Nintendo's next console should aim for being the powerful of the next gen.

#1IzraeilPosted 8/30/2014 11:03:40 PM
They chose to go low power, low price route this gen, but the low price hasn't helped sales.
At this point only the hardcore Nintendo fans are interested in their consoles, and they will buy one even if it's a $1000.
So they should try to make their next console as powerful as possible and maybe they can attract some of the high end PC crowd along with their usual fans.
#2DiscostewSMPosted 8/30/2014 11:13:30 PM
You aren't even trying anymore....
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#3Izraeil(Topic Creator)Posted 8/30/2014 11:38:54 PM
DiscostewSM posted...
You aren't even trying anymore....


trying what? Coming up with great ideas nintendo can use to attract more people to their products?
#4HiddenRoarPosted 8/31/2014 2:17:23 AM
No.

Because EA and Ubisoft will still hate on Nintendo not allowing them free reign for DLC (along with whatever past fallout EA has with Nintendo for online infrastructure)

And Japanese developers largely ignore utilizing the maximum potential of the system and continue to do what they do due to budgets/not being HD whores.

And lol, if Sony couldn't sell 600$ PS3s when it was first announced, what makes you think Nintendo can sell a 1000$ system and be successful at it.
#5PS4WarriorPosted 8/31/2014 3:25:24 AM
HiddenRoar posted...
No.

Because EA and Ubisoft will still hate on Nintendo not allowing them free reign for DLC (along with whatever past fallout EA has with Nintendo for online infrastructure)

And Japanese developers largely ignore utilizing the maximum potential of the system and continue to do what they do due to budgets/not being HD whores.

And lol, if Sony couldn't sell 600$ PS3s when it was first announced, what makes you think Nintendo can sell a 1000$ system and be successful at it.


Ubisoft doesn't hate Nintendo, they were one of the biggest Wii U supporters. It's not their fault their games didn't sell on the Wii U.
#6DeathSoul2000Posted 8/31/2014 3:29:08 AM
PS4Warrior posted...
HiddenRoar posted...
No.

Because EA and Ubisoft will still hate on Nintendo not allowing them free reign for DLC (along with whatever past fallout EA has with Nintendo for online infrastructure)

And Japanese developers largely ignore utilizing the maximum potential of the system and continue to do what they do due to budgets/not being HD whores.

And lol, if Sony couldn't sell 600$ PS3s when it was first announced, what makes you think Nintendo can sell a 1000$ system and be successful at it.


Ubisoft doesn't hate Nintendo, they were one of the biggest Wii U supporters. It's not their fault their games didn't sell on the Wii U.


lt is their fault that they keep delaying their Wii U versions for months, which in turn causes them to..... not sell.
#7PS4WarriorPosted 8/31/2014 3:30:26 AM
DeathSoul2000 posted...
PS4Warrior posted...
HiddenRoar posted...
No.

Because EA and Ubisoft will still hate on Nintendo not allowing them free reign for DLC (along with whatever past fallout EA has with Nintendo for online infrastructure)

And Japanese developers largely ignore utilizing the maximum potential of the system and continue to do what they do due to budgets/not being HD whores.

And lol, if Sony couldn't sell 600$ PS3s when it was first announced, what makes you think Nintendo can sell a 1000$ system and be successful at it.


Ubisoft doesn't hate Nintendo, they were one of the biggest Wii U supporters. It's not their fault their games didn't sell on the Wii U.


lt is their fault that they keep delaying their Wii U versions for months, which in turn causes them to..... not sell.


What did they delay besides Rayman and Watch Dogs?

AC3?
AC4?
ZombiiU?
#8SaltyBotzPosted 8/31/2014 3:38:19 AM
I feel like they sorta tried to make the Wii-U a hybrid, but it wasn't properly executed because games don't always support off screen play. They made things too complicated by having a TV display, and then a separate screen displayed on the Wii-U controller. It would have been better if you could simply switch the display between the TV or the controller on the fly without having split screens in games. If they attempt another go at some sort of hybrid setup, then off screen play needs to be supported for all games. And they'd need to use that as a key selling point in advertising.
#9juzziebPosted 8/31/2014 3:38:19 AM
PS4Warrior posted...
DeathSoul2000 posted...
PS4Warrior posted...
HiddenRoar posted...
No.

Because EA and Ubisoft will still hate on Nintendo not allowing them free reign for DLC (along with whatever past fallout EA has with Nintendo for online infrastructure)

And Japanese developers largely ignore utilizing the maximum potential of the system and continue to do what they do due to budgets/not being HD whores.

And lol, if Sony couldn't sell 600$ PS3s when it was first announced, what makes you think Nintendo can sell a 1000$ system and be successful at it.


Ubisoft doesn't hate Nintendo, they were one of the biggest Wii U supporters. It's not their fault their games didn't sell on the Wii U.


lt is their fault that they keep delaying their Wii U versions for months, which in turn causes them to..... not sell.


What did they delay besides Rayman and Watch Dogs?

AC3?
AC4?
ZombiiU?


AC is terrible, yeah cool AC4 has pirates but its just a reskin of a game we've played 500 times. ZombiU sold extremely well for a survival horror game. Rayman could of sold like hotcakes.

EA and Ubi might be mad that it's hard to sell reskinned games on the Wii U though.
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#10SSJ4CHRISPosted 8/31/2014 4:44:02 PM
They should paint gold lines on the gamepad again and say it is a "limited" edition "console" again. The drones love that sort of thing.
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