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Submitted by 32froshes 999d ago | opinion piece

Could NES-Style Cartridges Make A Comeback?

Nostalgia-infused gaming has become a gigantic market in recent days. We’ve all seen those classical gaming kiosks that are popping up all over the country, but is the market big enough for a publisher like Nintendo to relaunch a few cartridge-based titles? (Industry, Nintendo, Retro)

Cam977  +   999d ago
Yes, look at what the Vita uses, something similar to that used by the Nes. It won't be exactly the same - but similar. On the other hand, no. Just look at Blu-Ray.
dedicatedtogamers  +   999d ago
I don't care if it's on cartridge, on disc, or on a bar of soap. Please bring back the days of when gamers could fully own their games.

No unlock codes.

No off-disc (or on-disc) DLC.

No DRM.

No "limited installs".

Just let us own our games. We bought them, after all.
JoshEngen  +   999d ago
Completely valid.

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