Nintendo should of released another system in beast mode

#1JackTheRimmerPosted 2/16/2013 3:08:22 PM
Come on Nintendo what happened ? A PC gamer in 1996 could only of dreamed of running a game like Mario 64. Its technically not too late. There are not many Wii U systems out there.

Stop sales / production and relaunch in 2014.Take the hit on existing Wii U systems and let the early adopters trade in for the new system.This would be best for everybody in the long run.
#2HELZEROPosted 2/16/2013 3:09:45 PM
No bruh too many babies like 2d mario bruh.

But ya I agree.
#3YoyokuKOPosted 2/16/2013 3:10:04 PM
since when do you know whats best for the people?
#4Enigma149Posted 2/16/2013 3:13:57 PM
The GameCube happened.

It had everything you wanted - it was a powerhouse (relatively speaking), had a fantastic launch lineup (including a Smash Bros. game), and only cost $199.

And nobody bought it.

After that, Nintendo adopted a "blue ocean" strategy with the Wii. The Wii had motion control - something that was, at the time, extremely rare. It did not have nearly as powerful specs, and the only notable launch games (for that matter, the only notable game until Super Mario Galaxy) were a GameCube port and pack-in tech demo.

And it sold like hotcakes.
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#5ElGadoPosted 2/16/2013 3:16:51 PM
Enigma149 posted...
The GameCube happened.

It had everything you wanted - it was a powerhouse (relatively speaking), had a fantastic launch lineup (including a Smash Bros. game), and only cost $199.

And nobody bought it.

After that, Nintendo adopted a "blue ocean" strategy with the Wii. The Wii had motion control - something that was, at the time, extremely rare. It did not have nearly as powerful specs, and the only notable launch games (for that matter, the only notable game until Super Mario Galaxy) were a GameCube port and pack-in tech demo.

And it sold like hotcakes.


Yeah, but that was a one time deal. That strategy doesn't work right now. Plus the potential of the motion controls were never realized.

Nintendo is probably looking at it in the perspective of they tried for power and that didn't work and currently they tried gimmicks like their predecessor (the Wii) and that isn't working out. So they are in a catch 22 situation which is making it hard for them to understand that gimmicks wont work, but they are probably scared to go the power route.
#6Beatperson14Posted 2/16/2013 3:17:46 PM
Should have man! Agreed though
#7DTY3Posted 2/16/2013 3:19:56 PM
Nintendo should of released another system in beast mode


...wut.
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#8mini_blightPosted 2/16/2013 3:22:47 PM
JackTheRimmer posted...
Come on Nintendo what happened ? A PC gamer in 1996 could only of dreamed of running a game like Mario 64. Its technically not too late. There are not many Wii U systems out there.

Stop sales / production and relaunch in 2014.Take the hit on existing Wii U systems and let the early adopters trade in for the new system.This would be best for everybody in the long run.


Stop trying to make "beast mode" happen.

lmao @ you all trying to convince Nintendo to cease production of the Wii U.

Meanwhile, the Vita bombs for over a year and not a single one of you has demanded Sony to kill it. Funny that.
#9diggyfreshPosted 2/16/2013 3:27:16 PM
bro, this is for babies, babies bro. bro. bro babies.
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#10mjc0961Posted 2/16/2013 3:45:16 PM
Enigma149 posted...
It had everything you wanted - it was a powerhouse (relatively speaking), had a fantastic launch lineup (including a Smash Bros. game),


Smash Bros wasn't a launch title and they hadn't invented that BS "launch window" term yet.

GameCube did not launch with a Smash Bros game, get over it.
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