I get that. Backtrack a few comments. All I'm saying is that there are enough people who enjoyed Ep 1 the way it was to make Sega think twice about rebuilding the engine from scratch. Would they really think it'd be worth it? Yea, I know they've got the physics down in Generations 3DS but now you're assuming Ep 2 is built of off that engine, which was only just finished. Maybe it is, maybe it isn't. That and I'm pretty sure Balough said that there'd be no major physics changes. Don't quote me on that though.