

Surge Protector himself is a powerful Netnavi that controls Game Central Station. This also implies that things like [[TheCorruption Noise]] exist and present a daily problem to the video game characters, and then there's the whole "ripping through reality" effect demonstrated by [[EldritchLocation Noise Waves]] throughout Starforce 3... seeing as Megaman actually used Noise Waves to travel across different places in the Real World - -- who's to say a [[OneWingedAngel Noised Cybug Turbo]] wouldn't escape into the real world then?

While this does imply the video game characters are real, it also implies that things like [[TheDragon Dread Joker]], [[BigBad the Crimson Dragon]], [[EldritchAbomination Le Mu]], and everything like that are just as real and aren't some ploy of a video game - -- they're genuine threats to anything that lives on Earth.



* If this happens via a patch for ''Sugar Rush'', it should be very...interesting.

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* If this happens via a patch for ''Sugar Rush'', it should be very... interesting.



Earth, Air, Fire and Water (all programmed, of course) with Surge representing Energy.

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Earth, Air, Fire Fire, and Water (all programmed, of course) with Surge representing Energy.



[[WMG: Surge stops Ralph not because he‘s a Bad Guy but because he reminds him of Turbo and Surge never liked Turbo.]]

[[WMG: Surge Protector is connected to the physical surge protector but the two aren‘t exactly the same]]

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[[WMG: Surge stops Ralph not because he‘s a Bad Guy Guy, but because he reminds him of Turbo and Surge never liked Turbo.]]

[[WMG: Surge Protector is connected to the physical surge protector protector, but the two aren‘t exactly the same]]



When he was using her name in response to the surge protector, he was not only making a joke - he purposely made it at her expense. This would also explain why it was the first name he thought of. In addition, she also has something in her design that is [[Main/BuxomIsBetter bigger]] than normal, and the two could probably relate to each other. The relationship most likely distracted him from his unhappiness with his job until a particularly nasty breakup.

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When he was using her name in response to the surge protector, he was not only making a joke - -- he purposely made it at her expense. This would also explain why it was the first name he thought of. In addition, she also has something in her design that is [[Main/BuxomIsBetter bigger]] than normal, and the two could probably relate to each other. The relationship most likely distracted him from his unhappiness with his job until a particularly nasty breakup.



** Not necessarily - the only screenshot we've seen so far of that part of the cabinet isn't clear enough to fully confirm the names.
* The name change could be caused outside the game's coding- characters are renamed from time to time. Maybe 'Candlehead' was a fan given nickname, which [[AscendedFanon was made canon]] by the game developers.

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** Not necessarily - -- the only screenshot we've seen so far of that part of the cabinet isn't clear enough to fully confirm the names.
* The name change could be caused outside the game's coding- coding -- characters are renamed from time to time. Maybe 'Candlehead' was a fan given nickname, which [[AscendedFanon was made canon]] by the game developers.



This game is not an expy of ''Donkey Kong'' but instead an expy of ''Donkey Kong '''Junior''''' with all that entails! Ralph was a hero all along.

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This game is not an expy of ''Donkey Kong'' Kong'', but instead an expy of ''Donkey Kong '''Junior''''' '''Junior''''', with all that entails! Ralph was a hero all along.



** Just because he hasn't been used in a long time doesn't mean he's permanentally gone, he could reappear in a later game at anytime for Nostalgia sake. Super Smash Bros. proves that. Also, anyone remember Mach the Rabbit? He's been gone as long as Mighty, but a few years ago in the comics he resurfaced as a drummer in Mina Mongoose's Rock Band.

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** Just because he hasn't been used in a long time doesn't mean he's permanentally gone, he could reappear in a later game at anytime for Nostalgia nostalgia's sake. Super Smash Bros. proves that. Also, anyone remember Mach the Rabbit? He's been gone as long as Mighty, but a few years ago in the comics he resurfaced as a drummer in Mina Mongoose's Rock Band.



Well, he knows it's his part to be the hero and Ralph's as the villain. He probably knew he wasn't a bad guy outside of the game. If you work with someone for over 30 years, chances are you'll start liking them in some way. However, Ralph never knew that Felix cared for him at all. If he did he probably wouldn't have left.

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Well, he knows it's his part to be the hero and Ralph's as the villain. He probably knew he wasn't a bad guy outside of the game. If you work with someone for over 30 years, chances are you'll start liking them in some way. However, Ralph never knew that Felix cared for him at all. If he did did, he probably wouldn't have left.



