3DS dropped in price faster and more than any other Nintendo console

#1L0L_FAQPosted 9/3/2011 4:35:23 PM
and it doesn't change the fact that you knew what you were getting into by being an early adopter. When you bought a $250 3DS, you bought it because you thought it was worth $250, seeing as nobody was forcing you to buy a 3DS. You BOUGHT the 3DS and Nintendo promised you 20 free games because you bought the 3DS before the price cut. They did NOT tell you to buy a 3DS for $250 to play the 20 games. If you bought a 3DS in the window of time between the announcement and the price cut, then you WILLINGLY paid for the 20 games (or scambassador'd). If you DIDN'T buy it in that window, then you didn't buy it for 20 games but rather for whatever reason you wanted to buy a 3DS. You, by yourself, decided that the 3DS was worth your $250 and bought it, keeping it rather than returning or selling it till or after the announcement. Then Nintendo gave you the games.

In either case, the games are free and no amount of *****ing about the speed or magnitude of a price drop will change that.

You're only mad that other people are getting a better deal but you're attacking Nintendo because you can't admit it: u jelly.
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#2Hero3zizPosted 9/3/2011 4:36:46 PM
k.
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#3so64Posted 9/3/2011 4:37:11 PM
Do we really need another topic like this? I mean really.
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#4CorruptedRPGPosted 9/3/2011 4:38:38 PM
Still complaining about the complainers?

Drop it.
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#5MarsfordPosted 9/3/2011 4:40:47 PM
TC, you're right. But the people who need to hear this most, won't even read this, so what's the point?
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#6Lord_YggdrassilPosted 9/3/2011 4:42:41 PM
Wall of Text. Did not waste time reading that ****.
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#7VyersPosted 9/3/2011 4:42:41 PM
L0L_FAQ posted...
and it doesn't change the fact that you knew what you were getting into by being an early adopter. When you bought a $250 3DS, you bought it because you thought it was worth $250, seeing as nobody was forcing you to buy a 3DS. You BOUGHT the 3DS and Nintendo promised you 20 free games because you bought the 3DS before the price cut. They did NOT tell you to buy a 3DS for $250 to play the 20 games. If you bought a 3DS in the window of time between the announcement and the price cut, then you WILLINGLY paid for the 20 games (or scambassador'd). If you DIDN'T buy it in that window, then you didn't buy it for 20 games but rather for whatever reason you wanted to buy a 3DS. You, by yourself, decided that the 3DS was worth your $250 and bought it, keeping it rather than returning or selling it till or after the announcement. Then Nintendo gave you the games.

In either case, the games are free and no amount of *****ing about the speed or magnitude of a price drop will change that.

You're only mad that other people are getting a better deal but you're attacking Nintendo because you can't admit it: u jelly.


I don't see why Nintendo fanboys believe that these threads are less annoying than the complaint threads.

The fact remains that Nintendo felt that the console wasn't worth $250 in the end.
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#8bidoof01Posted 9/3/2011 4:42:55 PM
Its not worth even $200 so it's no surprise.
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#9VyersPosted 9/3/2011 4:44:15 PM
Lord_Yggdrassil posted...
Wall of Text. Did not waste time reading that ****.

That's not a wall of text, it's a paragraph.


and it doesn't change the fact that you knew what you were getting into by being an early adopter. When you bought a $250 3DS, you bought it because you thought it was worth $250, seeing as nobody was forcing you to buy a 3DS. You BOUGHT the 3DS and Nintendo promised you 20 free games because you bought the 3DS before the price cut. They did NOT tell you to buy a 3DS for $250 to play the 20 games. If you bought a 3DS in the window of time between the announcement and the price cut, then you WILLINGLY paid for the 20 games (or scambassador'd). If you DIDN'T buy it in that window, then you didn't buy it for 20 games but rather for whatever reason you wanted to buy a 3DS. You, by yourself, decided that the 3DS was worth your $250 and bought it, keeping it rather than returning or selling it till or after the announcement. Then Nintendo gave you the games. and it doesn't change the fact that you knew what you were getting into by being an early adopter. When you bought a $250 3DS, you bought it because you thought it was worth $250, seeing as nobody was forcing you to buy a 3DS. You BOUGHT the 3DS and Nintendo promised you 20 free games because you bought the 3DS before the price cut. They did NOT tell you to buy a 3DS for $250 to play the 20 games. If you bought a 3DS in the window of time between the announcement and the price cut, then you WILLINGLY paid for the 20 games (or scambassador'd). If you DIDN'T buy it in that window, then you didn't buy it for 20 games but rather for whatever reason you wanted to buy a 3DS. You, by yourself, decided that the 3DS was worth your $250 and bought it, keeping it rather than returning or selling it till or after the announcement. Then Nintendo gave you the games. and it doesn't change the fact that you knew what you were getting into by being an early adopter. When you bought a $250 3DS, you bought it because you thought it was worth $250, seeing as nobody was forcing you to buy a 3DS. You BOUGHT the 3DS and Nintendo promised you 20 free games because you bought the 3DS before the price cut. They did NOT tell you to buy a 3DS for $250 to play the 20 games. If you bought a 3DS in the window of time between the announcement and the price cut, then you WILLINGLY paid for the 20 games (or scambassador'd). If you DIDN'T buy it in that window, then you didn't buy it for 20 games but rather for whatever reason you wanted to buy a 3DS. You, by yourself, decided that the 3DS was worth your $250 and bought it, keeping it rather than returning or selling it till or after the announcement. Then Nintendo gave you the games. and it doesn't change the fact that you knew what you were getting into by being an early adopter. When you bought a $250 3DS, you bought it because you thought it was worth $250, seeing as nobody was forcing you to buy a 3DS. You BOUGHT the 3DS and Nintendo promised you 20 free games because you bought the 3DS before the price cut. They did NOT tell you to buy a 3DS for $250 to play the 20 games. If you bought a 3DS in the window of time between the announcement and the price cut, then you WILLINGLY paid for the 20 games (or scambassador'd). If you DIDN'T buy it in that window, then you didn't buy it for 20 games but rather for whatever reason you wanted to buy a 3DS. You, by yourself, decided that the 3DS was worth your $250 and bought it, keeping it rather than returning or selling it till or after the announcement. Then Nintendo gave you the games.

THIS is a wall of text.
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#10Lord_YggdrassilPosted 9/3/2011 4:49:20 PM

That's not a wall of text, it's a paragraph.


I wasn't being literal, still didn't read that ****,
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