Chapter 9 of The Chameleon Chronicles had been uploaded last month, and this month will be Chapter 10. That leaves two chapters left for March and April. After that, work will resume on Doctor Who: The Star Wars Chronicles, which was left on a bit of an interesting plot.
I feel that now is also the time to announce that Pokémon: Shadow Boom is being reviewed to both make the story flow a bit better, and to update it where needed so it isn't a mess of writing styles.
I have to admit, looking back, it wasn't perfect to add too many projects to the schedule, as it did mess me around a bit. That is why, of course, I have now scaled back on the number of writing projects to just one main focus.
The review of Star Wars: The Force Awakens will now have to wait until after home media release. It's been so long, and there's been so much else going on, that I feel I wouldn't be able to do it the justice I would like. And talking of The Force Awakens, it was announced today with a teaser that LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens would release on 28th June.
Coming to PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U, PS Vita, 3DS, and PC - the announcement says it will feature content set between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens, or at least explore the time between the two in some way. There might be something relating to the game uploaded by me on here some time soon, whether this month or next.
As for everything else, I'll be uploading a video of Star Wars Battlefront EA soon, and might even showcase another GTA Custom Race. You will have noticed that the Previous Blog Archives are now complete, and the old Weebly website will no longer feature that content any more starting from this month. There might be a use I can put it to though, so don't be sure to discount that old site just yet.
Also of interest is the Pokémon 20th anniversary celebrations, which kick off with a code to get a Mew in the latest games. Merchandise relating to Mew, including a Mythical Collection Trading Card Game set, of which one will be coming each month, just as with the codes. Visit the Pokémon 20 website [now redirects to the main US site] to get more information.
For now, I will say keep an eye out for the announcements of uploads on both the Facebook and Google+ pages, and that is all for now.