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Understanding that rumors are just that, rumors. Star Fox – Metroid: Fusion Saga is in this category for a reason..

May 19, 2012

There are dozens of rumors that come out of thin air over all things video game related each and every day on the internet. As we approach E3, that number multiplies times 10 and makes scouring the internet for real news, a pretty big pain.

I hope that all PGN readers by now know that I’m not on the internet to cause harm and hopeless wishing for gamers, only to leave them disappointed in the end. I’m here to bring what I know to be fact, to the masses…as I’ve done with Street Fighter IV, Metal Gear Solid 5, and PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale to name a few of the “big ones”.

In the case of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Manhattan Crisis that I shared earlier in 2012 and Star Fox – Metroid: Fusion Saga just today, they’re but two of many rumors that I receive weekly. Out of the few years that Paul Gale Network has been online, only putting up considerable rumors a handful of times equals a ratio of 1: Every Few Hundred Days.

The rest of the year my site has normal video game news, charts, martial arts tutorial videos, offers people the chance to get in shape by asking me for fitness advice, fun projects that I work on and share for entertainment sake, and so on.

I do have a real life outside of the internet. It’s one that like many of you, contains a job, regular exercise regimen, martial arts practice, playing video games, watching TV and movies, and so on. I have a social life, a family life, etc. With these things, I don’t have the time to make up my own wishful, thought-up game. It’s really a great thing to be able to share news, your own creations, and sometimes a piece like today’s that’s unique and came your way perhaps before anyone else saw it.

Sometimes a rumor turns out false, but it’s never meant from the get-go to cause trouble. Just honestly take this game as a possibility that Nintendo/Retro Studios may have thought up at some point, be wishful in that if it’s true, it turns out amazing, but not wishful in the fact that the game is indeed 100% real.

Thanks for listening and here’s to E3!

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