I don't really feel like they need to go down the remake path. Gameplay wise, most of their stuff holds up, graphics wise it leaned more artistic then technical anyways so their old stuff doesn't look that bad. I would rather they make new stuff, or have more releases on the virtual console.
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I played up to the castle in Persona 4 when it came out, but then I quit because it was so similar to 3 and I'd beaten that only a few months before. Then I watched the Endurance Run and didn't feel the need to play through it once I'd seen everything. A couple years afterwards I did it anyways, it felt like replaying the game.
That's pretty much the only time I've ever done something like that though.
I'm no law man, but that doesn't seem particularly "transformative" to me. The drawing itself doesn't seem to be altered at all. Does putting stuff next to other stuff count as being transformative? Can I legally upload copyrighted movies if I put some stock footage of puppies picture in picture?
The artist is being pretty pushy, but if you're such a small voice, that's pretty much the only way to ensure you're being heard. And if I drew a character I liked, and then someone used my picture of that character in a video series that shames everything about that character, I'd be pretty annoyed too. I think Anita should do the right thing and either remove the picture from all of the material or compensate the artist for her work.
I think the system used in Chrono Trigger is great, I guess technically it's just the ATB system, but the harsh timing really requires you to think on your feet as you're planning your attacks. It blends the tension of an action game with the thoughtfulness of a turn based combat system. It doesn't hurt that all of the bosses are so well designed either.
Pokemon has a really clever little battle system. It's simplicity is really it's greatest virtue, and for the sake of this simplicity they made a system that isn't quite like anything else. It's also the only system that I think works really well in a multiplayer setting.
The Bravely Default system has been really refreshing as well. Normally I find systems like the one in BD really repetitive and slow paced. The Brave system totally destroys the repetition though, and that paired with the song based buffs makes the combat move a hell of a lot faster.
The systems in Persona 3 and 4 are pretty great too, though I've never really been able to articulate what I like about them. I'd include stuff like Fire Emblem, Final Fantasy Tactics, and Tactics Ogre, but I'd consider those more strategy games than rpgs.
Maybe this is why I'm single, but I totally wouldn't apologize for that. It sounds like she was being a shit head, so you got mad at her. You don't have to apologize for being angry, it's a natural human emotion.
I think a good medium rare is best. However I'd take a steak that's too done over a steak that's not done enough, and I've had some pretty undercooked ones ordering medium rare before. So depending on how much I trust the restaurant, sometimes I'll order medium.
When I cook it, it's always medium or medium well. I'm not a very good griller yet.