>Announced too early as something it's not>Exclusive to a system no one bought>Gets censored, making all discourse surrounding it about said censorship forever>Gets $59.99 re-release that not only retains the censorship, but expands it into regions that didn't have itJUST
I enjoyed it.
>>1778205That's pretty much the consensus from the 4 people who bought it.
>>1778184WILD BEAT COMMUNICATION
>>1778205Same. The censorship sucks dick but the actual game itself was pretty fun and addictive. I ended up getting the Switch port and played it into the ground those first few weeks of quarantine.
- Only an imbecile clings to some early concept trailer like their life depends on it- It's not an exclusive. You literally mentioned the re-release later in your own post- Maybe if you live in the bubble that is 4chan, whcih says a lot about how valuable your perspective is. Anywhere else no one gives a fuck about the censorship- What's the problem here, the price? Just get a job
Kiria > Tsubasa
>>1778696This, but Ellie is best girl anyway.
>>1778184Thank god it flopped.
>>1778594Let's not cope now. You know all this shit's true, and ultimately has nothing to do with the quality of the game itself. It's about how Nintendo fucked it over. We all know that it's gonna live in the shadow of SMT x Fire Emblem forever. People invariably bring up the censorship in some capacity no matter what the site is. And making the rerelease full price would've been a bad decision for any game, but it's even worse for TMS since nobody bought the damn thing to begin with.
>>1778714None of the stupid shit you said matters, or should matter, to anyone who's not a Nintendo executive.
>>1778205This, the game surprisingly well made and it actually bothers to explore the performing arts on a whole instead of just focusing on singing.>>1778708Ellie would undoubtedly be the best girl if her entire gimmick wasn't Hollywood.mp4.
>>1778184sill one of the best JRPGs of recent years.
>>1778184>>1778205I really liked it. It's really a shame that Nintendo set it up for failure.