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C-Olimar

C-Olimar

United Kingdom

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C-Olimar

#5

C-Olimar commented on Ubisoft's Latest UK Release Schedule Still Sho...:

@TreonsRealm Ubisoft don't believe the Wii U is only owned by families. They said the game they are holding back is a family game and they are waiting for more of those kind of consumers to buy Wii U systems.

The Wii U is owned by Nintendo fans reluctant to try new experiences.

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#20

C-Olimar commented on Mario Kart 8 DLC Coming In November, Features ...:

Oh wow, best DLC ever! This is seriously great, 16 new tracks, 8 karts (plus 3 Mercedes), 6 characters, new Yoshi and Shy Guy colours, only £14! So cheap!
Hopefully this is a long term thing and Nintendo keeps adding DLC 'til MK10 on Wii 3.
(How about a MK7 update for DLC as well Ninty?)

C-Olimar

#24

C-Olimar commented on Nintendo Download: 28th August (Europe):

@Ventilator It takes a long time to make a Mario Kart track.
On the plus side, there are files for CupIconDLC00 to CupIconDLC03 on the game disc, so it looks like we'll get a fairly substantial amount of new tracks (16, if we're getting 4 per cup).
Please note that there isn't actually any data, just (possibly) placeholder art and titles for the cup. This isn't on-disc DLC that has been held back from release. The art is pictures of Boo, Shine Sprite, Blue Shell and Yoshi Egg.
I for one am excited to play a MK game with 48 tracks!

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#43

C-Olimar commented on Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Delay in Europe...:

What are families going to buy this Xmas???
Seems like Nintendo has written off this year for the Wii U. Which is a smart startegy. I mean, next year, PS and Xbox will start to get good games as well! More competition= more profit!
Um.

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#48

C-Olimar commented on Reaction: Nintendo's Drop in Momentum Is A Big...:

3DS will have its last decent Christmas this year before sales plummet.
Wii U will have a terrible Xmas but will bounce back next year. Sales will still remain low, however.

Nintendo will tell us how they have learnt from this when they announce their next consoles, then will make the same mistakes they have been making for the past 10-15 years.

What a well-run company :/