Well, That Didn't Take Long

#21Tom_Green_IIPosted 1/8/2013 10:14:27 PM
List of third party games appears on the internet showing very little support for the Wii U:

"Wii U is a new system! You have to give companies time to make games/ports! This isn't a problem!"



Loads of shovelware appear for the Wii U:

"Well.... they're on all the other systems too! Companies that make these games want as big of an audience as possible! This isn't a problem!"


The logic on this board can be astounding sometimes....
#22AhnoldDoodPosted 1/8/2013 10:16:34 PM
Tom_Green_II posted...
Nonsensical jargon.


You mean that fake logic that you made up?

Companies that make these games want as big of an audience as possible! This isn't a problem!


Who in the crap said this? Hey, kid, if you want to make an idiotic comment, please, just make SOME sense.
#23GLDanzegoPosted 1/8/2013 10:16:51 PM
Sailor Goon posted...
If it follows the same trend as the Wii with pumping out endless shovelware, I'm selling my Wii U. The sad thing is, it'll still sell millions because suckers will still buy the garbage.


Why wait? Just sell it now. It's not like you do much more than complain about it anyway.
#24Wiiplayer111Posted 1/8/2013 10:17:10 PM
Remember when shovelware stole your money and forced itself on you?
Remember when shovelware stopped other games from coming out?
Remember when shovelware made your experience with games you already own worse just by existing?
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#25DiscostewSMPosted 1/8/2013 10:20:28 PM
Didn't the PS2 have the most shovelware during that generation? If anything, shovelware indicates which system is the mot popular.
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#26Nintendological(Topic Creator)Posted 1/8/2013 10:32:11 PM
DiscostewSM posted...
Didn't the PS2 have the most shovelware during that generation? If anything, shovelware indicates which system is the mot popular.


There were quite a few crappy cash in games on the PS2. But there was also an even larger library of amazing games and exclusives. The presence of crappy games is not the major issue. Every system will have some game that barely passes the bar for being a "game". The issue is that the astounding number of crappy games on this console is problematic given the fact that

A) the console has very few games to begin with

B) the ratio of crappy games to good games is unreasonably high for this early on in the system's life.
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#27CrystalKing5426Posted 1/8/2013 10:43:03 PM
DiscostewSM posted...
Didn't the PS2 have the most shovelware during that generation? If anything, shovelware indicates which system is the mot popular.


The PS2 holds the all time record for shovelware on a console (yes, even trumping Wii and NES). That didn't stop it from being a great console, though.
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#28MotiJrPosted 1/8/2013 10:57:46 PM
Ok, I get Wipeout and family party as shovelware but the others are just games. You people need to get some fresh air and help.
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#29kobalobasileusPosted 1/8/2013 11:00:56 PM
Multiplatform shovelware is multiplatform.
#30Nintendological(Topic Creator)Posted 1/9/2013 1:29:23 AM
kobalobasileus posted...
Multiplatform shovelware is multiplatform.


Sing Party is a Wii U exclusive. Family Party: 30 Great Games is a Wii U exclusive. The rest are indeed multiplatform. Unfortunately, nothing else exciting has come out for the Wii U. Meanwhile, other platforms enjoyed Street Figher x Mega Man, Far Cry 3, The Walking Dead, Planetside 2, Halo 4 etc.
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