Stephen Totilo writes: "EA finally gets the Wii, and not in a way that will excite hardcore gamers. Ghostbusters goes missing. PSP jumps. And more observations you can use at cocktail parties from today's June NPDs."
cayal's things to note: X-Box fanboys still think USA = world.
Gee, only old dads play Tiger Woods 10? What a load of crap. [sarcasm] I don't suppose the reason TW10 could be selling well on Wii is because it's an established IP that had a lot of effort put into its development this year, right? Nah, of course not! I mean, why would actually delivering the best golf sim yet created in a high profile series generate strong sales? [/sarcasm]
What the hell is this dude talking about? Tha's the dumbest line I've read today. Tiger is Casual all of a sudden because it proves a Third Prty game from an established series does very well on Wii? So now lets just deam it "casual". And lets be honest the way forum dwellers use the word casual is really just code for "retarded" the game was a good game on PS2 back in 05, but now not so much? Motion Plus has really given that franchise new life. I think this scares folks because if EA is finding success on the platform other publishers might want to invest in the platform as well. Guess what though folks, this was inevitable, the marketleader is who it is, cry over sour grapes if you want, it won't make a damn bit of difference. Keep talkin about casual and hardcore, keep telling yourself Wii has no games, whatever helps you sleep at night.
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