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What's Wrong With Nintendo?

Posted Aug 5, '12 at 12:07pm

Bluydee

Bluydee

699 posts

The Wii has been horrible, because it wasn't up to par with all the other consoles. However, the Wii has more sales than the Xbox or the PS3, so yeah.

 

Posted Aug 9, '12 at 2:22pm

blackwolf777

blackwolf777

7 posts

For me i really hate nintendo i think that it is really for more along the line of little kids and ever time they get a game that was origanlly for a diffrent console they seem to mess it up and get ride of the fun parts like in CoD world at war they got ride of the Nazi zombies. Then the friend code the 16 digit random numder code to friend some one but they also have to remeber yours too. I understand that it was meant as a excrise console but there are a lot of flas.

 

Posted Aug 9, '12 at 8:18pm

sarawrrr

sarawrrr

34 posts

Nothing is wrong with Nintendo, but they do focus on kids and family games sometimes.

 

Posted Aug 9, '12 at 8:23pm

KentyBK

KentyBK

555 posts

ever time they get a game that was origanlly for a diffrent console they seem to mess it up and get ride of the fun parts like in CoD world at war they got ride of the Nazi zombies.

So you hate them for something that isn't their fault?

 

Posted Dec 21, '12 at 2:06pm

xKwokiex

xKwokiex

9 posts

Well they used to make very good games, I'll admit that, but lately it just seems like they keep trying to do the exact same things over and over and over again and it gets boring.  Examples are: remakes of pokemon games, pokepark 2 (even though the first one didn't even sell that many), they keep making terrible spin offs of mario games and so on.

 

Posted Dec 21, '12 at 2:15pm

blk2860

blk2860

3,686 posts

It seems like everyone hates the Wii and all other Nintendo products.

I want to know why, in all its generality.

Persuade me.

All I hate is the Wii with it's crappy games and crappy controls. I like all other Nintendo stuff.

 

Posted Dec 22, '12 at 5:11pm

Besch

Besch

45 posts

Well, nothing's wrong with Nintendo. I guess, I never really was their "customer". The only consoles I ever had and have were the first to PlayStations from Sony. I never owned anything that even looked like a GameBox (I must have been a weird child^^).

Concerning the Wii-generation, I just do not like their targetting strategies. They created consoles made not for a "special" group of people but for the broad mainstream. Their family commercials prove that.

 

Posted Dec 22, '12 at 10:26pm

Jacen96

Jacen96

2,147 posts

I don't care who you are, you cannot hate super smash bros: brawl.

As for the games being easy, I played TP for over 50 hours, and still didn't get 100%.

SMG 1 & 2 are quite frustrating, because there is a lot of skill involved, especially later on.

~~~Darth Caedus

 

Posted Dec 24, '12 at 1:34am

ChillzMaster

ChillzMaster

1,357 posts

I don't care who you are, you cannot hate super smash bros: brawl.

You can hate whatever you want, because that's just, like, your opinion man.

For me i really hate nintendo i think that it is really for more along the line of little kids and ever time they get a game that was origanlly for a diffrent console they seem to mess it up and get ride of the fun parts like in CoD world at war they got ride of the Nazi zombies

What you're complaining about is the lack of quality in third-party title ports to a system with less power and less mainstream functionality as the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, an issue sure to be fixed with the Wii U. However, this alone is no reason to hate Nintendo, a company with a rich history that hit a slight bump in its last console. Nintendo first-party games have generally been god-tier, and the Wii U is looking to be a fantastic transition into a period of high-quality well-roundedness for the creator of the NES.

but there are a lot of flas.

What are flas?

Nothing is wrong with Nintendo, but they do focus on kids and family games sometimes.

I wouldn't blame Nintendo for that, rather the companies wanting to get a jump on the in-place young demographic the Wii had such an iron grip on. Mind you, "Kids" and "Family" games don't always mean drivel. The kid-friendly "Viva Pinata" and movie tie-in "Toy Story 3" are excellent examples of breaking the youth quality barrier.

As for the games being easy, I played TP for over 50 hours, and still didn't get 100%.

What, did you run around in a circle on Epony screaming "HAH! HYEAAA!"?

-Chillz

 

Posted Dec 24, '12 at 7:18am

KentyBK

KentyBK

555 posts

and less mainstream functionality as the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, an issue sure to be fixed with the Wii U. However, this alone is no reason to hate Nintendo, a company with a rich history that hit a slight bump in its last console. Nintendo first-party games have generally been god-tier, and the Wii U is looking to be a fantastic transition into a period of high-quality well-roundedness for the creator of the NES.

Are you from a parallel universe?

 
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