Nintendo eventually joining just about every other company in Japan and getting into mobile gaming isn't much of a surprise, especially after the Puzzle & Dragon 3DS crossover was announced. On the other hand, Nintendo tentatively taking a step towards releasing games for PCs in any form seems to be pretty major news.
I doubt we'll be seeing Super Mario Online World any time soon, but the ability to play new and/or old Nintendo games on PCs, even if it means needing to buy them on a Nintendo console first or something weird since Nintendo probably won't be making a smooth transition in this regard, is a pretty major event and might be a sign that Nintendo is finally starting to take online elements and accessibility more seriously.
I was recently at a them park with my wife. We were walking down one of the pathways when we could no longer go any further. You want to know why we could no longer proceed? Because there was an entire family of scooter riding fat asses parked, side by side, across the entire pathway. And this wasn't a narrow pathway, there were at least 8 of them. I put them in the category explained below. I don't understand.
Sorry for not taking a picture but water rides and cell phones don't mix.
guys what i wrote are examples. there are obvious reasons why things are the way they are. please contribute to the topic and for one second, curb your urge to constantly correct ppl at every turn. you're not that clever.
In your post, you basically ask "Why do things work this way?" Then you get mad when someone answers the question. Just because someone answers a question doesn't mean they're "correcting" you or "trying to be clever". Some people just like to be informative.
But there are some people that don't appreciate free information and would rather remain stupid.
Instead of getting a quest on a piece of paper for you to read, every single mission in the game has a voice over actor that pops up and tells you what to do while you're following the arrow to the mission area.
Character Leveling that doesn't actually end at level cap. There are Feat Points, that you get for nearly everything, and a lot of them can be gained by exploration. So simply by visiting new areas of the game you get points to unlock new weapon types which have new skills and passive stat boosts.
Just a great game.
Getting to level 30, putting on some good PvP gear and then sitting outside a new player spawn area and chucking taxi cabs at players that go afk while they load is some of the best fun I've had in an MMO. They're just like bowling pins.