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  • CEC-ABS Entertainment Incorporated (better known as Chuck E. Cheese's) has announced that it plans to open up a brand new resort waterpark and hotel in the north end of Irving. The name selected for this entirely new development? Chuck E.'s Stay and Splash Resort.

    This resort will contain:

    • A large waterpark
    • Stores run by Chuck E. and his friends, selling CEC merchandise and themed goods
    • Dining areas serving up different kinds of food
    • A Chuck E. Cheese's fun center and arcade
    • Three upper floors with hotel rooms

    The ideas behind the shops and restaurants are similar in concept to the Anpanman Children's Museums - they have "shopping malls" with stores selling themed goods and food, run by characters from the animated television series. The waterpark and hotel idea was that of Dave (better known as the CEO of Horizons Industry). I, however, was the one who decided to piece this idea together.

    What do you think about this brand-new concept?

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    • I think we can start with one Chuck E.'s Stay and Splash Resort in Irving, Texas and see if that is successful then we can explore other locations for this new venture for Chuck E. Cheese's.

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    • Me and Dave are curious as to what may be featured in the waterpark area of the resort. Considering you're the local expert on theme parks, you were the first person we thought to ask with regards to the matter.

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    • TheLuigi755 wrote:
      Me and Dave are curious as to what may be featured in the waterpark area of the resort. Considering you're the local expert on theme parks, you were the first person we thought to ask with regards to the matter.


      Well, since the water park is going to be Chuck E. Cheese's themed, I say we install an animatronic stage show as one of the dry attractions at the water park resort. The animatronic show's Chuck E. bot will have the "Avenger" outfit. I don't know what stage is going into the resort, but I'll keep you posted on other attractions at the resort.

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    • BigSpinCoaster wrote:
      Well, since the water park is going to be Chuck E. Cheese's themed, I say we install an animatronic stage show as one of the dry attractions at the water park resort. The animatronic show's Chuck E. bot will have the "Avenger" outfit. I don't know what stage is going into the resort, but I'll keep you posted on other attractions at the resort.

      We're going to put a full Chuck E. Cheese's family fun center somewhere inside the resort, which will likely be the location of the stage. Not sure about what exact type of stage we'll have at this time, but we'll think about it.

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  • Yesterday, at around 6:39am AEDT, Kenji Yukimura visited staff at a soon-to-be-opened Charlie Cheese's location in Canley Vale, Sydney, discussing the future of the brand in Australia. At around 7:01am, he tried a cup of Dippin' Dots - an ice cream dish that is sold in the United States by many theme parks, consession stands, zoos, malls... and Chuck E. Cheese's.

    But Kenji didn't like them. 4 minutes after taking his first bite, he immediately said that he has "no idea why such sub-standard ice cream is being sold, by us, in Australia". 2 minutes after that, he reported that he wasn't feeling well. 9 minutes after that, he returned to the restaurant area, feeling better. Despite there being no serious after-effects, Dippin' Dots have left a bad impression on Kenji.

    After hearing about this, Cedar Fair and Horizons Parks announced that they would remove stands selling the ice cream confection. Meanwhile at ABS, Kenji is now threatening to pull them from the menus of corporate-owned Chuck E. Cheese's restaurants.

    We ask for your opinion on this matter.

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    • TheLuigi755 wrote:
      Yesterday, at around 6:39am AEDT, Kenji Yukimura visited staff at a soon-to-be-opened Charlie Cheese's location in Canley Vale, Sydney, discussing the future of the brand in Australia. At around 7:01am, he tried a cup of Dippin' Dots - an ice cream dish that is sold in the United States by many theme parks, consession stands, zoos, malls... and Chuck E. Cheese's.

      But Kenji didn't like them. 4 minutes after taking his first bite, he immediately said that he has "no idea why such sub-standard ice cream is being sold, by us, in Australia". 2 minutes after that, he reported that he wasn't feeling well. 9 minutes after that, he returned to the restaurant area, feeling better. Despite there being no serious after-effects, Dippin' Dots have left a bad impression on Kenji.

      After hearing about this, Cedar Fair and Horizons Parks announced that they would remove stands selling the ice cream confection. Meanwhile at ABS, Kenji is now threatening to pull them from the menus of corporate-owned Chuck E. Cheese's restaurants.

