Why do you support Nintendo?

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User Info: BkzIzu

BkzIzu
3 years ago#1
Microsoft gets tons of flak from gamers and this board hates Sony products but how could you support Nintendo?
Nintendo is the only company out of the big 3 that
*Has region locking
*Not have a Universal Account System (Making digital purchases worthless and unsafe)
*Has the worst online
*Charges you full price for HD ports
*Overprices SNES games on VC
*It also has paywalls (Pokemon Bank)
*Overpricing their hardware (3DS/WiiU both got a assive price cut which proves it)

User Info: Numbuh100

Numbuh100
3 years ago#2
BkzIzu posted...
Microsoft gets tons of flak from gamers and this board hates Sony products but how could you support Nintendo?
Nintendo is the only company out of the big 3 that
*Has region locking
*Not have a Universal Account System (Making digital purchases worthless and unsafe)
*Has the worst online
*Charges you full price for HD ports
*Overprices SNES games on VC
*It also has paywalls (Pokemon Bank)
*Overpricing their hardware (3DS/WiiU both got a assive price cut which proves it)


The Pokemon Bank is not even required to play online. Sony has paywalls for PS4. 3DS is overpriced? Sold more than expensive Vita.
Waiting for: Pokemon X and Y, Monolith Soft's X, Smash Bros. 4, Mario Kart 8, Watch Dogs, Dark Souls 2

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RoccoRed
3 years ago#3
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User Info: segagamer

segagamer
3 years ago#4
because i like their games

User Info: NintendoGamer83

NintendoGamer83
3 years ago#5
Fun games.
Free online.
Backwards compatibility.
Free games.
Able to transfer old games to new console even without the much vaunted account system.
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User Info: betterboulder

betterboulder
3 years ago#6
segagamer posted...
because i like their games
More than happy to purchase the Wii U as my Smash Bros. Box
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User Info: Tsutarja495

Tsutarja495
3 years ago#7
I never really considered it. But since NES, I have always got every Nintendo system after that at launch, and never got a non-Nintendo system. I plan to keep it that way so long as Nintendo is still in the business.
I'm not a gamer, I'm a Nintendrone. Here's proof I live to serve Nintendo:
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User Info: cybersonic233

cybersonic233
3 years ago#8
they have games I want to play on there system simple as

User Info: Mandrew257

Mandrew257
3 years ago#9
1. I like their games
2. Backwards compatibility
3. Gamepad is awesome
4. Online is free
5. You dont have to pay for Pokebank
6. You can transfer all of your purchases from Wii to Wii U
7. They have alot of good local multiplayer games where as Sony and Microsofts is mainly online.
8. They will delay a game to make it better and add everything without DLC.
9. Hardware is not overpriced. Vita is.
If the turtle cage is dirty, I aint paying for it. - Catchphrase Jones.

User Info: MSeaCreasy

MSeaCreasy
3 years ago#10
Bkzizu likes to call nintendo gamers kids on the sony board.. He sure acts like one himself..
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