TheDefenderOfEarth wrote:KoopaTroopinski wrote:Replace "no voice acting" with "ear-wrenching voice acting" and this describes Ride to Hell: Retribution to a T, the perfect representation of modern shovelware.
That, and The Slaughtering Grounds.
Elf Bowling 1 and 2. Literally free browser-based games that were being resold on the DS for $20. And someone probably bought a copy.
They even have their own movie: Elf Bowling: The Movie.
Alice Twilight wrote:Neptunia or any Compile heart game isn't ever going to be the next Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest, Pokemon, so I dunno how anyone can disagree with me on that.
Now you're putting words into our mouths. No one here has ever made such a comment. Also, you've yet again ignored the fact that the games you're mentioning have the resources of a small nation, whereas Compile Heart does not. Just because a company doesn't have much resources to work with doesn't mean that it can never produce good games and become successful. Look at the likes of Minecraft and Angry Birds and how far they've gotten from their meager origins.