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For me, it's a 10. I've loved Nintendo since 1991. I have all their consoles, and I currently have a blue 3ds xl and black wiiu. I play most of their franchise, and keep up with daily Nintendo news from sites such as gonintendo, ign, and nintendolife.
Anyone want to add my FC, it's 4854-6458-9453. My name is Andy.
My wiiu name is main event.
Can't wait for luigi mansion and pikmin 3!
Most wanted: bioshock infinite, 3d mario game for WiiU, pokemon x, metro last light, animal crossing, pikmin 3, luigi mansion 2, and more.
9. I've played all things Nintendo for 20 years now. They produce the best "Comfort food" games on the market. More often than not they find the right mix between nostalgia and innovation for their games. Sure they may falter at times, but I feel I can always count on them to provide a game that's fun and full of personality.
5. They defined my childhood gaming experience, I still love their games but hardware? Company practices? Communication with their consumers?
They spend way more effort maintaining their "family friendly" image than they do making a decent online interface/infrastructure, communicating with us on why they make certain decisions (like terrible VC release rate), etc.
It was a godsend when Reggie actually justified why NA doesn't get many different hardware color schemes and it makes sense. As much as I'd like a variety of 3DS colors, I rarely actually want to buy a color other than red/blue/green. And when Reggie explained that this was the general trend in NA, it made sense.