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...what I mean is they said they have a lot of ideas for the 3DS....and then you got Conduit and Grinder which are games we always wanted on wii but never got because PS3/XBOX/PC always get the good games so 2 years from now you can imagine HVS with a bunch of awesome games
I think the definition of independent developers kind of assumes that they're not a publicly owned establisment, so technically you couldn't invest in HVS themselves. You could invest in Sega and (likely) whatever publisher picks up The Grinder, though I'm not sure I'd recommend that. Sega's been struggling a bit lately.
I could be wrong though. I'm not the biggest expert on these things.
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^Agreed. I love HVS and all, but Retro is doing a lot more for Nintendo. Then again, if HVS made a partnership with Nintendo... getting funding from Nintendo and being published by Nintendo, they could make their games pretty fantastic. The only thing they would lose is the sales from the Iron Man-/Dora-esk games they make for PS3, 360, and PC, right?
Honestly, Nintendo kinda needs a company that makes shooters. Catering to that audience. 360 has Bungie pumping them out Halo games, PS3 has Guerrilla giving them Killzone... Now, I know I'm just a stupid fan, but a partnership seems like the way to go, for both parties.
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