None of this escapes my perception, as I have told many. I just don't like the perceivable inconsistencies and direction. It's like driving into an intersection that says left turn only, but despite the sign, going straight is the only way to get to where you'd like to go. However, I'm not familiar with, nor have heard of the game unless you're referring to the mobile Android based game. No disagreement, even if I only enjoy 1/4 of the episodes from season 4, that's about 7 more than I would otherwise enjoy.
Technically, they are pointless other than sharpening one’s critical thinking skills ^^, unless people are just being brash. Megan’s statement doesn’t correspond to anything we’ve seen thus far, unless Twilight happens to turn back. Otherwise, she’s just giving an obligatory tongue in cheek dodge to what’s been clearly understood from the beginning of the series. As for the book or movie, as I far as I understand, they’re not technically part of the “Friendship is Magic” series or is not labeled as such despite obviously being a part of G4 MLP. EqG begins at an undefined time with undefined circumstances. In the season 3 finale, we see her fly quickly and without wavering toward the screen and we know that the season 4 premier continues right after the season 3 finale. She being not very good at flying in EqG is a fairly clear indication of this separation. Even Hasbro understands that the movie, and particularly the book, will attract a slightly different audience. Hollywood couldn’t have just picked any Harry Potter book to bring to the silver screen and expect people to have followed the books.
I apologize if it seems I’m actually making a big deal of this. It’s certainly not a biggie in the scheme of things, just history as usual. I just wish to see how this could possibly be rationalized without screaming “cover-up.” Nevertheless, I also eagerly wait to see what happens.