Nintendo Fights Back WITH Tesco

#41GDoobahPosted 9/28/2013 7:52:43 AM
cool.
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#42jackorhoadsPosted 9/28/2013 7:55:27 AM
theCheat_17 posted...
Nintendo really need to do something otherwise they MAY go the way of Sega


Nintendo are one of the richest companies in Asia. Despite lackluster Wiiu sales Nintendo still turned a prophet this year (thanks to the 3DS) so they'll be fine.
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#43BeanBeanKingdomPosted 9/28/2013 7:57:43 AM
jackorhoads posted...
theCheat_17 posted...
Nintendo really need to do something otherwise they MAY go the way of Sega


Nintendo are one of the richest companies in Asia. Despite lackluster Wiiu sales Nintendo still turned a prophet this year (thanks to the 3DS) so they'll be fine.


Nintendo is giving out prophets? Surely they don't deserve this fate.
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#44Maverick_ReznorPosted 9/28/2013 8:28:03 AM
Panner posted...
AstralFrost posted...
Panner posted...
Renting out spaces is the best possible way for Nintendo to show that the WiiU is a new console.
If they have they have 2 or 3 demo units WITH Nintendo reps there, they can show shoppers the difference.
Now that Nintendo have the new ad agency on board, maybe we will start to see more and better commercials on TV too.


Well, you know they're getting desperate with the console when they need to pay and beg stores to keep it in stock this early in its lifespan. Its really going to be the breaking point once the PS4 and XB1 arrive.


So you'd rather them stand aside with their hands in their pockets and do nothing.
You'd probably like that, so you could criticize that too.


he's just scared. Sony is on the verge of leaving the gaming business.
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#45CasualGamersPosted 9/28/2013 8:36:15 AM
wingo84 posted...
AstralFrost posted...
Panner posted...
Renting out spaces is the best possible way for Nintendo to show that the WiiU is a new console.
If they have they have 2 or 3 demo units WITH Nintendo reps there, they can show shoppers the difference.
Now that Nintendo have the new ad agency on board, maybe we will start to see more and better commercials on TV too.


Well, you know they're getting desperate with the console when they need to pay and beg stores to keep it in stock this early in its lifespan. Its really going to be the breaking point once the PS4 and XB1 arrive.


Desperate? When they advertise? Do you have any clue on how businesses work? If they have the marketing to blow on this then why not? Tesco is the biggest supermarket chain in the UK with over 30% of the entire market share, it's just a clever thing to do that should have been done last year.


I like Sainsbury more than tesco. to you yanks, Tesco is kind of like cvs or walgreens in the us minus the pharmacy, and they own fresh and easy, which is tanking hard.
#46GLDanzegoPosted 9/28/2013 10:09:19 AM
This is nothing new. When you walk into, say, Gamestop and there is a four foot section of all ubisoft games on the wall or a two for end cap of EA games, that space is being paid for by the publisher.

It's just a typical case of a bunch of introverted, basement dwelling trolls who don't know any better acting as if Nintendo are doomed because they do it, too. Dramatic manchildren, the lot of them.