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Apr 24, 2006, 23:22
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Re: No subject Apr 24, 2006, 23:22
Apr 24, 2006, 23:22
 
Well, should Microsoft buy Nintendo (likely),

You know, American business have succeeded in Japan, some very well, some not so well. But even that scenario doesn't seem likely. Sony or some other firm would be in a better position to buy than MS.

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Apr 24, 2006, 22:21
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Re: I mean... Apr 24, 2006, 22:21
Apr 24, 2006, 22:21
 
So, I have to ask, having seen War's posts on several occasions: are his posts legitimately ignorant, or just someone trying to get others riled up; because I find it difficult to imagine that many people would take their own words seriously if such words were so contrary to the substantial levels of proof that are readily available.

I guess that what I'm asking is: does he really believe what he posts?

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Apr 24, 2006, 15:38
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Apr 24, 2006, 15:38
 
We need a new section of Blue's called "Rampant Fanboi-ism"...

Works for me nin. I at least admit I'm a Nintendo Fanboy. Always have been since I started playing Mario Bros. at the arcade. I've enjoyed games made from Nintendo for most of my life so why wouldn't I want to have them continue making games for me. Name me another company that has have that type of track record for that long in the gaming industry. Bet there isn't too many still around...

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Apr 24, 2006, 15:18
War
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Re: No subject Apr 24, 2006, 15:18
Apr 24, 2006, 15:18
War
 
>We need a new section of Blue's called "Rampant Fanboi-ism"...

Well, should Microsoft buy Nintendo (likely), we'll find out that Nintendo was actually the worst company, like, ever.

Like it happened with Rare.

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I mean...
Apr 24, 2006, 15:16
War
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I mean... Apr 24, 2006, 15:16
Apr 24, 2006, 15:16
War
 
>Harrison is first to admit that Nintendo consoles have a younger audience, but they hope that the combination of the new controller, and great games will attract a new audience

Hope.

Greatest. Marketing strategy. Ever.

>One way Nintendo hopes to do this, and they're on the right track by already issuing over 1000 development kits, is by getting third party developers involved.

Stop the presses! Nintendo has REVOLUTIONISED THE WORLD OF GAMING! According to these REVOLUTIONARY STRATEGIES, by releasing games on your console you might attract customers!

And people have the courage to call Derek Smart arrogant. Harrison should stop smoking crack, and as for Nintendo's foul-smelling carrion, I can't wait for it to be buried.

It's stenching up the gaming industry.

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Apr 24, 2006, 15:01
nin
 
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Apr 24, 2006, 15:01
 nin
 

We need a new section of Blue's called "Rampant Fanboi-ism"...

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Apr 24, 2006, 14:57
War
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No subject Apr 24, 2006, 14:57
Apr 24, 2006, 14:57
War
 
>Nintendo change strategy for Revolution launch.

They're going to puke all over themselves instead of shooting themselves in the foot?

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Apr 24, 2006, 11:56
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Apr 24, 2006, 11:56
 
Well im 28 and I openly admit to playing Mario Sunshine for weeks to get 100% on it and also the monkey ball games I played religiously. Still going through Mario 64 DS to get 100% on that as well so age doesnt come into it where fun games are concerned and Nintendo seem to have it spot on..

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Apr 24, 2006, 11:54
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Apr 24, 2006, 11:54
 
I almost agree with you Jaenos(by the way I'm 27). Some of what Nintendo does I don't want them to change. The way they have developed the Mario, Zelda, and Metroid series so far have been great. Don't mess with that formula. What I want them to do though is bring in the 3rd parties more. Games like Skys of Arcadia and Tales of Symphonia where some of the better gaming experiences I've ever had.

By bringing in the 3rd party companies, Nintendo itself doesn't have to grow up but allow the other companies to come in and give that group of players the type of games they want.

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Apr 24, 2006, 11:44
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Apr 24, 2006, 11:44
 
"Harrison is first to admit that Nintendo consoles have a younger audience, but they hope that the combination of the new controller, and great games will attract a new audience, he said, "These are mostly guys under the age of thirty-five, you know 20-35; for them to put themselves into the head of a 25 or 35 or 40-year-old woman or 40-year-old man and think of what kind of entertainment they might enjoy, that's kind of a tough challenge. But that's what we have to do."

Hey I'm 23 and I like Nintendo games, do I play a lot of them? Well no, they're fun, entertainng mini games between what I really like/play. Pretty sure that goes for the rest of my generation who grew up on your stuff. It's not a tough challenge to know what we like, it's just tough to execute.

And really, Nintendo, we can all feel bad that you didn't grow up with us, so don't try to, just keep doing what your doing and we'll come to visit once a month.

I'm content with that, I don't want to see you try to cator to my generation at this point, it would just be weird and dirty.

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