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Topic: What will be the "selling point" for you?

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Chrono_Cross

101. Posted:

grumblebuzzz wrote:

A game that I absolutely cannot live without playing. For the Wii, that was Super Mario Galaxy and those are some big, big shoes to fill.

They're like galaxy sized maaan. :P

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Shadowflash

102. Posted:

A free turkey dinner with every Wii U :D.

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CanisWolfred

103. Posted:

firearrow505 wrote:

3 Nintendo games at launch, and not no Steel Diver or Pilotwings i want Pikman 3, Mario, Kirby or Donkey Kong. and about $300-$350 for WiiU

I'd much rather see a small/new game from Nintendo at launch myself. Pikmin and Mario are already likely, so why not? I thought Pilot Wings was a perfect launch title.

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EvilLucario

104. Posted:

Actually, it (kinda) makes sense to price games at $49.99. Though they lose out on $10 of profits and can make a huge difference in blockbuster, triple-A games, it incises people to buy more games. Gaming as it is ain't cheap, and the more games we buy = the game industry growing.

Remember, guys, I want:

  • Ace Combat 7
  • Metroid V / Dread
  • Call of Duty 10 (hey, you gotta have Call of Duty anyways; plus, hating on Call of Duty is childish, considering they're actually GOOD games compared to Guitar Hero)
  • Tales of _______
  • Resident Evil 6
  • Darksiders II
  • Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Online
  • Rayman Legends
  • Retro Studios' new game

Also, I want Nintendo to get me into their online gaming network. Kid Icarus: Uprising was an excellent start. Oh, and remame the eShop on Wii U the uShop. Get it? U Shop?

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On topic, I want Nintendo to deliver with a good online store / network, great games, and possibly lowered prices. Maybe on the $49.99 mark?

Games I'm getting: None

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Bankai

105. Posted:

Gaming as it is ain't cheap, and the more games we buy = the game industry growing.

That's possibly the most flawed economic strategy I've ever seen. It's one we see often enough, and it's precisely what the games industry is trying to encourage, but it's flawed and unsustainable at its very core.

The industry needs to figure out how to incentivise people to spend more money on games, not encourage the devaluation of the medium.

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cc-plus

106. Posted:

Wii U RPG by Monolift Soft. My 3DS satisfies every other itch except that. ;)

Whether I buy a Wii U or not really boils down to a steady stream of games that interest me, better third party support and whether the console has other features that make me want to use it when I'm not playing games. Something like better online or a unique feature like streetpass was for the 3DS.

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skywake

107. Posted:

ChocoGoldfish wrote:

Gaming as it is ain't cheap, and the more games we buy = the game industry growing.

That's possibly the most flawed economic strategy I've ever seen. It's one we see often enough, and it's precisely what the games industry is trying to encourage, but it's flawed and unsustainable at its very core.

The industry needs to figure out how to incentivise people to spend more money on games, not encourage the devaluation of the medium.

It's called the Angry Birds strategy :(

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