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PhoenixUltra

61. Posted:

saying nintendo fans won't except call of duty on 3ds is ludicrous. that is a stereotype, there are many people who would play 3ds call of duty games, the touch screen, 3d....why not. it's not like all nintendo fans only play mario or zelda. come on look at the wider spectrum. A lot of core nintendo fans like games not made by nintendo.

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I can certainly see it.

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63. Posted:

I'd rather see Metroid Prime (Gamecube) re-imagined on 3DS! ;)

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I'd rather see Metroid Prime (Gamecube) re-imagined on 3DS! ;)

I'd rather see Metroid Prime 4 built from the ground up for the 3DS.

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CactusJackson wrote:

Scollurio wrote:

I'd rather see Metroid Prime (Gamecube) re-imagined on 3DS! ;)

I'd rather see Metroid Prime 4 built from the ground up for the 3DS.

I'd rather see a game linking between MP3 or Other M into the next Metroid title, similar to what Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance is.

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66. Posted:

NImH wrote:

@moomoo The discussion did kinda digress a bit... away from fanboys and the definition of, my point was that the innovators behind ideas that came out of Nintendo were not demographic-focused, trend followers. Just because Ninty's consoles and game franchises sell, it doesn't mean that they aren't unique. The trends tend to follow where Nintendo goes, to an extent. Call of Doodie and the oh-so-many in its class, are like a grilled cheese sandwich: it's really yummy and can satisfy a bit, but there's nothing to it really. It's just fried cheese and bread. It's the difference between Gangnam-Style and Gotye's Someone That I Used To Know. My personal opinion aside, they were both major hit singles this year that were enjoyed my millions. One of those songs though, will be forgotten with time and only reminisced upon with a laugh. No one will be bumpin Gangnam Style like a boss in 2014. I hope you understand what I mean.
Modern indie game developers carry on in the spirit of what made Nintendo great: Creative, inspired people that develop unique and enjoyable experiences. I guess referring to that as niche is wrong. Once something hits big, it's no longer niche. I just catch that hate on Nintendo so much that I feel like it's niche.

I worry that the over-saturation of FPS clones will do to videogames, what the arrival of The Backstreet Boys and Britteny Spears did to pop music back in the days. Major record companies no longer put the promotion and funding behind real musicians, and only backed their corporate creations. Now, it's a rarity that really creative and innovative musicians make it to the mainstream. I really hope that artists continue to create new expressions through the videogame media.

The worst kind of fanboy: the anti-pop culture fanboy that thinks he actually cares about innovation, and that everyone else who is actually putting money into the market is the problem.

The fact you've managed to convince yourself that Nintendo hardware is unique, when the Wii U is the very opposite of innovation speaks wonders. The Wii U is all about taking every social trend - social networking, tablet gaming, even NFC, and throwing it into a single package and saying "developers, here's the kitchen sink in what sells, get to work."

A good idea, but not innovative.

To use your own example. Music didn't die because of pop music, and people were having a cry about the state of pop music in the 80's, 70's, 60's and earlier. Heck, back a couple of centuries, critics were having a cry about how novels were going to ruin literature because poetry was innovative but novels were "Call of Doodie"- style mass consumption.

So here's an idea for you: don't play FPSers if you want. Good for you. Just stop pretending that you're somehow fighting for the industry when you're not. Unless you buy every single game you're interested in new and at full RRP, that kid that buys ten FPSers a year at launch and spends 100 hours a week yelling homophobic slurs at the other people he's playing with online is actually doing more for the industry than you are.

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67. Posted:

@waltz I kinda agreed until you said that the calling of names and homophobes were doing the industry right.... :/

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68. Posted:

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@waltz I kinda agreed until you said that the calling of names and homophobes were doing the industry right.... :/

I don't condone their behaviour, but look at the numbers - Call of Duty fans pay full price to buy the game on day one. That game sets all kinds of records for first weekend sales, before the second hand market kicks in. That's how you support the industry.

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It's the difference between Gangnam-Style and Gotye's Someone That I Used To Know. My personal opinion aside, they were both major hit singles this year that were enjoyed my millions. One of those songs though, will be forgotten with time and only reminisced upon with a laugh. No one will be bumpin Gangnam Style like a boss in 2014

Have you actually listened to the lyrics to "Someone That I Used to Know"? I think that pretentious song will be long forgotten before 2014.

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70. Posted:

Nope. If it does, we can see the PS Vita Call of Duty as evidence. I saw some bad reviews on it. If you can't get a Vita CoD right, forget 3DS.

