Sign if you'd rather have the price cut than the free games.

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User Info: iammaxhailme

6 years ago#1
I would. But at least they're giving us something instead of laughing at us like Microsoft definitely would have done.
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User Info: Mystic201

6 years ago#2
I like games.
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User Info: Zero254

6 years ago#3
I'm straight.

I'll take the classics.

I don't feel bad about the price.

I do, but once I realized I play doa:d alot and some dsiware games alot, I felt better knowing I liked it.

The battery life on the other hand......
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User Info: PhantomSword

6 years ago#4
@Mystic201: I like games too. Let's be friends.
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User Info: pikachupwnage

6 years ago#5
*super anti signs*
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User Info: T00N_Link

6 years ago#6

I'm happy with my purchase. I got to enjoy the 3DS for the past months and I get 20 free games, some of the games being exclusive. I knew there would be a price cut eventually, but I paid money to get it early.
If I had known about the price cut I would have waited.
but I'm satisfied with Nintendo's make peace plan. Probably wouldn't have bought most of them, but for the price of free I will happily download them and play them.
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User Info: lambchips

6 years ago#8
i prefer the games
it made me even more happy to hear that they have no plans on releasing it to the public
^nintendo will probably release the games on the eshop in the future, but at this moment im just happy only a limited amount of people will be able to get the free games

the games are priceless
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User Info: nikowwf

6 years ago#9
The $70 is not a choice though. I'm really glad my mind doesn't work in this negative complaining way the mind of so many video game fans seems to work. My TV, i paid $1000 for it. Like a month later i saw it on sale for $800. I said, oh too bad. BUT i wanted it at that time, so i realized there is nothing i could do.

Those of you on this board, you'd be in utter depression for years. You'd be complaining the TV company should send you back $200. You'd pracitically want to toss out the TV.

Nintendo didn't plan this. They made a mistake in pricing. It's not like the consoles, where they know they will drop $50 in 6 months. This a price correction. They are giving us a lot really. Sony shut off our damn internet connection for 6 weeks and gave us all 2 games we already have.

User Info: Longhorns747

6 years ago#10
*sorta anti-signs*

Would I rather have $80 in cash? Yea, probably. But I was happy with my $250 purchase, I really enjoy the system and have gotten a lot of playing time out of it. I did my research, saved up some cash and knew that $250 would be worth it for me, and I have no regrets about that. I also am quite happy at the Ambassador Program and it's something I normally wouldn't expect out of Nintendo.
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