Here's the Reddit subreddit's activity before and after the March 1.10 patch. We can see that the game was really picking up steam, but the 1.10 patch really did nothing to solve the major issues that the competitive, hell, the AVERAGE player was expecting from the patch. Sorry to say but when almost half of a moderately large community quits the game due to a big patch being generally worthless, it says a lot about the lack of priorities.
To those who wonder about how this game is doing. A nice chart to sum it up. I betcha it goes down from there too.
I honestly don't understand. Why rush a major rebalancing patch? Maj said time and time again, if they had more time to actually look into stuff, it would have been solved better. All they were able to do was patch in knee-jerk reaction kind of stuff based on tourney results and their telemetry system, instead of really looking into the issues.
Alt of NDgamer Building up Karma til I can make this my main
They deserve it for not listening to the fanbase. Especially Superbot and SSM ain't gonna do jack.
I dont think they care anymore, I mean how much did they really spend on their game? They did not have a couple of the major iconic Sony characters, Game doesn't have any real campaign or fun game modes(coins,hp,survival), and the fact they had the nerve to sell the game for 60 dollars on release when Super smash bros had more quality and quantity for 50. Face it this game was suppose to be a cheap PSN download game that got overpriced. Dont get me wrong the game is somewhat playable for a while, but not worth its price.
"Now you can shoot him in his gizzard and he just walks away laughing at ya', have you ever been shot in the gizzard?"