Fact: Neither MS or Sony could pull a Wii U and live to tell about it.

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User Info: knightimex

knightimex
3 years ago#1
Might as well announce bankruptcy the game at E3 if they even attempted to grow a pair as large as Nintendo's.

Sony would have to sell their warehouse, MS would have to start a telethon to keep Xbox live running.
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User Info: DeathSoul2000

DeathSoul2000
3 years ago#2
Just shows how ignorant you are to how businesses work and what a huge nintendo ass-kissing fanboy you are.

User Info: Enigma149

Enigma149
3 years ago#3
DeathSoul2000 posted...
Just shows how ignorant you are to how businesses work and what a huge nintendo ass-kissing fanboy you are.


Actually, he's pretty much a fanboy of all the companies. You should see him on the PS4 board.
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User Info: nonexistinghero

nonexistinghero
3 years ago#4
Sony wouldn't be able to do that, but MS has an infinite supply of money. Especially with that garbage Windows 8 doing so well.
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User Info: The_Boredoms

The_Boredoms
3 years ago#5
If I fell off my bike and accidentally hurled it into a river somehow, I wouldn't then shout 'look how huge my berries are' to passersby. I'd look a fool and know it.

User Info: Rasputin77

Rasputin77
3 years ago#6
Both companies profit on other product types... Nintendo only does toys...

Yeah. Sure. Makes total sense that neither of them would stay afloat. **snicker**

Now, quick! Somebody throw out some numbers so people can slap-fight over their source validity and accuracy.
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User Info: MichaelDeAngelo

MichaelDeAngelo
3 years ago#7
I dunno about that, Knight. It would seem to be a miracle they were able to do as well as they did with the 360, despite a pay-service online and ridiculously faulty hardware. Sony was clearly the better buy, yet they both sold close to 100 million.

You're going to get your die-hard fans for any company. I'd venture to say that there are more Xbots and Ponies out there right now than Nintendorks.
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User Info: Kenaue

Kenaue
3 years ago#8
nonexistinghero posted...
Sony wouldn't be able to do that, but MS has an infinite supply of money. Especially with that garbage Windows 8 doing so well.


Windows 8 is an abomination ....

It's like Microsoft said "hey, Winows 7 did really well! Lets take everything good about it, and **** it up! That's what consumers want!"
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User Info: The_Shadow_Link

The_Shadow_Link
3 years ago#9
So how is Sony doing with that Vita then?
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User Info: DoomsSD

DoomsSD
3 years ago#10
Sony- maybe/maybe not. Depends how their other divisions hold up.

MS are MUCH safer than Nintendo. If Microsoft ever have to worry about themselves then no-one, NO-ONE, is safe, LOL..
Well, I suppose it's time to get kidnapped again...
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