Not even the Dreamcast had this much flack from developers

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2 years ago#51
kissdadookie posted...
Newbius posted...
pearl arowana posted...
at dreamcast have the power to compete with the competition

wii u is about ps3 and 360 level.. hence why most developer dnt bother to develop their games on it,... sad


The DreamCast was weaker then the PS2. It was not up to power with the other consoles so stop lieing.


The Dreamcast was at least a generational jump from the PS1 and N64, it was just underpowered compared to the PS2 but honestly not by much. It's not the same as comparing the Wii U to the PS420 where there is a generational gap between the hardware.


Such confidence without actually seeing what the PS420 will be capable of.
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2 years ago#52
I dont remember the DC getting much flack from developers. Devs more just quietly shunned the system in preference for the PS2
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2 years ago#53
AhnoldDood posted...
silverbullt posted...
AhnoldDood posted...
Hey, everybody! Lets just say things and have no proof of it!


Do you even have a Wii U lol?
After Buretsu, I wouldn't be surprised.


And what does owning the console have to do with what devs say?


its the same thing devs said about the Wii, big whoop, the system still managed a 100 million install base... Sony only wishes they could get there... which explains why they released that press statement yesterday that the PS4 will not be about performance, instead concentrate on how people play games (Sounds like Nintendo's formula)

If everyone keeps copying Nintendo, they must be doing something right.
2 years ago#54
The Dreamcast was, IIRC, fairly well received by devs, being easy to program for, powerful and innovative, with built-in online capabilities and such.
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2 years ago#55
GAMER_X_REVIVAL posted...
The current system also shows why capitalism fails. In capitalism, much like the current industry, genuine hard work is discouraged and people steal, lie and cheat and bribe their way to getting what they want, all while cutting more and more and more corners to get themselves more profit. Because there aren't enough legitimate rules in place, no oversight to make people play fair or do right by consumers. In fact we have the paid media dogs attacking consumers calling them entitled whiners for calling out the industrys wanton corruption and bull****.


Yes because socialism, marxism, and liberalism just works wonders... Meanwhile 200 million people have been murdered and billiions more have been trapped in bone crushing poverty.... yeah Marxism is grand isn't it??

excuse me while I'll take capitalism any day of the week and seven ways to Sunday because it is far better than anything Obama and the rest of the radical marxist have to offer.
2 years ago#56
From: Elem187 | #055
GAMER_X_REVIVAL posted...
The current system also shows why capitalism fails. In capitalism, much like the current industry, genuine hard work is discouraged and people steal, lie and cheat and bribe their way to getting what they want, all while cutting more and more and more corners to get themselves more profit. Because there aren't enough legitimate rules in place, no oversight to make people play fair or do right by consumers. In fact we have the paid media dogs attacking consumers calling them entitled whiners for calling out the industrys wanton corruption and bull****.


Yes because socialism, marxism, and liberalism just works wonders... Meanwhile 200 million people have been murdered and billiions more have been trapped in bone crushing poverty.... yeah Marxism is grand isn't it??

excuse me while I'll take capitalism any day of the week and seven ways to Sunday because it is far better than anything Obama and the rest of the radical marxist have to offer.


am i being trolled
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2 years ago#57
itsmeaustin posted...
From: Elem187 | #055
GAMER_X_REVIVAL posted...
The current system also shows why capitalism fails. In capitalism, much like the current industry, genuine hard work is discouraged and people steal, lie and cheat and bribe their way to getting what they want, all while cutting more and more and more corners to get themselves more profit. Because there aren't enough legitimate rules in place, no oversight to make people play fair or do right by consumers. In fact we have the paid media dogs attacking consumers calling them entitled whiners for calling out the industrys wanton corruption and bull****.


Yes because socialism, marxism, and liberalism just works wonders... Meanwhile 200 million people have been murdered and billiions more have been trapped in bone crushing poverty.... yeah Marxism is grand isn't it??

excuse me while I'll take capitalism any day of the week and seven ways to Sunday because it is far better than anything Obama and the rest of the radical marxist have to offer.


am i being trolled


no clue, but its funny to watch someone who plays games rant about capitalism being bad, when its that capitalism that he hates so bad that is responsible for the inventions of the video game and all the inventions that led up to that point, including, electricity and the TV, because without capitalism these things would have never been created without the desire. The evil greed he speaks of is what motivates people to do something great, like invent a video game console... Nobody does this sh*t as a charity, they expect to get paid for their hard work.
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