At the end of the film, we see Felix and Calhoun [[spoiler: getting married in the same church where Calhoun had her previous wedding, with Ralph and Vanellope as wedding party members.]] In the credits, we see Felix and Calhoun acting as a BattleCouple, shooting Cy-Bugs together. Given how dangerous Cy-Bugs are and how freaked out Calhoun is by her DarkAndTroubledPast late into the story, it seems unlikely that she would let Felix anywhere near a Cy-Bug if she thought he would get killed. Felix programmed the game to recognize his code (and that of the others)[[spoiler:, just like it's implied he might have done for Q-Bert and his friends.]] He may ''still'' get killed, but as soon as the game resets, he'll be there to reassure her.

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At the end of the film, we see Felix and Calhoun [[spoiler: getting [[spoiler:getting married in the same church where Calhoun had her previous wedding, with Ralph and Vanellope as wedding party members.]] members]]. In the credits, we see Felix and Calhoun acting as a BattleCouple, shooting Cy-Bugs together. Given how dangerous Cy-Bugs are and how freaked out Calhoun is by her DarkAndTroubledPast late into the story, it seems unlikely that she would let Felix anywhere near a Cy-Bug if she thought he would get killed. Felix programmed the game to recognize his code (and that of the others)[[spoiler:, just like it's implied he might have done for Q-Bert and his friends.]] He may ''still'' get killed, but as soon as the game resets, he'll be there to reassure her.



* On one side, Minty Sakura. It ain't so far-fetched, considering the twos' similar appearances. This would be more realistic InUniverse.

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* On one side, Minty Sakura. It ain't so far-fetched, considering the twos' two's similar appearances. This would be more realistic InUniverse.



A bit of AlternateCharacterInterpretation here: when Ralph returns to the penthouse [[spoiler: after destroying Vanellope’s kart]] only to find it empty, take a close look at how Gene addresses him; he’s not disappointed that Ralph won the bet, or surprised that he came back at all. He’s acting normal, for once, talking to Ralph on an equal level. You don’t talk to someone you hate like that, no matter what the circumstances are.

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A bit of AlternateCharacterInterpretation here: when Ralph returns to the penthouse [[spoiler: after [[spoiler:after destroying Vanellope’s kart]] only to find it empty, take a close look at how Gene addresses him; he’s not disappointed that Ralph won the bet, or surprised that he came back at all. He’s acting normal, for once, talking to Ralph on an equal level. You don’t talk to someone you hate like that, no matter what the circumstances are.



The difference between us and Gene, is that we know why Ralph thought he had no other choice. To Gene, Ralph being selfish was just Ralph being Ralph, and his antics putting the entire game at risk was nothing surprising. It’s just more proof to him that Ralph doesn’t care about anyone in his game other than himself.

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The difference between us and Gene, Gene is that we know why Ralph thought he had no other choice. To Gene, Ralph being selfish was just Ralph being Ralph, and his antics putting the entire game at risk was nothing surprising. It’s just more proof to him that Ralph doesn’t care about anyone in his game other than himself.



Felix is TheHero of a game whose inhabitants expect him to fix everything. Over time, Felix got used to this and so when Ralph didn't outright ask for help, Felix assumed he didn't need it. ("Y'know, I wonder why Ralph isn't bothered that he sleeps in a pile of bricks all the time. But, if he was really having trouble, he'd have told me--everyone else does.")

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Felix is TheHero of a game whose inhabitants expect him to fix everything. Over time, Felix got used to this and so when Ralph didn't outright ask for help, Felix assumed he didn't need it. ("Y'know, I wonder why Ralph isn't bothered that he sleeps in a pile of bricks all the time. But, if he was really having trouble, he'd have told me--everyone me -- everyone else does.")



It seems safe to assume that if arcade characters can game-jump and even go rogue like [[spoiler:Turbo]], so can characters in games played at home. Sometimes a game's characters get bored with doing the same humdrum routine, so they decide to mess with their players a bit - anything from BreakingTheFourthWall in order to make verbal threats or otherwise directly address the player to completely re-tooling their entire games into something horrifying with new maps and grotesque monsters. There's even the rare case where they aren't even being malevolent, simply seeking to shake things up and entertain themselves and their players with new in-game sequences and stories. These cases tend to be isolated incidents and entirely unique from one to the next (and, due to the individuality of each instance of each character in each copy of the game, impossible to reproduce), so when people share their stories on the 'Net, nobody believes them.

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It seems safe to assume that if arcade characters can game-jump and even go rogue like [[spoiler:Turbo]], so can characters in games played at home. Sometimes a game's characters get bored with doing the same humdrum routine, so they decide to mess with their players a bit - -- anything from BreakingTheFourthWall in order to make verbal threats or otherwise directly address the player to completely re-tooling their entire games into something horrifying with new maps and grotesque monsters. There's even the rare case where they aren't even being malevolent, simply seeking to shake things up and entertain themselves and their players with new in-game sequences and stories. These cases tend to be isolated incidents and entirely unique from one to the next (and, due to the individuality of each instance of each character in each copy of the game, impossible to reproduce), so when people share their stories on the 'Net, nobody believes them.



