Fellow Nintendo Faithful: Will you pledge not to buy Rayman Legends?

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3 years ago#1
As you may be aware, the release of Rayman Legends draws near. Like many of you, I was attracted to its beautiful art and the promise of classic 2D platforming. However, we must not forget the betrayal that this video game Benedict Arnold represents; like Rare before it (may that accursed name never again escape my lips), its avaricious whore of a publisher, Ubisoft, stabbed Nintendo and the Nintendo Faithful in the back by consorting with the enemy in the name of greed. So when Rayman Legends drops in little over a month's time, I ask all True and Loyal Nintendo soldiers to boycott this game and help relegate it to the infamy that it deserves. Thank you.
3 years ago#2
Buy games. Enjoy playing.

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3 years ago#3
1. Rare going to Microsoft was partially Nintendo's decision.

2. Rayman going multiplat is a money thing, not a loyalty thing. Ubisoft is a business, and between businesses, money talks louder than loyalty.
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3 years ago#4
nope game is fantastic,
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3 years ago#5
abigexplosion posted...
1. Rare going to Microsoft was partially Nintendo's decision.

2. Rayman going multiplat is a money thing, not a loyalty thing. Ubisoft is a business, and between businesses, money talks louder than loyalty.


I do believe I acknowledged that the betrayal of Rayman Legends was a decision driven by greed. However, it is a betrayal all the same. Ubisoft got their 30 pieces of silver. Let's not give them any more.
3 years ago#6
I'd rather buy it on my WiiU other than my 360 or PS3 to support one of the few good third party games on the console!
3 years ago#7
You're mad because now the game gets more exposure? How exactly does that affect your enjoyment of the game?
3 years ago#8
wraith-squad66 posted...
abigexplosion posted...
1. Rare going to Microsoft was partially Nintendo's decision.

2. Rayman going multiplat is a money thing, not a loyalty thing. Ubisoft is a business, and between businesses, money talks louder than loyalty.


I do believe I acknowledged that the betrayal of Rayman Legends was a decision driven by greed. However, it is a betrayal all the same. Ubisoft got their 30 pieces of silver. Let's not give them any more.


It's not a betrayal, stop acting like a high school cheerleader who wasn't picked as prom queen.
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3 years ago#9
Given that I have no interest in the game and was not going to buy it anyway... Sure, why not?
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3 years ago#10
Right, lets not buy a game that was originally an exclusive but became multiplatform after Ubisoft had concerns about it not selling on the Wii U.

That'll show them!!..... That they were right
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