The idiot who puts things in the wrong board.
My point is that Kirby is fine. Give it a break. All the constant spin offs/sub-games and bi-yearly releases was getting tiresome. Franchise fatigue was setting in something fierce.
Don't worry about it. You're free to feel excited and look forward to whichever game series you like.Bandana Waddle Dee said:1. Battle Royale was a year and a half ago
2. It was unique and unlike any other Kirby game before it (even if it was just okay at best)
I still really don't see your point here.
Ah, I see what you're getting at. Yeah, it can get tiring when new games keep coming out and you wind up with a long play queue with sameish games and it starts to burn you out. But, I personally hold the stance that a series only necessitates a break if its recent games are all ultra-similar or if they're all consistently mediocre. To me, with Kirby jumping into completely new game styles every couple years, each one offering new ideas rarely seen anywhere else, Kirby's more of a burnout-breaker; when I want to try a new game style, I turn to Kirby and his numerous unique spinoffs. Kirby's diversity is the best part about the franchise, and even if the mainline games feel a bit samey, those spinoffs make sure that you always have new game styles to try in between.Mcmadness said:My point is that Kirby is fine. Give it a break. All the constant spin offs/sub-games and bi-yearly releases was getting tiresome. Franchise fatigue was setting in something fierce.