** Or maybe he was an NPC he was the one who signaled the start of the race, and just sat up in his booth, except for on the final level on Single Player mode, where he was the big boss.

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** Or maybe he was an NPC NPC; he was the one who signaled the start of the race, and just sat up in his booth, except for on the final level on Single Player mode, where he was the big boss.






[[WMG: When Felix calls Ralph "brother", he wasn't being metaphorical]]
It's the classic tale: one sibling is well-liked and beloved by all including their parents, the other is a black sheep and social outcast.

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[[WMG: When Felix calls Ralph "brother", he wasn't being metaphorical]]
metaphorical.]]
It's the classic tale: one sibling is well-liked and beloved by all all, including their parents, the other is a black sheep and social outcast.



Well, if we're going to use the simplicity of [[spoiler: King Candy]] as a way to say you can identify he doesn't belong, then surely Candlehead counts with her name sticking out even more than his does.

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Well, if we're going to use the simplicity of [[spoiler: King [[spoiler:King Candy]] as a way to say you can identify he doesn't belong, then surely Candlehead counts with her name sticking out even more than his does.



With electicity being the source of said magic.

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With electicity electricity being the source of said magic.



Characters from games such as StreetFighter and SonicTheHedgehog were never in any real danger of getting erased because if their games get pulled from Litwak's Arcade they have several other Arcades/Consoles to fall back to. However the Fix-It Felix Jr game is openly referred to as an old Video Game in which it was quite possibly an Arcade-only game. Sadly because it's a 30 year old game that was probably Arcade only it is quite possible that Litwak's Arcade was probably the only place that still even has a working copy of the game anymore. So in other words if Litwak's copy of Fix-It Felix Jr was removed then the game's cast would most likely be really screwed.

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Characters from games such as StreetFighter and SonicTheHedgehog were never in any real danger of getting erased because if their games get pulled from Litwak's Arcade they have several other Arcades/Consoles to fall back to. However However, the Fix-It Felix Jr game is openly referred to as an old Video Game in which it was quite possibly an Arcade-only game. Sadly because it's a 30 year old game that was probably Arcade only it is quite possible that Litwak's Arcade was probably the only place that still even has a working copy of the game anymore. So in other words if Litwak's copy of Fix-It Felix Jr was removed then the game's cast would most likely be really screwed.



Or something like them. During the Random Roster Race one of the racers picks up an item that fires a giant scoop of ice cream. it hits a car and seems to turn the car into a slice of cherry pie with the ice cream on top while the announcer and the jumbotron both say "A La Mode!" That seemed odd to me, both that the item turns the car into cherry pie, and that they would have this special display for when it happens, but if you look closely, the car that the ice cream hits is already a cherry pie. it just loses its wheels. So maybe there are certain achievements for hitting certain racers or cars with certain items. I know this isn't an arcade game, but it could be like those things in Super Smash Bros Melee where you get extra points for doing certain things during the round.

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Or something like them. During the Random Roster Race one of the racers picks up an item that fires a giant scoop of ice cream. it hits a car and seems to turn the car into a slice of cherry pie with the ice cream on top while the announcer and the jumbotron both say "A La Mode!" That seemed odd to me, both that the item turns the car into cherry pie, and that they would have this special display for when it happens, but if you look closely, the car that the ice cream hits is already a cherry pie. it It just loses its wheels. So maybe there are certain achievements for hitting certain racers or cars with certain items. I know this isn't an arcade game, but it could be like those things in Super Smash Bros Melee where you get extra points for doing certain things during the round.



Turbo was insanely jealous of Roadblasters, so he game-jumped to wreck their time in the spotlight. [[spoiler: but that was all he intended to do- he was so blinded by rage and envy he didn't think about what would happen to ''Turbo Time''. The two other racers we see- who are they? A popular Fanon is that they're twins. Turbo's older brothers, maybe? When he crashed ''Roadblasters'', he intended for ''Roadblasters'' to get taken away, but when ''Turbo Time'' got unplugged too, it not only took his home away, but ''his brothers died because of his actions''. So he spent his time drinking himself into a stupor in Tapper's, when he heard about ''another'' racing game being put into the arcade. So he grabbed the code and entered the game, thinking that maybe he could hide himself in his new persona and forget about his past, but Vanellope got in the way. After having done away with his own kin, (even if he didn't intend to) what was another kid's life ruined to Turbo?]]

