Can WiiU survive without EA support?

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User Info: bidoof01

4 years ago#1
Fifa - European crowd
Madden - American crowd
NHL - Canadian crowd
Dragon Age and Mass Effect - RPG crowd
Battlefield - COD haters crowd
Dead Space and Crysis - elite shooters crowd
Star Wars - nerdy scifi crowd

More damaging than it may seem.

User Info: DiscostewSM

4 years ago#2
If Nintendo has been able to survive with little EA support in the past, then yes, the Wii U can too. - Lazer Light Studios - Home of the MM2 PTC project

User Info: Kentaro21

4 years ago#3
Is that it? The Wii U will be fine.

User Info: TheCelticArcher

4 years ago#4
Considering Nintendo never really had any support from EA for a long time, I can see it doing decently.
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User Info: _Sovereign_

4 years ago#5
The GC and Wii survived....
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User Info: QlJGamer

4 years ago#6
EA will come crawling back, they all do.
Quite Intelligent Judging

User Info: Shadowbird_RH

4 years ago#7
I think EA stands to suffer more.
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4 years ago#8
But they probably won't have to.

In all honesty, if Nintendo could provide shelter FROM EA, We'd get a lot of new innovative titles from smaller devs coming our way.
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User Info: ORANGE666

4 years ago#9
Kentaro21 posted...
Is that it? The Wii U will be fine.

Yeah, and just a bunch of other trash like

Need For Speed
Mass Effect
Dead Space
Dragon Age

User Info: SlimeSwayze

4 years ago#10
Of course it can survive. But does losing EA hurt? Absolutely. It will just be a while before we see just how much it hurts, or for how long, considering that they may come back to the Wii U. But to imply that it's not a big deal is either stupid or delusional. Missing out on games is not a good thing.
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