Wii U games very expensive?

#11fire2boxPosted 7/4/2014 5:40:42 PM
MetroidJunkie posted...
Rukumouru posted...
basically no bugs.


I can think of a few Nintendo franchises that actually had game breaking bugs so this isn't entirely accurate.


Pokemon X/Y game breaking bug by saving in paris or whatever.

Game breaking bug in Twilight Princess which was NEVER patched again being about saving the game in a specific spot.
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#12fire2boxPosted 7/4/2014 5:41:36 PM
SuperNeonManGuy posted...
MetroidJunkie posted...
Rukumouru posted...
basically no bugs.


I can think of a few Nintendo franchises that actually had game breaking bugs so this isn't entirely accurate.


i can think of one franchise that had a game breaking bug that youhad to go out of your way to encounter... even then they released a patch...


Twilight princess never got a patch for its game break save bug at the cannon thing.
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#13Thunderbird8Posted 7/4/2014 6:05:28 PM
fire2box posted...
SuperNeonManGuy posted...
MetroidJunkie posted...
Rukumouru posted...
basically no bugs.


I can think of a few Nintendo franchises that actually had game breaking bugs so this isn't entirely accurate.


i can think of one franchise that had a game breaking bug that youhad to go out of your way to encounter... even then they released a patch...


Twilight princess never got a patch for its game break save bug at the cannon thing.


The Wii couldn't really do game patches (the Skyward Sword thing on the Wii Shop Channel just altered the save file to get around the problem there). I'd be shocked if the bug wasn't fixed when the game was rereleased as a Nintendo Selects title.

Also, I believe it was later found that you weren't completely locked into the area. The NPC required to get out was still there, but invisible, so if you managed to find him, you could still continue on.
#14Baha05Posted 7/4/2014 6:07:31 PM
Blame the Euro?
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#15ruiza97Posted 7/4/2014 6:13:40 PM
if you think video gaming is expensive, try miniature gaming.
#16dragonsamusPosted 7/4/2014 7:40:31 PM
What games do you already have and what games do you want? If its a must have I'll buy it day one, if not then I'll wait for a sale. Target recently had a buy two get one free sale.
#17Starwars4JPosted 7/4/2014 7:44:28 PM
fire2box posted...
Pokemon X/Y game breaking bug by saving in paris or whatever.


What does Pokemon X/Y have to do with Nintendo games?
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#18DiscostewSMPosted 7/4/2014 8:14:36 PM
A game having a few game-breaking bugs, and a game having a lot of game-breaking bugs does not put both games at the same level.
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#19NutOfDeathPosted 7/4/2014 8:18:43 PM
You've been spoiled too much by Steam. If you don't like the way 20-40 hour games are priced, sell it.
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#20kdognumba1Posted 7/4/2014 8:24:25 PM
I'd say around 9 out of 10 games I buy on WiiU, I buy on sale well below the original asking price. You just need to look and attempt finding deals, don't go to the supermarket expecting to see good prices.
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