« on: February 12, 2016, 02:09:57 am »
Maybe if I was still in middle school I would be.
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Also it was the system that spawned those crappy CGI movies, and they keep doing them...What? In-engine cutscenes are way more popular nowadays than CGI - especially from big budget titles.
Yuji Hori showed the crowd his personal vacation photos the crowd's been waiting to see?That would have been the best subliminal message.
Now, let's say you downloaded a copy of FF7 onto your PS3. Sure, right now things are going swimmingly because your PS3, even if it's one of the older models, probably works fine and dandy. However, what happens when your PS3 breaks down, and Sony decides to stop online support for the system because it's no longer profitable to do so (I'm not sure if they have, but you know it's right around the corner)? Now, it's not just a matter of buying a new system (as it is with my physical copy of FF7), now I'd have to not only get a whole new system, but buy an entirely new download of FF7 as well.This problem is nonexistent when it comes to stuff you buy off Steam and PSN. Software purchases are tied to your account, not your console. If one console breaks down, you can redownload games that were on it for free. You don't need to pay for the games again.
Would you care to expand on that? I just recently started playing this and I was able to take care of one of my ususal control gripes by remembering that there is a button config screen.It's not so much that they were bad to begin with, but Fusion and Zero Mission improved on them so much that it's hard to go back sometimes. Having to cycle through five different items with just a select and cancel button is pretty clunky, the physics can be really floaty at times, and the run button is rather superfluous - the GBA games automated the speed booster and it worked completely fine.
itt: anti-guide-user elitismIf you're hiding half the game's content behind a wall of cryptic nonsense or uber-specific sequence triggers, that's generally bad game design. Hidden content for completionists is fine and all, but it should be implemented in a way that encourages the player the poke around using the game's usual sensibilities rather than a bunch of esoteric bullshit that no one would ever figure out without a strategy guide.
sorry i don't immediately know with my magic dog wizard powers how to get all 108 stars of destiny!!!
although I really don't use guides as much anymore, just for like parts where I know i can miss stuff (cough FFX-2 cough, thank god youtube exists to see the 100% ending but i still want all the dresspheres)
P.S oh and btw, just to let you know The Simpsons is/was made by Koreans and that turned out to be goodWhat? That show was originally animated by Klasky Csupo and then Film Roman - both American studios in California.
Keep the coolness, I also think most modern anime are stupid: it doesn't matter if it is either fanservice or some critic view of the world, it is uninteresting for their audience.Yeah, Sturgeon's Law is in full effect for anime nowadays. Business and economics have a lot to do with that. The 2008 recession hit the industry like a ton of bricks, apparently.