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Topic: Ok, I Have an Idea on How To Get More Than 1 VC Game a Week

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03bgood

Call Nintendo at: 1-800-255-3700. Don't complain in a rude way, just request politely that we want more than just one Virtual Console game each week. Tell them that we want about 2-3 games each week like we did back in late 2006 and 2007. Then Nintendo should forward your feedback to the press. Anyways, I hope everyone calls and remembers to be nice to them and don't act rude or anything negative.

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Megumi_Sagano

Doubt that would work...

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Mama_Luigi

This is not going to work...

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warioswoods

If you're going to the trouble to phone representatives, you'd probably have better success hitting up some of the other companies out there that hold the rights to popular classic games and haven't put them out on the VC yet. Some of these companies might be at least slightly swayed if there seemed to be a whole lot of anticipation for their old games to be put up; Nintendo, on the other hand, isn't likely to be swayed much at all. I feel like they've pretty much decided to space out their 1st party VC titles in order to help fill in the big gaps where other companies should be releasing more.

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Knux

That will NOT work at all,Nintendo is too stubborn for that. Like warioswoods said,telling 3rd parties that we will like to see their games on the VC is a good idea.

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NINT3NDOGAM3R

Why call that number when we can call 1-800-422-2602 .
That isn't going to work.

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03bgood

Then we'll be waiting 5 years to play great games like Yoshi's Island and a few weeks to play crap like Action 52 and Superman 64!

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Burning_Spear

Nintendo is a hugely successful company that is undoubtedly confident in its business plan -- and that plan seems to involve only one VC game a week, for the most part. I'm sure it has heard the criticism, but I can't see it deviating from its plan.

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03bgood

Japan gets 6 games a week, Europe used to get 2-3 games a week, and we get only 1 game and it's usually a bad or mediocre game.

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Sean_Aaron

03bgood wrote:

Japan gets 6 games a week, Europe used to get 2-3 games a week, and we get only 1 game and it's usually a bad or mediocre game.

Be fair, usually only 2-4 of those are VC games...

Edited on by Sean_Aaron

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JTC-Pingas

It would be nice if all regions were equal on the number of VC games

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Sean_Aaron

Well, keep in mind the number of redundant titles there are in Japan (Space Invaders in four different formats?!?) and I think it's overstated honestly, but for quality, VCA releases and the 200-point MD discount I do prefer the Japanese VC overall.

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