I support reviving Suikoden, but I'm also very anti-Facebook. I'm also not a writer, filmmaker, musician, or very internet savy in general. I'm afraid I can't contribute much more than to wish you luck.
I just uploaded a video I called The Suikoden Revival Movement Video, here's the link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tei3Ypdoazw Please support it by watching and liking it. I hope it will amass enough views and likes that it will grab Konami's attention. I'd also like to get help spreading this message. Is it ridulous to ask people to start pming 5(limit) suikosource members at a time?
1. Wow, thanks for this video! It's nicely done. Could you maybe link the SRM-Fb-Page in the description? And maybe put a"disclaimer" that you're "only" a follower of SRM and not an executive? This maybe sounds a bit rude, but I just want to avoid confusion from the beginning, so people know you are a fellow fan and supporter of the SRM, but not responsible for the page etc. I will share your video right away! 2. I don't think it's ridicolous, but maybe rude!? I don't know, I want to avoid spam and the like, I also guess it's against the board rules.
Xelinis wrote:Also, by "later," I mean in several weeks or even months, depending on when I'll have time to replay the game and capture the image manually.
Aaahhhhhh, I miss college sometimes.
Haha ok Still love the idea. Will share this then tomorrow or so. But I know your problem, I miss my school days when I could play soo much. Today, I have less time and enjoy gaming in general a bit less than back then...
I love the idea, Xelinis. Since you won't be able to clean up your image for a while, I went ahead and sharpened the image a little bit in Photoshop. I also made a sepia version just for the heck of it. I didn't want to sharpen the image too much because the pixilation gets bad really fast.
Since I don't even know where to post this anymore, it should be noted that RPGamer (which I posted earlier was putting a lot of emphasis on answering Suikoden questions) is visiting different RPG publishers with Konami being one of them. If they haven't visited Konami yet, we should make it known that they should at the very least mention Suikoden's PSP title.