It seems that Nintendo is held to higher standards than the rest of the industry

#111WillWarePosted 1/15/2014 2:57:50 PM
What? Are you telling me people use double standards on a daily basis, no matter who those people are?

Say it ain't so!
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#112Maverick_Reznor(Topic Creator)Posted 1/15/2014 3:28:02 PM
lol why are half the posts in this topic attacking sqautch
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#113squatch22Posted 1/15/2014 4:06:49 PM
Maverick_Reznor posted...
lol why are half the posts in this topic attacking sqautch


Because I don't blindly hate Wii U. I don't praise it either but that doesn't matter to them.
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#114LiveshiptraderPosted 1/15/2014 4:31:04 PM
It's the opposite, Nintendo keeps certain aspects low or non-existant such as graphics and story to keep standards low.

Pokemon is the best example of this, innovation for the game is almost non-existent. The console pokemon games are nothing like the handheld, fans would love a 3d world exploring game on the big screen but Nintendo will never give it to them.
#115Maverick_Reznor(Topic Creator)Posted 1/15/2014 4:33:29 PM
Liveshiptrader posted...
It's the opposite, Nintendo keeps certain aspects low or non-existant such as graphics and story to keep standards low.

Pokemon is the best example of this, innovation for the game is almost non-existent. The console pokemon games are nothing like the handheld, fans would love a 3d world exploring game on the big screen but Nintendo will never give it to them.


pokemon x was a pretty big step for pokemon, and its gamefreak that doesn't want to do a hone.console version.
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#116XodarhisPosted 1/15/2014 5:35:07 PM
squatch22 posted...
Razzbberry posted...
"yeah sorry you don't really have accounts on Nintendo..."
THATS OKAY I'LL BUY MARIO BROS AGAIN ANYWAY HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Seriously though, the account thing is ridiculous.


Hows the account treating PS3 owners that wanna play their games on PS4?
Gotta pay a subscription to play the games now?

Razzbberry posted...
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA


Got both your accounts on this topic Squanme, must be super serious stuff goin down.
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#117HungoverHero777Posted 1/15/2014 5:39:25 PM
Well, this topic went to s***.
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#118VyersPosted 1/15/2014 5:46:46 PM
The PS3 to PS4 problem is unfortunate. What's more unfortunate is the fact that Nintendo doesn't allow players to play their Wii U VC games on 3DS even though the technology is not complicated.
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#119Emerald_MeliosPosted 1/15/2014 9:06:36 PM
Liveshiptrader posted...
It's the opposite, Nintendo keeps certain aspects low or non-existant such as graphics and story to keep standards low.

Pokemon is the best example of this, innovation for the game is almost non-existent. The console pokemon games are nothing like the handheld, fans would love a 3d world exploring game on the big screen but Nintendo will never give it to them.


That's because it is GameFreak's decision to keep it handheld only. They created the games that sell millions, so they decide which platform it goes on, and they want it to remain portable like always. And really, what incentive do they even have to make a console version? It's unlikely a Wii U version of Pokemon X/Y would sell any better than the 3DS edition. Sooner or later, people here will need to realize the Pokemon games isn't entirely a single-player experience like Final Fantasy or Persona.