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what's the point of even liking this franchise if it's pretty much dead and is a failure? 

Better of binging on pokemon, Zelda or Mario than this Space furry franchise cause they ain't dead

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Dr. Orange

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Ok alright alright ok. Ok alright. Alright alright alright ok.

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unoservix

uh, are you okay? do you need a shot of Bring Down Blue or something?

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OneUnder

It's perfectly fine to like things that ultimately failed and will likely see no further product development.  The Tucker 48, for example.

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Rusakov

I don't know... This guy is starting to sound like a troll to me.

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Ori

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For better or worse, SF has its own little niche, and it's not dead per-se as we're still around after all.

now buddy you're entitled to your opinions and everything but you also gotta remember that other people are allowed to like whatever they well please with or without a given reason

2 hours ago, OneUnder said:

It's perfectly fine to like things that ultimately failed and will likely see no further product development.

I second this and might add that the Kyushu J7W would be suitable in this description.

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Steve

What's the point for this topic?

 

Oh, right.

 

"Locks"

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fanfictiondreamer

Well, I've most certainly kept it alive in my story and in a way that a lot of the fans of this game would approve of. I'm sure of it.

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