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W1totalk

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#1

W1totalk commented on Project H.A.M.M.E.R. Exposé Reveals Torrid St...:

I think it's a clash of ideals more than it is nationlism. Bayonetta on it's own is suitable for the Japanese market. Americans might need Bayonetta, Devil May Cry, and similar titles, and different varieties in order to be appeased. The fact that the only fighting title on Nintendo is Tekken Tag and Smash Brother is quality, but at the same time lacking is a concern.

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#2

W1totalk commented on Project H.A.M.M.E.R. Exposé Reveals Torrid St...:

It's clear this explains a few things in terms of the direction of titles on Nintendo products. It is a Japanese console, but the concern should be is Nintendo blindly catering to Japan's trends.
The 3DS, as mobile products are extremely popular in Japan, is getting the most diverse content, and focus. It is really pulling most of the Nintendo's support, while Wii U is more of a second thought. If Wii U were thought of first, games like IronFall, Project Steam, and even Street Fighter would have made their appearance on the 3DS, and Wii U.

Nintendo would have better offer creating the Wii U Gamepad as a 3DS-type. It would service the needs of the portable market. It would serve as a portable, and home platform, with strong, varied content, and not just be directed at Japan's audience. Fatal Frame, for example, should have immediately come over to the US. Instead, it's out in Japan, and October it will come over here.
NOA has good ideas, and hopefully does not have to be pushed aside for ideals based on the source market. America has competition and Nintendo has to be part of it, on all levels, and platforms, in a decent way.

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#3

W1totalk commented on Feature: What If The SNES PlayStation Had Actu...:

I always believed Nintendo and Sony would take their competitive natures into the console. I could only imagine if Nintendo developed Metroid and Sony developed character in the world as an adversary. Nintendo and Sega have touched on some content, but a deeper combination would be really interesting. Sonic is in Smash Brothers, but what if Mario was in a gadget foot racing game from Sega? Sony and Nintendo could have done some great things.

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#7

W1totalk commented on We'd Be Cheating Fans By Bringing Assassin's C...:

It's a shame Rayman had a following and probably would have had a huge windfall, in its initial release of Wii U. Ac3 is broken on Wii U, I had played it. Assasin's Creed 4 was lacking. I played it. The fact that it did not sell is simply because the content hadn't been on a Nintendo system before. That doesn't mean you abandon mature gaming on the console. Zombi U sold and still is selling. What could happen is these games no longer will be available on any consoles and there are other companies who can similar, better or different content. EA is biding their time. Ubisoft shouldn't mess round in the same areas. It's a shame. In the name of content and what each unique console brings, simply create content in order to be creatively and financially successful. Just Dance, Rabids and Rayman will only get that small share. There needs to be a whole quality package to Wii U, with mature, wholesome and other content. It will sell and net them profits.

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#8

W1totalk commented on A Third-Party "Secret Developer" Gives an Insi...:

Project Cars is coming. In the end, and the careful time Slightly Mad has taken to make the game, if you like racing games, will it be worth it? I have seen some of the work put into that game and it is a beast. Can Wii U owners be patience and content with not only solid graphics but great gameplay? if Project Cars proves to be that?