Interview: RCMADIAX – “Nintendo was the only manufacturer giving unknown designers a chance.”

RCMADIAX has fast made a name for them — wait, himself — among Wii U owners. This one-man development team not only has BLOK DROP U releasing exclusively to the Wii U in the next few weeks, but he has gone one step further in announcing three more games coming to the console in the future.

Nintendo Enthusiast decided to talk to developer Michael Aschenbrenner to find out exactly why he chose to support the Wii U when so many developers out there neglect this potential-spurting box of goodness.

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daedra1509d ago

Well duh that's cause all the well known people went to xb and ps after Nintendo messed up

Chrischi19881509d ago

You all can say what you want, but Nintendo did great so far with indies. Nintendo tried to push indies, from the very start, they want to make other devs big and not only support the ones that already exist. Of course, the existing ones are not that happy with nintendo, but everyone needs to start somewhere and now is the best opportunity for indies, as a struggling system needs their help and that way they can also make a name of themselves.

lilbroRx1509d ago

Nintendo has always given unknown developers a opportunities. Stop trying o twist it into some act of desperation like you do with all news that not in Sony's favor.

OtakuDJK1NG-Rory1509d ago

and the bigger devs and publishers are selling broken, incomplete, rushed, microtransaction, lock on disc DLC, day one dlc and it goes on and on

Moncole1509d ago

I don't because I never heard of Rcmadiax and when ever I hear of an indie studio I I usually remeber their name and a game they made.

Fanboyssuck271509d ago ShowReplies(1)
Fanboyssuck271509d ago (Edited 1509d ago )

Regardless of how Nintendo are performing, how does it affect your day to day life so much to the point where you have to sound like a broken record waiting to say something negative about Nintendo at every opportunity?

Somewhere along the line you've gone from just having opinions to having a full blown obsession with a company that doesn't even know you exist.
Talk about cyber stalking. Jeez.

REDBEARD1509d ago

Named developer says something postive about Nintendo: ''I doubt it!''

Anonymous developers says something negative about Nintendo: ''I believe it 100%. Nintendo SUUUUUUCCCCCKKKKKSSSS!!!!' '

I swear, fanboys are really pitiful, LOL.

-Foxtrot1509d ago

"I swear, fanboys are really pitiful, LOL"

Says the guy point something like that out in an article like this which has a chance of starting an argument.

Yeah they are pitiful alright.

REDBEARD1509d ago

Thanks for replying to me. I need a friend. :) Anyways, I disagree what you said about how nintendo, out of the big 3, hasn't given a damn about Indies. If it was the wii era, i would agree with you. However, it now seems Nintendo is changing their tune when it comes to indie developers. They are doing more than what Microsoft is doing. Sony is doing right by indies, also. I mean, we have A Hat in Time and Rusty Pup coming to Wii U, if I am not mistaken, and they look amazing.

wonderfulmonkeyman1509d ago (Edited 1509d ago )

Yeah, well, that doesn't justify your post.

What he says is true; haters are doing everything in their power to spin anything positive about Nintendo into negative news.

And instead of applauding Nintendo for their right moves, the haters say that we should focus on the negative, and call any sort of positive focus "burying our heads in the sand", as if none of us are aware of their mistakes, when that's absolutely false.

You're not winning this one, Fox; he's right about the anti-Nintendo fanboys and their negative-spin tendencies and their willingness to take the words of a negative anonymous dev over the voice of someone with an actual name to their statements.