Digital Trends - If you have even an ounce of gamer blood pumping in your veins, then there is a very good chance that you have heard the name Hideki Konno. But even if the name is unfamiliar, whether you realize it or not, you know his legacy.
sony and microsoft fanboys get mad when they hear that Nintendo does not compete . heres more proof. Hideki Konno: "I don’t really feel like we are competing with these other games. I think it’s great that there’s all kinds of genres within the gaming industry. I myself play all sorts of different games. We never feel like we’re in competition, per se" fanboys get hurt when they hear this because nintendo always "seems" to "dominate" (:
How did you even go from one idiotic conclusion to another? What goes inside the heads of you drones Lol
truth hurts ? i gave u a thumbs up okay. because happy time for you (: p.s. only a microsoft or sony fanboy would feel affected by my comment up above. exposed! (: ahh haa haaa haaaa
I think he really wants to know.
It's perfectly fine if Nintendo doesn't want violence in their games - I'd even say that it's a good thing for gaming because it would be redundant to have three consoles offering the same thing. However, I don't think that excuses Nintendo for their shortcomings either. Some people mock Sony and Microsoft for having boobs, blood and explosions. Others mock Nintendo for making kiddy games. But Sony has games like Journey and Nintendo has games like Xenoblade Chronicles. The truth is, if you mock Nintendo for making kiddy games or Sony/Microsoft for having adult games then your opinion isn't worth anything.
Its annoying when people say that Nintendo consoles are full of kiddy games but when games like No More Heroes or Mad World come out no one gets them.
It’s exciting, of course, to see a new platform with new technology and new games that are coming out. So as a player myself, I’m anxiously awaiting to see what happens. Why can't all gamers be like that?
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