Wii stuck on updating

People who aren't fans of the work will typically pull this argument specifically because they do not notice the differences in between individual works and have a very minimalistic view of genres or series as a whole.This trope must be distinguished from They Copied It, So It Sucks, where is considered to be too similar.But with fans being the way they are, you'll usually get one side praising the changes with another side wanting the old game back.An Updated Re-release is sometimes unfairly judged according to this, but it is also justified.Video Game Long-Runners will be all over the spectrum, with some games remaining faithful to the core design while others will use an entirely different style.Some gaming mainstays get this from fans claiming the formulas are growing stale.How many scenes of Spider-Man using all his might and webs to hold up some in-peril bus or train or boat can audiences tolerate to watch?How many special effects-supported villains can he fight?

Action scenes see Parker battling his enemy on large scales and through swaths of destruction.With It's the Same, Now It Sucks, the problem is that different installments of the SAME THING (such as remakes, adaptations, parodies, sequels etc.) are considered to be too slavishly imitative of their original material.See also Sequelitis, Status Quo Is God, Capcom Sequel Stagnation.On the opposite end of the spectrum is They Changed It, Now It Sucks.It is mostly impossible to balance It's the Same, Now It Sucks and They Changed It, Now It Sucks, due to a general trend of Unpleasable Fanbase between the two. They don't just want another rehash of the same things that they had last year, they want something new and different, yet the same basic characters/story/gameplay/etc.

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