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SanderEvers

SanderEvers

Male, 30, Netherlands

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SanderEvers

#1

SanderEvers commented on Talking Point: The Wii U eShop is Raising Toug...:

My take on this is really simple. There has always been shovelware. ALWAYS.

On the NES, on the SNES, on the N64, on the GameCube, on the Wii, so also on the Wii U. (And all other consoles, handhelds and pcs) Is this bad? Nope.

1. Games that are developed by inexperienced developers will actually make them (the developers) better. So their next game(s) will not be that bad.

2. Some games developed by major companies in a short time to tie in with a movie or event are always bad. Why? Because there was little to no time to actually test/develop the game.

3. A game you think is bad might be good for someone else. You are not the only gamer on the planet, and there are gamers who like other kinds of games. Or different kinds of gameplay.

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#11

SanderEvers commented on Talking Point: Should Nintendo Be Promoting Th...:

The gamepad isn't a tablet, so it's not a tablet killer. The Wii U needs to be powered on for it to be useful.

However this is an entire PC inside of a tablet:
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Sorry, I LOVE Nintendo, but the Wii U GamePad will never be able to beat that.

The GamePad is a wireless monitor with a controller built in. You can use it to display games on it, or use it as a second screen. That's all. (And that's all that's needed).

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#44

SanderEvers commented on Talking Point: Nintendo Should Beware the Slip...:

I'm saying this once.

Nintendo needs more people to buy a Wii U. And if they attract a new audience by cooperating with Mercedes (or any other company) that's a win-win for everyone.

Win for mercedes: It can advertise Mario driving in one of their cars.
Win for Nintendo: this advertisement at least gave them some cash. And might get more people to buy a Wii U /w MarioKart 8.
Win for everyone else: more people buying a Wii U means a bigger installed base, means more games for the Wii U.

I've said it before, it looks like NintendoLife wants the Wii U / Nintendo to fail.

I've also said this before: If you don't like it, don't download it. It's not like they're forcing you to get the DLC...... Sheez.

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#50

SanderEvers commented on Review: How to Train Your Dragon 2 (Wii U):

@Nik-Davies I costs A LOT of time to make a big open world game. Like years, and I'm not talking about 2. A nice linear game with some cut-scenes is number 2 which take 1 to 2 years to complete. What's left are the lousy licensed movie games that, well, stink and are made in less than a year.

Games like these are made for small children that ask their parents to buy a game because they've seen the movie in the cinema and think it's going to be awesome. They will play it once or twice and go on to the Next Big Thing.