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I can see where he's coming from Popular music is a very good example, as we rarely see creative music flourish today, rather endless streams of "I'm an effing G" or "Let's have a one might stand" type music.

When indie devs die out and Activation makes craptons of money off of rehashes, it doesn't spell good for the future.

Hell, look at Nintendo. Games that take creative direction or go for unknown sequels (Sin and Punishment is all I can think of, Kid Icarus may as well be the lone exception at one mil) bomb while increasingly uninspired games (such as MK7 or NSMB2) sell loads.

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VincentV wrote:

Nope. If it does, we can see the PS Vita Call of Duty as evidence. I saw some bad reviews on it. If you can't get a Vita CoD right, forget 3DS.

Switch devs or give them more time. Declassified had potential but was rushed out. Smooth out the bugs, make bigger maps and triple the campaign length and you'd have a good game. The engine itself (minus glitches) was definitely decent.

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73. Posted:

rayword45 wrote:

CactusJackson wrote:

Scollurio wrote:

I'd rather see Metroid Prime (Gamecube) re-imagined on 3DS! ;)

I'd rather see Metroid Prime 4 built from the ground up for the 3DS.

I'd rather see a game linking between MP3 or Other M into the next Metroid title, similar to what Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance is.

I'd kill for some more CPP use.

i actually rly would like to see that :o

for me it felt like other M was like a prequel in a way to the MP games

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74. Posted:

WhiteKnight wrote:

Hokori wrote:

@waltz I kinda agreed until you said that the calling of names and homophobes were doing the industry right.... :/

I don't condone their behaviour, but look at the numbers - Call of Duty fans pay full price to buy the game on day one. That game sets all kinds of records for first weekend sales, before the second hand market kicks in. That's how you support the industry.

That sounds to me like that's how someone sustains the industry. If they were to really support the industry in my opinion, they need lots of money to buy a handful of games (2-3) almost every major release cycles of games in general (Spring, Summer, Fall, Holiday Season). With blockbuster games like Call of Duty and Skyrim taking away other potential purchases (looks like that to me), I can get an idea of what @NimH means. Really, this kind of phenomenon isn't really anyone's fault in my opinion. Rather, it's a naturally occurring process that will change if the overall bad effects (i.e. over-reliance of franchises, potentially stifled creativity due to competition with popular franchises, harmful consumer attitudes and expectations) worsen and continue to prevail.

As for the topic, I don't care that no Call of Duty is on the 3DS. I hope to buy 1 more Call of Duty game before I disconnect from the franchise.

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75. Posted:

NImH wrote:

It's the difference between Gangnam-Style and Gotye's Someone That I Used To Know. My personal opinion aside, they were both major hit singles this year that were enjoyed my millions. One of those songs though, will be forgotten with time and only reminisced upon with a laugh. No one will be bumpin Gangnam Style like a boss in 2014.

Heh. Ironically, Gangam Style will endure and be known forever, as it will be played at every single wedding, bar mitzvah and similar function until the end of time, alongside the Macarena, the Electric Slide and YMCA. Meanwhile, no one except for some small group of pretentious music snobs will even know what Someone I Used to Know is in 5 years. :D

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76. Posted:

Activision wants money. 3DS is really only selling well in Japan. I doubt they'll take the time to make a 3DS COD. Maybe a 3DS version of the next main game, but even that I doubt.

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77. Posted:

If it has good online multiplayer, I'll be sold.

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78. Posted:

To me the charm of the 3DS is offering experiences not to be found on other devices, Call of Duty is not part of that.

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79. Posted:

Mordresh wrote:

To me the charm of the 3DS is offering experiences not to be found on other devices, Call of Duty is not part of that.

New Super Mario Bros. 2, Star Fox 64 3D and Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time 3D are experiences I can find nowhere else but the 3DS? Impressive.

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CactusJackson wrote:

Mordresh wrote:

To me the charm of the 3DS is offering experiences not to be found on other devices, Call of Duty is not part of that.

New Super Mario Bros. 2, Star Fox 64 3D and Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time 3D are experiences I can find nowhere else but the 3DS? Impressive.

No need for that tone. Did my "to me" read not clear on your computer screen ? Attempt number 2: TO ME (yes me, I, the person writing, individual, shall I go on ?) the 3DS is about offering typical (Nintendo) games on the go, as in basically experiences that divert from typical (non-handheld) games played on my home consoles such as Call of Duty. So personally I'm not waiting for a Call of Duty on 3DS, if that is allowed by you at least ? Thanks.

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