Then you probably shouldn't buy them
Aren't they really hard?
I'm a wimp, so...
What? I missed Harvest Moon talk?
Going to put my two cents in anyway. If you're on the fence about getting it, get it!! It has a slow start, but after that it's amazing! Best Harvest Moon in a long time.
Like Apples to Apples? Like Pokemon? The you'll love Apples to Apples: Pokestyle!
Pokemon Drama Island - Episode 3: The Amazing Rac- Oh Wait, Wrong Show.
My popular story from FF.net has come to the forums! Joy!
34 Pokemon come arrive to an island to take part in a reality show that could get them rich and famous! However, can they survive the harsh gauntlet of challenges up ahead?
Spoiler:- Want my Friend Code?:
Arghhhhhh WHY IS THERE NO RELEASE DATE FOR THIS GAME IN EUROPE YET?
Rising Star Games, it's nice of you to localize Virtue's Last Reward for us, but really?
What more Rising Star Games knew about this but failed to do anything about it.
Last edited by blaze boy; 19th December 2012 at 1:04 PM.
Yeah, I have no idea why Sega graduated to scumbag status, but they did, and they should be deeply ashamed.
Anywho, I'm now a beekeeper in Harvest Moon. It's nice to farm honey.
Also, my cow is doing pretty good. It produces high quality milk now.
And someone gave me a Silkie egg over Wi-Fi. (A Silkie is the superior version of the chicken) I'm not ready to have Silkies or chickens yet. Even though I have a coop built already.
Sorry. I'll keep my stuff in spoiler tags for awhile.And... and I think I'll just keep off this thread for now until the Harvest Moon talk is long gone... *goes to cry*
Here's the article. Even if I am biased towards Level-5 because of Professor Layton and Inazuma Eleven, let's be honest, that's as stupid as patenting "rounded corners".
How many patents do you think companies who fill their coffers by attempting to innovate input methods - Apple, Nintendo, etc. - own on things that seem universal to us, like touch screens, inputs, gestures, control devices and the like? The answer is a lot, and I guarantee the majority of them would make us normal folk go "wait, really, you can patent that?"
The touch screen on the DS and 3DS probably seems about as basic as you can get to us as a small, stylus-based touch screen with no multi-touch, and yet I guarantee you Nintendo holds some sort of patent on the touchscreen input they developed for the line, a patent that they could defend if they felt it was being replicated unfairly.
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1) The Inazuma Eleven series has been around since August 2008. Why not sue them earlier-- oh wait more money, of course. Sure, lawsuits may take some time to prepare, but I doubt it took them four years.
2) Apparently, SEGA filed their first patent in 2009, a year after the first game in the I11 series was released, and it was probably in development since a while earlier than that.
3) A lot of games use touch screen controls, not just specifically the I11 series. At this rate they could sue every company that does. Heck, couldn't Nintendo do the same, if they wanted to?
Level-5 should be okay, though. I hear they recently hired an ace attorney.