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All-Stars' biggest problem isn't how it looks, although that is a problem. It isn't that it comes off as a Smash Bros. clone, although that's a problem, too (In some ways I wish it was just a Smash rip-off because people really love Smash, and to have it on a Sony system would be great) It's biggest problem is that the promotional videos and gameplay footage shown ahead of its release was of party mode, the four-player free-for-all smash 'em up game type that looks about as refined and strategic as a scramble for a cheap phone on Black Friday.
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LOL hard to believe that lie since you lack basic reading skills judging from this topic.
Nah, he's being honest. IT PM stands for Internet Troll, Persistent Mocker.
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LuminescentRule posted... There's nothing about marketing in that post. He's talking about why the game won't do well. And it's because of how it looks and plays according to him.
"It's biggest problem is that the promotional videos and gameplay footage shown ahead of its release was of party mode, the four-player free-for-all smash 'em up game type that looks about as refined and strategic as a scramble for a cheap phone on Black Friday."
Please explain how gameplay footage and promotional videos shown ahead of the game's release have nothing to do with marketing
Im pretty sure Ive never seen Link move like that (Mario though, yeah. Mario is awesome)- _Clinton JUS fc- 4769-4089-1913