      We ask for your opinion on this matter.

      Sounds more like a personal taste problem with Dippin' Dots, but it's no reason to pull it from the menus of corporate-owned Chuck E. Cheese's restaurants. Besides everyone has their opinion on Dippin' Dots.

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    • BigSpinCoaster wrote:
      TheLuigi755 wrote:
      Yesterday, at around 6:39am AEDT, Kenji Yukimura visited staff at a soon-to-be-opened Charlie Cheese's location in Canley Vale, Sydney, discussing the future of the brand in Australia. At around 7:01am, he tried a cup of Dippin' Dots - an ice cream dish that is sold in the United States by many theme parks, consession stands, zoos, malls... and Chuck E. Cheese's.

      But Kenji didn't like them. 4 minutes after taking his first bite, he immediately said that he has "no idea why such sub-standard ice cream is being sold, by us, in Australia". 2 minutes after that, he reported that he wasn't feeling well. 9 minutes after that, he returned to the restaurant area, feeling better. Despite there being no serious after-effects, Dippin' Dots have left a bad impression on Kenji.

      After hearing about this, Cedar Fair and Horizons Parks announced that they would remove stands selling the ice cream confection. Meanwhile at ABS, Kenji is now threatening to pull them from the menus of corporate-owned Chuck E. Cheese's restaurants.

      We ask for your opinion on this matter.

      Sounds more like a personal taste problem with Dippin' Dots, but it's no reason to pull it from the menus of corporate-owned Chuck E. Cheese's restaurants. Besides everyone has their opinion on Dippin' Dots.

      Kenji has realised. It's been another one of those times when Kenji just has a little bit of a personal issue with something that he just doesn't have to use.

      Dippin' Dots are here to stay. Kenji can just order something else next time he goes to a CEC.

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  • Do you think it would be a good idea if this wiki had stuff about fictional bus authorities? 

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  • At 9:02PM BST on the Discord, RighiCorp announced plans to open a new Cedar Fair park in Australia, as part of a new international expansion effort. Less than 4 minutes later, Horizons Parks announced that it would open something in the country, either an adventure or holiday park. ABS, in an attempt to equalise the score, announced the opening of more Charlie Cheese's locations, which is expected to happen some time next week.

    What does BigSpin Corporation say about opening a new Six Flags park in Australia?

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    • TheLuigi755 wrote:
      At 9:02PM BST on the Discord, RighiCorp announced plans to open a new Cedar Fair park in Australia, as part of a new international expansion effort. Less than 4 minutes later, Horizons Parks announced that it would open something in the country, either an adventure or holiday park. ABS, in an attempt to equalise the score, announced the opening of more Charlie Cheese's locations, which is expected to happen some time next week.

      What does BigSpin Corporation say about opening a new Six Flags park in Australia?

      As of now, Six Flags has no plans to open a park in Australia.

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  • Bubsy the Bobcat, voted as the "worst video game character of all time" by readers of a gaming magazine in the Republic of Oplana, is returning in a brand-new game. We understand that Accolade is simply attempting to resurrect a dead face knocked down in the 90s video game mascot craze, but we fear that it could inadvertently destroy the modern video game industry as a whole.

    Need proof? Here you go.

    Kabushiki Gaisha ABS is proposing that KB Toys refuse to stock the PS4 version of the game in its stores. We look to you, BigSpin Corporation, the other half of the KB company, to express your opinion on this matter and what you want to do in this outrageous attempt to resurrect the worst video game character of all time.

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    • TheLuigi755 wrote:
      Bubsy the Bobcat, voted as the "worst video game character of all time" by readers of a gaming magazine in the Republic of Oplana, is returning in a brand-new game. We understand that Accolade is simply attempting to resurrect a dead face knocked down in the 90s video game mascot craze, but we fear that it could inadvertently destroy the modern video game industry as a whole.

      Need proof? Here you go.

      Kabushiki Gaisha ABS is proposing that KB Toys refuse to stock the PS4 version of the game in its stores. We look to you, BigSpin Corporation, the other half of the KB company, to express your opinion on this matter and what you want to do in this outrageous attempt to resurrect the worst video game character of all time.


      Well, I kind of agree of KB refusing to stock the PS4 Bubsy game in its stores even though we already refuse to stock Nintendo products at KB Toys and I personally don't think we need to refuse to stock a game for a non Nintendo system.

