Yup, we have got a trailer after the break, and it contains a whopping 12 seconds or so of the actual game. While it's hardly enough content to let us know if our excitement (or lack thereof) is justified, it servers as a decent teaser, I guess.
If there's one thing that needs to be said to all developers -- not just the team behind Broken Destiny -- it's that you should never include the word "broken" anywhere in your game's title unless you are confident it's going to be perfection of the genre. It kind of sets you up for jokes, y'know?
Sakurai: Ridley as a playable Smash Bros. fighter 'wouldn't be Ridley any longer'
2:00 PM on 11.20.2014