|The Fury said:|
Upon initial release, it wasn't. Took copying an already proven formula and making it accessible for a wider audience to succeed.
Maybe many of these title might be the next big thing but people's time when playing service games is limited. From the sound of a lot of what these games are, they are all already proven formulas but more modern.
Ignoring it's not Sony, the Foamstars game is actually something I'm surprised someone hasn't done before, as in a already proven but owned by Nintendo game but for other consoles. I'm impressed for SquEnix to do that as there is an audience on PC, PS and Xbox that don't have access to that style of game.
Splatoon has been done before Splatoon. Color Wars on Xbox 360. A china Mobile game tried to literally be splatoon. Ninjala was trying to be the next Splatoon but F2P on Switch.
Bite my shiny metal cockpit!