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Turbo was insanely jealous of Roadblasters, so he game-jumped to wreck their time in the spotlight. [[spoiler: but spotlight, [[spoiler:but that was all he intended to do- do -- he was so blinded by rage and envy he didn't think about what would happen to ''Turbo Time''. The two other racers we see- see 1- who are they? A popular Fanon is that they're twins. Turbo's older brothers, maybe? When he crashed ''Roadblasters'', he intended for ''Roadblasters'' to get taken away, but when ''Turbo Time'' got unplugged too, it not only took his home away, but ''his brothers died because of his actions''. So he spent his time drinking himself into a stupor in Tapper's, when he heard about ''another'' racing game being put into the arcade. So he grabbed the code and entered the game, thinking that maybe he could hide himself in his new persona and forget about his past, but Vanellope got in the way. After having done away with his own kin, kin (even if he didn't intend to) to), what was another kid's life ruined to Turbo?]]



Say someone vandalized a cabinet beyond functioning or repair, especially when Mr. Litwak can't just get a new one. Now you've got all these homeless characters with nothing to do but sit around Game Central Station and hope they get a break. Or how about those SmallNameBigEgo types [[spoiler:who would go Turbo if they went too long without getting quarters]][[note]]If they're not getting quarters, then the gamers are ignoring them, meaning they've been left in the dust, which would lead to them going Turbo[[/note]]? Wouldn't he need to keep them satisfied to avoid another incident like that? If he tells this to his clients they'll probably know better than to allow these sorts of hypothetical situations. Obviously, though, not all of them would believe him, so he probably only tells the ones he think would--like, say, the particularly young gamers and some long-time customers.

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Say someone vandalized a cabinet beyond functioning or repair, especially when Mr. Litwak can't just get a new one. Now you've got all these homeless characters with nothing to do but sit around Game Central Station and hope they get a break. Or how about those SmallNameBigEgo types [[spoiler:who would go Turbo if they went too long without getting quarters]][[note]]If they're not getting quarters, then the gamers are ignoring them, meaning they've been left in the dust, which would lead to them going Turbo[[/note]]? Wouldn't he need to keep them satisfied to avoid another incident like that? If he tells this to his clients clients, they'll probably know better than to allow these sorts of hypothetical situations. Obviously, though, not all of them would believe him, so he probably only tells the ones he think would--like, would -- like, say, the particularly young gamers and some long-time customers.



In fact he was the one who named it "Game Central Station".

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In fact fact, he was the one who named it "Game Central Station".



** Always wanted a tatoo...

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** Always wanted a tatoo...tattoo...



* Or maybe, VideoGame/GangGarrison2 is an actual arcade tie-in with VideoGame/TeamFortress2

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* Or maybe, VideoGame/GangGarrison2 is an actual arcade tie-in with VideoGame/TeamFortress2
VideoGame/TeamFortress2.



Turbo might have died in ''Sugar Rush'', but remember how people thought he was gone for good after ''Turbo Time''? Well maybe Turbo somehow traveled through worlds and somehow ended up in our world through a disc, similar to how SonicExe communicates through his victims. Maybe Turbo manipulated a Dreamworks employee to put him in a film ... and Dreamworks [[WesternAnimation/{{Turbo}} made him into a snail]]. Turbo felt very humiliated about becoming a snail, but he still had his personality ... wanting to become the best racer in the world. HE IS TURBO REINCARNATED. And being a snail is the best part ... nobody will suspect that it's him!

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Turbo might have died in ''Sugar Rush'', but remember how people thought he was gone for good after ''Turbo Time''? Well Well, maybe Turbo somehow traveled through worlds and somehow ended up in our world through a disc, similar to how SonicExe communicates through his victims. Maybe Turbo manipulated a Dreamworks employee to put him in a film ... and Dreamworks [[WesternAnimation/{{Turbo}} made him into a snail]]. Turbo felt very humiliated about becoming a snail, but he still had his personality ...personality... wanting to become the best racer in the world. HE IS TURBO REINCARNATED. And being a snail is the best part ...part... nobody will suspect that it's him!



* Inviting characters still has the risk of a Turbo incident; though, so it requires a lot of trust.

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* Inviting characters still has the risk of a Turbo incident; incident, though, so it requires a lot of trust.



