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Probably not what they mean, but I really really want the Zelda: Oracle of Seasons/Ages to be remade on the Switch like Link's Awakening was. Those games were made by Capcom I believe.

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It is a movie that should have never been made. He should feel bummed out.

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@cheeseweasel24: I'd agree, except that Blizzard was not staying out of politics here, they were just siding with the Chinese side of politics. And when they were caught with their pants around their ankles, they had to rescind a large portion of their harsher-than-necessary punishment to try to keep their business from capsizing in the U.S.

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@mogan: Given their track record, that is VERY unlikely to happen.

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@cheeseweasel24: Blizzard is going to hurt a lot more form this than the player is. They may have even known this was going to go down the way it was, and decided to heroically sacrifice themselves to force Blizzard into this situation. Blizzard is going to lose business from this debacle, and rightfully so.

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Given how hard Blizzard went through the wringers over the last year, this recent story really has to be one of the final straws.

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@alastor529: Good lord. You write and form arguments like one of my Jr. High students. It is very clear to me that you are not yet an adult. Spelling/grammar aside, your self gratification and child-like comments... "I gotta hand it to myself" "i gottta pat my own back" and "I always get what I want"... big yikes dude. Clearly you aren't getting quite what you want here though. The MCU Spiderman movies are WIDELY enjoyed, they will continue being made, and Raimi is not coming back to make another Spiderman movie. Speaking of Raimi, you praise him as an incredible director, but I am pretty sure you probably couldn't tell me any of his other works without looking it up. To save you the trouble, he doesn't have a particularly jaw dropping resume.

Also, "na uh I like this better, so its better" is almost EXACTLY what you are doing! Your arguments themselves had zero substance in them until your last post. I snorted my drink while reading that, it was a real knee-slapper. Also, taste is subjective my dude, there is no such thing as having "good" or "bad" taste. It is ALL opinion, and opinions cannot, by definition, be right or wrong.

Anyway, Spiderman 2 was a solid movie. The rest of that trilogy was memed to hell and back, because it was pretty cringe-worthy. Tobey was not a very good Peter Parker overall, but did decent with the Spidey-mask on. Tom Holland delivers a believable portrayal of Parker as a highschooler, and as good a performance as Spiderman in costume. I am interested to see if he can pull off a matured adult Parker in the future. He nails the nerdy highschool Spiderman so well though.

Both Villains have been done very well in the new movies, especially Mysterio in the newest one. That movie had arguably some of my favorite villain-fight scenes, rivaling some of the well done Doc Ock scenes. The action sequences are well done overall in both of the new films, they are exciting to watch. The Spidey costume looks great too. Ultimately, the biggest draw for MCU Spiderman is quite literally getting to have him interact with the MCU. Seeing Spiderman on screen with all the other heroes, and to live in their world, is a real treat. And it has been handled pretty well.

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@alastor529: His character being unbearable for 90% of the movie, REGARDLESS of whether or not it was on purpose, is still bad.

I don't have a problem with this version of MJ. She is different from the original, but as an isolated character, I don't have any problems with her.

I have enjoyed both Homecoming and Far from Home. They were entertaining. Clearly, most people agree. Both movies did tremendously well, were well received by critics and fans alike, and the outrage over the Sony/Disney debacle speaks for itself. People want this Spiderman to continue.

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@alastor529: TBF, Tobey in Spiderman 3 was the most unlikable character ever in a Spiderman movie.

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@alastor529: Your last sentence there? Yikes. Makes you come across as a minor still. If so, you best buckle up. That isn't how life works in the real world.

Back to the point though, Venom was mediocre at best. And letting the heroes play in a larger shared sandbox is just better all around. Sony making all these bizarre spinoffs almost cheapens the whole thing though.