Chad from We Got This Covered wrote:
"Those who follow the entertainment industry will be accustomed to hearing the term sleeper hit, which refers to a well-made title that was released under the radar. It’s an unfortunate result of how things work, as big releases tend to receive high advertising budgets that occasionally dwarf their competitors. It’s that lack of advertising, coupled with low consumer awareness and the fact that many gamers tend to only play triple-A releases, which occasionally sees quality games fall into the aforementioned category, but there are other factors that can contribute to the status. Though, in the end, it all relates to sales, and sleeper hits tend not to excel in that category, even though fans and media members try to recommend them as much as possible."