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#101 Posted by Lyisa (358 posts) -

@artisanbreads: I think part of the problem is the thought that people who don't like the new console line ups would buy a Wii U either.

When it comes to it I don't think any console is offering a good enough lineup to be worth picking up, and making fun of Nintendo for pushing what will be fine and good additions to their franchises isn't helping anyone.

#102 Edited by ImmortalSaiyan (4676 posts) -

I'd sooner get a 3ds at this point. That has that zelda game and new pokemon coming to it. I don't give a flying about Donkey Kong or any Mario game not set in space. The only show WiiU has to win me over is if Smash 4 is fantastic. I am betting it will be fine, but not great.

#103 Posted by ImmortalSaiyan (4676 posts) -

I'd sooner get a 3ds at this point. That has that zelda game and new pokemon coming to it. I don't give a flying about Donkey Kong or any Mario game not set in space. The only show WiiU has to win me over is if Smash 4 is fantastic. I am betting it will be fine, but not great.

#104 Edited by ArtisanBreads (3833 posts) -

@lyisa said:

@artisanbreads: I think part of the problem is the thought that people who don't like the new console line ups would buy a Wii U either.

When it comes to it I don't think any console is offering a good enough lineup to be worth picking up, and making fun of Nintendo for pushing what will be fine and good additions to their franchises isn't helping anyone.

I'm not interested in helping anyone... I am just laughing at Nintendo's arrogance with the Wii U when it's tanking so hard.

I wish Nintendo was still like they were with the SNES, N64, or even Gamecube but now I think they're putting out some pretty lazy games and a lazy system, when it comes to consoles. The 3DS is doing well and rightfully so and I'm looking at picking one up soon.

#105 Posted by Cold_Wolven (2219 posts) -

Reggie easily forgets about both the launches of the Wii U and 3DS and the drought of games for the first few months of both.

#106 Posted by Darson (451 posts) -

As long as he's happy about where the company is at.