That almost certainly means that Tomoyuki Matsumoto was checking out my edits. Pretty sweet. Hope he got the witty comments that I leave in some of descriptions.
And it's true, if you're passionate about edit making, as Tomoyuki Matsumoto surely is, having been with the franchise since the Super Famicom (SNES in the West) days, you'll likely find it interesting to see how people have overcome the obstacles in porting characters over. Fewer moves in the older games. I solve this by just repeating the last move in subsequent slots but other people just make up new moves for the missing ones.
What about the MMA section for games before there were MMA moves? You can't just repeat for that section. So what I do is a pick a similar wrestler from FPR and steal their MMA section. But other people probably just, again, just put whatever moves they think are best in there.
Some video game directors would crack down on people uploading content that's ripping off their old games. But not this guy. He recognises the hypocrisy that would exist since Fire Pro has historically been based on stealing other's intellectual property. Underdead Taylor, indeed.
In other news, I'm cancelling their dentist appointment tomorrow. It really did not sit right with me. From the rude dental assistant to the used car salesman cum dentist to the whole unprofessional feeling around the reception area with people eating lunch and chatting openly with colleagues. I'll have to make an appointment with another dentist. Might leave a negative Google review too. People should really be warned.
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