History YMMV / SegaSuperstars

7th Feb '17 1:06:29 PM ZombieAladdin
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* FandomRivalry: With the VideoGame/MarioKart fandom, due to their opposite stances on how much items should affect a race and them appealing to opposite sides of the CasualCompetitiveConflict. A large part of the Wii U player base for ''Transformed'' consisted of people who wanted an alternative to Mario Kart games where they could hone their driving skills and not be interrupted by items.
4th Feb '17 5:03:10 AM Sestren_NK
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* BaseBreaker:

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** The DLC character poll. Fans used it in hopes to bring back characters who didn't return from the previous game, others tried to suggest bringing in other classic characters who didn't appear in the previous game, while others opted for new faces. But a good portion of fans were displeased that one of the characters leading the polls and appeared to be the most likely to win was the Music/{{Vocaloid}} Miku Hatsune, who was commonly mistaken as a Sega IP at the time, and a BaseBreaker within the Sega fandom even then [[note]]Sega was not involved in the creation of Vocaloid or Miku and don't own the actual IP; they only hold the license to create non-PC games based off the Vocaloid property. Still, there are a good portion of those within the Sega fandom who consider her a proper Sega character and part of the company, helped by the fact that she would later be [[WolverinePublicity referenced in several]] Japanese-developed games by Sega, while many others outside Japan don't consider her a Sega creation or part of their legacy[[/note]]. While her supporters outside the Sega fandom came in ''droves'' to use the chance to get her to appear in the game and boost her exposure, detractors felt an actual Sega character was more deserving of the slot instead of a character that was relatively unknown to the game's core demographic and had a niche presence outside Japan, especially at the time. But there were also those who wouldn't mind it if she appeared in the game if it meant exposing the game to a wider audience, boosting sales and potentially building interest in Sega's classic properties. It didn't help that some of Miku's fans made it clear that they'd [[JustHereForGodzilla only buy the game if she was in it and weren't interested in the game otherwise or the other properties it represented]]. Ultimately, she didn't appear in the game due to licensing issues and [[VideoGame/{{Shenmue}} Ryo]] was declared the winner of the poll regardless.

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** The DLC character poll. Fans used it in hopes to bring back characters who didn't return from the previous game, others tried to suggest bringing in other classic characters who didn't appear in the previous game, while others opted for new faces. But a good portion of fans were displeased that one of the characters leading the polls and appeared to be the most likely to win was the Music/{{Vocaloid}} Miku Hatsune, who was commonly mistaken as a Sega IP at the time, and a BaseBreaker BaseBreakingCharacter within the Sega fandom even then [[note]]Sega was not involved in the creation of Vocaloid or Miku and don't own the actual IP; they only hold the license to create non-PC games based off the Vocaloid property. Still, there are a good portion of those within the Sega fandom who consider her a proper Sega character and part of the company, helped by the fact that she would later be [[WolverinePublicity referenced in several]] Japanese-developed games by Sega, while many others outside Japan don't consider her a Sega creation or part of their legacy[[/note]]. While her supporters outside the Sega fandom came in ''droves'' to use the chance to get her to appear in the game and boost her exposure, detractors felt an actual Sega character was more deserving of the slot instead of a character that was relatively unknown to the game's core demographic and had a niche presence outside Japan, especially at the time. But there were also those who wouldn't mind it if she appeared in the game if it meant exposing the game to a wider audience, boosting sales and potentially building interest in Sega's classic properties. It didn't help that some of Miku's fans made it clear that they'd [[JustHereForGodzilla only buy the game if she was in it and weren't interested in the game otherwise or the other properties it represented]]. Ultimately, she didn't appear in the game due to licensing issues and [[VideoGame/{{Shenmue}} Ryo]] was declared the winner of the poll regardless.
2nd Feb '17 11:17:00 AM DoctorRayman
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* MyRealDaddy: While the first game was made by Sonic Team, itís only after Sumo Digital started working on the series (particularly with the racing installments) that it gained notoriety among fans.

