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User Info: Romanticide

Romanticide
5 years ago#1
http://www.gamesradar.com/f/the-top-7-ways-nintendo-can-save-the-3ds/a-201108011756972055

All of that is exactly right.
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User Info: pikachupwnage

pikachupwnage
5 years ago#2
actaully most of it is exactly wrong
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nintendogger
5 years ago#3
Someone posted this yesterday, but I'd agree with the majority of that article.
3DS, August 12. Can't wait.
Proud female gamer.

User Info: Romanticide

Romanticide
5 years ago#4
Because?
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GM_
5 years ago#5
Lol dedicated handheld games will never cost $5 retail or less. People should get the mobile phone market OUT of the picture when making comparisons.
Currently playing: Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence

User Info: Romanticide

Romanticide
5 years ago#6
GM_ posted...
Lol dedicated handheld games will never cost $5 retail or less. People should get the mobile phone market OUT of the picture when making comparisons.

Why?
Gaming systems: PC, Ps2, Ps3, Gamecube, DS Lite, Xbox 360, Nintendo 64 and a Dreamcast

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nintendogger
5 years ago#7
GM_ posted...
Lol dedicated handheld games will never cost $5 retail or less. People should get the mobile phone market OUT of the picture when making comparisons.

I agree.
3DS, August 12. Can't wait.
Proud female gamer.

User Info: Romanticide

Romanticide
5 years ago#8
So you're happy to pay more when you get less because...?

Yea, games like Mario 3D or perhaps Resident Evil Revelations can't be cheap. Monkey Ball though? The crap on the eShop?
Gaming systems: PC, Ps2, Ps3, Gamecube, DS Lite, Xbox 360, Nintendo 64 and a Dreamcast

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GM_
5 years ago#9
Romanticide posted...
GM_ posted...
Lol dedicated handheld games will never cost $5 retail or less. People should get the mobile phone market OUT of the picture when making comparisons.

Why?


$0.99-$4.99 iOS games suck. I wouldn't buy monkey ball ever on any platform but a game of OoT's caliber for example or other games like Mario, Metroid, MGS, Monster Hunter, etc are worth every bit of $40 for their level of polish.

Paying low prices = lower levels of polish, gameplay, craftsmanship in the product thus devaluing the medium as a whole. The day a full fledged Zelda game releases on a mobile device for $2.99 is the day gaming dies.

Monkeyball should cost about $29.99 at the least though as the devs have royalties and printing costs to cover and marketing it for 4 bucks would not be profitable.
Currently playing: Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence

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Romanticide
5 years ago#10
GM_ posted...
Romanticide posted...
GM_ posted...
Lol dedicated handheld games will never cost $5 retail or less. People should get the mobile phone market OUT of the picture when making comparisons.

Why?

$0.99-$4.99 iOS games suck. I wouldn't buy monkey ball ever on any platform but a game of OoT's caliber for example or other games like Mario, Metroid, MGS, Monster Hunter, etc are worth every bit of $40 for their level of polish.

Paying low prices = lower levels of polish, gameplay, craftsmanship in the product thus devaluing the medium as a whole. The day a full fledged Zelda game releases on a mobile device for $2.99 is the day gaming dies.


Yea, I won't disagree. Except for the fact that the majority of the 3DS' currently library are iPhone games.
Gaming systems: PC, Ps2, Ps3, Gamecube, DS Lite, Xbox 360, Nintendo 64 and a Dreamcast
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