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.
Well hey, if you think it's rude for me to save a dying art, I'm not going to appologise.
Suikoden 1 and 2 were the easiest to get into because when something uses sprites, there is no real limit to how you can make a game look: 3D Playstation 1 games look like ass now, and soon enough, PS2 games will if not they already do.
However, Suikoden 2 still looks great - because they didn't make it try and use the "latest graphics" - I know graphics aren't what make a game, but at the same time, replay value wise, I can't go back and play, say, Tobal No. 1 (which I considered a stunning game) without thinking about how horrid the game is.
You can argue that graphics don't make a game, but I still find it hard to agree 100% when people will go out there and buy a remake of an old game because they updated the graphics. Metal Gear Solid eat your heart out.