No DLC?

#61NintendoerPosted 4/14/2012 7:29:16 PM
Illuminoius posted...
You're adding needless variables.

The whole situation is about variables. we don't know what either DLC would consist of. Unless you know for sure that they would give the same priority to both sets of DLC (which you don't know that), then it is one of many factors that you should consider when trying to dis/prove your statement.

I'll ask again. You mostly post here simply to say how "objectively" terrible this game is. Why?

I don't know why I keep asking that. The answer is obvious (especially since you refuse to answer).
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#62IlluminoiusPosted 4/14/2012 7:37:36 PM
We are to assume that the same amount of effort is given to each game, because you're grasping on illogical assumptions.

The answer is obvious (especially since you refuse to answer).
Nah.
#63NintendoerPosted 4/14/2012 7:57:35 PM
Illuminoius posted...
We are to assume that the same amount of effort is given to each game, because you're grasping on illogical assumptions.

My example proved your statement wrong, so my example must be illogical?

Sorry, that's not how it works. Your statement was that under any circumstance DLC for SMB is worse than that of WW, so you have to consider EVERY possibility.

Besides, my assumption was far from illogical. If Nintendo did decide to make DLC for both games, it's pretty likely they would prioritize one over the other.

The answer is obvious (especially since you refuse to answer).
Nah.


Then what is the reason?
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#64IlluminoiusPosted 4/14/2012 8:11:55 PM
Your statement was that under any circumstance
Then you love putting unfair situations.
#65NintendoerPosted 4/15/2012 5:00:28 AM
Illuminoius posted...
Your statement was that under any circumstance
Then you love putting unfair situations.


Always - (adv) At any rate: in any event

By definition your statement is wrong. Unfair, or not, it still falls under the catagory of "always" It's your fault if you refuse to see this.

You said you're not afraid to admit when you're wrong. Why won't you in this case?

The answer is obvious (especially since you refuse to answer).
Nah.

Then what is the reason?

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#66IlluminoiusPosted 4/15/2012 8:28:30 AM
You don't understand the point.
You're simply adding a factor which won't happen.
#67NintendoerPosted 4/15/2012 8:33:05 AM(edited)
Illuminoius posted...
You don't understand the point.
You're simply adding a factor which won't happen.


Do you know for sure that it won't happen?

Obviously not, so you must consider it when making such a statement.

The answer is obvious (especially since you refuse to answer).
Nah.

Then what is the reason?

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#68IlluminoiusPosted 4/15/2012 11:20:53 AM
You're implying that the company and its choices are illogical, which is stupid and should not be considered.
#69NintendoerPosted 4/15/2012 11:45:06 AM
Illuminoius posted...
You're implying that the company and its choices are illogical, which is stupid and should not be considered.

Favoring one project over another isn't illogical; they've done it before.

I know you don't want to admit it, but by definition your previous statement is wrong, whether you choose to accept it or not. If you really don't see why, then there's no further reason to argue; as you will never be able to see anything outside of your narrow view.

Then what is the reason?
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#70IlluminoiusPosted 4/15/2012 1:47:09 PM
You assume that an aged game will be favored over a greater game, which is wrong.