Miyamoto: Online is most exciting thing in games right now

#61Bishop9800Posted 3/12/2013 7:28:53 AM
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Nintendo had internet services before either sony or microsoft made consoles lol

And they failed miserably at progressing it. Remember that online capably Game Cube?


Nintendo had online way before the GameCube. They had it for Nes, Snes, and N64.


And they failed miserably to progress it.



How did they fail? It was a hugh hit in Japan. Just because it wasnt here in the states, doesn't mean it failed.
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#62JackalPosted 3/12/2013 7:37:16 AM
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DeathSoul2000 posted...
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Nintendo had internet services before either sony or microsoft made consoles lol

And they failed miserably at progressing it. Remember that online capably Game Cube?


Nintendo had online way before the GameCube. They had it for Nes, Snes, and N64.


in japan.


So?..... The point is that they did online way before the GameCube and Sony. It doesn't matter where it was.

They dropped the ball with online gaming.

They had a chance to get back into it alongside of the PS2 and Xbox and they chose to not support it. Now they are behind their competitors. Why are you all trying to ignore that simple fact? Same with HD gaming. Third parties learned how to do it on the competitors systems. Nintendo is just learning how to do it which is part of their struggle to get new games out. Same with disc based gaming. Same with hardware. Nintendo is behind on a lot of things.

Just because you did it first doesn't mean that you've done it best.
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#63Bishop9800Posted 3/12/2013 7:37:31 AM
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it completely matters for the simple fact that duhhh - ANYONE WHO WASN'T IN JAPAN DIDN'T EVEN KNOW ABOUT IT SO IT DOES NOT COUNT.


I wasn't in Japan, and I knew about it. I had some friends that knew about it from Gamepro, EGM, and others. Just because YOU didn't know, doesn't mean it dont count.
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#64Bishop9800Posted 3/12/2013 7:50:17 AM
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They dropped the ball with online gaming.

They had a chance to get back into it alongside of the PS2 and Xbox and they chose to not support it. Now they are behind their competitors. Why are you all trying to ignore that simple fact? Same with HD gaming. Third parties learned how to do it on the competitors systems. Nintendo is just learning how to do it which is part of their struggle to get new games out. Same with disc based gaming. Same with hardware. Nintendo is behind on a lot of things. i

Just because you did it first doesn't mean that you've done it best.


First of all, Nintendo had disk based gaming for the Snes harddrive. Second, you forget, Nintendo doesn't have to "follow" their competitors. They make their own way and companies follows them. But I understand you. You look for systems that have bells and whistles. I play systems for fun.
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#65SamStone22Posted 3/12/2013 7:53:16 AM
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#66JackalPosted 3/12/2013 7:57:37 AM
Bishop9800 posted...
DeathSoul2000 posted...

it completely matters for the simple fact that duhhh - ANYONE WHO WASN'T IN JAPAN DIDN'T EVEN KNOW ABOUT IT SO IT DOES NOT COUNT.


I wasn't in Japan, and I knew about it. I had some friends that knew about it from Gamepro, EGM, and others. Just because YOU didn't know, doesn't mean it dont count.

It wasn't widely available to the rest of the world and most people only may have read an article on it.
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#67JackalPosted 3/12/2013 8:07:00 AM
Bishop9800 posted...
Jackal posted...


They dropped the ball with online gaming.

They had a chance to get back into it alongside of the PS2 and Xbox and they chose to not support it. Now they are behind their competitors. Why are you all trying to ignore that simple fact? Same with HD gaming. Third parties learned how to do it on the competitors systems. Nintendo is just learning how to do it which is part of their struggle to get new games out. Same with disc based gaming. Same with hardware. Nintendo is behind on a lot of things. i

Just because you did it first doesn't mean that you've done it best.


First of all, Nintendo had disk based gaming for the Snes harddrive. Second, you forget, Nintendo doesn't have to "follow" their competitors. They make their own way and companies follows them. But I understand you. You look for systems that have bells and whistles. I play systems for fun.


No. The problem is Nintendo IS following their competition. Literally. And you are right, I do like my bells and whistles but I also play games on which ever system that game may be on. Why else would I have bought a Wii? And an import model at that! I sure didn't buy it for motion controls. I bought it for Monster Hunter Tri.

You can buy that line of crap about them not competing with Sony and MS because crap is just what that statement is. As long as they are selling video game consoles they ARE competing with anyone else doing the same. How can any of you actually believe that they aren't?
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#68Bishop9800Posted 3/12/2013 8:08:53 AM
Jackal posted...
Bishop9800 posted...
DeathSoul2000 posted...

it completely matters for the simple fact that duhhh - ANYONE WHO WASN'T IN JAPAN DIDN'T EVEN KNOW ABOUT IT SO IT DOES NOT COUNT.


I wasn't in Japan, and I knew about it. I had some friends that knew about it from Gamepro, EGM, and others. Just because YOU didn't know, doesn't mean it dont count.

It wasn't widely available to the rest of the world and most people only may have read an article on it.


The UK had it. So did Europe, and I want to say Canada also. (dont quote me on that one.) The reason why we didnt get it was because of FCC rules.
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#69CapnStankyPosted 3/12/2013 8:11:09 AM
Welcome to 10 years ago, Nintendo. Except Sony and Microsoft were doing online gaming better 10 years ago than Nintendo is doing today. Such an inept company.
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#70berenddebeerPosted 3/12/2013 8:18:28 AM
CapnStanky posted...
Welcome to 10 years ago, Nintendo. Except Sony and Microsoft were doing online gaming better 10 years ago than Nintendo is doing today. Such an inept company.


And they still suck at it