abclocal.go.com: Deep inside a heavily guarded building, in an undisclosed location, a select group of journalists and Nintendo employees played Super Mario Brothers.
The stupidest part of the article. Of coarse it's not going to have as much games because its just launching. Duh! Also it has a very good launch line up anyways if not one of the best. "The Wii U when it comes out this winter is only gonna have a handful of games," Hsu said. "It's not gonna come anywhere close to the software library that you could find on a Playstation 3 or Xbox 360."
I know it's too early to judge but I don't think the Wii U will be able to compete with Sony and Microsoft's next consoles
Think about this: 3DS launched in 2011 to all type of FUD on N4G and the Vita "threat". 25 million units later.....nuff said. :)
Comparing mobile console to home console is like comparing apples to oranges. It's pretty positive you are a Nintendo fanboy who just bashes Sony. Grow up. You have no point.
You get my point. Handhelds cost $200-$249. My point was Nintendo fans dominated that situation.
Wasn't talking to you.
And why do you say that? Don't just talk out your butt. Let's hear some points. If you think it's too early to judge, then don't just go and judge anyway. It makes you sound like an idiot, man.
Talk out my butt? Excuse me? Don't go there, you respect the fact what I said was the damn truth!
Quick question: when are the other consoles coming out? What do they do? Exactly. So why should I detail "points" other than the obvious fact WiiU has at least a year sales advantage selling to nintendo fans that actually BUY consoles.
@moonman Bro, I don't think he was talking to you >_< Look at the thread... Easy, there.
It's okay you two... This is why being hostile to anyone is bad... it messes up your head And makes you easily upset. (not that I'm a saint... especially these last few weeks>.>;;)
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