You apparently haven't heard of Sonic's harem (i.e. the women who dream of marrying a man in a Sonic suit).
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Oh I know they have. But that just reflects that they don't think critically about their laws. I think the only people who will buy these are Trump voters anyway, which means money not going to Trump. Democrats are offering a collective "meh" at this gesture... holding companies are the devil, after all.
By the by, these games have been hosted on Internet Archive for a while now and the U.S. copyright office has given IA a pass on all of their holdings. Nobody -NOBODY- really cares about these games except Sega and their most rabid fans (and these people are the definition of rabid).
*shrug* I don't feel any compunction at all to buy those games. I'll just keep playing them on Internet Archive or wherever else I feel like.
So they re-released the roms. Big deal. Now go put the truth to my sig lol.
That's the only way to do it, as far as I can tell. I'm serious.
I can only speak for the SNES version but "ehhhh". It pretty much has everything that I usually see in RPGs. Lots of interation with NPCs (some can become party memebers if you got the cash/nuyen), experience points (karma points), a stat leveling system, customizable equipment, some fantasy and scifi elements (typical in RPGs), a large world to explore somewhat freely, etc, etc. I can't think of anything that would make it not an RPG. To me it is 100% an action RPG. If the Sega version is anything like the SNES version (I know they're supposed to be pretty different) then it is def an RPG.
Side note: Shadowrun is dope.
EDIT: I just looked up the Sega CD version. It appears to be a turn-based RPG and looks really cool. I am now so disappointed that we didn't get it.
Not only that, they're welcome on Steam Workshop for their package thingy (though IMO I don't really know why you would buy that).