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Submitted by Pozzle 647d ago | opinion piece

We Love Nintendo, But They Would Gladly Kill Your First-Born Son

Gamnesia: Nintendo needs to get their act together. You read that first sentence correctly. Nintendo is having a lot of trouble right now, what with a rough Wii U launch and other competitors announcing shiny new consoles. The Big N is in financial danger, and that fact simply cannot be ignored.

However, that problem is miniscule to the issue concerning the interaction the publisher has with its loyal consumers. We fans give Nintendo our all. We purchase their brand new games. We support them when the going gets rough. We create new things to show our appreciation and love for the company! Nintendo fans love Nintendo.

Unfortunately, it seems like Nintendo doesn't love us back. (3DS, Culture, Nintendo, Wii U)

jc48573  +   647d ago
this is another joke right? it must be! Remember those good old days when little girls and boys cried...so innocent. They go on as if nothing happened. Kids are so strong and alive these days.
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sdozzo  +   646d ago
Classless
gamer42  +   646d ago
this is probably a joke article (i did laugh), but why did this get approved? Even if it wasn't a joke, you can't really take it seriously. I mean mariotroid? the hero of hyrule is zelda? starfox in dreamland?
GARBAGE LICKER  +   646d ago
Haha thats a pretty good way to advertise the game
jcnba28  +   646d ago
I stopped reading at "The Big N is in financial danger" lol
deafdani  +   646d ago
Read the article, it's satire.
PigPen  +   646d ago
It's not in everyone DNA to be making a article. You read the first sentence correctly. Nintendo is not in financial danger. Sony is having alot of trouble right now and is in financial danger. They would gladly kill your first born son is talking crazy. You need to get your act together. A article like this cannot be ignored. Keep Nintendo out of your mouth, that would be best.
Hicken  +   646d ago
Good job sticking Sony in there for no good reason.
deafdani  +   646d ago
Great job not reading the article at all.
CouldHaveYelledUiiW  +   646d ago
Jackson Murphy!
You sir are a hero to the world!

Good article, I appreciate the comic delivery.
"Excellent" and "Yes"

You got a little nuttier than needed at the end but I know you had to so that everyone would see through the dead-pan humor.

-Then again with some of the anti- Nintendo articles out their maybe you had to-

(I've even seen people acting like the XB1 is only going to be a TV control device when logic should dictate that Microsoftis going to show games- I mean just a walk through a Game store should give you a clue...)- But I'm a Nintendo Fan not Microsoft... I'm not going to treat XB1 like people treated Vita & WiiU.
klecser  +   646d ago
I think its cute that the article writer thinks they are or are trying to be a journalist.
deafdani  +   646d ago
And how are you qualified to make such judgment, if you clearly didn't read the article, only the N4G excerpt?

Hint: it's 100% satire.
klecser  +   646d ago
Its unwelcome satire. There is such a thing.
kirbyu  +   646d ago
This is a joke article. Thanks goodness.

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