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If a moron wants to upload it to a shitty website for other morons to suffer it, it's up to them. RHDN seems to be a more decent place than those other websites you visit.
Nope. All blood is correctly explained context-wise.
Oooh, about the MMZ Restoration patch specifically...Spoiler:I personally don't think it works well at all. For one, most everything in the Mega Man games is robotic, including the drones and enemies you're chopping up. So why is there blood coming out of them? It doesn't make any sense. Maybe if it was oil or something, but not blood.
Second, I think the story, for as ridiculous as it is, works better with the 'censorship'. Mainly, how Copy X and his regime says they're 'retiring' Reploids, not actually killing them. It's a euphemism to try and call attention away from the horror of the action, exactly what a totalitarian dictator would try to do. Even Zero pauses and stumbles over the term, it's clear it doesn't fit - and I think the story is better for it.
But that's just me.
I'm sorry, but slapping a but of images into an upscaler is not remastering. And they are always so obviously upscaled.
It takes no effort and no skill.
Learn how to recreate the images or learn to paint and interpret and trace the originals in 2D or 3D. Or use the upscaling as a basis to get a head start to manually clean up and make it look correct. (https://www.fortressofdoors.com/doing-an-hd-remake-the-right-way/)
This stuff masquerading as "Remastering" is getting out of hand, it's bad enough it gets used in commercial releases when publisher can't be bothered to give a project an actual budget to hire real artists to do the job right. But that takes time and effort.
I love Legend of Dragoon, but it deserves better than this.
I've made a small hack to display the currently selected spirit on the battle hud. can share if youre interested
This is far from the worst RPG out there but the one I enjoyed the least and actually finished is Bravely Default. The first four chapters of that game are fun enough but once you begin the later half of the story where you have to repeat the events of the entire game 5 or 6 times was insanely tedious. Literally half of the game's entire playtime is spent repeating the events of the first 40 hours over and over again with only very minor differences each time. You basically are just level grinding for another 40-50 hours until you face the final boss, who is really powerful and almost requires that you are proficient in specific jobs and have specific skills/spells in order to defeat them. I am always surprised that Bravely Default is seemingly so beloved by so many people and is ranked so highly on lists of the best games for the 3DS when half of the game is so terrible. I can only assume that everyone that loves the game never actually finished it or they just really enjoy the job system. Personally I never would have finished that Bravely Default under normal circumstances but, at the time, it was the only portable RPG I had access to so I stuck with it. I never played the sequel but even if it is better I was just so sick of that franchise after the first game that I couldn't even bring myself to play it.
Legend of Dragoon. Couple of my friends absolutely loved this one but it bored me senseless.
Xenoblade Chronicles (or yawnicles more like).
If it's your type of thing, Hollow Knight is a *steal* at $15.