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2 years ago#1
So we have steam os and now steamboxes

Going to go out on a limb and say this What if Nintendo joins the party? Next Gen Zelda and Mario on steam
2 years ago#2
Sharing them drugs with the rest of us?
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2 years ago#3
T3H_SECRET posted...
Sharing them drugs with the rest of us?


Lol, I couldn't have said it better myself. It will be Christmas in h*** before you see a Nintendo property on a non-Nintendo platform - their IP is what allows them to stay in the hardware game, they'd be foolish to give that up.
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2 years ago#4
From: JKatarn | #003
It will be Christmas in h*** before you see a Nintendo property on a non-Nintendo platform

http://www.geekvintage.com/images/commodore-64-cartridge-donkey-kong.jpg

I guess Christmas in Hell came early... like 1983

Then again, that was just before the NES came to North America....

I don't see Valve and Nintendo forming any alliances unless it's to get steam on Nintendo somehow...not Nintendo on steam... though it'd be nice if they opened up their old back catalog the way sega did and sell some old NES/SNES games on steam.
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2 years ago#5
arleas posted...
From: JKatarn | #003
It will be Christmas in h*** before you see a Nintendo property on a non-Nintendo platform

http://www.geekvintage.com/images/commodore-64-cartridge-donkey-kong.jpg

I guess Christmas in Hell came early... like 1983

Then again, that was just before the NES came to North America....

I don't see Valve and Nintendo forming any alliances unless it's to get steam on Nintendo somehow...not Nintendo on steam... though it'd be nice if they opened up their old back catalog the way sega did and sell some old NES/SNES games on steam.


But putting Steam on a nintendo system would require Nintendo to understand how the internet works, something they've been avoiding since the release of the Gamecube.
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2 years ago#6
Lets face it Wii U was a huge flop Sure the Wii was a great success but unless Nintendo makes proper hardware no company other than nintendo is going to make games for it? Don't believe me look at many companies left the Wii U.

All I'm saying is that Nintendo isn't great at making hardware its great at making mario and zelda and even those games are not what they used to be.
2 years ago#7
arleas posted...
From: JKatarn | #003
It will be Christmas in h*** before you see a Nintendo property on a non-Nintendo platform

http://www.geekvintage.com/images/commodore-64-cartridge-donkey-kong.jpg

I guess Christmas in Hell came early... like 1983

Then again, that was just before the NES came to North America....

I don't see Valve and Nintendo forming any alliances unless it's to get steam on Nintendo somehow...not Nintendo on steam... though it'd be nice if they opened up their old back catalog the way sega did and sell some old NES/SNES games on steam.


I should have said "Post-NES era Nintendo", though I understand they did a PC-88 version of Super Mario Bros. (in Japan only), but that's the sole exception AFAIK.
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2 years ago#8
There were also the funducational Mario games, like Mario Teaches Typing. Much less fun than Typing of the Dead.
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2 years ago#9
All it takes is for nintendo to release one large open world mmo called zelda and they are back into business. too bad nintendo would rather made a quick buck with HD titles instead
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2 years ago#10
HELZERO posted...
All it takes is for nintendo to release one large open world mmo called zelda and they are back into business. too bad nintendo would rather made a quick buck with HD titles instead


Pokemon MMO.
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