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Submitted by s8anicslayer 417d ago | opinion piece

Why The 2DS Will Make Bank For Nintendo

GR - "Nintendo does not market to the hardcore market. Though it might be fair to say that in recent years, it’s been marketing to no one.

When I tell new people in my social circles that I’m a game journalist, a number of them will tell me, “Oh! I have a Wii!” (3DS, Nintendo, Nintendo 2DS)

zeal0us  +   417d ago
I honestly don't think we will see a big turn out. The tablet like design will definitely catch some kids eyes though. I still see a lot parents buying a iPad or android tablets even after this thing releases.
bullymangLer  +   417d ago
exclusives
zeal0us  +   417d ago
Exclusives really don't attract to kids like they do with teenagers and adults.

Also games on tablets tend to be whole lot cheaper than dedicated handhelds.
bullymangLer  +   417d ago
tablets dont even have joysticks, nor slider pads = poor comparisons .

2DS and tablets dont mix, even with the same games, no joysticks = no joy (:

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