Nope. You don't need to have won anything. You can call the game what you like, there are no rules.
The reason many publishers opt for 'GOTY' these days is because that's what generally accepted as being the version that includes all the add-ons. But again, they don't need anyone to have claimed it as being 'GOTY' to call it that.
Again, for all those people wondering, calling your game 'Game of the Year' means nothing. You don't need anyone - media outlet or otherwise - to have claimed that in order to call a product it. There are no rules, you can call your product whatever the hell you like.
They could have called it 'Game of the Millennia' if they really wanted.
Yes sir, why not indeed.
Works fine here in IE, Firefox and Chrome. What browser (and version) are you using?
I actually quite like the imagery - the human rapidly decomposing etc. - but I agree it looks really poorly put together.
@GreenRanger How can you say that? You have no idea what their budget is yet, considering we haven't even seen a screenshot. They may only need to sell 4,000 units to break even on development costs...
Totally! Will be downloading these demos myself a bit later.
Ms. Luddington. Camilla to her friends.
GOTY last year just got DLCOTY - downloadable content of the year ;)
Yes, I'm having the same problems. Switch to another browser - it's working fine in Firefox.
With all the delays going on this is surely a potential candidate for GOTY now. Right?
1) Sorted. This article concerns the European release. :)
I'm going to be jumping into the beta tonight - looking forward to it!
I'm going to say it: this looks like it might be better than the original. There, you may now commence hating.
I think the difference is that All-Stars refuses to admit it's a SSBM clone, whereas Punch Time out rightly says it - even on it's own website!
He's not actually too bad. The whole thing is pretty well balanced, but there are too many of the Jigglypuff style characters that take a long time to learn.
Useful, to say the least.
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