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  1. Agreed, but it was nice to more fully confirm what those two characters actually were. Otherwise, agreed (they should have done it in some other way).
  2. I doubt this will ever come to actual fruition but it is a terrible idea. I just rewatched all of the 2004 reboot with my wife since she'd never seen the show and it's still fantastic. Yes, including season 4, which doesn't deserve any of the hate (especially when you binge the show).
  3. Chicago Bears for $1,000. 1. Bears TD 2. Under 40 3. Carson Wentz 4. Atlanta Falcons 5. Carolina, LA Chargers, Kansas City 6. NY Giants 7. Dallas Cowboys 8. Todd Gurley, DeSean Jackson
  4. I like The Lost World: Jurassic Park, so . . . Recognizing it's obviously not as good as the first one. Otherwise I agree.
  5. Colin Trevorrow is a terrible writer and director, and the first two Jurassic World movies were straight garbage. Jurassic World 1 at least had plenty of "so bad it's good" moments but Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom was just plain bad. How you fuck up making a good dinosaur movie is beyond me, but we have more bad Jurassic movies than good ones now. Anyone having hope for Jurassic World 3 being good should just kill that shit now.
  6. I don't think you guys understand how a company works. The SaGa games are SaGa creator Akitoshi Kawazu's baby and he's a Square veteran. He gets to do what he wants with his department and he's been working hard to get enough money from Square Enix to fund Romancing SaGa 2 and 3 remaster as well as SaGa: Scarlet Grace - Ambitions and getting all 3 to the US to a wide enough market. The people who decide which games get remastered at Square are all different. The US never got these three games before, we should be happy we finally are at all. SaGa games getting remastered doesn't really reflect on Square's priorities as a whole. It's the same reason we keep getting Mana games because the creators of that series are still at Square and working hard on pushing to get the budget to make Mana games (Trials of Mana is due out this upcoming April, 2020). The bad porting is overblown. It's not great but it's not bad. Depends on how you feel about Akitoshi Kawazu and his incredibly obtuse and idiosynchratic gameplay systems that he does not explain in game at all. He's the guy responsible for Final Fantasy II's weird battle system where you get experience hitting your own characters. If you're into the opaque and difficult to decipher gameplay systems with interesting stories and characters, then the SaGa games are the way to go, but note that he's for a very specific brand of gamer. His biggest mainstream successes are probably SaGa Frontier 1 + 2 for the PS1 and Unlimited SaGa for the PS2. His games' narratives are at least often more adult and have more depth than typical Square Enix offerings.
  7. Philadelphia Eagles for $600 1. Eagles TD 2. 4-5 3. OBJ 4. Carson Wentz 5. Minnesota, Buffalo, Tennessee 6. Eagles (highest), Dolphins (lowest) 7. 3 8. Peterson, Jones
  8. I did enjoy the original movie and have not read the book - I'll definitely put it on the list.
  9. It's pretty good. Matt Reeves is an excellent director and he did a really good remake. Is it better? I don't think so, but it's pretty good.
  10. They helped but the game still wasn't finished after the DLC! Control of all things may help with that. I was mostly kidding but some people think Sony will buy Remedy (totally baseless but possible). I think Sony should though.
  11. I've heard the Romancing SaGa 2 port is above average, just that Square Enix needs to stop porting the mobile ports of the original ROMs of their games down to bizarrely translating the mobile controls to PC/consoles.
  12. I look forward to the two DLC expansions - Alan Wake had two DLC story expansions that were direct sequels to the main game. Hope the same is the case here. I wonder if they'll make Control 2 and if that'd now be a Sony exclusive.
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