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  1. Ralph Breaks The Internet is pretty damn good I'd say. Clever, Funny and a valuable message for kids. If you think the videogame aspect is gone don't worry, it's still a big part of it.

    1. SenEDDtor Missile

      SenEDDtor Missile

      Some part of me was expecting it to be the Emoji movie with Wreck it Ralph characters. Apparently not.

    2. pppp

      pppp

      @SenEDDtor Missile It's not even fair to compare. The Internet aspect actually helps the story instead of just being a gimmick. It helps that the jokes are actually funny and accurate to how the Internet is unlike the Emoji movie.But just like with the first movie the games and web are just vehicles for the actual story. It's a story about what it means to be a friend of someone, something that everyone can relate to regardless of gaming and web knowledge, and it's valuable for kids.

  2. pppp

    Mega Man: Fully Charged

    Yeah the Man Man episode is actually the best one so far if you ask me, some of the jokes involving him were genuinely witty and for once the moral didn't come across as forced as usual. It's an alright episode all around, nothing special but by this show's standards that's an accomplishment.
  3. pppp

    Mega Man: Fully Charged

    Even so, I think he came around way too easily.
  4. pppp

    Mega Man: Fully Charged

    I don't know, I mean obviously I'm not a specialist on the subject but I found it really insulting that Cut Man's OCD can suddenly be overcome by a generic moral speech from Mega Man, if the show wants to explore this topic then it should have handled this with more tact and effort.
  5. pppp

    Mega Man: Fully Charged

    Oh yes, because of course the original designs were so hard to tell apart: That just doesn't hold water.
  6. pppp

    Mega Man: Fully Charged

    Dewey is the most interesting of the triplets thanks to his mother search subplot and eventual payoff that develops his character, so no definitely a great character. As for Mark well obviously it depends on wether or not you like Internet humor.
  7. pppp

    Mega Man: Fully Charged

    I don't quite know what you mean with those words, but my basic point is Ducktales is not shallow or obnoxious, the humor is well written and something like the final 2 eps of season 1 are quite meaty storywise, serving as an example of a show aimed at kids that doesn't insult kids intelligence.
  8. pppp

    Mega Man: Fully Charged

    You're gonna have to be more specific, I don't remember any badly written character in Ducktales so far.
  9. pppp

    Mega Man: Fully Charged

    Like I said multiple times in this topic, if the show is not aimed at fans of Classic then why the constant use of the Mega Man 2 theme and all the references and meme usage that only fans would get? Not to mention the pixel art scenes clearly meant to appeal to nostalgia. Mega Man X doesn't constantly shove in classic references. Maybe if the show took the time usually focused on those things to flesh out the characters more things would be better. Once again, how about an origin story about how Aki became Mega Man? Or maybe are they pulling a Ladybug and saving it for the Season 1 finale. When are people are gonna realise this excuse is horseshit? Tangled, Ducktales Reboot, Big Hero 6, Voltron and other kids shows airing right now don't have any of the "trappings" we accuse the show of having. Being a kids show doesn't serve as an excuse for lesser quality in any way whatsoever. I'm adressing that quote for the record, not @RockmanX211.
  10. Dude you have no idea what you're talking about, so I'll just drop the conversation.
  11. pppp

    Mega Man: Fully Charged

    Yeah aren't we all glad Roll was thrown away for her? She feels like a writer selfinsert character.
  12. pppp

    Disney's Wreck-It Ralph 2

    So yeah the embargo lifted, here's the consensus of the so far 93% rating: "Ralph Breaks the Internet levels up on its predecessor with a funny, heartwarming sequel that expands its colorful universe while focusing on core characters and relationships." https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/ralph_breaks_the_internet/ Looks like the emoji movie comparisons were unfounded.
  13. pppp

    Mega Man: Fully Charged

    The truth of the matter is that unlike with Sonic Boom, very few people will mourn its death. Yeah its not dead yet but with the abysmal tv ratings it has and that CN clearly wants to kill it, it's only a matter of time. The fact that most people including me accuse it of having identity issues, lack of focus and just bad writing in general doesn't help, since worrd of mouth could be helpful otherwise. Here's a question I have, when exactly is this show gonna show an origin story for the protagonist? If Dr. Light didn't give him the ability to turn into Mega Man then who the hell did? Was it Suna? Actually exploring the character instead of wasting the first 17 episodes with nothing of substance might have mitigated it. How are young kids supposed to get invested in the hero if they don't know anything about him that makes him relatable? You now, since we're all mourning Stan Lee's death right now, here's a lesson in writing that these writers should take, since this is a superhero show: For the first 17 eps this show used its characters as vehicles for immature jokes and unearned moral lectures, instead of actually writing them as people, missing completely what makes superheroes great. If by some miracle the show gets a season 2, that's what the writers need to do. "Write people, not just guys punching each other", or in this show's case not just doofuses cracking bad puns.
  14. Well yeah improvements to movement would require remaking, not remastering. As for the rest of what you said here, Bluepoint did all that, they replaced the models with improved versions and made the lighting better: Bluepoint are the best in the world at remastering and remaking games, you could never get a better remaster than this, I don't know what you were expecting from PS3 games remastered for PS4. Making it look as gorgeous as Uncharted 4 would be impossible unless they remade the games from scratch.
  15. So Jamie Fristrom, the great mind behind Spider-Man 2's swinging system has played it and he loved it, saying it improves on his 2004 game's swinging further, this is officially the sucessor to that game everyone wanted.
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