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I see alot of people complaining about this pricedrop and complain that they dont want old games. This, however, is a bonus. Extra. Electronics always drop in prices, this time just faster than previous times. This does not mean Nintendo screws you over or anything. You knew what you were buying and at what price. If you regret that now, well...learn from it I guess and stop blaming others.
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I agree. An early adopter always runs the risk of these types of things happening. But in this case, at least Nintendo is trying to offer something for those who got it already. And if this is what is needed to get this thing jump started, then I am all in. I'm extremely happy at this news and am one of those day one purchasers. Nintendo could have dropped the price and not offered us anything. I'm a proud supporter of the 3ds now. Because they are doing what needs to be done. And whatever may come, I'm just gonna chill and enjoy.
I think Nintendo's response to the situation is a definite win for them and a win for early adopters. Yoshi's Island would have been enough for me. All the other games are just icing on the cake. The most delicious icing on the best cake ever.
Everywhere is within walking distance if you have the time.
I dont think nintendos ever had a problem selling portables like they are with 3ds, It surprised them so they took interesting steps to getting their system out there.
Again, they wana give us 20 games for loyal fans who bought it early. Thats doing good to the customers. I bought a toaster two months ago, the price went down a week later they coulda gave me free pop tarts but they r dbags.