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Submitted by juegosmajicos 41d ago | opinion piece

I Miss the Age of Innovation

Mike D. of Nintendo Enthusiast writes:

"There are still adventures that will draw me in - the Wii U's release schedule will soon turn into a murderer's row of A+ content. But I would be lying if I said anything has caught my imagination the same way that the original Revolution did. 2006 and 2007 felt like an age of innovation." (Nintendo DS, Wii, Wii U)

ritsuka666  +   42d ago
Nostalgia. Love it.
juegosmajicos  +   41d ago
Something wrong with being nostalgic for something good of the past?
lefty  +   41d ago
I for one cant play shooters with dual analog sticks wii-mote all the way :)
jcnba28  +   41d ago
RE4 Wii Edition and Metroid Prime Trilogy were fantastic with the Wii controls.

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