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* MyRealDaddy: While the first game was made by Sonic Team, itís only after Sumo Digital started working on the series (particularly with the racing installments) that it gained notoriety popularity among fans.
2nd Feb '17 11:12:19 AM DoctorRayman
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* MyRealDaddy: While the first game was made by Sonic Team, itís only after Sumo Digital started working on the series (particularly with the racing installments) that it gained notoriety among fans.
22nd Jan '17 1:16:56 AM SneaselSawashiro
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* GameBreaker: [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Shadow]] already has fingers pointed at him due to his very quick air tricks, fast boost, and the ability to do wheelies like other bikers can. The two things that set him back is his somewhat subpar boost and his weight, which allows other races to really catch back up to him if he loses his momentum.

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* GameBreaker: [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Shadow]] already has fingers pointed at him due to his very quick air tricks, fast boost, and the ability to do wheelies like other bikers can. The two things that set him back is his somewhat subpar boost and his weight, which allows other races racers to really catch back up to him if he loses his momentum.
22nd Jan '17 1:16:45 AM SneaselSawashiro
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* GameBreaker: [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Shadow]] already has fingers pointed at him due to his very quick air tricks, fast boost, and the ability to do wheelies like other bikers can. The one thing that sets him back is his somewhat subpar boost and his weight, which allows other races to really set him back if he loses his momentum.

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* GameBreaker: [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Shadow]] already has fingers pointed at him due to his very quick air tricks, fast boost, and the ability to do wheelies like other bikers can. The one thing two things that sets set him back is his somewhat subpar boost and his weight, which allows other races to really set him catch back up to him if he loses his momentum.
22nd Jan '17 1:16:10 AM SneaselSawashiro
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* GameBreaker: [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Shadow]] already has fingers pointed at him due to his very quick air tricks, fast boost, and the ability to do wheelies like other bikers can.

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* GameBreaker: [[Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog Shadow]] already has fingers pointed at him due to his very quick air tricks, fast boost, and the ability to do wheelies like other bikers can. The one thing that sets him back is his somewhat subpar boost and his weight, which allows other races to really set him back if he loses his momentum.
22nd Jan '17 1:14:51 AM SneaselSawashiro
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** The announcer in ''All-Stars Racing'', who never shuts up. There's a reason they give you an option to turn him off. That said, many adore him because his lines are hilarious and said with NarmCharm. Also averted somewhat with the announcer for ''Transformed'', especially for the [[Creator/TakenobuMitsuyoshi Japanese version]].

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** The announcer in ''All-Stars Racing'', who never shuts up. There's a reason they give you an option to turn him off. That said, many adore him because his lines are hilarious and said with NarmCharm. Also averted somewhat with the announcer for ''Transformed'', especially for with Takenobu Mitsuyoshi in the [[Creator/TakenobuMitsuyoshi Japanese version]].
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22nd Jan '17 1:14:29 AM SneaselSawashiro
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** The announcer in ''All-Stars Racing'', who never shuts up. There's a reason they give you an option to turn him off. That said, many adore him because his lines are hilarious and said with NarmCharm.

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** The announcer in ''All-Stars Racing'', who never shuts up. There's a reason they give you an option to turn him off. That said, many adore him because his lines are hilarious and said with NarmCharm.
NarmCharm. Also averted somewhat with the announcer for ''Transformed'', especially for the [[Creator/TakenobuMitsuyoshi Japanese version]].
31st Dec '16 11:07:07 AM SpaceHunterDrakeRedcrest
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* CrossoverShip:
** [[VideoGame/JetSetRadio Beat]] X [[VideoGame/SpaceChannel5 Ulala]] are shipped together for being the main protagonists of two CultClassic SEGA games. This shipping existed prior to the series, but grew in popularity thanks to the series, since they appear in three of the four games together.
** [[VideoGame/JetSetRadio Gum]] X [[VideoGame/SkiesOfArcadia Vyse]] sometimes get shipped together for being {{AntiHero}}es and their {{AwesomeEgo}}s.
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