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4 years ago#1
Due to Nintendo's really bad sales already from the 3ds and the WiiU. And the fact that the IOS and Android markets are skyrocketing in terms of sales in the "handheld" markets. If Nintendo was to get bought out by Microsoft, What first party titles would you want them to remakes for a "720" system? Or what older Nintendo titles would you like to see have air breathed back into them? Or just take Nintendo's VC and port it to the Arcade?

And for that matter do any of you think that Nintendo would fall anytime soon? And even let Microsoft get their hands on it.
4 years ago#2
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4 years ago#3
lol
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4 years ago#4
hahah
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4 years ago#5
Obviously you haven't been to the 3Ds boards...Pokemon was announced, 3Ds board is like downtown Chicago if the Cubs had won the World Series, 3DS sales will Skyrocket now lol


BUT if the big N was bought out by Microsoft I'd like to see a remake of my favorite Zelda game, a Link to the Past on the 720 ;)
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4 years ago#6
Arucard05 posted...
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4 years ago#7
Please, stop doing that.

Thinking, I mean.
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4 years ago#8
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4 years ago#9
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4 years ago#10
Wii U is awful but don't hate on the 3DS. Nintendo handhelds consistently offer amazing games. Fire Emblem in around a month... gonna be awesome.
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