Nintendo Insider writes:
Nintendo's inclusion of Near-Field Communication (NFC) on the Wii U GamePad has so far slipped by unnoticed.
I saw "NFC" and quickly thought about Football....
LOL, me too, My 49ers are in the Superbowl this week! So exciting.
Sony and Microsoft got awesome exclusives, but they lack evolutionary drive. They are like cyborgs; a robotic race that can imitate but not innovate.
Just wait till you realise that the WiiU is the next Gamecube, casuals and exercising moms have moved on.
Since when do SALES determine something GLORY? (:
I'm cool with that. Gamecube has some really solid games. If this is Gamecube 2 then bring it on because they've had a whole gen since to figure out what they were doing wrong. Regardless of the hardware.....The Games will be good. We will get 10 of the best games we've ever played on this system.
I disagree with that just look at Journey and Unfinished swan and for 2013 there is Tearaway. Now on topic If its done well then lets see it at E3 who knows maybe its something like Skylanders and Disney Infinity.
Well then if Nintendo loves innovation why did they reject Media Molecules proposition with Little Big Planet?
relax relax . dOes Nintendo NEED little big Planet? Media Molecules is not Sony regarding my comment up at top .
i want a pokemon card game it seems the most realistic and profitable for Nintendo
A Pokemon NFC game - Yes Please. Believe me, if its a Pokemon equivalent of Skylanders then Nintendo will be onto a winner.
Super Smash Bros, Pokemon, Zelda, especially Animal Crossing and so many more great franchises could utilize NFC in amazing ways.
Makes sense, as they added it to the console. The most solid idea is the skylanders-style pokemon, wich would be great. I'd also like to have something more fresh.
This is going to be huge for Nintendo, I think everyone figures on them doing something with Pokemon. The sheer potential of this will easily dig Nintendo out of any financial hole that they are currently in.
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