He finds it "too strong" apparently.
What he was saying is that Nintendo 1st party titles are too strong for 3rd party titles to be as successful as he would like if he were to make a game. Is it really that hard to understand?
Well, I'm not going to assume anything, that's up to everyone else.
wii is too strong..well poor guy i guess he just will not make enough profit on that hd title for the ps3... he should be happy that wii offers him new way to test his development skills..but i guess not
3rd party developers are such clowns.. release a good , market it and it will sell. i havent seen one unique third party commercial for the wii yet and they expect their games to sell.. like this guy said he never even work with nintendo before..
I always find it funny that Nintendo's curse is making to good of a game
Nintendo makes great games and markets them correctly, and then everyone says only 1st-party games sell well on Nintendo consoles as if it has more to do w/ brand-name recognition than quality.
Nintendo software would still sell extremely well on other consoles if Nintendo's software division did 3rd-party development, and that's because of quality. Even youngsters these days obsessed w/ having mature themes in their games can admit that titles like Smash Bros and Mario Kart are enjoyable.
If Sony or MS were asked if they'd like to have Nintendo software on their consoles, more than likely their answer would be a resounding "Yes!"
If Mizuguchi really believes that Nintendo titles are too strong, what does that say about other developers?
3rd party Wii software has outsold 3rd party PS3 software 31 to 23 million, and sold nearly as many copies as all PS3 software combined, yet nobody complains about how 3rd party PS3 software sells. I just don't get it.
Every time I say this people disagree with me--I guess they don't believe me. Feel free to add up the numbers yourself, though.
Nintendo's games have been above and beyond most
third party titles on their consoles. They're pretty much
the reason people buy their hardware nowadays. Well, if
your a hardcore gamer.
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