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Kuzu

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  1. My heart goes out to older Paper Mario fans: that interview probably feels like a punch to the gut.

     

    It'd be like if Sonic's creators just came out and said that they're never returning to anything from the 2000's ever again and the last ten years are what they want Sonic to be. Shit's whack. 

    1. Dr. Mechano

      Dr. Mechano

      I'm grieving right now, but I guess in some ways getting definitive closure is good?

      Like, I can work on moving on and getting invested in some other series instead. (While still playing the occasional major Mario release, just not being an "active fan" who keeps up with every story anymore)

      I need a good long-running serial with a similar "quirky but still capable of being heartfelt and serious sometimes" tone that the older Mario games had to fill the void.

    2. Supah Berry

      Supah Berry

      That's okay. They've go nothing left to lose now that they've found a new game to be a fan of

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    3. Dr. Mechano

      Dr. Mechano

      If Bug Fables becomes an ongoing series it'd make my day. As a one-shot is's still great, but if it became the kind of thing I could count on seeing regularly, I'd love that.

    4. Dejimon11

      Dejimon11

      I said this on twitter but I hope that Bug Fables is actually a good game that stands on it's own instead of game being praised because disgruntled fans need something to fill the void the parent company doesn't want to get. I don't want another Freedom Planet situation. 

    5. Celestia

      Celestia

      Bug Fables rules (okay I only played the demo, but it was really good and from everything I've heard it doesn't fumble after that)

    6. iambitter21

      iambitter21

      what about freedom planet? what's wrong with it? I never played.

    7. Zaysho

      Zaysho

      It's kind of hard to feel gutted about it since the last two games telegraphed their intent years ago and the latest one was barely a step forward from those. Though it's nice to know I don't have to hold on that maybe they'll actually do it right eventually.

    8. Wraith

      Wraith

      Nothing about that interview was news. 

    9. Dejimon11

      Dejimon11

      @iambitter21 It's trying to do what shovel knight did for games in the 8bit era more specially NES games but it's going for the Genesis games but does it poorly. It wants to be sonic, rocket knight and gunstar heroes but can't find the right blend and feels like a giant mess. 

    10. PC the Hedgehog

      PC the Hedgehog

      The writing has been on the wall for a while. Until the higher-ups either change their mind or retire, it sounds like the Mario RPGs are pretty much dead or shadows of their former selves at best.

      On the bright side, as someone who's beaten Bug Fables and loved almost every second of it...we have Bug Fables. And it is glorious.

    11. Miraculous Milo

      Miraculous Milo

      As bad as that interview may be, I think the sales outcome is going to be even worse.

      If it sells well (which it has a good chance of doing, being on the Switch and having a solid 80+ metascore), it vindicates Tanabe/IS' handling of the series up to this point.

      If it sells poorly, I can see Tanabe pulling a Chibi Robo and just canning the series outright. Between the death of M&L and AlphaDream with the BiS remake and Color Splash selling poorly due to it being a (late) Wii U release, Mario RPGs are arguably on shaky ground.

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