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Welp, I guess it wasn’t a one night stand after all. Mario and Rabbids, sitting in a tree. Pay exorbitant licensing fees. So we start that little dance again, shall we, in which Ubisoft’s proto-Minions distinguished primarily by their resemblance to half-melted ice cream from Spongebob Squarepants attempt to maintain their long, redundant existence by clinging to coattails of one of the few video game franchises with an even more over-the-top shtick, making the combined fatigue of this hacked sequel somewhere on the level of a truck whore the morning after the dispatch of viagra HOPE. You snatched it from me, you bastards. I hope you’re happy. I liked a mainstream thing. Now when I go to meet sarcastic impossible to please Youtube critics, I have to wear the stupid hat and sit in the wheelie bin of shame. You see, Nintendo has two models that benefit Mario and Rabbids: Snarks of Hope. First of all, Nintendo doing something doesn’t mean much. Nintendo does a lot of things. They participate a lot in the thing-based economy. But it’s worth paying attention to whenever Nintendo does something TWICE. That’s how we got Majora’s Mask and Paper Mario 2.
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