Nintendo needs to step it up!

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User Info: BankAMG

BankAMG
4 years ago#1
Dont they make games and only games. Sony makes tv's camcorder and all that. Nintendo's main focus is games, so why do microsoft and sony seem to have the advantage with online? They need to implement a better account system, then i would be sold.

User Info: NintendoGamer83

NintendoGamer83
4 years ago#2
BankAMG posted...
They need to implement a better account system...


Hows that account system gonna be treating PS3 owners? lol
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User Info: Beatperson14

Beatperson14
4 years ago#3
It seems like they really haven't been thinking things through lately

I mean, no E3 pres.? That was their chance to show off and they blew it

User Info: shinra35800

shinra35800
4 years ago#4
But nintendo had cereal, snacks, cartoons, and gameshows back in the day xD

..........(i really miss that).

User Info: digiblaster

digiblaster
4 years ago#5
Beatperson14 posted...
It seems like they really haven't been thinking things through lately

I mean, no E3 pres.? That was their chance to show off and they blew it


Not been here for a few days.

You guys still won't drop this one then?
Yeah, that's a problem games had back then. You actually had to get good at them. - Mctias

User Info: Beatperson14

Beatperson14
4 years ago#6
digiblaster posted...
Beatperson14 posted...
It seems like they really haven't been thinking things through lately

I mean, no E3 pres.? That was their chance to show off and they blew it


Not been here for a few days.

You guys still won't drop this one then?


It's kind of a big deal to not show off the console to the TV crowd when they are struggling to find sales

User Info: BankAMG

BankAMG
4 years ago#7
It's sad i really would like to buy the system but all it's shortcomings doesn't justify a purchase. Maybe i should just get a 3ds. It seems they are on fire with that.

User Info: digiblaster

digiblaster
4 years ago#8
Beatperson14 posted...
digiblaster posted...
Beatperson14 posted...
It seems like they really haven't been thinking things through lately

I mean, no E3 pres.? That was their chance to show off and they blew it


Not been here for a few days.

You guys still won't drop this one then?


It's kind of a big deal to not show off the console to the TV crowd when they are struggling to find sales


Wait, TV crowd? Since when has E3 been shown on TV?

This just an American thing?
Yeah, that's a problem games had back then. You actually had to get good at them. - Mctias

User Info: Beatperson14

Beatperson14
4 years ago#9
digiblaster posted...
Beatperson14 posted...
digiblaster posted...
Beatperson14 posted...
It seems like they really haven't been thinking things through lately

I mean, no E3 pres.? That was their chance to show off and they blew it


Not been here for a few days.

You guys still won't drop this one then?


It's kind of a big deal to not show off the console to the TV crowd when they are struggling to find sales


Wait, TV crowd? Since when has E3 been shown on TV?

This just an American thing?


Must be.

And to the TC; I have a 3DS but IMO it isn't jaw-dropping or anything. If there are some games you're amped for, go for it

User Info: Dersu_Uzala

Dersu_Uzala
4 years ago#10
I've said it before and I'll say it again. Nintendo will become a casualty of the HD era. They don't have the resources, the drive, the experience to make games at a higher level than standard def.
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