User talk:The Other Jared
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Do you have a source claiming that the failure of Metal Slader Glory's Super Famicom remake gave HAL Labs huge financial troubles? Because from what I can tell on several sources I can find, it was the original Famicom version whose failure almost bankrupt the company.
I have extra reason to believe the latter considering the original version was a commercial failure, especially given that version's very high budget for a Famicom/NES game and the fact that first run copies of the game completely selling out wasn't even enough to cover the advertising budget; this is especially noticeable as this version was released in 1991, just a year before HAL had any sort of successful franchise with Kirby. The SNES remake came out in 2000, and by that time, HAL had some pretty good successes such as the Kirby games and the original Super Smash Bros.; and considering the remake doesn't look too different from the original the Famicom game (the remake looks more-or-less like a cleaner version of the original game), not to mention that Famicom's limitations was what made the original version very expensive to produce in the first place, I have a hard time believing that the remake's failure specifically was the contribution to HAL's serious financial troubles. SuperSmashTurtles of the Turtle Tribe 23:25, March 15, 2021 (EDT)
You are right. I looked into my sources and while they say both releases sold poorly, the original version was the one that almost bankrupted the company. All of them talked about the financial failure right after talking about the Director's cut version without specifying that they were talking about the original. I added some other small things with my edit, so just make the edits you made again without undoing mine.—Preceding unsigned comment added by The Other Jared (talk • contribs) 00:05, March 16, 2021 (EST)
Your edits to Alternate costume (SSBU)
Are you aware that you can edit all of the sections in one go if you press the "edit" button at the very top of the page, instead of pressing "edit" for each section? The way you're doing it now really clutters up Recent Changes (and, incidentally, my watchlist). Can't help but wonder if you're aware of this very handy way of editing everything at once.
I also should mention that reading over your changes by clicking "Show changes" and "Show preview" at the bottom can be very good for catching mistakes and finding further tweaks you can make. Hope this helps! Sincerely, Samuel the Banjo-Kazooie Boss. 13:50, March 23, 2021 (EDT)
- Follow-up: please don't keep making drafts in the mainspace and then moving them to your userspace; make them directly in your userspace instead so there isn't a redirect from the mainspace that shouldn't be there. Miles (talk) 17:27, June 18, 2021 (EDT)
- Bumping this, please don't create a moveset page just to have the hitbox image there. I left Kazuya's jabs like that because I'm waiting for Toomai to create the proper effect for them. It just makes it harder for me to remember what I haven't done and just makes everything harder. Just stop. Hitbox Enthusiast Zeck (talk) 01:39, July 7, 2021 (EDT)