You have 10 seconds to explain me why Type-Moon is milking FSN instead of Tsukihime.
Tsukihime is the story of Shiki. If you take him out, you don't have Tsukihime anymore.
Fate is just the concept of the Holy Grail war, and you can do stuff like CCC or Apocryphra with all new characters, so it's a lot easier to milk.
I feel bad for Mahoyo because it looks like no one paid attention to it and it was overshadowed by Fate.
>Why would they milk a series that doesn't even have an anime yet?
Why don't Ufotable just make it?
>Unlimited Blade Works (TV)
>Unlimited Blade Works (Movie)
>Fate/Stay Night (DEEN)
>Heaven's Feel adaptaion
No new Tsukihime content since 2003, excluding Melty Blood. I wonder why Fate is more popular?
>mfw reading Tsukihime
I could only get the both Arc EDs because it wasn't that good, and the graphics, backgrounds and bgm were shit.
Waiting for the remake now.
> Makes Nasu pick up Fate again
> Changes Arthur's gender because he wanted to draw a girl with armor
> Chooses Ayako Kawasumi as her seiyuu from the beginning
> Makes any other TM female character as Saber clones
>The maids and their routes was the worst part of Tsukihime
>this scene will be tamer in the adaptation due to TV regulations
fuck, even DEEN left much of the fun out and made it tamer
Yeah, I haven't even touched Tsukihime because I know it'll be too outdated for me to take it seriously and I know there's a remake in the works. Sucks that I have to abandon Fate threads a lot because they turn into Tsukihime wankfests that I don't want to get spoiled from.
Also, correct me if I'm wrong, but don't KnK and Mahoyo follow from Tsukihime as well? I saw in the description of one of them that it was set after Tsukihime or something, so I've been avoiding those too
>The maids and their routes was the worst part of Tsukihime.
Tsukihime was released when they were a doujin circle and Fate/ was made when they went commercial, so they can't actually call Tsukihime their commercial property at the moment.
How was it not commercial property? It was published by their own "company". Doujinshi is not big time publishing but it's still commercial.