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People are trying to refund Mario Tennis Aces for not being like real tennis

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Replicant said:
Nautilus said:
Well, people are dumb.Plus, expect this game to be supported in the same way that Splatoon and ARMS was/is.We will get new characters, courts, modes and maybe even QOL improvements, in places were the game was criticized on.

Funny how this is a positive when it's a Nintendo game. All other publishers are criticized for not delivering a complete game at launch.

You guys never fail to amuse me.

Heh, I guess people see what they want to see.

Anyway, that post was made more as a comment.If people bought Mario Tennis Aces, an arcade sport game, expecting it to be realistic then its their fault.Yeah yeah, it would have been nice if it had the option, but that was never the game main purpose.



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That's bit weird, given that Mario Tennis Ultra Smash had options to make it like real tennis...IIRC that is, I don't play it much, I prefer to fire up Grand Slam on Wii for some tennis fun.



I'm still waiting on my refund for Mario Kart not being like real go-karting.



Mario Tennis was never suppose to be taken seriously anyway lol.



Replicant said:
Nautilus said:
Well, people are dumb.Plus, expect this game to be supported in the same way that Splatoon and ARMS was/is.We will get new characters, courts, modes and maybe even QOL improvements, in places were the game was criticized on.

Funny how this is a positive when it's a Nintendo game. All other publishers are criticized for not delivering a complete game at launch.

You guys never fail to amuse me.

The game's not incomplete. There's no missing graphics, rampant bugs, or anything like that which is what people are complaining about when they complain about incomplete games.



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Psh, if that's the case then 2006 called... everyone wants a refund for Wii Sports because the games are nothing like the real thing!



On 2/24/13, MB1025 said:
You know I was always wondering why no one ever used the dollar sign for $ony, but then I realized they have no money so it would be pointless.

I don't even know how many rounds or whatever are meant to be in a proper official tennis game. I clearly am not buying Mario Tennis for an authentic tennis sports simulator.



probably people not enjoying the game, trying to get a refund, they will use any excuse.



Well Nintendo really dropped the ball by having bo3 matches.

Not even going up to 1 set, disastrous.



Well i guess the gamers should have really done research before buying. But on the other hand customisation is fairly common in sports games so it seems like a basic feature that should have been included.