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KH13, July 1, 2020 in General Discussion
+ there is a kinda confirmed remake
in the same list that leaked kh4
So 7 gets a full remake, 8, X, and XII get a remaster, 9 gets maybe a remake (remaster???) AND a show, but all FF6 gets is a Pixel Remaster
Life as a final fantasy fan is sad if one of your favorites wasn't worked on by Nomura 😔
Or 9 lol
probably bc 6 is not that loved
top 1 is usually 7, 9 or 10
Well 6 should be part of that conversation Goddammit 😭
Kefka > Sephiroth
Plus 7 is popular with the normies 😔
even if it aged poorly visually and got terrible translations
that one really needed the remake
I mean don't get me wrong 7 is rad lol I just have a love hate relationship with it.
They had also interest in doing a ff5 remake according to Kitase and X-3 after FF7R is done apparently, but wouldn't rule out them actually doing remakes of 2,3,4,and 6 as well
Granted of course I don't just want them to do FF stuff but, spreading the love more would be nice
I'm pretty sure they have other projects to work on besides FF and KH, they have been busy with 2DHD ones as well along Mana and Chrono series, so yes they have lot on their plate, not to mention Parasite Eve and Front Mission
finished the stranger of paradise demo, not sure if i wanna go through to the full game. think i'm gonna look up the story instead. anyone have any good "story summary" videos they can share?
So. My thoughts on Chip n Dale.
Overall it was pretty much what I thought it was going to be: a weird concept saved by good writing. It’s not often I laugh at a Disney film but this one got at least a chuckle a minute out of me. I think part of why the humor works as well as it does is because it’s very self aware.
They know the Rescue Rangers fandom is pretty much dead. They know bootlegs are running rampant. They know people are sick of the remakes. And honestly? Seeing them go off brand this much and take risks like this is very refreshing.
I also like how the implications of being an animated character are toyed with a bit more than they are in Roger Rabbit. Like how they’re all terrified at being bootleged.
There are two issues I have. One, Dale doesn’t really learn anything until the literal last minute. Two, the animation feels a bit cheap and not quite up to Disney’s usual standards. By no means hideous though.
the animation is
sort of disgusting on Chip and the other ceI-shaded characters
especiaIIy since they animates at haIf the framerate as the other character for NO reason
l wiII say that l Iove their being sock puppets in there
fr their appearance was hiIarious
jk simmons's character
in this case though, l'm reffering to those open season Iookin dudes in the back he's taIking to
Didn’t really bother me but I see where you’re coming from
gonna be reaI, Roger Rabbit is primariIiy a Iegend because it does one thing extremeIy weII
and that's the animation bIended with reaI Iife
if it weren't for that one aspect done to perfection, the score for it wouId go from an 8 to an aImost 7
Chip n DaIe has some humourous moments for sure, but a Iot of them reIy on haha l get that reference
but outside of Lumiere (for some reason) no 2D character Iooks Iike they're part of the scene
the Iighting NEVER affects him
l do reeeaaIIy Iove the design and animation on the big cat megamix that chases them
foIIowed by IiteraIIy the best gag in the entire movie
and l STlLL hate peter pan in this
"haha that character from your chiIdhood grew up and became scum haha funy jeok pIease Iaugh"
That’s not the joke; the joke is “the boy who never grew up lost work because he grew up”.
that's quite the uh
how do l say this
13 year oId kid originaI joke
aIso thank you for teaching me how to use semi-coIons
I mean, maybe I’m easily amused, but I found it funny.
As a future English teacher, I appreciate hearing this.
Silly take of mine: the snowplow from mickey's twice upon a Christmas is the best non-pixar twist villain Disney has ever made
Yeah I think the animation on 2D characters was probably because it's a budge film, although Lumiere oddly doesn't seem to suffer from this effect. Aside from some parts that felt like clever writing, the part where Peter Pan's downfall seems like it parallels with Bobby Driscoll's treatment in real life feels awkward
Tom Cruise is on a roll, n he's back for another Impossibleness
Will this top Mission Impossible 2, we'll see...
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