What could possibly be another blow to Wii U owners, following the Wii U exclusive delay to 2015, as it appears that Slightly MAD Studios and publisher Namco Bandai may not release the eagerly anticipated racer in Australia.
I do feel sorry for the aussies they got sun sand hot looking women but no Project Cars on Wii U.(hope it is a rumour Nintendo's been around a long time and deserves better)
Hopefully they at least release it digitally. I've been looking forward to this game.
I dont understand. Dont the speak freaking english in australia. What the hell would make Nintendo not release this in Australia. Not to mention why do they even have different versions other than the region chose on the system and game when installing it. This doesnt seem like an issue at all. It should released in australia if it is released in parts of europe, canada, and the states. No excuses.
you do understand its not Nintendo who is not releasing it its Namco Bandai
I fail to see how that would make any difference. All of my same points apply to whomever is making the game and or producing it. It is lazy not bring it to everyon. But the game is already coming out after other platforms if I remember correctly. So not a good sign
Nintendo doesn't control what Namco Bandai does with releases. That's not how this works, that's not how any of this works.
How did you get agrees for accusing Nintendo of not releasing this when that has 0% anything to do with them. I guess that just goes to show that all you need to do is bash Nintendo to get ahead around here.
Nintendo is not publishing this game. Why blame them?
No big loss.
Indeed. It is best played on a real next-gen console or PC.
sorry but we on the only and real NEXT-GEN gaming console A.K.A. PS4 we don't need that kickstarter project fail , WE HAVE DRIVECLUB, the best looking next gen game close to photo realism, no pc 4k/144fps ultra even touches DRIVECLUB in graphics department
After the last string of BS Slightly Mad went through delaying the game on Wii U and saying customers will buy it anyway I could care less. I have no more love for this game or the studio making it.
Honestly I wouldn't wouldn't be surprised if this game flopped across all systems. It's a very niche game and the way the devs have been acting to everyone lately,(Being rude, burning bridges and just straight up giving folks the finger) I'm surprised some folks are actually still pumped.
who cares about wii u or project cars, WE HAVE DRIVECLUB 10000000000000000000000000XBET TER than that kickstarter project fail
Your fanboy is showing
Actually I'm astonished that you don't see how he's trolling the playstation crowd and DriveClub,he's intentionally making them look bad with fanboyism,and judging by his "not even 4k/144fps ultra can touch DriveClub" you can probably assume he's a PC elitist trying too hard ...
Some people want to play both Project Cars and Driveclub
It's decisions like this that have slowly made Nintendo gamers give up on supporting third parties. Getting mad over Nintendo's mistakes with them are one thing, but third parties can no longer excuse their behavior towards consumers of the consoles, especially if it's just a "get even" tactic against Nintendo themselves. If they ever want to forge trust and create an in-road to the install base on the Wii U, this crap has to stop. They can't keep treating Wii U owners as an after-thought while making excuses for their repeated delays, cancelations, lack of support and other mistakes, if they want sales. It all comes down to one simple fact; they want the money of Nintendo's consumers, but they haven't done enough to entice the consumers on Nintendo systems to buy their multiplats. They need to figure out what Nintendo fans want and cater to those interests in order to get massive sales, or it won't ever happen. If they can't, it'd be better if they either focused on collaborations and exclusives with Nintendo, or just dropped all pretenses and stopped making games for it, because their ports so far aren't cutting the Limburger.
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