Abyss Master from Xero Gaming discusses a few ways in which game companies lately are not exactly looking out for their clientele.
I'm sorry, but there was much about this current generation which was more about game companies than customers. Much of the JP market on HD consoles alone was more about catering to the Western market than their own, and as a result everyone has only suffered.
it's always about the bottom line
The whole Resident Evil Mercenaries business is very related to the whole Nintendo of America and Xenoblade situation. Both of them just make me shake my head and ask, what's a matter with these people... What are they thinking? Seriously. Overall a good article.
Resident Evil Mercenaries was one the main reasons I bought the 3DS. I loved the mode in RE 4 and 5 SO I was excited to have it on handheld form. Sadly I have heard bad things about it. Seeing a lot of comments about how it is not worth 40 bucks and limited in gameplay and features. And not being able to delete save date...wtf...
I also find it ridiculous how Nintendo will not bring over all of these games to America. So many people petitioned for it and they got a lot of preorders on amazon. Localizing a game is not all that much extra work and they would make a lot of fans happy and make loads of cash in the process. Where is the logic in their thinking?
Well that's like Abyss Master is saying, why is it so difficult to also port it over to America when it's already going to Europe?
Exactly. I think they need to get a cost benefits analysis done and weigh the pros and cons more effectively
i think sony is doing a pretty good job, with there welcome back program, ive been having fun with them free games and infamous 2.... im not hatin on the ps3 at all, but 360 i really dont care for anymore, ive gone back n forth too many times, and the only reason i go back to 360 is the party chat feature, but screw it, im here to play games not talk on the headset all day, which im to old for anymore, and i just found myself not wanting to talk to friends while i was playing a single player game and trying to hear whats going on
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