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Sat 24th August, 2013

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Franklin commented on Nintendo Is A Slave To Its Past Success, SaysÂ...:

The Wii U was ill conceived, I think everyone can see that now.

Looks unlikely to me that Nintendo can pull it back with the NX, though many didn't foresee the success of the Wii after the GameCube.

Most likely I think they'll become a very different company. An established brand like Disney who still have an occasional hit, but are generally a shadow of what they were.

Whatever happens, Nintendo's classics will live on.



Franklin commented on Poll: What Did You Think of Nintendo's E3 Digi...:

Let's face it, there's not much Nintendo can do now. After Mario Maker, what is left? We're making our own levels, the magic is gone, we won't be very impressed with another New Super Mario Bros. They're out of ideas, it had to happen some time.

They'll just become a brand like Disney, selling toys as people remember the classics. It was good while it lasted, we'll always have the memories.

Thank-you Nintendo.



Franklin commented on Poll: What Did You Think of Nintendo's E3 Digi...:

2 most exciting games, Mario Tennis and Star Fox, haven't been improved upon since the N64.

I'd bet a lot of money on Zelda being delayed onto the NX.

Nintendo right now seems indicative of a lot of Japan, have a contempt for a lot of their customers. They are to buy and shut up. The World Championships nonsense represents nicely how they haven't moved on from the booming 90s where the consumer didn't mind so much as they had money in their pocket. These days, you can't afford to be a dick.



Franklin commented on Talking Point: The Fragility of Buying Downloa...:

"the user licences were revoked, meaning that any of the over one million people that originally downloaded it would no longer be able to do so if they were to delete it."

Don't delete it then. I had the DKC trilogy, and the removal from the eShop had no effect at all. I''d no more suggest deleting a game than throwing away an old cartridge.