David Reeves is up in arms over at Leipzig, issuing statement after statement. This time, Reeves tipped his hat at Nintendo, saying "...We're very happy Nintendo broadened the market to where we have never gone.
well a least it was not something dumb
bashing on the console like M$ does
more market share for company's to wrestle with and more content for the consumer at competitive prices
sony and microsoft will benefit afterall
...in the coming generations
nintendo is building the bridge to causal gamers to get into the gaming world. Causal gamers get to see games like LBP, Echochrome, these real innovative games. Nintendo is bringing more people into gaming and that means more people looking at gaming products.
that's what i was insinuating
Which is funny, because Nintendo is following the precedent set by the PS2...and forgotten by the PS3:
Quality gaming system, good game support, and in the right price range for the casual crowd.
No arrogance? I thought this was a joke.
Thank you Microsoft and Nintendo for humbling Sony....
Now sony can slowly build up their core market just like how they built their ps2.
...I think Sony is dead wrong thinking the EyeToy expanded/will-expand the video game audience.
The EyeToy is definitely not a system seller, therefore existing PS2/PS3 owners are the only market for it. How does that expand the audience at all?
The EyeToy will only be used for a few games.
Almost no 3rd party developers want to develop a game using something the majority of the owners of a console don't have. You just can't make money like that, doubling the price of your game for the majority of people by making them buy something they don't already have.
It also seems like it won't be able to be used for fast paced games, which will really hurt it in terms of what it can be used for.
Sony:"thank you for kicking our asses".
Nintendo:"no problem, just returning the favor you did to us last two generations".
unsunghero28 - thank you.
You said what we were all thinking. Have a bubble.
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