[[spoiler:As soon as Turbo saw the "Out of Order" sign on Roadblasters, he sped-on out to Game Center Station where he hit Tapper, and knock out a Foot Soldier from the TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles Arcade game for a costume but kept himself to Game Center Station. He kept a watch on any new possible game including his own game -- but mostly he just saw new non-Racing games -- until 1997, when ''Sugar Rush'' come in. He was annoyed by Princess Vanellope von Schweetz and wanted her out of her way. So he using his Foot Solider costume, he knocked out a few people for a disguise -- and took the name of Carol Candy, and enter ''Sugar Rush'' game. Princess Vanellope started to get a crush on the new arrival and Turbo/Mr. Candy used it to his full advantage. By the end of the 1997, via hints from the Princess, Turbo/Mr. Candy was able to find the code box for ''Sugar Rush'' and the code need to unlock the game -- allowing him to become King Candy and reprogrammed the memories of the other racer and make them think Vanellope von Schweetz is a Glitch.]][[WMG: [[Film/TronLegacy Encom]] owns Tobikomi.]]

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[[spoiler:As soon as Turbo saw the "Out of Order" sign on Roadblasters, he sped-on out to Game Center Station Station, where he hit Tapper, and knock knocked out a Foot Soldier from the TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles Arcade game for a costume costume, but kept himself to Game Center Station. He kept a watch on any new possible game game, including his own game -- but mostly he just saw new non-Racing games -- until 1997, when ''Sugar Rush'' come in. He was annoyed by Princess Vanellope von Schweetz and wanted her out of her his way. So he he, using his Foot Solider costume, he knocked out a few people for a disguise -- and took the name of Carol Candy, and enter entered ''Sugar Rush'' game. Princess Vanellope started to get a crush on the new arrival and Turbo/Mr. Candy used it to his full advantage. By the end of the 1997, via hints from the Princess, Turbo/Mr. Candy was able to find the code box for ''Sugar Rush'' and the code need to unlock the game -- allowing him to become King Candy and reprogrammed the memories of the other racer and make them think Vanellope von Schweetz is a Glitch.]][[WMG: ]]

[[WMG:
[[Film/TronLegacy Encom]] owns Tobikomi.]]



** Except if [[spoiler: Turbo recoded Mentos Mountain himself, then why did he never think to look there when he was hunting for Vanellope?]]

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** Except if [[spoiler: Turbo [[spoiler:Turbo recoded Mentos Mountain himself, then why did he never think to look there when he was hunting for Vanellope?]]



** Does that make Taffyta a cannibal?[[WMG: Lots of the characters in the arcade are bilingual]]

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** Does that make Taffyta a cannibal?[[WMG: cannibal?

[[WMG:
Lots of the characters in the arcade are bilingual]]



[[WMG: Turbo is also [[VideoGame/{{F-Zero}} The Skull ]] in disguise.]]

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[[WMG: Turbo is also [[VideoGame/{{F-Zero}} The Skull ]] Skull]] in disguise.]]
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* When you're depressed, you believe things that aren't true. Like, take it from me, that you're a bad person. How often did people pick the huge Cossack to play as in the Arcade? Zangief probably got depressed and started thinking it was because he was a bad guy, so he joined Bad-Anon, and while he still sometimes thinks he's a playable villain (which is why he still goes to prevent relapse) he feels much better about himself.



[[WMG: The arcade doubles as an Internet cafe]]
Because why not?



[[WMG: When you die outside your game...]]
[[PlaceWorseThanDeath You get sent to]] NewJersey.
** Or [[Film/{{Dogma}} Wisconsin]].
* So they go to the real world? Okay... we get to meet Mario, Sonic, Megaman, Link... etc...in person.



[[WMG: Vanellope's so-called "glitching" isn't really glitching.]]
As would make sense for an arcade game with a roster of selectable characters, the game seems to have special abilities for each PC (for instance, Candle Head being able to activate the cherry bombs). Vanellope may not have been able to control it at the start of the movie due to [[spoiler:King Candy messing with her code]], but wouldn't it make sense for a character that happens to be [[spoiler:the ruler of the land]] to have an elegant, somewhat low-key but extremely effective ability like [[spoiler:a limited-range TeleportSpam]]?
* It would make sense, considering that [[spoiler:at the end when the game is reset and her coding is fixed, she's still able to teleport.]]
* It is likely, possibly because [[spoiler:since she's supposed to be the best, this could help her RubberBandAI catch up to the player.]]
* It appears that [[spoiler:the moppet girl at the end of the movie needs to hit a button on the console in order to teleport, So the teleporting is most likely Vanellope's special ability. She probably just lost control on how to do so when her code was messed with.]]
* WordOfGod says that [[spoiler:she can still do it because she can look into the game's code, implying that it really is a glitch. The girl hitting the button to activate the teleport is likely because Vanellope replaced her intended special ability with the teleport.]]
** Wait... she can [[spoiler:[[Film/TheMatrix see the code]]]]?
*** She is the one.



