lmao dude, what the hell is wrong with you?
But seriously, to call it a stupid question? Sad.
I would say it's more sad that you think it's something wrong with a person when they doesn't share the same opinion as you.
I wouldn't call question 16 stupid, but I think it's useless and on the borderline rude towards the Konami staff. I mean, Konami, like all companies, wants to make money, and for many gamers nowdays 3D is the only way to go. Unfortunate, but that's how it is. And Suikoden V is an extremly good Suikoden game (and my favorite PS2 game) and it's in 3D.
What he could have done instead of bashing the question was answer it. Did he? No, he called it stupid. I actually helped out and answered someone's questions, which were quite redundant, without having to use the word stupid.
If you think it's rude to the Konami staff, take a look at question 11. The person who made that is basically saying that Konami US does a bad job. You don't think that's rude? I'm not bashing question 11 as I do feel the need that Konami finds a better partner company rather than a company that doesn't fully deliver to its customers.
PS. If Konami was in it for the money, they would have resolved to a nice HD remake of SI or SII instead of making a spin-off that gives new players a different look of what Suikoden really is.
I'm totally with you on this one man, I think that question is incredibly legitimate and even if you disagree, to call it stupid outright is just rude. Is it too much to be civil here?
I think it's a very legitimate question, one of my favorite aspects of Suikoden 2 is how interesting the battles look, because all of the characters have unique stances and swing their swords in unique ways, and then in Suikoden 3 you have several really uncreative 3D models, several of which are shared between characters, and it really just looked unartistic (Is this even a word?) and bland. I remember using Edge and Futch in my team, two completely different and unrelated characters, and they both have the same battle stance. It looked unappealing and I remember missing the Suikoden 2 art style a lot.
But yeah, raging aside, I see I'm late to the party, although I doubt I could have contributed any really important question to the list. I would like to know what Murayama is up to these days though.