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4th Aug '17 2:17:03 PM rjd1922
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* ''VideoGame/StarOceanTheSecondStory'''s EnhancedRemake got this. The fans were ''all'' saying, "Boy I hope they redo the voice acting!" and/or "I hope they translate it better this time!" when the EnhancedRemake was announced for the Playstation Portable. Those were perhaps the ''number one criticism'' from fans, and even critics who dislike the genre as a whole. Then it comes, and fans actually said they liked the Playstation version ''better'', partly due to the NostalgiaFilter. (The Ten Wise Men names, however, are all up to the subject of opinion and are therefore excluded, some people who liked the Playstation Portable version better actually appreciated Indalecio) Never mind that not only were some characters saying "Claude" and others "Craude" in the Playstation version, the developers actually ''forgot to record'' two of Rena's spells (That she often uses) and they play the Japanese audio, and it was in general, just a rush job.

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* ''VideoGame/StarOceanTheSecondStory'''s EnhancedRemake got this. The fans were ''all'' saying, "Boy I hope they redo the voice acting!" and/or "I hope they translate it better this time!" when the EnhancedRemake was announced for the Playstation [=PlayStation=] Portable. Those were perhaps the ''number one criticism'' from fans, and even critics who dislike the genre as a whole. Then it comes, and fans actually said they liked the Playstation [=PlayStation=] version ''better'', partly due to the NostalgiaFilter. (The Ten Wise Men names, however, are all up to the subject of opinion and are therefore excluded, some people who liked the Playstation Portable PSP version better actually appreciated Indalecio) Never mind that not only were some characters saying "Claude" and others "Craude" in the Playstation version, the developers actually ''forgot to record'' two of Rena's spells (That she often uses) and they play the Japanese audio, and it was in general, just a rush job.
4th Aug '17 2:10:44 PM rjd1922
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* ''VideoGame/SonicBoom: Rise of Lyric'' was patched to remove GoodBadBugs such as the infamous Knuckles infinite jump glitch. It also fixed some actual gameplay problems, but it's still regarded as an unenjoyable game. Previously, ''Rise Of Lyric'' was an ObviousBeta that was more fun to break than to actually play, then the game was patched, significantly cutting what entertainment value there was in it, and is now considered a resoundingly boring, mediocre game.

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* ''VideoGame/SonicBoom: Rise of Lyric'' was patched to remove GoodBadBugs such as the infamous Knuckles infinite jump glitch. It also fixed some actual gameplay problems, but it's still regarded as an unenjoyable game. Previously, ''Rise Of of Lyric'' was an ObviousBeta that was more fun to break than to actually play, then the game was patched, significantly cutting what entertainment value there was in it, and is now considered a resoundingly boring, mediocre game.
30th Jul '17 12:25:10 PM MBG
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* A good chunk of ''Franchise/MastersOfTheUniverse'' fans take this view towards more modern interpretations. The 80s cartoon was solid cheese and flatly ridiculous, as [[MostTriumphantExample a near-platonic ideal]] of the stupid 80s cartoon, with its [[MerchandiseDriven blatant toy advertisement]], thick HoYay, nonsense plots, and lovably pathetic villains. The reboots, such as the comics or the 2000s series, remove as much of this as possible... and the result is a generic piece of SwordAndSorcery about a very serious generic muscled dude with a sword fighting a very serious generic EvilOverlord, only [[TheArtifact everyone's still got names like]] Stinkor or Fisto.
20th Jul '17 2:21:14 PM PKMN37
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** In a similar vein, a fair amount of fans dislike the XY Mega Evolution Specials for their more serious stories and the older lead of Alain; preferring the more idealistic take on the series with Ash.
19th Jul '17 12:40:49 PM MBG
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* ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Melee'' is notoriously buggy, unbalanced, and laden with clones and unusable elements. However, it's also the most popular ''Smash Bros'' game, despite later games doing their best to fix these elements, because its [[GoodBadBugs bugs and unbalanced elements]] meant that it was possible to [[EmergentGameplay kick the game into overdrive]]. The later games lack these elements, and as a result, they mostly end up being what ''Melee'' was intended to be - a simple but fun party game.
19th Jul '17 12:32:56 PM MBG
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* Fans of UsefulNotes/TheSilverAgeOfComicBooks often [[http://mightygodking.com/2012/04/23/empirical-reasons-why-the-silver-age-was-better/ take this view]] towards more modern superhero stories, saying that while Silver Age stories were frequently idiotic, they were at least creative, tonally consistent, and unapologetically aimed at children, while modern superhero stories are slightly less idiotic, but went from appealing to dumb children to appealing to dumb manchildren, and turned into depressing atonal retreads in the process.