[[WMG: Mr. Litwak knows exactly what's going on when the games "act funny."]]
Judging by his reaction when Ralph showed back up in his own game, he knew Ralph was up to something. [[spoiler:He probably figured it out when Turbo showed up in the other racing game, and knew what kind of damage someone like Turbo could do.]] He has the games unplugged and sent back so that his arcade patrons don't find out that the characters in the games are alive.
* [[spoiler:Based on the Flashback to Turbo's invasion of [=RoadBlasters=], his patrons have already seen it. "Is that Turbo?" Mr. Litwak doesn't want that happening again.]]



[[WMG: King Candy is an actual character in ''Sugar Rush''.]]
It would be much easier for [[spoiler:Turbo]] to take the form of a pre-existing character, right? And that would explain why he has a head sprite and it would bring the cast list to a nice round 16, exactly as many as the scoreboard could accommodate. Not sure where he'd fit in the story, since the game already had a ruler, but if I had to guess I'd say he was from a rival kingdom, maybe trying to take over? Again, very appealing to a person like [[spoiler:Turbo]], and fitting because even racing games needs some token villain in their lore.
* Though that still begs the question as to why [[spoiler:Turbo would mess with Vanellope's coding to make her into a "glitch". If King Candy was not a character in the game, it would make sense. Vanellope is the ruler of ''Sugar Rush'', and if her teleporting is really an in-game ability, she's one of the best racers. By creating a King Candy persona who rules over ''Sugar Rush'', he gives himself power, but to do that, he'd have to push the current ruler out. If King Candy was an actual character in ''Sugar Rush'' who was also in a powerful position, he would have no reason to get Vanellope out of the way]].
** [[spoiler:Silencing the witness(es). That's why he had to lock up the memories.]]
Another take on this: he is a character, but not a playable one. He exists only in Story Mode cutscenes and is [[spoiler:Vanellope's father. Which makes Turbo's takeover that much worse.]]
*** Story Mode Cutscenes? The game already has a "Build a Kart minigame". How elaborate can you possibly make an arcade game?
*** Not so much Story Mode as ''Attract'' Mode, which is more common in coinops.
* If it's in any consolation, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen King Candy and Turbo were meant to be separate characters]] in earlier drafts of the film.
* Jossed. WordOfGod says Turbo constructed King Candy himself, and KC was just a disguise rather than an existing character. Perhaps he just used fragments of existing clothing/skin/scenery textures. Either way there's no mention of whether KC may have been nothing but pieces of an incomplete skin, leading to...



[[WMG: Games/Cameos/References to be in the next movie....]]
[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZBSTUBCpWo As stated in this interview with director: Rich Moore has plans for a sequel.]] The question would be what game would be apart of the sequel? It's obvious since the movie was a success Nintendo may want to put more of there characters in there movie so...

'''Nintendo''':
* Franchise/SuperMarioBros: Mario and Luigi will finally have a cameo, albeit the one that was missing the first movie. In the sequel, they would have a bigger role since it focuses on console gaming.
** VideoGame/WarioLand: Wario will be a front person for heroic bad guys. Founding the inverse of the support group that appeared in the first movie.
* Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda: Just for RuleOfCool (and to see Ganondorf in Badanon)
* VideoGame/SuperSmashBros: Wouldn't that just be great to see Ralph as a trophy or Master Hand making an appearance somewhere?
* VideoGame/StarFox: Maybe Fox and Falco could be in Tapper? Peppy helping Ralph and the crew?
* VideoGame/{{F-Zero}}: It will be a missed opportunity if Captain Falcon doesn't appear in Sugar Rush or somewhere.
* Franchise/{{Kirby}}: King Dee Dee appearance anyone?
* VideoGame/PunchOut: [[WhatCouldHaveBeen Originally, Glass Joe was going to appear in Tapper.]] The sequel should have a reference.
* VideoGame/{{Earthbound}}: [[MindScrew Giygas]]. That's all.
* [[VideoGame/KidIcarus Kid]] [[VideoGame/KidIcarusUprising Icarus]]: The banter in Uprsing will fit the tone of this movie's style.
* VideoGame/WarioWare: 9-Volt, Mona, or Ashley would be nice.
* VideoGame/{{Pikmin}}: Olimar and the Pikmin should appear somewhere.
* VideoGame/{{Metroid}}: Although, Samus could still appear if she doesn't Ridley would well.
* Franchise/FireEmblem: If no cameos from a specific game, I guess the generic enemies of the series could appear.
* Franchise/ProfessorLayton: Don't tell me it wouldn't be awesome to see the Professor cracking a case in the background.
* Franchise/SpyroTheDragon: Classic Spyro's attitude would definitely fit the world.

