I like how you didn't answer my question. What are you looking for in this discussion? I don't know what it is you want to hear, but the simple fact of the matter is that paltry complaints are seldom conducive to conversation. Personal opinion only ever evokes more personal opinion. It makes for insular discourse, and while discussions like this serve their purpose when we're first reaching a consensus, what you wind up with after the fact is exactly what we're seeing here. If there were any substance to your shitty opinions, you wouldn't have to beg for meaningful discussion! Questionable business ethics? What the fuck am I reading? The game was barely marketed at all. Do you not recall how Colors was initially totally overshadowed by Sonic 4? Sonic 4 got all the PR support with the drip feed concept art reveals and community sweepstakes, the only information we got on Colors came from offscreen expo footage and some trailers towards the game's release. If anything, Sonic Team were deliberately marginalizing the game's existence with comments like "We're just making this for the kids", they had no idea the game would be as well-received as it was. Seriously, now. Is this article really the only leg you have to stand on? Nevermind that third party news racket previews do not count as marketing, all that's mentioned there are details on the story and the game's main gimmick. Questionable business ethics indeed! And you think there's a debate to be had in this? All I'm seeing is some guy who's miffed because he's not getting the attention he was looking for because he's totally full of shit.