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H3ro_of_tim3

H3ro_of_tim3

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#1

H3ro_of_tim3 commented on Wii U Will be a 'Great Value Proposition':

I don't see any possibility that the system goes for less than $300, which I've read some predicting. I think $300 US dollars is an amazing price, but I'm honestly expecting a $350 tag, which is still a good price. In my opinion, anything above $350 is a baaaad move by Nintendo. They need to get the system placed at a value that makes it competitive with the rest of the console market. If they can pull this off, I think the launch will be a massive success. Can't wait!

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#2

H3ro_of_tim3 commented on Feature: Nintendo Land's Potential:

@LavaTwilight: I see your point, and please don't get me wrong: I believe that NintendoLand looks like a great game. I'm sure that it would do well as a stand alone game as well, but I believe that it would be much more beneficial as a
Packaged in game due to the fact that it would drive sales of the system, especially for those that are a bit unsure about buying a Wii U at launch. Games like these sell well, but look at something like Mario Party. These are games for casual gamers, and many "hardcore" gamers aren't going to spend $50 on a Mario Party game. I believe it's the same sort of audience that would consider paying retail for NLand. I believe that Nintendo knows how to make a great game, and no doubt it would be worth the price tag, but I believe that people that are still nervous about taking a risk (although I don't see it as one personally) on a new system would be lured in much more easily with a first party star like NLand.

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#3

H3ro_of_tim3 commented on Feature: Nintendo Land's Potential:

@Lew3107 Agreed. I think as a packaged in game, NintendoLand has the potential to be miles ahead of Wii Sports or anything of the like, and I think it can be an awesome gateway for other Ninty IP's like F-Zero, Animal Crossing, etc. This could be the game that brings gamers both casual and "hardcore" out at launch if it's included. I've always been a Nintendo fan, and I trust that they won't disappoint.

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#4

H3ro_of_tim3 commented on Feature: Nintendo Land's Potential:

I will admit I was originally underwhelmed by NintendoLand, but now that I've had some time to mull it over, I think it's the right move from Nintendo. However, I believe releasing it as a full price irst party title with launch would be a colossal mistake. This game has the potential to set system sales in fire by packaging it in with the Wii U. Anything else, IMO, would be counterproductive.

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#5

H3ro_of_tim3 commented on Preview: Wii U Hands-On:

After all that E3 revealed, regardless of the fact that there wasn't really any big "surprises" that we've all grown so accustomed to from the big N, I believe that Nintendo successfully made the Wii U incredibly appealing. Sure, we didn't see any glimpses of a Zelda for the 3DS, and we all pretty much knew SMBU was coming in some fashion (not to mention Pikmin 3). But in the end, I found myself anxious to jump forward to the October/November window where we will surely see the Wii U hit store shelves. And for the first time in more than a decade, I will be waiting in line at midnight to take home my own brand new Nintendo Next Gen console. Let the anxious anticipation and long nights waiting begin.