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Submitted by RyanDJ 786d ago | opinion piece

Nintendo Wants Your Football

Ryan Johnson | GoozerNation

Nintendo's recent announcements lean towards a return to the hardcore market. The original Wii was focused on the casual market. Will Nintendo ignore that strong user base? A newly announced service shows they are not about to let go of the casual market. (satirical article) (Culture, Nintendo)

InMyOpinion  +   786d ago
I would have went with "Nintendo Wants Your Balls".
ExCest  +   786d ago
But that makes me say, "No Nintendo; these are my balls, not yours. Get your own."
InMyOpinion  +   786d ago
Hey now! Sharing is caring.

Will Ferrell knows everything about that.

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