Honestly Nintendo,

#21CommanderxGreenPosted 8/29/2011 9:39:22 PM
Nintendo has nothing to gain by announcing them.
#22VyersPosted 8/30/2011 4:19:06 AM
Mattperd posted...
I guess I'm the only one who likes Nintendo's habit of announcing things when they arrive.

I've always liked their surprises. Not only that, it's like, what, 3 days until they actually give it out? Might as well wait.


Being surprised is not good for a consumer. A consumer's best interest is to be able to plan ahead of time so that they know what to expect.
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#23PokeMasterPosted 8/30/2011 4:41:23 AM
Vyers posted...
Mattperd posted...
I guess I'm the only one who likes Nintendo's habit of announcing things when they arrive.

I've always liked their surprises. Not only that, it's like, what, 3 days until they actually give it out? Might as well wait.

Being surprised is not good for a consumer. A consumer's best interest is to be able to plan ahead of time so that they know what to expect.


But, they're free, optional games. . .
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VC Games: SML, Dodgeball, Adventure Island 2
#24VyersPosted 8/30/2011 4:44:53 AM
PokeMaster posted...
Vyers posted...
Mattperd posted...
I guess I'm the only one who likes Nintendo's habit of announcing things when they arrive.

I've always liked their surprises. Not only that, it's like, what, 3 days until they actually give it out? Might as well wait.

Being surprised is not good for a consumer. A consumer's best interest is to be able to plan ahead of time so that they know what to expect.

But, they're free, optional games. . .


The quoted user was speaking generally.
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