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Full Meter Panic
#21
Can we get a title edit for the thread to reflect the correct name for the game please? Smile
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#22
this game is sounding a lot like a front mission game

http://www.rpgamer.com/news/Q1-2018/013018c.html

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#23
So this comes out in like 2 weeks. It's hard to do research on this game without walking through spoiler hell.
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#24
I was interested in it, but there's so many other better titles coming up and this one hasn't really generated much reason of intrist in it so I'll probably wait to here how it plays out first.

If it's just a simple campaign where you go through the story then I'll lass. But give me a bunch of What If scenarios like the Bonta-Kun insurrection or Playble Nami, then I might be game.

The problem with the current part of FMP is that I think the current part of the story, the fun time is over. Basically the story is all seriousNess and drama and none of the comedy from S1 and Fumoffu. Even in TSR there wasn't really much.
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#25
I'd like to get it, but I have similar concerns about spoilers since I'm also watching the new anime, so I'll probably put it off for a bit.

Also unlike everybody else I didn't finish SRWX in a week ._.
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#26
Well the bad news is then you'll probably have to be putting it off for a couple 3-5 years then.

The anime is only 12 episodes, and unless they have massive time skips that will cover very little of all that's left to cover. That's why most fans just stopped caring about the anime because after a decade, to only get 12 measly episodes that won't cover much to begin with, it was a huge turn off.

Especially when SRW already did better jobs at telling the new materials, multiple times already.
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#27
Oh yea, you reminded me about what sucks about mecha light novel series The main product is the light novels themselves. The anime is just a commercial for the light novels. They're left incomplete so that people go and buy the light novels, this thing is never going to get finished.
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#28
It's not that. It's just the change in the industry in the last decade. Back in the day this would have gotten at least 24 episodes. But now, most shows only get 12, some times even down to 10. Even major franchises like Gundam only get half of what they'd get back in the old days at best.

Sponsors and studios don't want to take a chance.

People are mad that it only got 12 episodes, but what did they expect? The industry in this day and age doesn't work on nostalgia and fan followings. They'd never green light a series out of the limelight for a full 24 episodes. It's not 10 years ago and definiely not 20 years ago. Even Sunrise is afraid of green lighting a full 50 episode Gundam series now.

The name Full Metal Panic doesn't mean a thing anymore, and it's not special. Not after over a decade. Studios and sponsors aren't going to take a chance giving it 24 episodes when most fans stopped caring long ago because they'd already read the ending and or player multiple interpretations of it in SRW. Most have all already bought the novels.

While I hate it, especially when a light novel i like gets greenlighted, I fully understand and from a business standpoint I'd do the exact same. Pretty much Fate/ is the only franchise right now that I can see the studio fully green lighting a long running series because they know it'd print money. And a few others such as Pre-cure, and most Shounen Jump show.

Plus, it's not like it's new. The last 2 seasons were also only 11 or 12 episodes as well. That's just the age we live in.
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