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21. Posted: Mon 26th Mar 2012 04:13 BST
Out of everything that I hope the Wii U has, that's pretty low on the list.
22. Posted: Mon 26th Mar 2012 16:36 BST
I 'd like to see them implemented.
Also, hasn't there been a half dozen threads about this?
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23. Posted: Tue 27th Mar 2012 12:27 BST
Talking with my girlfriend about the wii u earlier, and saying that if they have a good showing at e3 i think i'd be up for buying it, and even getting third party games like assassins creed 3 and darksiders 2 on it...then she asks "but what about installing your games, how are you going cope with that if there's no hdd and you can't". I'm under the impression that there will be sd cards and you can plug in an external drive if you want but is it technically feasible to be running such big games installed from an external hdd? Sorry if thats a noobish q but I have no idea. I think the ability to install games would be the big deciding factor for me between buying a 3rd party game on the wii u or the 360.
So I'd wish it has the ability to install your games, but does anyone know if nintendo has talked about this at all?
24. Posted: Tue 27th Mar 2012 12:36 BST
They're a lazy method to inject replayabilty into software.
God forbid you get value out of your purchase!
As most of you know, I am the King of Australia due to my sexy nekkidness. Games are expensive here. If something in the game extends its replayability I'm all for it. I don't want to spend $100 (that's $105US/£65) just for an eight hour game.
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25. Posted: Tue 27th Mar 2012 12:49 BST
I believe you're somewhat confused @Aviator. By contradicting my statement, you just contradicted your own. But I guess that's the norm between all Kings and Presidents.
Edited on Tue 27th March, 2012 @ 12:50 by Nintenbro
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26. Posted: Tue 27th Mar 2012 13:01 BST
I believe you're somewhat confused @Aviator.
I don't think so. You see Achievements as lazy ways to extend replayability.
I welcome the replayability, as I get value for money.
27. Posted: Tue 27th Mar 2012 13:34 BST
No, what the Wii U really needs is a built-in coffee maker. After all, EVERY hardcore console has a built-in coffee maker.
Nah I think it would be better if it had a blender. Teach kids to drink smoothies and fruit juice instead of getting hooked on caffeine! But I would buy it if it had a coffee maker
Edited on Tue 27th March, 2012 @ 13:35 by Nintenzo
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28. Posted: Tue 27th Mar 2012 13:48 BST
19Robb92 wrote:Nah, Achievements/Trophies are more of an annoyance to me than fun. They don't even do anything, such a worthless addition.Maybe an annoyance to you but others enjoy them. No reason to not have a feature when people want it.
Nah, Achievements/Trophies are more of an annoyance to me than fun. They don't even do anything, such a worthless addition.
Maybe an annoyance to you but others enjoy them. No reason to not have a feature when people want it.
I could say the exact same thing using the opposite argument. So that doesn't really mean much.
Aren't they sort of optional anyway? I mean they aren't required are they?
Nope. Optional would be me having a way to turn them of completely. Sure, I don't have to DO the achievements. But sometimes you actually do them by mistake or just because of exploration and a little achievement comes up in the corner with a annoying sound ruining the fun.
They should be able to be turned of completely if you want to.
Edited on Tue 27th March, 2012 @ 13:48 by 19Robb92
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29. Posted: Tue 27th Mar 2012 22:45 BST
They'll most likely include it, but for me it doesn't really matter. Although it does give an incentive to do certain things in games, it's not the driving force in games for me, but it would be nice and something that would give their games more replay-ability for many gamers.
30. Posted: Tue 27th Mar 2012 22:59 BST
Chrono_Cross wrote:Aren't they sort of optional anyway? I mean they aren't required are they?Nope. Optional would be me having a way to turn them of completely. Sure, I don't have to DO the achievements. But sometimes you actually do them by mistake or just because of exploration and a little achievement comes up in the corner with a annoying sound ruining the fun.They should be able to be turned of completely if you want to.
But they can. Even if you couldn't who said you had to get every achievement? Come on now.
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31. Posted: Tue 27th Mar 2012 23:09 BST
It needs to be compatible with the NES advantage.
32. Posted: Wed 28th Mar 2012 13:36 BST
better online servicethe virtual console service but with games from sega saturn, dreamcast, nintendo N64, gamecube, neo geothat it is powerful than the wii- never mind being on par with x box 360, PS3is backwards compatible with the wii and 3DSmore quality 3rd party titles and for the likes of capcom, konami, namco, SEGA to name to properly support this consolethat we see more less known nintendo franchises on the wii U- they deserve to be played as the likes of mario, zeldathat you can access your Facebook and twitter accounts and send messages to users via the wii U
Edited on Wed 28th March, 2012 @ 13:37 by misswliu81
33. Posted: Thu 29th Mar 2012 06:30 BST
I don't like achievements very much. In any game I play with achievements I just ignore them anyway. I'd like it to be more than just a gaming console, y'know, like with apps and such. Which they probably will have since they said it shouldn't be labeled as a home console 'cause it's so much more than that.