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Punished_Boss_84

Punished_Boss_84

I'm loyal to my purpose, my beliefs

Male, 19, United Kingdom

DBZ, GTA, MGS are the most exceptional franchises in mankind, Pokemon lost it with XY. Favourite Movies: James Bond Films, Die Hard, The Spy Next Door, Rush Hour. Favourites Shows: Cheers, Frasier, Melissa & Joey, Revenge, The 100, Family Guy, American Dad, Friends, Two & Half Men, My Family.

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Punished_Boss_84

#19

Punished_Boss_84 commented on Interview: Nintendo's Damon Baker on the eShop...:

@liljmoore
Nintendo has no authority to dictate. Ironic, considering they publish Pokemon games, which takes on every so called evil you're accusing third parties of.

Broken? Check. Annual? Check. Abused microtransactions? Check. Locking Difficulties behind versions? Check. Quailty decline? Check. Two versions then a third version to follow later? Milked? Check.

Not even third parties are as bad as GameFreak and Co. But if you want to continue in the belief that Nintendo is exempted from this, then go ahead.

Punished_Boss_84

#20

Punished_Boss_84 commented on Interview: Nintendo's Damon Baker on the eShop...:

@liljmoore
And you think Nintendo is exempted from this? I don't think so. They lead the charge every so often. All that comment from Nintendo reinforces, is that their a prehistoric dinosaur, living in their own bubble, thinking they can dictate third parties. This isn't the old days anymore, that approach does not fly in the console market.

Punished_Boss_84

#28

Punished_Boss_84 commented on Weirdness: BAFTA Appears To Have Clean Forgott...:

The BAFTAs have done to 3DS what Third Parties & Sony have done to Vita...

Shunned it from public eyes, well this is the UK, Nintendo's weakest market so thats why.

"BAFTA Appears To Have Clean Forgotten That The Nintendo 3DS Even Exists" Clean or clearly?

Punished_Boss_84

#38

Punished_Boss_84 commented on Nintendo Stays in Profit With Wii U on Target,...:

@midnafanboy
What do the most continuous successful home consoles have in common? Not just brand specific exclusives, not just third party games, not just a selection of popular/niche Japanese games, not just the big amount of marketing (product placement in games, ad etc, own advertising), not just a modern advancement in the industry, its the established promise of them all.

The quality of ports isn't the problem, the problem is the fanbase won't touch anything without Nintendo's stable of franchises at front and center. Hyrule Warriors & another Warriors game on Wii U proved that nicely. The problem is Nintendo is going to have work with every third party to create a Nintendo cloned version of third party games for any success. That is the problem.