- Oct 9, 2022
I don't think this is only Nomura, there are probably a lot of people in Japan with this mindset and are behind the times, look at G Gundam, there are almost no female pilots, there are only two that I can think of off of the top of my head, and they are Rain, and Allenbe, and Rain has only piloted in an episode or two, that's it, don't get me wrong, I have a lot of respect for Japan, but there media decisions are questionable, for example, I have recently gotten into Super Sentai, the Japanese version of Power Rangers(I know, by a technicality it's a different show that just inspired Power Rangers, but I like to keep things simple) and I enjoy it, but there is one problem with it, there are no female Red Rangers, and again somtimes only temporally, like the female Red shinkenger, only for close to the finale and that's it, so no, it's not just Nomura.1. Nomura is sexist.
The Japanese voice actor passed away before KH3 was finished, they kept him on screen but silent to show respect, that's what I heard anyway.2. Phil should have been given a voice actor in KH3 or they should have just not included the character in the game.
I Agree wholeheartedly.12. Everyone in the BBS trio's time failed them, not just Eraqus: also Mickey, Yen Sid, Donald, and Goofy. There was no reason to let Aqua go alone after the events of the Keyblade Graveyard.