Reasons why I love the Wii U already

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Karmic Dragon2003 5 years ago#1
1: Neat, slick design
2: Innovative, good to see Nintendo bringing something new to the market once again
3: Good online
4: Really impressive graphics and CPU capabilities
5: Great third-party support
6: Still focusing on a great local multiplayer experience
7: Zelda, Mario, Metroid, Pikmin, Pokemon, and so forth
8: Looks to be very affordable
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SoaringDive
5 years ago#2
Reasons why I love the Wii U already:

1. SUPER SMAAAAASH BROTHEEERRRRRRSS!!!
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User Info: Sailor Goon

Sailor Goon
5 years ago#3
1: Neat, slick design
2: Innovative, good to see Nintendo bringing something new to the market once again
3: Good online
4: Really impressive graphics and CPU capabilities
5: Great third-party support
6: Still focusing on a great local multiplayer experience
7: Zelda, Mario, Metroid, Pikmin, Pokemon, and so forth
8: Looks to be very affordable


1. Its the exact same design as the Wii, just with rounded corners.
2. Where exactly is the innovation? Adding a touch screen?
3. Since it previously had NO online, any online would be good online.
4. No graphics have been shown, and CPU specs havent been released.
5. Where?
6. How? By only letting you use one tablet controller?
7. Please let these franchises die. Nintendo needs some originality.
8. Again, a price hasnt been announced.
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Karmic Dragon2003 5 years ago#4
Please let these franchises die. Nintendo needs some originality.

I laughed. Yes. let the only games that are actually worth playing these days die.

Either you're not a gamer or you're a very jaded gamer who wants a new CoD game every 3 months.
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Sailor Goon
5 years ago#5
yeah so sorry that I dont want to play the 25th version of Mario and Zelda. God forbid that we actually got some original games.
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LHS_2012
5 years ago#6
Sorry TC, we should've warned you that the punishment for the criminal offense of being optimistic in these parts is someone jumping on your throat for no goddamn reason.
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CPUX
5 years ago#7
Sailor Goon posted...
1: Neat, slick design
2: Innovative, good to see Nintendo bringing something new to the market once again
3: Good online
4: Really impressive graphics and CPU capabilities
5: Great third-party support
6: Still focusing on a great local multiplayer experience
7: Zelda, Mario, Metroid, Pikmin, Pokemon, and so forth
8: Looks to be very affordable


1. Its the exact same design as the Wii, just with rounded corners.
2. Where exactly is the innovation? Adding a touch screen?
3. Since it previously had NO online, any online would be good online.
4. No graphics have been shown, and CPU specs havent been released.
5. Where?
6. How? By only letting you use one tablet controller?
7. Please let these franchises die. Nintendo needs some originality.
8. Again, a price hasnt been announced.


1. q.q it's his preference
2. Never have to stop a game ever game when someone comes in to watch T.V.. Extra screen makes meanial tasks not obscure the screen - 2 universal gaming problems
3. Wii had online
4. It's made by AMD, it'll be fine
5. I'll give that one to you
6. It's a new way of playing multiplayer, actually try it
7. Oh like that'll happen
8. $300-$350 price range (At least more than 20,000 yen = 250$)

Stop bashin the dudes opinions.
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scooterstew71
5 years ago#8
1....design been done to death
2....yes ok...but its gonna be shovelware city...
3....bout time
....bout time
4....bout time
5...maybe still speculation....
6...i cant wait...more games re done yet again.....
7...yes affordable....but compared too what? feeding a family in a thirld world country for a year?

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1shadetail1
5 years ago#9
[1. Its the exact same design as the Wii, just with rounded corners.
2. Where exactly is the innovation? Adding a touch screen?
3. Since it previously had NO online, any online would be good online.
4. No graphics have been shown, and CPU specs havent been released.
5. Where?
6. How? By only letting you use one tablet controller?
7. Please let these franchises die. Nintendo needs some originality.
8. Again, a price hasnt been announced.]



1. "It's exactly the same, but different." Uh, ok.
2. That'll do for a start. Name another console that has that. Not a hand-held, a console.
3. No on-line in what sense? Games could go over wifi, it could connect, download, and send messages. How much more do you want before you'll let this qualify?
4. Yes, graphics *have* been shown, and they're noticeably better than what the Wii can manage.
5. Did you bother to check the E3 reports?
6. Multi-player games, duh.
7. People like them, they make money. They'll be sticking around.
8. It's not to hard to make an educated guess, though. Knowing Nintendo, probably about US$300.
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AznED
5 years ago#10

From: Karmic Dragon2003 | #004
I laughed. Yes. let the only games that are actually worth playing these days die.

Either you're not a gamer or you're a very jaded gamer who wants a new CoD game every 3 months.


So does this mean you won't give any other third parties any chances? Plz don't say generic shooters, I've heard enough of that "argument," for it to NOT make a point. You sounded a bit pre-judgemental and automatically discriminated Goon. Maybe you're not the gamer. Nintendo needs more Pikmin, and less Mario.
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