The video game industry just isn't the same if Nintendo isn't number one.

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User Info: Latino_King

Latino_King
4 years ago#1
I honestly couldn't care less about Microsoft and Sony is simply a shell of its former self.

If their new systems end up being successful then good for them but in my eyes, Nintendo will always be number one.
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Latino_King
4 years ago#2
Bump.
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User Info: HoosierGuy88

HoosierGuy88
4 years ago#3
The last Nintendo system I really loved was the N64, I kinda lost interest after that. GameCube had some good games but I didn't like it as well as the competition. Then when the Wii came out I was disappointed that they decided to appeal to only casual gamers. Now we have the Wii U but the only thing it will have going for it are Nintendo exclusives. I think Nintendo's days may be numbered. Personally, I think they would have been better off developing a more powerful system and waiting to release around the same time as Sony and Microsoft. Instead they pulled a Dreamcast move and released ahead of everyone else with an underpowered machine. I suppose they thought everyone would buy their console instead of waiting but it doesn't seem to be happening.

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IIICE_COLD
4 years ago#4
HoosierGuy88 posted...
The last Nintendo system I really loved was the N64, I kinda lost interest after that. GameCube had some good games but I didn't like it as well as the competition. Then when the Wii came out I was disappointed that they decided to appeal to only casual gamers. Now we have the Wii U but the only thing it will have going for it are Nintendo exclusives. I think Nintendo's days may be numbered. Personally, I think they would have been better off developing a more powerful system and waiting to release around the same time as Sony and Microsoft. Instead they pulled a Dreamcast move and released ahead of everyone else with an underpowered machine. I suppose they thought everyone would buy their console instead of waiting but it doesn't seem to be happening.


I read an article a second ago that said they're already looking past this new system...
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Jackal
4 years ago#5
The whole" number one" mentality is the reason why some miss out on games. No one has to be number one to enjoy the games.
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Latino_King
4 years ago#6
Perhaps, but being number one usually gives you a lot more support from everybody.
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itsmeaustin
4 years ago#7
but nintendo was number 1 during the Wii/PS3/360 gen and that was probably the worst gen.
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McmadnessV3
4 years ago#8
*shrugs* Gamecube is my favourite console.
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