I understand and love a lot about Japanese culture. There’s a rich history of class systems and heritage. Anime is a mostly respectable medium to tell philosophical stories about the human condition and motivation. Without Japan, gaming as we know it today would have died out with the North American video game crash of 1983. But one thing I don’t get is how a game mostly about fan service that sold little more than 500K copies worldwide and did little for gaming as a whole, aside from embarassing gamers, gets to see a sequel.
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