In other words, someone should be “trustworthy/faithful” enough to know that at the end of the day they have someone to be with and not with whatever that isn’t really physically there. In the end, It’s their life and they can do whatever they want with it. Even if it means that I might not agree with what they’re doing.
Hey, did you hear about the Halo: Collection 20GB day-one update on the Xbox ONE? Link. Really makes me wonder if they either tried compressing it, using a dual-layer blu-ray disc or even a triple layer blu-ray disc. A regular blu-ray disc can hold 25-28GB, a dual-layer can hold 50GB and a triple-layer can hold 128GB. Personally, I do see it as a "impractical" myself. Whether it's on one, two or multiple discs it only takes a few seconds and at most a minute or two to switch between them from personal experience. Reminds me of how they did it with Mass Effect 2 & 3 and I had to switch at least two or three times between each disc to see the ending and do the final mission which was odd at the time, but it felt more “practical” to me than this does.
As for No More Heroes: Heroes Paradise, I actually played the PS3 version far more than I did any of the versions on the Wii. I only wish that the sequel of No More Heroes 2 on the PS3 was localized and came outside of Japan. As far as I know, that didn’t happen because of a lack of sales. Which is rather odd to see because we got the first one but not the sequel when they both started out in Japan.