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    • BigSpinCoaster wrote:
      Well, I kind of agree of KB refusing to stock the PS4 Bubsy game in its stores even though we already refuse to stock Nintendo products at KB Toys and I personally don't think we need to refuse to stock a game for a non Nintendo system.

      Okay. Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back doesn't come out until autumn, so we have plenty of time to evaluate the situation.

      I have taken your thoughts into consideration and will not declare any embargo on Bubsy yet. However, TWOAF Discord users have said that Blockbuster, Gamestop and Toys 'R' Us will not be selling or renting it.

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  • He gave me an invitation to his knockoff of this wiki. 

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  • MD co-owns the page with Sega

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  • I, Kenji Yukimura, in addition to the chief executive officers of RighiCorp and Horizons Industry, have previously contacted you regarding the marking of multiple Chuck E. Cheese's Snack Spots as closing soon. We removed these misleading tags and asked you to stop making decisions on behalf of our company, Kabushiki Gaisha ABS.

    You responded by saying "I need to stop playing backseat CEO of ABS". We all welcomed this respectful decision.

    However, you have broken that promise. Five ABS-owned outlets - Aeropostale, P.S., 77 Kids, Abercrombie & Fitch and American Eagle - were inserted into the mall directory for the Steel Center. Four of these are stores that I have not opened, nor planned to open. The offending listings (Aero, P.S., 77 and AEO) have been removed from the Steel Center directory.

    I politely ask you to refrain from engaging in such behaviour in the future.

    - Kenji Yukimura

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    • TheLuigi755 wrote:
      I, Kenji Yukimura, in addition to the chief executive officers of RighiCorp and Horizons Industry, have previously contacted you regarding the marking of multiple Chuck E. Cheese's Snack Spots as closing soon. We removed these misleading tags and asked you to stop making decisions on behalf of our company, Kabushiki Gaisha ABS.

      You responded by saying "I need to stop playing backseat CEO of ABS". We all welcomed this respectful decision.

      However, you have broken that promise. Five ABS-owned outlets - Aeropostale, P.S., 77 Kids, Abercrombie & Fitch and American Eagle - were inserted into the mall directory for the Steel Center. Four of these are stores that I have not opened, nor planned to open. The offending listings (Aero, P.S., 77 and AEO) have been removed from the Steel Center directory.

      I politely ask you to refrain from engaging in such behaviour in the future.

      - Kenji Yukimura

      Well then maybe should stop playing backseat CEO of Righi and Horizons and focus on being CEO of my own company!

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    • BigSpinCoaster wrote:
      TheLuigi755 wrote:
      I, Kenji Yukimura, in addition to the chief executive officers of RighiCorp and Horizons Industry, have previously contacted you regarding the marking of multiple Chuck E. Cheese's Snack Spots as closing soon. We removed these misleading tags and asked you to stop making decisions on behalf of our company, Kabushiki Gaisha ABS.

      You responded by saying "I need to stop playing backseat CEO of ABS". We all welcomed this respectful decision.

      However, you have broken that promise. Five ABS-owned outlets - Aeropostale, P.S., 77 Kids, Abercrombie & Fitch and American Eagle - were inserted into the mall directory for the Steel Center. Four of these are stores that I have not opened, nor planned to open. The offending listings (Aero, P.S., 77 and AEO) have been removed from the Steel Center directory.

      I politely ask you to refrain from engaging in such behaviour in the future.

      - Kenji Yukimura

      Well then maybe should stop playing backseat CEO of Righi and Horizons and focus on being CEO of my own company!

      The main point of concern isn't Righi or Horizons. It's ABS. We don't mess around with your brands or company. And whenever we do want to change or add something to one of your pages, we always ask you for permission before we do it. This means Kenji can put more focus on ABS' subsidiaries.

      Playing backseat CEO with our company is causing you to lose focus of your own operations at BigSpin Corporation. As such, we recommend you stop engaging in such behaviour for the sake of your own company.

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  • Righi spun them off into a 25%-owned subsidiary Lifestyle Brands.

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  • He sockpuppeted on Fictional TV Stations as Waterfox4, he was reblocked. I wonder what will happen with him here so I will need your opinion.

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