* [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Most_Unwanted_Song The Most Unwanted Song]] was created by surveying people on their most-hated musical genres and elements. Wiki/TheOtherWiki describes it as containing "bagpipes, cowboy music, an opera singer rapping, and a children's choir that urged listeners to go shopping at Walmart." Its flip side, the Most Wanted Song, contains "guitar, bass, piano and drums, and lyrics about love." Not only does the former have about seven times as many views on YouTube, but many people have judged it as much better to listen to: the Most Unwanted Song sounds genuinely unique and hilarious, while the Most Wanted Song just sounds like a generic mediocre love song.

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* [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Most_Unwanted_Song The Most Unwanted Song]] was created by surveying people on their most-hated musical genres and elements. Wiki/TheOtherWiki describes it as containing "bagpipes, cowboy music, an opera singer rapping, and a children's choir that urged listeners to go shopping at Walmart." Its flip side, the Most Wanted Song, contains "guitar, bass, piano and drums, and lyrics about love." Not only does the former have about seven times as many views on YouTube, but many people have judged it as much better to listen to: the Most Unwanted Song sounds genuinely unique and hilarious, while the Most Wanted Song just sounds like a generic mediocre love song. Which was, indeed, the entire point.
1st Jul '17 4:31:42 PM nombretomado
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* [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Most_Unwanted_Song The Most Unwanted Song]] was created by surveying people on their most-hated musical genres and elements. TheOtherWiki describes it as containing "bagpipes, cowboy music, an opera singer rapping, and a children's choir that urged listeners to go shopping at Walmart." Its flip side, the Most Wanted Song, contains "guitar, bass, piano and drums, and lyrics about love." Not only does the former have about seven times as many views on YouTube, but many people have judged it as much better to listen to: the Most Unwanted Song sounds genuinely unique and hilarious, while the Most Wanted Song just sounds like a generic mediocre love song.

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* [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Most_Unwanted_Song The Most Unwanted Song]] was created by surveying people on their most-hated musical genres and elements. TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki describes it as containing "bagpipes, cowboy music, an opera singer rapping, and a children's choir that urged listeners to go shopping at Walmart." Its flip side, the Most Wanted Song, contains "guitar, bass, piano and drums, and lyrics about love." Not only does the former have about seven times as many views on YouTube, but many people have judged it as much better to listen to: the Most Unwanted Song sounds genuinely unique and hilarious, while the Most Wanted Song just sounds like a generic mediocre love song.
1st Jul '17 4:15:56 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* In a general sense, upgrading to newer vehicles, appliances, software and whatnot can cause frustration after one has grown familiar with the various idiosyncrasies of the older tech, ironically making it ''[[DamnYouMuscleMemory harder]]'' for some people to figure out how to work with the more simplified, "user-friendly" stuff. This is especially pronounced with cars, where the increasing number of modern conveniences and digitized functions also make them significantly harder and more expensive to repair compared to older models that relied on largely mechanical parts.

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* In a general sense, upgrading to newer vehicles, appliances, software and whatnot can cause frustration after one has grown familiar with the various idiosyncrasies of the older tech, ironically making it ''[[DamnYouMuscleMemory harder]]'' for some people to figure out how to work with the more simplified, "user-friendly" stuff. This is especially pronounced with cars, where the increasing number of modern conveniences and digitized functions also make them significantly harder and more difficult and expensive to repair compared to older models that relied on largely mechanical parts.
1st Jul '17 4:15:32 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* In a general sense, upgrading to newer vehicles, appliances, software and whatnot can cause frustration after one has grown familiar with the various idiosyncrasies of the older tech, ironically making it ''[[DamnYouMuscleMemory harder]]'' for some people to figure out how to work with the more simplified, "user-friendly" stuff.

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* In a general sense, upgrading to newer vehicles, appliances, software and whatnot can cause frustration after one has grown familiar with the various idiosyncrasies of the older tech, ironically making it ''[[DamnYouMuscleMemory harder]]'' for some people to figure out how to work with the more simplified, "user-friendly" stuff. This is especially pronounced with cars, where the increasing number of modern conveniences and digitized functions also make them significantly harder and more expensive to repair compared to older models that relied on largely mechanical parts.
1st Jul '17 3:04:45 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* In a general sense, upgrading to newer vehicles, appliances, software and whatnot can cause frustration after one has grown familiar with the various idiosyncrasies of the older tech, ironically making it ''[[DamnYouMuscleMemory harder]]'' for some people to figure out how to work with the more simplified, "user-friendly" stuff.
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