CD AGES wrote:Ultrapro: CVS2 EO is essentially a watered down CVS2 which did appear on the dreamcast. Don't see where KOF MI Series or even Soul Cal 4 any business with Dreamcast.
CVS2EO wasn't watered down in the least, if by watered down you mean that something was removed from the original version. as far as I'm aware This wasnt the case, so obviously that means it wasn't "watered down". In actual fact there was online battle added to it for EU and all other regions where the DC version was only available in JAPAN, and then the addition of the EO move control system.
my series, if I ever get around to doing it, will consist of games that I FEEL were either related to the dc or are a sequel to a series that started on the DC. games that quite possibly would've still been on the DC were it to not be dropped when it was. Soul Calibur 4 is an example of a series that STARTED on the DC, (I know about Soul Blade, I consider Soul Calibur to be a new series) that doesn't mean I think that the game could possibly have been on the DC, it just means it has a relation to the Dreamcast and its legacy, thats all.
theoretically, If the dc had prospered and survived then there's no telling what games would've come out on it but one thing is for certain, Soul Calibur was a massive DC hit and I'm sure the series would've continued on that platform in one way or another if the DC actually survived, or its successor.
so bottom line, if I see a relationship to the Dreamcast in a game on the xbox I'll make a video about it and explain in the comments/info why I feel it is related to the DC or a game on the DC... if people don't like or agree with my explanation then they don't have to watch the video and can give their opinion on the video comments.