When you quote this:
IN MLP, each character has to be stuck with a single liking/characteristic, as per the series' concept.
And forget to quote this:
. But that doesn't make them any less limited. They talk normally and like any other person would. Something that is very tough to achieve with any other kids' show, specially one of that kind.
Ends the argument with the fact that I can't reason with you, due to you replying to only what suits your interests, and conveniently forgetting the "But..." in my argument, countering the simplicity in the show.
I'll just finish this by saying: I played Legends. Nice game. Not a big deal in terms of story. Just like any kids' anime. MLP? Excuse me by saying it works a little better than that. And yes, around 5 episodes or so, and not repeated viewings.
Honestly, Legends gets too much of a reputation for its own good. It's with stuff like this that I sometimes think Capcom was right in throwing it down the shitter.