EX-Fans/Wiiu Future and more.

#1QlJGamerPosted 5/16/2013 6:36:34 PM(edited)
Is it me or does Nintendo have the larger number of ex-fans. How many times have you heard the following "I love Nintendo, I grow up with Nintendo Blah Blah Blah" Then they go on to say why Nintendo going to fail and Wii U is going to be discontinued. As a real Fan of Nintendo I sick of all the disappointment. Not from Nintendo but from their so-called fans all of these converted xbox and PS fanboys. Need to seriously let Nintendo go. Nintendo is the SAME company it was 20 years ago. No Nintendo doesn't need to "grow-up" or be with the times. I say let Nintendo be Nintendo and if you don't like it, you know where the door is.

Nintendo has HIT success with being vastly different and costing trends. Gimmicks are keeping Nintendo afloat. Why haven't people gotten it yet? Nintendo be doing gimmicks on their hardware since the beginning! But instead of doing the same gimmick of "Graphics" Nintendo is changing the gameplay. Say what you want about the Wii, but it ushered in a lot of new gamers. We have fitness games now and dance games.

Things I want to see with the U. New genres to hit consoles like more stragetgy games and MMOs. I want the U to get andriod/IOS games also. The U needs to enter every field of gaming. Casual space, PC games and mobile games. And the system is more than capable of doing this. People act like this is Nintendo first rodeo? The U is just enough powerful enough to destroy the PlayStation 4 & NextBox.

This Generation will be the first I will am plan on going one system (this can change). But now that I am 19 and buying my own games and systems I dont see myself buying another console. But getting all the best games on one system (U).
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#2Warmonger222Posted 5/16/2013 6:35:17 PM
I agree
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#3NovaLevossidaPosted 5/16/2013 6:40:51 PM
But getting all the best games on one system (U).

The new systems will be overpowered compared to the Wii U and those games won't be able to be easily ported to the Wii U because of the power difference, and ultimately the consumer wouldn't have a real justification to buy the inferior versions unless he only owned the Wii U. At best, the Wii U might get some future 360 / PS3 titles released while the new systems take over, like how a lot of games on the Wii were PS2 games while the 360 / PS3 got vastly different products.

The only real reason to own a Nintendo system any more is first party games. There was a time when that was not the case, but that ship sailed decades ago. Not to mention that all these third parties basically said they're not developing for the Wii U also reinforced that fact. So long as the best games you want are first party titles, the Wii U is the proper choice. Otherwise, slim pickings...
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#4lp913Posted 5/16/2013 6:46:55 PM(edited)
QlJGamer posted...
Is it me or does Nintendo have the larger number of ex-fans. How many times have you heard the following "I love Nintendo, I grow up with Nintendo Blah Blah Blah" Then they go on to say why Nintendo going to fail and Wii U is going to be discontinued. As a real Fan of Nintendo I sick of all the disappointment. Not from Nintendo but from their so-called fans all of these converted xbox and PS fanboys. Need to seriously let Nintendo go. Nintendo is the SAME company it was 20 years ago. No Nintendo doesn't need to "grow-up" or be with the times. I say let Nintendo be Nintendo and if you don't like it, you know where the door is.

Nintendo has HIT success with being vastly different and costing trends. Gimmicks are keeping Nintendo afloat. Why haven't people gotten it yet? Nintendo be doing gimmicks on their hardware since the beginning! But instead of doing the same gimmick of "Graphics" Nintendo is changing the gameplay. Say what you want about the Wii, but it ushered in a lot of new gamers. We have fitness games now and dance games.

Things I want to see with the U. New genres to hit consoles like more stragetgy games and MMOs. I want the U to get andriod/IOS games also. The U needs to enter every field of gaming. Casual space, PC games and mobile games. And the system is more than capable of doing this. People act like this is Nintendo first rodeo? The U is just enough powerful enough to destroy the PlayStation 4 & NextBox.

This Generation will be the first I will am plan on going one system (this can change). But now that I am 19 and buying my own games and systems I dont see myself buying another console. But getting all the best games on one system (U).


*claps* I've been meaning to say that myself, TC. Nice to know and see who the REAL Nintendo fans are. All the pessimists are severely underestimating the selling power of Nintendo first party games plus the realization of how many people out here are actually willing to buy PS4/720 with their own upcoming and glaring flaws that will be present come launch......... For the rest of the losers who come here with no real purpose, what's that old N64 slogan? Ah yes, I remember now: "Get "N" or get OUT!!!!!" XD
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#5QlJGamer(Topic Creator)Posted 5/16/2013 6:48:09 PM
NovaLevossida posted...
But getting all the best games on one system (U).

