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Thu 6th August, 2009

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TingLz commented on Today Was Reggie Fils-Aime’s 54th Birthday:

@Quorthon Fact check first. Microsoft bought Rare in 2002, one year before Reggie even joined Nintendo. Also, Microsoft owned 51% of Rare after some key staff sold their shares. Nintendo had to sell them or else have some sort of deal with Microsoft.



TingLz commented on Nintendo Working On New 'Dedicated Game Platfo...:

@Grumblevolcano Even if they announced it "too soon" to you, you have to keep in mind that this should not even be that surprising to anyone. Console development takes years. Heck we knew about Project Dolphin and Revolution before their official "reveal."

Iwata made this announcement to counter any criticism that Nintendo was leaving the console development. It's all about confidence.



TingLz commented on Guide: Everything We Know So Far About Nintend...:

So many are worried because they are entering the mobile space? Let me ask one question: why is mobile so bad without using the argument "I just don't like it"?

I get that some mobile games are bad, but at the same time there have been quite a few successes.



TingLz commented on Nintendo Confirms Wil Wheaton as Voice Actor f...:

Boycotting a game over a voice actor is plain stupid to me. The VA already got paid for the work, so how is boycotting supposed to accomplish anything?

Second, I really don't give a crap about what they do outside their work.



TingLz commented on Talking Point: New Nintendo 3DS, Operation Fac...:

@Bazly I'm not the writer nor writing staff, but these are my responses anyway.

About the writing, you seem to have misplaced the order of the argument in the first place. If you read carefully, he started with "we understand fans' discouragement and think it's justified" and then he tried to explain possible explanations and logic for Nintendo's decision. From my perspective, he wrote equally on both sides trying to give both sides the benefit of the doubt.

Even in the conclusion, he mentions that fans are justified to have complaints for a lack of options. Now I'm not sure how this exactly favors Nintendo, but I suggest a reread before you make scathing accusations.