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Wed 30th July, 2014

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Dipper723 commented on Poll: Should Nintendo Follow Microsoft's Lead ...:

@Peach64 You are saving money getting bundles. The Super Mario 3D World + Nintendo Land Bundle is $299.99

If you got a Wii U alone ($299.99), 3D World alone ($59.99) and Nintendo Land alone ($59.99) You would be spending $419.97, which is $119.98 you could have saved.

NOTE: I'm not sure if Nintendo Land costs $59.99, I looked at the eShop, and they don't have a price for some reason.



Dipper723 commented on Poll: Should Nintendo Follow Microsoft's Lead ...:

When the Wii U was priced at $349.99 they were selling it at a loss. Now that it's $299.99 they're selling it at a bigger loss, so dropping the price will make Nintendo lose A LOT more money.

EDIT: Okay, they said in May it's now profitable, but Nintendo has been losing money for 3 years, so they should keep it there.



Dipper723 commented on Wii U Owner Proves That Rejecting The End-User...:

@Kyloctopus said: "This agreement actually goes against topics such as Mario Kart 8 homebrew. At the moment we know one group is in the middle of modding the game to gain a competitive scene and I'm sure someone out there wants to do something similar with the upcoming Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, like what happened with Project M. Project M has grown to become quite popular in the fighting scene. This End-User Agreement goes against modding which some people are justified to be angry about."

AKA, illegal software.



Dipper723 commented on Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty Wii U Delay Seems to b...:

The people who bought an 8GB Wii U, have no intention of buying eShop games, because 8GB is actually LESS space for mandatory updates and save data. So don't cater to the people who bought an 8GB Wii U, because they're not interested. And if they ARE interested they would have gotten an external hard drive, so there's no problem anymore.



Dipper723 commented on The Club Nintendo Rewards for October Have Bee...:

Next Month:
Baseball. Pinball, Golf, Volleyball

But seriously, it's cheaper to just buy these games off the eShop. Think about it, you have to buy a $59.99 three times to get over 200 coins to buy these, or just pay $4.99 or $7.99. In the money it takes you to get 200 coins, you can get at least 22 games or at most 36 games.