Posted by rgveda99 in Why is Mugen good for you? (Started by JJkoolaid April 06, 2021, 08:51:28 PM
Board: M.U.G.E.N Discussion
Board: M.U.G.E.N Discussion
Old school 2D sprites will never die.
are you serious? you wanna go through the hoops of paying for a vpn just to pay more for a disney+ subscription?
bro, its all over the internet... no need to pay twice for it.
back on the subject of "NRS/WB arent triple A studios"
dawg my girlfriend knows what MK11 is. She doesnt even know what a Gundam is.
I had to explain to her wtf KoF was as a franchise.
I heard two midwestern baby boomers go to each other "yeah yeah my grandson he uhhhhh been playin that mortal kombat game that came out."
im very very very sure that makes NRS/WB games' stuff household names.
that is all.
As much as I like KOF MI, I understand it would be impossible to move in that weird Tekken dial-a-combo gameplay direction. Moreover, KOF XIV has easy mode combos, so that should be covered?
Thats the point- the game is looking less of a sequel and moreso a "port," but charged at the price of an entirely new game. Between SF4 and SF5 we didn't just get "port" level changes to existing characters, we got entire overhauls (or significant updates) not just in graphics but in the core gameplay and identities of the characters. There's no discounting all the hard work that goes into creating new content like music, story and artwork. But the question is whether this has grown stagnant and uninspired on a gameplay level, and for me it really seems to be trending in that direction. I agree that the game LOOKS better, but if the game just needed to look better for me to judge it as a worthy entry in the series or even just worthy as a sequel/update then a lot of mediocre games would be getting rave reviews. I hope to be proven wrong by new mechanics or something, but theres only so much you can slap on top of the characters themselves in a fighting game. I wanted new moves or something, maybe even some gameplay entirely like in the case of Seth in the SF series. Its becoming less "iteration" and more "copy paste" this many games into the series.
The thing with the Fox X-Men movies is that there isn't really much reason for Marvel Studios to try and salvage it: they aren't getting back most of that cast, and the last few movies have totally torched whatever goodwill was won back after Days of Future Past and Logan. Like jeez, if Fox never got bought by Disney, I think we'd be seeing a total X-Men movie reboot in a few years.
In a surprise announcement tonight, it was revealed that The Devil is a Part-Timer! will be getting a second TV anime season in celebration of the light novel's 10th anniversary, which is written by Satoshi Wagahara and illustrated by 029. The first season of the show aired from April 4, 2013, to June 27, 2013. The first trailer, key visual, and confirmation of the returning cast were revealed, giving us the first taste of what the new season will be serving up.
@rgveda99 Those were written by slott, I think. Haven't got around to reading his run yet.
How do you feel about the finale not lining up with your theories?
I feel like they didn't polish some of the dialogue and scenes enough to make it clear that some of the things they've shown weren't really meant to be intensely speculated about e.g. dottie and the contact monica kept hyping about.
Jmorphman said:Fuck John Byrne, all my homies hate John Byrne.
Lol. But I liked his she-hulk run. Byrne lit the match but bendis torched the whole place imo. Even hickman is boarding the wanda character assassination train--I mean give the woman a break already
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