Sign ITT if you only buy Nintendo hardware for Nintendo games

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User Info: ZeroRaider

ZeroRaider
4 years ago#1
I give zero ****s about whether or not Wii U gets any third party support. That's what my gaming PC is for. In fact, I'd rather third parties release PC versions of their games than worry about some inferior console version anyway.

As far as I'm concerned the Wii U could get 20 releases in its entire lifespan and as long as they were the great Nintendo franchises I'd be happy.

User Info: Baha05

Baha05
4 years ago#2
Naw
"I think there will be a price drop at the latest by E3. I'd even bet my account on it." Icecreamdunwich on the Wii U

User Info: The_Boredoms

The_Boredoms
4 years ago#3
Sign, but I'm a lot more chill about it than you.

User Info: ADHDguitar

ADHDguitar
4 years ago#4
Baha05 posted...
Naw
Still waiting for Diddy Kong Racing 2

User Info: Charski

Charski
4 years ago#5
monster hunter 3 ultimate.

nah.

User Info: ElectricMole

ElectricMole
4 years ago#6
There are more 3rd party games in my Wii library than Nintendo games. I dont really like alot of the first party games aside from Zelda and Metroid.
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User Info: Ace_Strife

Ace_Strife
4 years ago#7
I'd be happier if I didn't have to buy a PS/Xbox and just go Nintendo for all of my gaming needs, but since I can't do that, yes, Nintendo exclusives are what I buy Nintendo consoles for and go third-party multiplat with another console (probably always PS; I have all three PS consoles so far, oddly enough, even though I consider myself a Nintendo fan first).
"Only good thing about Sephy was his music; Only thing he ever did was throw his mom at you and stab a flowergirl." - BattleJesus

User Info: Omega_Black

Omega_Black
4 years ago#8
Pretty much.

It has never been a wise decision to rely on Nintendo home consoles for major and quality third-party support post-SNES.

If you're not in it primarily for Nintendo games and gimmicks then you're probably going to be disappointed.

Nintendo claims it wants to court more third-parties and indie devs this time around but we will see...
Go where the games are...
Brawl FC: 2062 8812 4168

User Info: Ccroybb

Ccroybb
4 years ago#9
No, and people who only limit themselves to games published by Nintendo are sad.

User Info: leopoldshark

leopoldshark
4 years ago#10
I want third parties to be interested in the Wii but I don't want the Wii U to get ports of games designed for other systems that don't run as well on the Wii U. I want games on the Wii U to be experiences I can't get on any of the other consoles. I would be happy with around 20 quality titles during the console's lifetime (which shouldn't be that hard to meet seeing what has been announced in Nintendo Direct already). I like that Ubisoft and Platinum have been working closely with Nintendo and they should keep doing so.
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