'''Sega:'''

* VideoGame/NiGHTSIntoDreams: Since that and Sonic are both creations of Yuji Naka I wouldn't be surprised if NiGHTS's there or some kind of reference.
* [[Music/{{Vocaloid}} Project DIVA]]: There is an arcade version ([[NoExportForYou in Japan at least]]) And there were some cameos of characters not from VideoGames (like the [[Disney/MeetTheRobinsons The T. Rex]] and Music/{{Skrillex}}).
* Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog.
* VideoGame/PhantasyStarOnline: If the sequel deals with MMO's and online gaming this should be a no-brainer.
* VideoGame/StreetsOfRage: If Final Fight makes an appearance, I don't see why not.
* VideoGame/GoldenAxe: Death Adder making appearance?
* VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}: Makes sense, right?
* VideoGame/CrazyTaxi: Surprised that this game didn't appear at least.
* VideoGame/EccoTheDolphin: Would probably be limited to a background appearance, unless someone got lost in a game with a sea or beach-themed level.

'''Konami:'''
* Franchise/MetalGear: When you can have [[MortalKombat Kano]] appear in this movie and Snake appear in [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Brawl]] any game in the Ms is fair game, licensing aside
* VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution (the 2013 game) as well as other BEMANI titles.
* The TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles arcade game.
* VideoGame/{{Gradius}} or VideoGame/{{Otomedius}}.

'''Sony''': Though I'm not sure if there are any arcade games in the listed franchises.
* Franchise/SlyCooper,
* Franchise/JakAndDaxter,
* Franchise/RatchetAndClank.

'''Namco''':
* VideoGame/{{Tekken}}: Surprising there was no reference in the last movie, maybe in this one.
* VideoGame/TimeCrisis: VideoGame/HouseOfTheDead got in for light-guns, this should as well.
* [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soulcaliber/Edge]].

'''Capcom''':
* VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3: Disney does own Marvel now.
* Franchise/ResidentEvil: Nemesis or Wesker would do fine.
* VideoGame/ViewtifulJoe: Honestly, he would fit. BreakingTheFourthWall and acknowledging it's a movie should do fine.
* VideoGame/MegamanLegends: Tron Bonne and the Servbots, should make an appearance.
* VideoGame/DuckTales and VideoGame/ChipNDaleRescueRangers: RuleOfCool and Rule of MythologyGag.
** If this happens, there will be some reference to Launchpad's DarkHorseVictory as Greatest Video Game Sidekick of All Time.
* VideoGame/FinalFight: More BeatEmUps are needed.

'''WB Games/Midway/Netherealms''':
* VideoGame/{{Scribblenauts}}: Maxwell summoning stuff from his notepad, eh?
* VideoGame/MortalKombat's return.
* Doubtful, but maybe a minor reference to the [[VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum Arkham]] [[VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity series]]? Or, maybe VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs?
** Maybe the characters themselves won't appear, but the villain of the sequel will steal some of Scarecrow's fear gas and spray one of the heroes with it to slow them down. Probably Calhoun, given her {{Dark And Troubled|Past}} backstory. She'll go wild trying to kill imaginary Cy-Bugs, and the others will be dodging and trying to calm her down.

'''Valve''':
* ''VideoGame/HalfLife'' and ''VideoGame/HalfLife2'': [[UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} Valve and the internet go hand in hand.]] Plus it would lampshade episode 3' DevelopmentHell
* ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'': [[RuleOfFunny same reason as]] VideoGame/BlazBlue [[AllBlueEntry below]]. Ralph has appeared alongside Pyro, Heavy and Spy in the PC version of ''Sonic and All Stars Racing Transform''. "It is good day to be [[BigFun giant men]]!"
* [[VideoGame/{{Portal}} Portal and Portal 2]]: SelfDemonstrating/GLaDOS did get a reference in the first movie.
* Being one of the most well-known videogame icons, Gabe Newell himself. He isn't new to making cameo appearances.

'''Square Enix''':
* Franchise/KingdomHearts: Surprised no one mentioned it. Though the big problem is how do you make a crossover of ''two'' {{Massive Multiplayer Crossover}}s?

'''Id Software''':
* {{VideoGame/Doom}}: If Doomguy doesn't appear, at least the BFG 9000 should.
* {{Quake}}: Goes well with VideoGame/TeamFortress2.