The new systems will be overpowered compared to the Wii U and those games won't be able to be easily ported to the Wii U because of the power difference, and ultimately the consumer wouldn't have a real justification to buy the inferior versions unless he only owned the Wii U. At best, the Wii U might get some future 360 / PS3 titles released while the new systems take over, like how a lot of games on the Wii were PS2 games while the 360 / PS3 got vastly different products.

The only real reason to own a Nintendo system any more is first party games. There was a time when that was not the case, but that ship sailed decades ago. Not to mention that all these third parties basically said they're not developing for the Wii U also reinforced that fact. So long as the best games you want are first party titles, the Wii U is the proper choice. Otherwise, slim pickings...


When I say the best games. I mean getting all of the good games on the U. instead spending money on a second console. I could care less if the U version of a multi-plats is worse than another system because at the end of the day, its neither a good game or a bad game. I do not need the best version of a game if I did i would of went PC route a long time ago. I understand that the PS4 and Xbox 720 (I wish there was official name already) are suppose to be more powerful systems, But that doesn't always guarantee the best version of a game. hence the PS3 and 360 version of games.
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#6cjsdowgPosted 5/16/2013 7:47:47 PM
Don't blame the Fan blame Nintendo. They put out a system which best games are ports from current gen games, their Mario games looks like it can be played on the Gamecube. Most Nintendo fans have put up with a lot of stuff.
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#7CosmBPosted 5/16/2013 7:49:18 PM
Don't confuse fans with fanboys.
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#8xChaosLordxPosted 5/16/2013 7:50:26 PM
cjsdowg posted...
Don't blame the Fan blame Nintendo. They put out a system which best games are ports from current gen games, their Mario games looks like it can be played on the Gamecube. Most Nintendo fans have put up with a lot of stuff.


Not to mention sub 60FPS drops in a game that looks like it can run on the gamecube. No excuse why NSMBU shouldn't be pegged at 60FPS 100% of the time. Oh, wait! 1.24ghz tri-core pwnage!!
#9NovaLevossidaPosted 5/16/2013 7:52:51 PM
QlJGamer posted...
NovaLevossida posted...
But getting all the best games on one system (U).

The new systems will be overpowered compared to the Wii U and those games won't be able to be easily ported to the Wii U because of the power difference, and ultimately the consumer wouldn't have a real justification to buy the inferior versions unless he only owned the Wii U. At best, the Wii U might get some future 360 / PS3 titles released while the new systems take over, like how a lot of games on the Wii were PS2 games while the 360 / PS3 got vastly different products.

The only real reason to own a Nintendo system any more is first party games. There was a time when that was not the case, but that ship sailed decades ago. Not to mention that all these third parties basically said they're not developing for the Wii U also reinforced that fact. So long as the best games you want are first party titles, the Wii U is the proper choice. Otherwise, slim pickings...


When I say the best games. I mean getting all of the good games on the U. instead spending money on a second console. I could care less if the U version of a multi-plats is worse than another system because at the end of the day, its neither a good game or a bad game. I do not need the best version of a game if I did i would of went PC route a long time ago. I understand that the PS4 and Xbox 720 (I wish there was official name already) are suppose to be more powerful systems, But that doesn't always guarantee the best version of a game. hence the PS3 and 360 version of games.


I'm saying you're not even going to get ports after the PS3 and 360 die down.
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#10gameG3ni3Posted 5/16/2013 7:53:06 PM
NovaLevossida posted...
But getting all the best games on one system (U).

The new systems will be overpowered compared to the Wii U and those games won't be able to be easily ported to the Wii U because of the power difference, and ultimately the consumer wouldn't have a real justification to buy the inferior versions unless he only owned the Wii U. At best, the Wii U might get some future 360 / PS3 titles released while the new systems take over, like how a lot of games on the Wii were PS2 games while the 360 / PS3 got vastly different products.

The only real reason to own a Nintendo system any more is first party games. There was a time when that was not the case, but that ship sailed decades ago. Not to mention that all these third parties basically said they're not developing for the Wii U also reinforced that fact. So long as the best games you want are first party titles, the Wii U is the proper choice. Otherwise, slim pickings...


Powerful games =\= good games
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