Tropical Freeze is a lot of fun. Really great :o I can't say I agree with GS on this one at all. The game feel great and innovative enough for me. The levels are always full of surprises and are so pretty. This is really a Retro game.
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Why can't good level design be considered innovation? I've certainly have never seen levels like in the ones I have seen in DCK Tropical Freeze.
Oh well. I can't truly comment on the things he has said until I play the game.
@Bigboi500: because there are certain people out there thay get a chubby at the sight of a game on a system they don't like scoring low. As if some random person on the internet validates their own messed up reasoning
Hyping games and laughing at fanboy reactions to flops are one the major passtimes of SW. You know that. Stuff like Zelda's 8.8 (leading to multiple porn suicide threads) are about as entertaining as this place gets :P
Sheep spoiled it when they got all bitter and hateful towards Gamespot reviews, it was more fun when a flop could enrage the flock... Skyward Swords flop passed by with almost no reaction :'( :P
Skyward Sword was overkill, that's why it was not a big deal. 8.5 would have been way worse.
If the score is that low, then what's the point in caring?
Caring about what? DK (be it the game itself or the franchise)? The Wii U? GS?
About the review is what I mean. Assuming the other reviews say it's a great game, a 5/10 review just feels like useless overkill to gain hits or to 'make a point'.
"And in my hour with Tropical Freeze, I just don't see anything that makes this game special. Sometimes fun just isn't enough for me."
Really now? Being fun isn't enough anymore. This what's wrong with reviewers today.
If this is a Tom McSea 5/10, especially with this game which he already seems to hate, why even care what he has to say? Obviously he doesn't care about videogames anymore.
I wish the game was better. With that many people who bought it, it could have created a big fanbase, but, at this rate, it will just turn them away.
I think it's great. They work really well with Nintendo, obviously.