I just assumed it would be as fun and easy going as its predecessor.
Not that it would be hard as ****.
Look, if I didn't need to play difficult challenges to unlock characters, I wouldn't give a crap. But in my attempt to unlock the whole roster through various hard and expert world tour missions, I'm just about at the point where I want to blow my own brains out.
All I can think of are the poor children who are stuck with a third of the full roster for the entirety of the game's life span. Really Sega? Really? --- GT:Call Me Rhythm SSBB FC - 5200-6413-1656
Sega did it before and they'll probably do it again. Look for a piece of DLC that will unlock all the characters. I'm not saying that doing that is right or fair but I'm sure it'l be an option. --- Oh snap! When did I become a Legend?
It seems hard at first, but it gets a lot easier once you unlock different characters and different mods. You'll soon learn that certain events in World Tour mode can be dominated on Expert with certain characters and mods. I promise it gets a lot easier. --- On Sara Silverman's attractiveness: "I am not into bestiality, so no, I am not attracted to that god damned centaur" -- Phantasium
UK-based and independant studio SUMO DIGITAL made this game, not SEGA.
Blame or praise them.
This title isn't even being released in Japan.
Wow, so even this board has one of you guys...
Anyway, it was published by Sega and has their name all over it so I can "blame or praise" Sega just as much as the developer.
It may have their name all over it, but they had little to nothing to do with the development. Blaming/praising them for this game is as ignorant as those who blame/praise Rockstar for L.A. Noire. --- Now Leave!