If I had any influence I’d get it taken off the shelves before christmas. Parents are going to buy it just because they think their kids will want it, same as always. Problem is, more so than most games I’ve ever seen, this game says its ok to take a licence and exploit it.
They’ve published a shoddy product. Most parents don’t know a good game from a bad one, but they will know what GAA is supposed to play and look like.
They’ll know its bad, they’ll know their kids are disappointed, and they won’t be as inclined to trust in video games as a gift for a child. It probably won’t be a big shift, but I reckon quite a few will go with something they know rather than a video game the next time around