Planeptune DOESN'T represent Sega?
Seems like a retcon to me, like Sega said something or something. Not saying it is, just that's how I see it.
Eyeshield wrote:Pore, he is MIZUMikomi. Mizu is water. Water is formless, constantly changing shape, adapting to the surroundings... To succeed in life, one must be formless, like water...
vampko wrote:And this world they go to is an alternate reality, as has already been confirmed. I didn't know she made that statment, but that doesn't make it appear as any less of a retcon, much how Mk2 was a retcon. Retcons aren't necessarily bad things, but I'm really confused why you're confused that people are making this connection. I'm not some super CH fan (though it may appear as such), and I don't pay attention to every bit of news that comes out of them. Or that happens for their games. Why call her Nepgear? Why have her resemble a Gamegear in a lot of ways?
Alura--x--Uneii wrote:Mk2 could have just replaced her with a Dreamcast personification if they wanted~
Porecomesis wrote:That's like a country asking to stockpile all the nukes in the world. Or vertical09 offering to let the cast of the game sleep in his house.
Sik wrote:Um, people, you all seem to forget a tiny detail... If Planeptune doesn't represent Sega, then why Pururut is its goddess? Pururut's HDD form definitely resembles one of their consoles (unlike Neptune). If they wanted to make Planeptune separate from Sega they could have easily just made a different nation instead (or at least given it a different name).
I took that comment as "we aren't following exactly what happened in real life during 1989"...
@Mizu: Neptune is a planet name in English, Sega never got the chance to enforce it as a trademark (its usability as such expired as soon as they withdrawn it) and it's being used as the name of a character, not a console. Good luck getting suing for that and winning =P
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