Gamers Universe writes: "In most lines of business, management training speak will generally insist that it is cheaper, and more profitable – in the long run – to hold onto an existing customer than to gain a new one. The thinking goes that, as your company has been good for the customer, that customer will, through word of mouth, encourage more customers your way. In other words, gaining a new customer for one or two purchases before pissing them off is nowhere near as beneficial as keeping an existing customer for their lifetime."
+Sound is awesome, with some truly dramatic scores in among the re-treads of Nintendo classics
+Subspace Emissary = pretty much a cast-iron purchase for anyone who permanently has a friend around
+Huge cast of playable characters. Loads to this
+Actually deeper and more thoughtfully balanced than it first appears.
-Noticeable loading times - for a Wii game.
-Like rock band before it… it's a student flat game - isn't it?
-I'm scared to check, what's the online record for Home Run Contest? A million?
-Classic mode is unchanged, as is the majority of the still-possibly-a-bit-too-hectic gameplay
-Controls aren't quite as precise as they should be