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WiiULoveGBA

WiiULoveGBA

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WiiULoveGBA

#6

WiiULoveGBA commented on Nintendo Involved In Patent Dispute Over Wii U...:

Patent trolling is becoming such a widespread way of money getting. It affects far more than businesses like Nintendo. In fact I was listening to a podcaster who's podcast along with other podcasts came under lawsuit by patent trollers.

In many cases depending on the amount they are suing for, these groups just aim to be paid out a settlement because they know it may cost these companies more in legal fees to defend their property. So the companies could be tempted to just pay out a settlement to end the litigation.

In the cases of true patent trolling - groups that go out and file patents to later sue businesses - it's just terrible profiteering.

WiiULoveGBA

#9

WiiULoveGBA commented on Space Shooter Cosmochoria Lowers Wii U Kicksta...:

@mantrakid I actually really and very much appreciate the lowered stretch goal after checking out your kickstarter earlier this week. I should clarify that my comments speak to other kickstarters I've seen that dont ever bring their Wii U stretch goal down to a level that would communicate a real consideration for the platform or the kickstarters that just flat out know they are only teasing support of the platform. So again, I can certainly appreciate your research here where others, at least for me, haven't quite demonstrated as much. The game is looking really compelling though, and props on the Wii U approval :)

I do love the kickstarter opportunity that indie devs have now. it's a good thing so far in my opinion.

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#10

WiiULoveGBA commented on Space Shooter Cosmochoria Lowers Wii U Kicksta...:

These kickstarters always want to tap into the very active online Nintendo community cause it can mean $$. All these met Wii U stretch goals from these various kickstarters better deliver and not just fly by night like that Sunbreak Games Studio Nintendo Life helped promote by a faint promise of "looking into Wii U" when the kickstarter got desperate.

WiiULoveGBA

#11

WiiULoveGBA commented on Talking Point: Amazon Fire TV is an Early Warn...:

Nintendo has a lot riding on its QOL platform to return the company to profitability. Remember, Nintendo is in the business of manufacturing, software is just the icing for its current setup. If the new platform flops then the Wii U's problems now for Nintendo will suddenly look like a walk in the park. Nintendo needs another industry to prop up and cross promote its game business through like all it's competitors have.

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#31

WiiULoveGBA commented on NES Remix 2 Features A Mode Which Mimics The 1...:

This game for me is now really the only way to play NES games. I have all the NES classics, they are essential, I just don't get around to them like I used to anymore and this game does a good job of giving me that NES retro injection I crave sometimes.

WiiULoveGBA

#32

WiiULoveGBA commented on Review: Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga (Wii U e...:

@DarkCoolEdge No way do they look bad! On pixel perfect mode these games look beautifully crisp. If people are ashamed of pixels then I can see why they'd want to hide them with a small screen. Anyone who appreciates pixel art will particularly find GBA games on 1080p TV a really neat thing because of the fewer therefore larger pixels than SNES games display in a TV.

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#37

WiiULoveGBA commented on 'Mr. Tetris', Henk Rogers, Discusses Game Boy ...:

The problem isn't Nintendo, they are as steady as tetris. The world just needs to chill a bit more from the sports and intense violence genres and come play some Mario and pikmin on nintendo's turf, just buy the darn Wii U lol

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#42

WiiULoveGBA commented on Feature: Kickstarter's Wii U and 3DS Campaigns...:

Nothing grabbing me these days. Shovel Knight and Mighty#9 was the last thing to excite me and there are some indies like Scram Kitty and Treasurenauts already scheduled for eShop that I need to get my hands on first before I look forward to more.