Which companies actually have a good relationship with Nintendo?

#1HungoverHero777Posted 2/13/2013 3:59:19 PM
Off the top of my head, I can name Sega (Wii got three exclusive Sonic games) and Square Enix, and possibly Capcom.

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#2TheBonfiniPosted 2/13/2013 4:04:31 PM
They all should get down on their bloody knees and thank Nintendo for providing them with the inspiration to even get into gaming in the first place. Nintendo saved the industry by implementing something as simple as QUALITY CONTROL.

Now the big boys have taken over and it's all run by the suits using graphs and trends to forecast dividends for shareholders.

It really does make me sick thinking how pervasive big business has interfered in every aspect of gaming.

Oh well... It is what it is.

Point is, they should ALL be amicable to Nintendo, at the very least.
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#3DarthFloatyPosted 2/13/2013 4:05:15 PM
Namco Bandi. Ubisoft (Rayman Legends is one thing compared to all the exclusives Wii/Wii U have gotten). Apparently Atlus (the cross over, a few exclusives). And yeah, Sega/Capcom/Square. I'd have to thing to come up with others.
#4TheGreatUnownPosted 2/13/2013 4:09:25 PM
TheBonfini posted...


Now the big boys have taken over and it's all run by the suits using graphs and trends to forecast dividends for shareholders.


You could easily say that about a lot of industries.
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#5TheBonfiniPosted 2/13/2013 4:12:39 PM
TheGreatUnown posted...
TheBonfini posted...


Now the big boys have taken over and it's all run by the suits using graphs and trends to forecast dividends for shareholders.


You could easily say that about a lot of industries.


Of course. Capitalism and all that stuff. I still don't have to like it as I watch it happen before my eyes. Just the number of development studios that have been bought and sold and absorbed is alarming.

Gaming keeps me interested because it is so unpredictable, though. Who knows when the next big thing will catch the world on fire.

I hope it isn't Candy Crush on Facebook.
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#6TsubakiMK0Posted 2/13/2013 4:23:21 PM
Ubisoft... unfortunately
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#7Zato InfinitePosted 2/13/2013 4:24:51 PM
Platinum
#8iKhanicPosted 2/13/2013 4:25:55 PM
Level-5, Namco-Bandai, Sega, Konami, Ubisoft

Because Nintendo has a near monopoly on the handheld market, they maintain pretty good relationships with a lot of publishers, although I'm assuming EA isn't one of them.
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#9DemonDog666Posted 2/13/2013 4:27:22 PM
TheBonfini posted...
They all should get down on their bloody knees and thank Nintendo for providing them with the inspiration to even get into gaming in the first place. Nintendo saved the industry by implementing something as simple as QUALITY CONTROL.

Now the big boys have taken over and it's all run by the suits using graphs and trends to forecast dividends for shareholders.

It really does make me sick thinking how pervasive big business has interfered in every aspect of gaming.

Oh well... It is what it is.

Point is, they should ALL be amicable to Nintendo, at the very least.


Meh you can't ruin your business for something a company did two decades ago.
#10manjiPosted 2/13/2013 4:38:53 PM
Capcom definitely. and Atlus. reason i say Atlus because they actually made Virtual Boy game and not many companies can say that. and now they're collaborating with nintendo on SMT X Fire Emblem.