Both in my eyes. Though in my opinion nobody has made a game more fun than smash bros., there are too many can't miss games on all sides for me so I win and so do the companies.
I respectfully disagree. I think a huge problem with our industry is that we want to attach the word gimmick to everything that strays away from tradition. Doing that alone is a good way to limit creativity altogether. Just because you can't see the ways we can improve the industry and change gameplay for the better, doesn't mean there isn't someone out there who can. And thanks to that mentality by a lot of vocal gamers that person probably won't ever have a chance to show it...
wow i want more wii u games as much as the next person but if you are already thinking about selling it then you should have probably taken more time to think about buying it in the first place. nintendo has already said those games are coming
i guess im the only one excited about finally having donkey kong country returns on the 3ds
agreed. the funny thing is i bet some of the people who go online bashing either secretly want to play the console they are bashing, or they already are. the ambiguity people have on the internet seems to bring out the worst in people
i have big hands and consider the gamepad to be the best fit for my hands. i played w a 360 controller yesterday and it scared me how weird it felt to have my fingers completely envelop the controller. though to each his/her own
what a sad one console world you live in. all of the consoles have great games, therefore as long as i have the money i will own them all. you notions of hardcore and casual are irrelevant to gamers (people who ENJOY games)
though to me nothing beats playing with others in the same room, the next smash will most likely have a solid online multiplayer unlike brawl which will make an amazing game much more amazing
i know miyamoto has already said he is working on a new ip. i will most likely buy it if it looks good. i know everyone complaining about not enough new ips better buy it cuz if they dont then they have no reason to wonder why nintendo plays conservatively
yeah reggie did say there were a few surprises at hand for the launch window so seeing as how a few companies have been teasing wii u titles we may see some of those tomorrow. i always take these with a grain of salt though
@crowtrobot im not arguing that nintendo isnt behind everything because they are, along with every other console maker. thats why those things on his list contribute to why you enjoy your wii u whether you realize it or not. im not against the other console makers because they all offer experiences that i dont want to miss out on. if nintendo tried to stay at the forefront of tech they would be wasting their time. they should stick to making fun experiences because that is what will keep them...
you didnt even refute half of his list
people in general are crazy. if you are surprised by that comment i have much worse on this site and others from all walks of life
because different experience equals downgrade
I'm assuming he was saying the online was better than the wii which would be absolutely true. Not sure about all the disagrees
please do this!
there is no such thing as an up to date system
if it was normal circumstances i would understand, but the wii u is literally HARD TO UNDERSTAND. they never did this with the wii because everyone could pick up and play the wii very easily. the upgrade from older consoles to new consoles is usually a no brainer but i have a tough time explaining this to other people. i haven't met anyone so far who was able to really get the picture without spending an hour playing the thing first and then deciding whether they like it or not. that bein...
yeah but unfortunately it doesnt work that way for everyone. i cant accomplish those same things you mentioned and i assume it is because of the thickness of my walls because i cant use it when i leave my living room so if they could increase the signal strength i would be very greatful
awesome. hopefully something to extend the range of gamepad as well.
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