Thursday, October 23, 2014
"I think there are probably some people in Capcom that want to do Mega Man games, and if that’s the case, I really hope they do them because it’s a great character. But that’s totally up to the publisher what sort of content they’re going to invest in, and what sort of content they’re not going to invest in." — Keiji Inafune (source)
My reaction? Keiji Inafune has gotten that right. It's totally unfair to really, REALLY bash the Blue Bomber after many years of faithful service. Inafune is right that Megaman is a great character, he conceived Megaman and that Megaman became quite a huge hit. Too huge that it had to move on with going to other systems. It went to the SNES, later the X series got so popular it went beyond Nintendo systems and invaded other systems. Megaman is a very important cultural icon that cannot be dismissed disrespectfully!
For example, I just can't forget the atrocity that Capcom did by suddenly canning Megaman Legends 3 in SPITE of a huge fandom wanting to bring the series' third game. WTF Capcom?! I mean TAKE a look at all the petitions it has gone beyond 100,000 people who want Megaman legends 3 returned. I was expecting it back then and WTF why did they cancel it? All the poor excuses isn't going to do! Capcom, you WTF ruined my childhood with improperly ending the Megaman series!
If Capcom is really greedy enough, it should GIVE IN to the demand of making Megaman Legends 3, wrap up Megaman Legends then focus on what games the various versions of Megaman can be placed into!
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Here's some Vannessa Hessler pictures for today...
Time for some delicious toasts for breakfast!
The Failipino says, "I love my country. I love the Philippines. I am not like those Pinoys who reject Pinoy pride, to love our country means to make a Philippines only for Pinoys. I am a Pinoy and I am proud of being late, of not following guidelines, of my sense of humor, I am always ready to defend my fellow Pinoy Pridist no matter what... even if they are guilty." For them, they love their country but oh really?
Let's take a look at these examples. There is the parent and the child. Now why does a parent tell the bitter truth to the the child when he or she does wrong? It's because they love the child. This parent tells the truth not to hurt the child but to help the child see what's right and what's wrong. On the other hand, we can have the poor example of overindulgent parents. Afraid their children will get offended, they end up overindulging the child aka raising up spoiled brats. The poor may steal what the child wants, the rich wastes money on that child until they are soon forced to loan money for that reason. This should show why the Failipino actually hates the Philippines.
Hatred can happen in two ways... passive and active. Active hatred for example is like me always badmouthing, insulting, hurting someone because I despite that person. Hitler's example of active hatred for the Jews was displayed when he openly persecuted them. The Failipino's hatred for the Philippines is a passive one. Like the example that I raised about overindulgent parents. Whenever a parent does not rebuke a child's mistake, it is a very act of hatred. As the saying goes, "You can rebuke without loving but you cannot love without rebuking." To refuse to lovingly rebuke a child is just as bad as or even worse than rebuking without loving and it is a form of passive hatred, which is a hatred that the person is not aware of that he actually is hating the person by his or her actions. The Failipino is indeed a passive hater of the Philippines.