According to Amazon, Sony Computer Entertainment is planning to add several more video games to the Essentials line of budgeted titles for the Playstation 3.
So basically these are titles that weren't a commercial success getting the budgeted treatment. This is a good way to get people that weren't interested in the games a chance to try them out for cheap.
Well, the game sold over one million copies, so maybe it was a commercial success, who knows? I just really wish people gave this game a chance, sure, it wasn't as amazing as Smash Bros, but it was a lot of fun.
If it was that much of a failure, it wouldn't still cost as much as it does now. So basically you're trolling. Again.
Where do I say that it's that much of a failure? I think it's pretty common knowledge that the titles weren't the successes that Sony and the critics hoped for. I love how angry you get whenever anyone or anybody doesn't have a great or stunning comment about your love interest Sony. Good job though, on your constant mis-use of the term trolling.
Who's angry? You're not making any sense. You act like it's something new that games get added to the Essentials. Like it never happens, or only happens to games that don't sell well enough. I'm not gonna list them for you, but you should get familiar of the games on said list. I call it trolling because the only purpose of your comment was to try and make the games look bad. Nevermind how many other members of the Essentials line are good sellers- and that most have been well-received, critically- your assumption is that they failed commercially, and so have been added. Seriously, look up the games on the Essentials list, look up how many copies they sold, and say they were't successful.
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