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22nd Apr '17 9:07:59 PM CosmicFerret
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* Anyone who says this about a LegoAdaptationGame has obviously never tried to get OneHundredPercentCompletion.

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* Anyone who says this about a LegoAdaptationGame VideoGame/LegoAdaptationGame has obviously never tried to get OneHundredPercentCompletion.
27th Mar '17 1:13:04 PM Monolaf317
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* ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'': This is a lot of the fans' main complaint regarding Season 4, being only 12 episodes long which are nowhere near to Season 3's 28 episodes.
11th Feb '17 4:23:37 AM TedEldritch
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* While this trope doesn't apply to ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsIII'' itself, it's a common criticism of the first expansion ''Ashes of Ariandel''. It adds only a couple of new areas and two bosses, one of which is optional and only really consists of fighing an NPC player character and a recurring KingMook simultaneously. While the other boss is generally regarded as [[AwesomeBosses/DarkSouls one of]] [[MarathonBoss the best]] in the series, the general consensus is that's not enough to justify the price tag. Since ''Ashes of Ariandel'' is one of the only two expansions ''Dark Souls 3'' is getting it compares poorly to the DLC in the other entries in the series, (''VideoGame/DarkSoulsI'' had one expansion with four bosses, ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsII'' had three expansions with three bosses in each one and the SpiritualSuccessor ''VideoGame/{{Bloodborne}}'' had one expansion with five bosses) and as such it also raised concerns from fans about the longevity of the game compared to it's predecessors.
20th Jan '17 7:40:53 PM Melodia
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''Panzer Dragoon Saga'' can be completed in around 12 hours, and even by JRPG standards is extremely linear with virtually no side areas outside of some post game content. This is compounded by the fact the game comes on 4 CDRoms.

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''Panzer * ''VideoGame/{{Panzer Dragoon Saga'' Saga}}'' can be completed in around 12 hours, and even by JRPG standards is extremely linear with virtually no side areas outside of some post game content. This is compounded by the fact the game comes on 4 CDRoms.
20th Jan '17 7:38:10 PM Melodia
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''Panzer Dragoon Saga'' can be completed in around 12 hours, and even by JRPG standards is extremely linear with virtually no side areas outside of some post game content. This is compounded by the fact the game comes on 4 CDRoms.
5th Jan '17 7:39:17 AM Gosicrystal
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** [=DA2=] also gave very clear hints where the story would reach a point of no return, and optional quests would [[LostForever no longer be an option]]. If a player didn't feel it was worthwhile to gather every advantage available, the DiscOneFinalBoss [[ThatOneBoss would make them regret it]], and their game would be [[RageQuit very short indeed]].

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** [=DA2=] also gave very clear hints where the story would reach a point of no return, and optional quests would [[LostForever [[PermanentlyMissableContent no longer be an option]]. If a player didn't feel it was worthwhile to gather every advantage available, the DiscOneFinalBoss [[ThatOneBoss would make them regret it]], and their game would be [[RageQuit very short indeed]].
4th Nov '16 7:24:31 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* One concern with ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter Generations'' is the lack of G-rank -- the tier of quests that comes after High Rank and is only added in {{Updated Rerelease}}s of "vanilla" ''Monster Hunter'' games -- [[AmericansHateTingle particularly in the West]] which hasn't had a ''Monster Hunter'' game without G-rank since ''Monster Hunter tri-'' in 2010, while [[NoExportForYou only Japan and Korea]] got their hands on ''Monster Hunter 4'' in 2013 before getting ''Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate'' which was released in all major regions. That said, ''Monster Hunter XX'' will include G-rank, although given that the Japanese release date is March 2017, it will be a long while before Western players can get their G-rank fix, since Western ''[=MonHun=]'' releases tend to take at least half a year after the Japanese version comes out. It should be noted, by the way, that a ''Monster Hunter'' file that reaches the end of High Rank usually has about ''100-150 hours'' logged, with G-rank adding another hundred or so hours; the concern isn't that "100 hours is too short for a game" so much as "we're so used to three tiers of quest difficulty that it feels weird having only two."

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* One concern with ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter Generations'' is the lack of G-rank -- the tier of quests that comes after High Rank and is only added in {{Updated Rerelease}}s of "vanilla" ''Monster Hunter'' games -- [[AmericansHateTingle particularly in the West]] which hasn't had a ''Monster Hunter'' game without G-rank since ''Monster Hunter tri-'' in 2010, while [[NoExportForYou only Japan and Korea]] got their hands on ''Monster Hunter 4'' in 2013 before getting ''Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate'' which was released in all major regions. That said, ''Monster Hunter XX'' will include G-rank, although given that the Japanese release date is March 2017, it will be a long while before Western players can get their G-rank fix, since Western ''[=MonHun=]'' releases tend to take at least half a year after the Japanese version comes out. \\
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It should be noted, by the way, that a ''Monster Hunter'' file that reaches the end of High Rank usually has about ''100-150 hours'' logged, with G-rank adding another hundred or so hours; the concern isn't that "100 hours is too short for a game" so much as "we're so used to three tiers of quest difficulty that it feels weird having only two."
4th Nov '16 7:21:58 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* One concern with ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter Generations'' is the lack of G-rank -- the tier of quests that comes after High Rank and is only added in {{Updated Rerelease}}s of "vanilla" ''Monster Hunter'' games -- [[AmericansHateTingle particularly in the West]] which hasn't had a ''Monster Hunter'' game without G-rank since ''Monster Hunter tri-'' in 2010, while [[NoExportForYou only Japan and Korea]] got their hands on ''Monster Hunter 4'' in 2013 before getting ''Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate'' which was released in all major regions. That said, ''Monster Hunter XX'' will include G-rank, although given that the Japanese release date is March 2017, it will be a long while before Western players can get their G-rank fix, since Western ''[=MonHun=]'' releases tend to take at least half a year after the Japanese version comes out. It should be noted, by the way, that a ''Monster Hunter'' file that reaches the end of High Rank usually has about ''100-150 hours'' logged, with G-rank adding another hundred or so hours; the concern isn't that "200+ hours is too short for a game" so much as "we're so used to three tiers of quest difficulty that it feels weird having only two."

