Theoretical change: nintendo gives up on WiiU in favor of putting 100% focus on
Nintendo is the last game company that's willing to experiment and be creative with hardware. Even though sometimes they make a misstep, and I am talking about the virtual boy not the Wii U (yet), it's worth it so that the games industry can continue to progress. whether or not like what Nintendo's doing right now doesn't change the fact that they're willing to take a chance on something that's not standard.
Short answer, I hope that doesn't happen.
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EM_Mega posted...Pauken posted...I can't play my 3DS for longer than 20 minutes before my wrists are in agony.
ITT: early-onset arthritis patients
But seriously. If your hands begin to hurt that quickly, you're either doing it wrong, i.e. holding it to too tightly/locking your muscles too firmly/etc, or have some underlying health condition.
Normal human hands are more than capable of holding 2 lbs. of plastic for twenty minutes straight.
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I rather they kill themselves off completely.
Wii U has more potential
Honestly, this is really true.
There's so much untapped potential on the Wii U right now.
Actually, isn't the Wii U going through EXACTLY the same thing 3DS did at its launch? Almost piece for piece?
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hhjghbhghnmh posted...Rurouni720 posted...Arn544 posted...If Nintendo went third party, a lot of brands, and sales potential potential would be lost. Franchises like Metroid, Fire Emblem, Star Fox, Yoshi, Wario, Animal Crossing, Donkey Kong, F-Zero and Smash Bros.* would cease to exist. You can't make up that much lost sales potential with just Mario, Mario Kart, Zelda and Pokemon alone, even if you put them on Playstation, Xbox, PC and Mobile. And this is without factoring into the equation that quality would inevitably slip, just like all former hardware developers (Sega, Atari, Hudson, etc.). Quality is important in the games industry to strong sales, especially since prices for games are pretty high. It is also a quinessential cornerstone of Nintendo's business plan. Without that quality, they are better off not existing over going third party
Oh, whoops! Didn't delete the other stuff that well. Sorry bout that.