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Topic: Connected and F2P Advance Wars?

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SkywardLink98

Sounds good to me. I'm loving Fire Emblem: Awakening so any Advance War game by them would be and instant buy for me.

My SD Card with the game on it is just as physical as your cartridge with the game on it.
I love Nintendo, that's why I criticize them so harshly.

BombeVoyage

How do you feel about Nintendo going F2P? Do you think they can pull it with while keeping their quality standards?

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SkywardLink98

It'd be very difficult to go Free-to-play without either losing money, or making a pay-to-win or horrible game. It's still doable as proven by games like Tribes: Ascend and Team Fortress 2.

My SD Card with the game on it is just as physical as your cartridge with the game on it.
I love Nintendo, that's why I criticize them so harshly.

BombeVoyage

I may make business sense to attract new players with the "Free" label, but I don't feel that the connected 3DS player pool is big enough to do so. However, they can address the "Pay-To-Win" issue by being sure that expansion content isn't "better" but explore new depths of gameplay. Boardgames such as Memoir '44 are pretty good at this.

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TheKingOfTown

Any new Advance Wars game is great for me. I personally like it better than Fire Emblem, and Awakening is probably my new favorite 3DS game.

Why do people point to their wrists when asking for the time, but don't point to their crotch when they ask where the bathroom is?

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BombeVoyage

The same for me: I like how fluid and accessible is the gameplay and the light tone of the pre-Days of Ruin games. I have to admit that I am not into fantasy too. Still, I'm super impressed by Awakening...

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