'''Other''':
* VideoGame/DukeNukem: "I waited thirteen years. It wasn't worth it."
* VideoGame/BlazBlue: Cause it will be [[RuleOfFunny ridiculous]]
* VideoGame/{{Touhou}}: Maybe as a GeekBonus?
* VideoGame/TombRaider: Lara Croft, as a kind of BrickJoke.
* VideoGame/SeriousSam: Same reason as VideoGame/ViewtifulJoe. Also it would absolutely hilarious to have a [[MascotMook Headless Kamikaze]] at the Bad-Anon meeting, talking about his life in an oddly intellectual way (much like in the BFE trailers) despite, y'know, lacking a head.
* VideoGame/PokerNightAtTheInventory: If the ''[[{{Bowdlerise}} unBowdlerised]]'' Tapper managed to make it in, why not this? The Inventory is a place where videogame characters hang out in their free time after all.
* VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlert3: [[BearsAreBadNews The war bear.]] For viewers who aren't familiar with the game, it would be a [[BigLippedAlligatorMoment completely random cameo]]
** Random graffiti of several of [[VideoGame/CommandAndConquerTiberium Nod's]] slogans like "Kane lives in death!" or "Peace through power!" on the walls. That or Kane actually being a very nice guy (he did gave Havoc his autograph).
* I can totally see Sora from Franchise/KingdomHearts appearing. (Actually more likely a Wreck-It Ralph world in ''Kingdom Hearts'') but "Nemesis would do fine!?" You are aware this is a "kids movie" from "DISNEY" right? Why not throw in realistic rotting Zombies and Lisa Trevor for good measure?
* What? No love for [[Creator/SNKPlaymore SNK]] stuff? Needs moar KOF stuff, please!
* Needs more ''{{Franchise/Pokemon}}''.
* [[BlinxtheTimeSweeper Blinx the Time Sweeper]]: If someone died outside of their game, he could use a Rewind Time Crystal to revive them.



[[WMG: MadWritter's guess for ''Wreck-It Ralph'''s DVD Bonuses]]
* {{MST}} from the heroes (Felix, Ralph, Vanellope and Tammy)
* DVDCommentary from Richard Moore.
* Behind the Scenes
* Trailers
** Teaser Trailer
** Official Trailer #2
** Fake ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' commercial
** Fake ''Sugar Rush'' commercial
** Fake ''Hero Duty'' commercial
* [[spoiler:A 3D cartoon taking place after the movie having Ralph and Ms. Schweetz trapped in Puzzle Castle.]]
* A fake 2D ''Fix-It Felix'' cartoon from the 1980s.
* A fake 2D ''Sugar Rush'' pilot for a cartoon from the 1990s.
* A storybook where you can choose a character (Felix, Ralph, Tammy, or Vanellope) to read the story to you or you can read it by yourself.
* DVD-ROM version of ''Hero Duty'' comic
* DVD-ROM version of ''Fix-It Felix Jr.'' game.
* DVD-ROM version of ''Hero's Duty'' game that acts similar to "Doom".
* DVD-Rom version of ''Sugar Rush'' game that uses a mouse instead of a keyboard.

[[WMG: [[http://soundcloud.com/danieledwards/chance-to-be-the-hero This song]] will become AscendedFanon]]
Please let this be true...And besides, it would make sense if they put it in, seeing as {{I Want Song}}s tend to get awards for some reason.


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[[WMG: The Sugar Candy Racers are adults too]]
* There's nothing creepy about a Shipping between Ralph and Vanellope - the game is fifteen and Vanellope has 15 years of life experience. It's just her programming that makes her look like a kid, and the Candy Racers were programmed to be kid-like. They learn, it's just that they don't age like a human would.
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* A TV show on the Creator/DisneyChannel aimed at preteens or for Creator/DisneyJunior aimed at preschoolers sounds AWESOME! It would be like ''JakeAndTheNeverlandPirates'', which is an interactive show like ''Dora'' that doesn't treat kids like they're dumb, and has a very irreverent villain for a ParentalBonus! Vanellope and her racer friends go on tasty adventures!
* A preschool show seems likely but just to cater to a variety of audiences they might make a series like WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic. Or, better yet, give Wreck-It Ralph his own series.

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* A TV show on the Creator/DisneyChannel aimed at preteens or for Creator/DisneyJunior aimed at preschoolers sounds AWESOME! It would be like ''JakeAndTheNeverlandPirates'', ''WesternAnimation/JakeAndTheNeverlandPirates'', which is an interactive show like ''Dora'' that doesn't treat kids like they're dumb, and has a very irreverent villain for a ParentalBonus! Vanellope and her racer friends go on tasty adventures!
* A preschool show seems likely but just to cater to a variety of audiences they might make a series like WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic. ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''. Or, better yet, give Wreck-It Ralph ''Wreck-It Ralph'' his own series.
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