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* One concern with ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter Generations'' is the lack of G-rank -- the tier of quests that comes after High Rank and is only added in {{Updated Rerelease}}s of "vanilla" ''Monster Hunter'' games -- [[AmericansHateTingle particularly in the West]] which hasn't had a ''Monster Hunter'' game without G-rank since ''Monster Hunter tri-'' in 2010, while [[NoExportForYou only Japan and Korea]] got their hands on ''Monster Hunter 4'' in 2013 before getting ''Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate'' which was released in all major regions. That said, ''Monster Hunter XX'' will include G-rank, although given that the Japanese release date is March 2017, it will be a long while before Western players can get their G-rank fix, since Western ''[=MonHun=]'' releases tend to take at least half a year after the Japanese version comes out. It should be noted, by the way, that a ''Monster Hunter'' file that reaches the end of High Rank usually has about ''100-150 hours'' logged, with G-rank adding another hundred or so hours; the concern isn't that "200+ "100 hours is too short for a game" so much as "we're so used to three tiers of quest difficulty that it feels weird having only two."
4th Nov '16 7:21:26 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* One concern with ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter Generations'' is the lack of G-rank -- the tier of quests that comes after High Rank and is only added in {{Updated Rerelease}}s of "vanilla" ''Monster Hunter'' games -- [[AmericansHateTingle particularly in the West]] which hasn't had a ''Monster Hunter'' game without G-rank since ''Monster Hunter tri-'' in 2010, while [[NoExportForYou only Japan and Korea]] got their hands on ''Monster Hunter 4'' in 2013 before getting ''Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate'' which was released in all major regions. That said, ''Monster Hunter XX'' will include G-rank, although given that the Japanese release date is March 2017, it will be a long while before Western players can get their G-rank fix, since Western ''[=MonHun=]'' releases tend to take at least half a year after the Japanese version comes out.

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* One concern with ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter Generations'' is the lack of G-rank -- the tier of quests that comes after High Rank and is only added in {{Updated Rerelease}}s of "vanilla" ''Monster Hunter'' games -- [[AmericansHateTingle particularly in the West]] which hasn't had a ''Monster Hunter'' game without G-rank since ''Monster Hunter tri-'' in 2010, while [[NoExportForYou only Japan and Korea]] got their hands on ''Monster Hunter 4'' in 2013 before getting ''Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate'' which was released in all major regions. That said, ''Monster Hunter XX'' will include G-rank, although given that the Japanese release date is March 2017, it will be a long while before Western players can get their G-rank fix, since Western ''[=MonHun=]'' releases tend to take at least half a year after the Japanese version comes out. It should be noted, by the way, that a ''Monster Hunter'' file that reaches the end of High Rank usually has about ''100-150 hours'' logged, with G-rank adding another hundred or so hours; the concern isn't that "200+ hours is too short for a game" so much as "we're so used to three tiers of quest difficulty that it feels weird having only two."
4th Nov '16 7:19:15 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* One concern with ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter Generations'' is the lack of G-rank -- the tier of quests that comes after High Rank and is only added in {{Updated Rerelease}}s of "vanilla" ''Monster Hunter'' games -- [[AmericansHateTingle particularly in the West]] which hasn't had a ''Monster Hunter'' game without G-rank since ''Monster Hunter tri-'' in 2010, while Japan and Korea got their hands on ''Monster Hunter 4'' in 2013 before getting ''Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate'' which was released in all major regions. That said, ''Monster Hunter XX'' will include G-rank, although given that the Japanese release date is March 2017, it will be a long while before Western players can get their G-rank fix, since Western ''[=MonHun=]'' releases tend to take at least half a year after the Japanese version comes out.

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* One concern with ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter Generations'' is the lack of G-rank -- the tier of quests that comes after High Rank and is only added in {{Updated Rerelease}}s of "vanilla" ''Monster Hunter'' games -- [[AmericansHateTingle particularly in the West]] which hasn't had a ''Monster Hunter'' game without G-rank since ''Monster Hunter tri-'' in 2010, while [[NoExportForYou only Japan and Korea Korea]] got their hands on ''Monster Hunter 4'' in 2013 before getting ''Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate'' which was released in all major regions. That said, ''Monster Hunter XX'' will include G-rank, although given that the Japanese release date is March 2017, it will be a long while before Western players can get their G-rank fix, since Western ''[=MonHun=]'' releases tend to take at least half a year after the Japanese version comes out.
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