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I disagree. It's accurate and compelling, which is not what constitutes click bait to me. Click bait generally challenges the reader, and/or is misleading. For example, "you won't believe why Nintendo is going third party" is a substantially click bait type of headline; it challenges the reader's intelligence by telling them something they can't do, and misrepresents a situation.

Say if this headline made it ambiguous which game was being discussed, "the company you love that was saved by a knock off game" sure, that's click bait.

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