Nintendo, you can win over gamers by dong these five things...
They would need to make it region free to win me over.
You've made similar comments in two or three other articles now. I understand why region locking is not a good thing, but why do you see it as a make-or-break for a game console? What about the consoles other features? There's more to a game console than just what region it's locked to.
It's a deal breaker because when I buy a console I do it to play games on it. However, region locking will prevent me from playing certain games.
I need a console Pokemon game. A proper Pokemon Console game, Ive been picturing it in my mind for a while. The Table can act as your pokedex/ Bag/ Move selector. So when you get into a battle you have your move on the table and you can draw command and strategies all in real-time while your pokemon battles on the Big Screen. or you can be walking in the game and you see a pokemon moving(no more random encounters) so you use your table as the pokedex and move the table around to focus on the pokemon to have the pokedex give you the 411 on the pokemon. I think its time we get a proper pokemon game on a console. I have been waiting for a real console pokemon game since the N64 era, if Nintendo wants me back as a customers they need to show me something I cant get elsewhere.
He writes this in every post.....he's just trolling....last I checked, all home consoles are region locked so I have no clue why he thinks repeating the same nonsense that is off topic will magically change the scenario. He's just making flame bait to get everyone to argue !
All those features doesnt matter when you cant play games, sometimes one has to import games so this is a deal breaker.
Seems like a small issue to me, but that's just my opinion.
Yeah I have never actually run into a situation where I couldn't play a game I wanted to because of where I live. Maybe that's just a matter of my tastes in games, but this is a non-issue to me.
If someone likes to play a lot of JRPGs or similar Japanese titles, regional locking prevents that without them importing a system just for that alone.
WiiWare offered games that had never before been released in the United States. Digital distribution may solve this problem completely. Imo this is one reason that Nintendo has embraced digital distribution.
Include a new wireless classic controller and make it mandatory to be campatible with all Wii U games...yeah I'm asking for too much :/ I'll probably get it eventually once a bunch of games I'd want comes out.
The WiiU controller has all the buttons from a standard controller, so if you get one, you'll only be missing the touchscreen. Is really that big of a deal? Plus, the WiiU is supposed to work with Wii accesories, so I think compatibility with the classic controller for Wii is granted.
It's a tablet with buttons on the sides :| And I hate having to connect my classic controller to a wii remote.
I really dislike articles that spread out over several pages in order to get hits for their ads.
In regards to the story, Nintendo has already stated that the reveal of the price won't be at E3. They'll reveal it afterwards at some point....but other then that, yeah they definitely need to show us new things. We know nothing about the system other then controller functions, so I think it's safe to say that Nintendo has a few things up their sleeves.
MMO that utilizes the systems controller.
why are numskys still complaining about they want a regular controller, it is a damn regular controller all the buttons are in the same place as they are when u play you 360/ps3, whats the problem? Aaaargh
Sometimes you come tired from School/Work/Sex and you want to relax yourself with a Game, if you have a Wii or Wiiu you cant as you have to focus too much on the new gameplay system.
All the buttons are in the proper place so its a controller , i dont mind having the bonus of the second screen to enhance gameplay
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