I still think it looks good. Note, I don't have a PS4 and I'm not planning on getting one for just one or two games. Otherwise I might be playing The Last Guardian already. Indeed, popular consoles attract a lot of shovelware, and there's no way around that. And you're right, shovelware means the system is selling. Doesn't mean it'll succeed, it just means that currently the console is popular enough that everyone wants to get a piece of the action and that's a good sign as far as I'm concerned. And then it'll end up being used for exploits and they'll cost like $100 and people won't be able to get them. Shovelware means trash games that have little effort put into them at all and are just made to get a quick buck. Troll and I is definitely not one of those games. Vegas Party looks like a generic casino game just like every other casino game ever. Casino games can be fun, so I'm not judging it just based on that. It might be mediocre, boring, whichever, but it doesn't look bad. It might turn out to be shovelware, but it's not bad just based on it being a casino game. There are some fun casino games out there. As for the other two... Well, I have to hand it to you there, those look like some prime shovelware targets, especially "Chicken Orange". The other one looks mediocre, but it also looks a lot like other generic games that were released for Wii and never sold, and it certainly looks like a cash grab, but it remains to be seen if it's bad enough to count as shovelware. First impression of Chicken Orange... It looks like a badly designed Angry Birds with only the egg dropping bird. That might be fun for a few minutes if it's done well but it doesn't look like it's done very well at all, it just looks boring.