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Plenty of YouTubers have come out against these policies. Pewdiepie publicly said Nintendo has gone to the bottom of his list and Jim sterling did a whole video about it. Others show their lack of support by not having Nintendo games for let's plays. This is not a popular policy amongst the biggest YouTubers out there and I don't know how you can't see that #3.2
115d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
I think they should however looking how Valve has handle steam Greenwich they need to do some actual quality control. It looks like they will for the films but that could easily change. This type of thing will need strict quality control. #1.2
116d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
These services become less optional when more and more companies jump on board. These services can't stay the way they are right now as they need to be competitive. It's 60 per year for one, if another one comes out that is 120. With more companies getting on board less people are going to be able to afford more services which will just lead to more being put behind a pay wall (to appear competitive and drive users to their service over other services). Locking off content behind a pa... #1.1.1
116d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
God no. We will end up with multiple subscriptions which will just end up taking away content from something we already have to subscribe to. #2
116d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
@abzdiine

He was trying it out. This generation he is branching out and he acknowledged the problems other people have had with Nintendo (hence why he tried things out with let's plays first as they require less editing and planning than reviews)

@breakpad

I can't believe you are defending Nintendo on this. It is an archaic form of practice that shows how far behind Nintendo is with the rest of the world. While other companies are pay... #1.1.7
117d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Actually it will be the opposite. More companies will pay for let's plays and other content using it as marketing tool. The Nintendo policy is backward. It goes against what companies (even outside the games industry) have been doing for some time now. User driven content is big and advertisement is increasingly becoming more "hidden" (sponsered posts...). You can be restrictive and monetise that. Like other forms of adverts companies pay for it and get coverage as the return. I... #2
117d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Which is why I think we can safely say this won't happen. Rockstar doesn't nor needs to until games at E3. They are likely to have a closed door demo if they have already announced something but that is it #4.1
117d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Good bye. Thanks for the bubble #50
117d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Not even that. They acknowledge a potential reason in the article. It might be 1080p but it needs more evidence to suggest a rumour (especially when a sound counterpoint is made within the article) #1.1.2
117d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
You have not really written about how Angry Joe got us. Angry Joe is right on the money about this situation. Nintendo is going against the grain while other publishers are fostering it. With how YouTube has exploded and how entertainment and gaming have come together in an online form it is backward to go against that. Nintendo may have a right to do what it does but it doesn't make any sense and shows a lack of awareness when it comes to the industry. Let's plays are a big part of g... #1.3.1
118d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
It isn't very consumer friendly though. While other publishers are progressive by encouraging such ventures Nintendo is the opposite. Nintendo need to get with the times #1.1.8
118d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Funnily enough I bought BF4 over Hardline. Hardline looked poor and BF4 premium wasn't that expensive. It was a no brainer which one to get #10
119d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
This is a whole lot of nothing. All he is saying is only yes if Microsoft can prove it. They haven't and they have gone dark on the concept. The guy is speculating based upon the idea that Microsoft release some tools for his idea to work. Again a whole lot of nothing has been said #4
119d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
This is a whole lot of nothing. All he is saying is only yes if Microsoft can prove it. They haven't and they have gone dark on the concept. The guy is speculating based upon the idea that Microsoft release some tools for his idea to work. Again a whole lot of nothing has been said. #
119d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
This seems oddly aggressive for such a slow point in the year. I would have imagine this type of deal in September #4
120d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Well there is very little critique compared to the tremendous amount of crap. No one really asks the big questions in interviews (pander pieces instead of hard questions; it took how many years for someone to nail into Peter Molyneux), paid content is presented as normal content (except for some websites that put a tiny exclaimer saying such things which took a big incident for those websites to change their policy) which leads readers to question what they are reading, some of the big names... #4
120d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Isn't this why renting/ a subscription model is a good way to go with streaming games. Onlive was flawed when part of their business model required buying a box in order for it to work. What Sony is doing makes a lot of sense as they have said their game plan for Now is for it to appear on as many devices as possible (Netflix style) without buying anything extra.

I think it does highlight the dangers of streaming/ cloud based games but at the same time it also highlights... #3
120d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
For the patents. Online is dead in the water but it will still have useful stuff which Sony could merge with their Now side of gaming. Google and other big companies do this all the time. #12.2
120d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
Apart from shifting the focus away from Kinect, he hasn't done a lot that wasn't all ready in place. He has made himself more likable be he hasn't done a lot yet (still early days as big and important changes take years to rewlise). #20
122d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
You may not see it as a problem but I have seen children as young as 7 play "GTA" in the playground. It is a issue of neglect (which is a serious issue) introducing children as young as this to such content (sexual and violent). Doing this type of thing really does screw with young children. Hence the advisory age in the first place. I welcome the news since it will make the parents aware how much damage they could do to their child (socially) and how a game isn't suitable for... #2.1.2
125d ago by iamnsuperman | View comment
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