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

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Doesn't even let you choose to play with tennis rules?



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My one question for this whole affair is: Has anyone been DENIED a refund?

Nintendo are typically quite good with refunding people that find their games to not meet expectations.



Having played 30 minutes games online with the 2 games/1 set limitations, I think having longer games to match the real life rules would drag down the online multiplayer.

As for not been able to change rule in local multiplayer or against COM, that’s a bummer.



I think the headline is a bit misleading. People, like me, buy Mario Tennis because of its relaxed arcade gameplay; we don't want a realistic tennis sim.

That said, we do want OPTIONS. Nintendo failing to include something as basic as adjustable sets is bonkers. How hard would it have been to program that?



Cobretti2 said:
Lonely_Dolphin said:
The lack of options is mistake on Nintendo's part that'll hopefully be fixed, but this was known even before the game launched, so it's your own mistake for buying a game without doing enough research.

It wasn't that clear though They basically said in one of their videos there be a normal mode. People assumed it meant everything and not just the fancy shots being turned off.. In any case it it stupidity on Nintendo s part for not doing that. It would move so many more units for so little effort.

So again, not enough research was done if that's what you assumed. People who got the game early said the options were limited.

 

Podings said:
My one question for this whole affair is: Has anyone been DENIED a refund?

Nintendo are typically quite good with refunding people that find their games to not meet expectations.
Nintendo doesn't allow refunds if you buy digitally.

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Are people really that fucking stupid? -_-



Some days I just blow up.

Podings said:
My one question for this whole affair is: Has anyone been DENIED a refund?

Nintendo are typically quite good with refunding people that find their games to not meet expectations.

ive never heard of them doing this. and for the one case described in the article, Nintendo did respond and they denied him a refund



Yerm said:
Podings said:
My one question for this whole affair is: Has anyone been DENIED a refund?

Nintendo are typically quite good with refunding people that find their games to not meet expectations.

ive never heard of them doing this. and for the one case described in the article, Nintendo did respond and they denied him a refund

Well what's wrong with denying a refund when the refund is for a stupid reason?



Some days I just blow up.

Lonely_Dolphin said:
Cobretti2 said:

It wasn't that clear though They basically said in one of their videos there be a normal mode. People assumed it meant everything and not just the fancy shots being turned off.. In any case it it stupidity on Nintendo s part for not doing that. It would move so many more units for so little effort.

So again, not enough research was done if that's what you assumed. People who got the game early said the options were limited.

 

What research do you expect to people who preorder to do? It is not like it was spelt out with a WARNING: can't change set and game numbers. That is a fundamental core of a tennis game and shouldn't have been omitted. It is bad press that could have been avoided easily. 

The only info that was provided was you can turn off the fancy shit and play real tennis.



 

 

Lonely_Dolphin said:
Nintendo doesn't allow refunds if you buy digitally.

Well that's pretty uncool.
Reminds me once more to not buy the digital versions of Nintedo's retail games.