C/D The Wii U would be selling a lot better if it had Ni No Kuni instead of PS3

#11ShadowSkill11Posted 3/11/2013 6:48:25 AM
Oh look, another topic begging for games that were never announced for WiiU.
#12The_King82Posted 3/11/2013 8:17:14 AM
Fusion916 posted...
Wii U couldn't handle ni no kuni

#13Inferno_21Posted 3/14/2013 12:21:57 PM
If anything I just wish it would get ported over so Wii U owners could play this game. I am in the middle of the game and its a breathe of fresh air from all the sequels released year after year, something new.
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#14mashuPosted 3/14/2013 12:27:55 PM
I'm not sure NNK would be that huge a selling point for the Wii U. It would certainly help, but, another million consoles? Another 2? Not so sure. Hundreds of thousands, yes.

That said, I'd be one of them. I'd own a Wii U now if NNK had been exclusive on it and was out now.
#15Darth_ElusivePosted 3/14/2013 12:32:18 PM
iKhanic posted...

I'd have bought a Wii U in a heartbeat if Ni No Kuni was exclusive to it.

I would trade NNK for Fatal Frame franchise on the PS3. I think FF would sell relatively better on PS3, and I have no problem for it also being on the Wii or Wii U.
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#16SegavsCapcomPosted 3/14/2013 12:59:57 PM

Ni No Kuni is a RPG. Most RPGs are niche titles.
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#17SlimeSwayzePosted 3/14/2013 1:14:24 PM
If you consider ten thousand more units to be "a lot", then maybe. Right now, more than anything, it's the price that's keeping the sales low.
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#18_Sovereign_Posted 3/14/2013 4:06:45 PM
NNK would've been great on Wii U, but it's one of those games that won't break any records. Plus, on PS3, it's great....on Wii U however, it's "kiddy". ( Obviously not my opinion, just troll responses)
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