Tsukihime is 15 years old and mirror moon's translation patch is 10 years old.
>"Tsukihime > Fate Stay Night"
What did he mean by this?
Reminder that the new designs are inferior to the original's and Melty Blood's.
Reminder that there will be no H-Scenes in the remake, meaning no "Rape her Sneaky" Shiki.
If they were planning on voice acting the remake, it's not going to happen
rip Hisui ;_;
Also Kohaku best girl
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DzSEGKzujX0 Truth From Melty Blood
but does Shiki know how to cook?
I don't think so.
You wanna know what he put in that ramen?
I can confirm this
What makes Tsukihime better than FSN is the atmosphere, you can feel the danger, the drama, the mindfuck.The music does a better job to add to the atmosphere than FSN.The characters interactions are so superior to the character interactions of FSN that it hurts, and the slice of life segments and Shirou's Pov are fucking annoying. FSN plot is too forced at times, some times they lead to plot holes, weak plot or unexplainable developments. Tsukihime's plot flows better, it's simple and credible...
Tsukihime's plot is also more mature, each resolution have more weight to them 1) Arc and Shiki didn't end up in good terms in 2) After every single of the Far Side of the Moon routes, Arc and Ciel will keep hunting Roa, 3) Akiha ends up as a doll in one ending, 4) Akiha and Kohaku die in another end, 5) Hisui's Good End wasn't precisely happy. In F/sn, only 2 characters couldn't be saved: 1) Ilya in UBW, 2) Saber and Ilya in HF. Shirou never actually shows his resolve when it comes to deal with people who are prepared to kill, and the story does not have serious and mature Masters - aside from Zoken -and the only time Shirou had to confront one of his friends, was in HF against Black Saber. Shiki, on the other hand, had to fight Arc, Ciel, Akiha, and Satsuki at some point - there's also the point when he realises all what Kohaku has been doing. FSN is just too light and aimed at teenagers. That why the dark and cold as ice Tsukihime is superior.
You can feel the drama and the mindfuck in HF too, but I get what you're saying. However, I think the character interactions in Fate were much more interesting than they were in Tsukihime a lot of the time (which is kind of why I like Tsukihime more in some ways). A lot of Tsukihime's interactions felt nebulous, but it was to the game's favour in the long run.
>each resolution have more weight to them
This really isn't true. Arc's endings were kind of underwhelming due to the woeful underdevelopment of Arc as a character within her own route, Kohaku's true ending came about because Akiha just decided on a whim not to kill her or Shiki, and Ciel's true ending was a clusterfuck of ideas that weren't brought about ever again.
Arc a best.