$300 to play only Nintendo exclusives?

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User Info: bidoof01

bidoof01
2 years ago#1
It will hard to garner new customers when the asking price is just too steep for only Nintendo games. It needs to be $199 for deluxe asap.
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User Info: Paulf001

Paulf001
2 years ago#2
It will probably be around $150-$200 for black Friday in November. If you want to wait till then to buy one.

User Info: NovaLevossida

NovaLevossida
2 years ago#3
I'm okay with paying $300 for Smash Brothers on a console rather than a handheld. If the system didn't have Smash, I wouldn't have dropped the money for the exclusives the system has.
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User Info: AhnoldDood

AhnoldDood
2 years ago#4
bidoof01 posted...
It will hard to garner new customers when the asking price is just too steep for only Nintendo games.


So what you're saying is, quantity over quality.

Uh, right.
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User Info: Kabuto_Y

Kabuto_Y
2 years ago#5
Better than owning both an Xbox One and a PS4.
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IzanagiBlast
2 years ago#6
Kabuto_Y posted...
Better than owning both an Xbox One and a PS4.
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User Info: SSJ4CHRIS

SSJ4CHRIS
2 years ago#7
It might not have been so bad if Nintendo would have had some games ready for launch. Some diehards will say it's worth it, but that's just as subjective as people saying it's not.

When the titles getting the most hype on the poor selling console going into its third year are Splatoon, Captain Toad, and Devil's Third, then $300 seems like a bit much. Of course, that's entirely subjective based on the level of fanboyism per individual.
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User Info: AhnoldDood

AhnoldDood
2 years ago#8
SSJ4CHRIS posted...
It might not have been so bad if Nintendo would have had some games ready for launch.


What's NSMBU and Nintendo Land?

Ah, I guess no one care for them, even though they sold, what, 3 million+? For themselves and the console?

When the titles getting the most hype on the poor selling console going into its third year are Splatoon, Captain Toad, and Devil's Third, then $300 seems like a bit much.


ITP: Splatoon and Devil's Third, two big, hyped shooters for the Wii U aren't worth crap because shut up, it's Nintendo.
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User Info: Jobocan

Jobocan
2 years ago#9
Better than 400-500 for no exclusives. Buying a PS4 this year was a mistake, I should've waited another year or 2. I figured a console that was selling so well would get exclusives, but apparently no one else thinks so, and that's sad.
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User Info: PS4Warrior

PS4Warrior
2 years ago#10
SSJ4CHRIS posted...
It might not have been so bad if Nintendo would have had some games ready for launch. Some diehards will say it's worth it, but that's just as subjective as people saying it's not.

When the titles getting the most hype on the poor selling console going into its third year are Splatoon, Captain Toad, and Devil's Third, then $300 seems like a bit much. Of course, that's entirely subjective based on the level of fanboyism per individual.


This, for a lot of people, splatoon looks pretty boring. Nothing more then a minigame. Heck, Captain Toad literally was a minigame.
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