hmmm probably because whenever theres a wii u article nintendo fans always gets trolled by S ony and or microsoft fanboys nintendo fans are the most dedicated fans well im looking forward to the wii u so i dont care what any fanboy thinks plus N4G isn't even a famous gaming website so what do you think
yes finally no sony fanboys
its ok to me but i dont like how its centered around "build your meter kill with supers":(
i think it should be used for like (in mario galaxys case) collecting far away starbits but i highly doubt itll be like SMG so in that case use it a little but not to much because thats wut i loved about galaxy i felt very comfortable with very few motion controllers
shut up......douche bag
clearly some stupid sony and or microsoft fanboy because if u were nintendo a fan u would have known about customize your space
hmmm.. cool i may get that
wow im glad nintendos getting the good version because they get left out alout by devs this days
indeed FT is awsome
sooooooo is it ok if i take his place or.........
yes hell yeah they should buy rare back heck they should buy rare back just for banjo........think about banjo...on smash bros........
and there were nintendo shines software and cheaper nintendos got next gens win
you r so right
well i think nintendo and microsoft win heres why nobody really knows how powerful the ps4 and 720 will be do we? but lets say the ps4 is leaps and bounds more powerful than the wii u and 720......well developers probably wont just make games for a system that overpowered so they might just make them for the wii u and 720 plus as we all know sony is greedy last gen they tried to release the ps3 at 600 dollars so if the ps4 is leaps and and bounds more powerful it will also be leaps and bo...
yeah sony fans
well u see.....they did change the GP a little bit
i plan on getting the wii u version they have nintendo costumes and tekken ball is back:)
no one cares about gaystation allstars SSB ALL DAY
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