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Someone doesn't drive stick...:) The third pedal is the foot clutch and is only used when changing gears in a manual transmission automobile. A clutch is two metal plates in the engine. When you press the clutch pedal down the plates come apart separating the engine from the drive wheels allowing you to change gear. Bringing the pedal back up re-engages ...


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It may be Mishaela, a minor villain from Shining Force. Same pointy ears and blue skin and belt, though her hair is usually shown as purple and her dress a bit less sexy!


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Because Vanellope is from a car racing game, where, unsurprisingly, they drive race cars. High performance cars classically used manual transmissions, because the human can make better decisions about when to shift gears than a computer can*, and the difference is plenty enough to be the deciding factor in winning races. You may know that engines ...


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Having the ability to glitch and being a glitch aren't the same thing. When Ralph confronts Sour Bill about Vanellope's picture being on the side of the game the following conversation takes place Sour Bill: Vanellope was a racer until King Candy tried to delete her code! Ralph: Tried to delete her code? So that's why she's a glitch! After Sour ...


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Characters didn't recognize him as a movie character, so Wreck-It Ralph (2012) may not have existed in the Wreck-It Ralph universe. The "Wreck-It Ralph" arcade game is fictional, but in the Wreck-It Ralph movie's canon, it is a well-known game. There are also fictional websites e.g. BuzzzTube. So this universe already has some fictional canon, even though ...


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To go Turbo means to ruin the facade of the game for the gamers and risk the game being shut down as its "out of order". Prior to the end of the movie, people going between games only happened after the arcade was closed, so obviously no gamers notice anything. Towards the end, Qbert's team joins in the Fix It Felix game, but it is done in a way that makes ...


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In the Wreck-It Ralph universe the word "Turbo" is used as a synonym for the word "crazy" but with slightly more meaning. We can see this in multiple places throughout the film: At the start, when Ralph is talking at the Bad-Anon meeting: Satan - You're not going Turbo, are you? Ralph - Turbo?! No, I'm not going Turbo! Ralph - C'mon guys! Is it ...


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The dress reminds me of a skin for a champion of League of Legends named Evelynn (Slightly NSFW as the character's base skin has very skimpy garments) Though she is not a villain in the game itself, she is known as The Widowmaker and when picked in the game, generally causes a lot of panic to the opponents, as she has a deadly stealth mechanic and is ...


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First, let's clear up a misconception. Films don't normally "come out on the same day". It is more common for this to happen nowadays, but many films still have several weeks or months between American release and European/worldwide release. (10 years ago, in the UK we had to wait 6 months in most cases.) There are several reasons why films are released at ...


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I think she is a Minor Boss-thing Lady from Zelda....one of the old versions. Her minions tried to kidnap Zelda from Link..


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Fix-It Felix says something along the lines of: I'll cover for you We can only speculate that it's a mix of Felix covering for Ralph and the game not being as popular as it once was. Plus as few people have pointed out in the comments, it could have been a day when the arcade was closed, we know it all happened in roughly the space of 24-36 hours, ...


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In all likelihood, Fix-It Felix Jr. (Ralph's game) was not the most popular game at the arcade and Ralph's absence was not even noticed sad trombone Consider the age of the game by the graphics and gameplay depicted. Similar to Donkey Kong or the original Mario Bros, this looks like an 80's game that somehow has survived to modern era. Compare to Sugar ...


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Yes, it is entirely possible that the 2012 Wreck-It Ralph film exists in the Wreck-It Ralph universe, although admittedly it is never explicitly mentioned. Unfortunately I don't think there is any single piece of hard evidence that proves it. However, I offer this conclusion based on solid reasoning that considers several well established in-universe ideas. ...


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Because characters from different games can and do significantly interact with each other routinely. This is so common that there is Game Central Station – a place where characters quickly “commute” between games. They have inter-game therapy sessions with each other: We also see the ...


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