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Submitted by Theparanerds 397d ago | opinion piece

Nintendon’t Lose

Every once in a while a big company has to stop and admit that they were either wrong, or admit defeat. Sega admitted defeat and Microsoft admitted they were wrong. Now Nintendo had to open their eyes and admit the gamers were right…yet again. (3DS, Nintendo, Wii U)

gameboymario  +   397d ago
I see a big comeback coming for the Wii U. Maybe it'll be at E3 or maybe it'll be their next direct that triggers it but I see it coming and it looks amazing.

Of course, that could just be my fanboy goggles though.
R00bot  +   397d ago
Yeah, I can see a big comeback on the way too. The Wii U certainly has appeal, now they just need to get rid of the negativity associated with the console. Honestly, once people play it they always seem to change their minds about disliking it. I had a friend over recently who thought it was gonna suck, but now he's bought his own since playing it.
Somehow Nintendo needs to market it to show how it's valuable, and more than just a gimmick. It's in a bit of a predicament, when people can't understand its true value without playing it first. Honestly, it just takes time for it to catch on. Everyone can't have played it. But eventually they will probably all get a chance to play it, and then they would understand.

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