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61. Posted: Tue 9th Aug 2011 05:39 BST
It appears I was a little behind on this story as http://gonintendo.com released an article on this according to one of the moderators on my own site.
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62. Posted: Tue 9th Aug 2011 12:22 BST
WiiAboutU wrote:Hey, maybe our Wiis will be worth a lot of money in the future, because they'll contain WiiWare that can't be purchased any longer. And the lower the sales the title received the more rare it'll be $$$$$. (<:The only problem is most of the WiiWare that can no longer be purchased isn't very good, so they probably won't be in as high demand as, say, Mega Man 9 and World of Goo would (if they were system exclusives of course).
Hey, maybe our Wiis will be worth a lot of money in the future, because they'll contain WiiWare that can't be purchased any longer. And the lower the sales the title received the more rare it'll be $$$$$. (<:
The only problem is most of the WiiWare that can no longer be purchased isn't very good, so they probably won't be in as high demand as, say, Mega Man 9 and World of Goo would (if they were system exclusives of course).
How good a game is rarely has anyting to do with what collectors will pay for it. There are numerous examples of this on Virtual Boy where some of the worst games are the ones that go for the most money (Waterworld!).
The real question is whether virtual games will ever really have collectors value as unlike old cartridges etc there is literally no difference between ones bought officially and ones sourced from dubious means. In ten years time I imagaine that latter will become a common justification for these titles being viewed as abandonware.
Edited on Tue 9th August, 2011 @ 12:23 by Betagam7
63. Posted: Tue 9th Aug 2011 15:16 BST
this does bring up an interesting issue. Do you think having online games always available for purchase makes them less attractive in the consumer's eyes? Vs retail games that are supply limited... I'm not talking about the big sellers, since those are always available in excess at retail, but rather the smaller games that you don't expect to sell millions of copies and be in demand for years, like the magic obelisk. If it was a retail game (assuming for the sake of this argument such a thing made sense) it would have received a limited run of maybe a hundred thousand copies and that wold be all. Would that have encouraged interested customers not to wait? If so, does removing the game from WiiWare only to bring it back at a much later date have potential to increase demand?
64. Posted: Tue 9th Aug 2011 19:43 BST
@nObody I don't think it'll create anymore demand by removing a title and bringing it back later. I believe it's potential to sell would stay the same, as it would still appeal to the same crowd. It would just draw more attention from Wii owners who were potential buyers in the first place, but had chosen to procrastinate.
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65. Posted: Wed 10th Aug 2011 07:11 BST
Can someone change this topic to "Wiiware games removed from the wii shop" so we can keep tabs on all games that get removed in one place?Looking at you TBD
66. Posted: Wed 10th Aug 2011 11:00 BST
Well this sucks D|
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67. Posted: Wed 10th Aug 2011 15:07 BST
Did anyone contact Nintendo about the removal of these games?
68. Posted: Wed 10th Aug 2011 15:43 BST
yes. me. they said they forward the issue. waiting for a proper reply.
69. Posted: Thu 11th Aug 2011 09:23 BST
The next update is in a short while so lets hope no games are removed this week.
70. Posted: Thu 11th Aug 2011 21:44 BST
Well....I just found out neves plus is gone too here in north America. I was just just looking on the shop channel to show someone this game.Luckly for me I already got this game.
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71. Posted: Thu 11th Aug 2011 21:47 BST
I know several games were removed,but I can't figure out which ones other than Neves Plus
72. Posted: Thu 11th Aug 2011 21:52 BST
I wonder if they just took it today? Pretty freaking annoying that they keep doing this.
edit: And no one's still said why at for sure, right?
Edited on Thu 11th August, 2011 @ 21:53 by longtimegamer
73. Posted: Thu 11th Aug 2011 22:02 BST
Publishers usually request the removal of their games
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74. Posted: Thu 11th Aug 2011 22:06 BST
Thanks.......Why the heck would they do that? (Maybe closing down is one?)
75. Posted: Thu 11th Aug 2011 22:39 BST
I talked to someone at Nintendo and apparently Bruiser and scratch, Evasive Space, Pitcrew Panic, and Planet pachinko are gone as well. It was either Magic oblisk or Neves Plus (I think it might have MO) as far back as around April 2011.
edit: Wasn't someone on this site involved in the making of Planet Pichinko?
Edited on Thu 11th August, 2011 @ 22:41 by longtimegamer
76. Posted: Thu 11th Aug 2011 23:24 BST
This is very bad! Downloadable games should always stay available on the download services! Well, maybe not the shovelware. But good games getting removed is very bad! The magic obelisk never hit Europe sadly, though I feel for the Americans that still wanted to download it.
It also makes me a bit worried about DSiware! I want to catch up with DSiware when I have a 3DS. I really hope that by that time some of the games I want aren't removed!!!
77. Posted: Thu 11th Aug 2011 23:26 BST
I think only the original poster can change the name of a thread. All the original poster has to do is go to the first post and hit edit and delete the old name in the subject box and put in the new title.
Edited on Thu 11th August, 2011 @ 23:28 by Tasuki
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78. Posted: Fri 12th Aug 2011 19:55 BST
why are so many games disappearing? what's going on??
79. Posted: Fri 12th Aug 2011 20:50 BST
It's especially unsettling for european gamers since they aren't getting anything for the service But even in america we're only getting one new wiiware game a week vs. five or six which are being removed
80. Posted: Sat 13th Aug 2011 08:14 BST
"I'm a little annoyed that we weren't warned that this could happen. Does this happen on xbox and psn?The least they could have done was give us a headsup that these were to be taken off soon"
I agree. And I also wonder if this happens at Sony/Microsoft. After all I might pick up a PsVita in the future. Not only for PsVita games, but also to catch up with the downloadable Ps-one and Psp games!
And yes, this issue is worth a Nintendolife article! Because most people aren't aware that games on download-services doesn't stay forever (Well, not on Nintendo services apparently. I don't know how the situation is at Sony/Microsoft). It also proofs once again that cloud-storage is bad. If you buy a digital game, you should always download it to your device. That way they can't take it away from you!
Maybe the name of the topic should be changed yet again. This time it should be: Games that got removed from Nintendo download services. And maybe it's better suited for the "General discussion" section. Just a idea!
Edited on Sat 13th August, 2011 @ 08:26 by Henmii