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kdognumba1

kdognumba1

United States

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#6

kdognumba1 commented on Wii U Purchasing Intent Increases By Half In T...:

I'm not surprised by this one at all. I've been seeing a lot of people on the net say they want, are getting, or just bought a WiiU and know 3 people who bought one after E3. Nintendo needs to do E3 like this more often.

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#14

kdognumba1 commented on Wii U Reportedly Uses Less Energy to Run Than ...:

So basically, with Wii U you have Backwards Compatibility with the previous gens controllers, you have free online, and the system takes up an incredibly low amount of energy.

Regardless of if you like or dislike the system or games, the fact of the matter is you're saving quite a bit of money going Wii U. Personally, myself, the more money I have freed up to spend on things, the better.

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#23

kdognumba1 commented on Poll: Nintendo and the Wii U Fight For Your At...:

My own research I did to see the systems availability seemed pretty positive. Granted, I did this on early Saturday so things could have changed a bit. Did this from Killeen, TX in the US.


Gamestop - The NSMBU/NSLU bundle, which was only sold online, was on their sites best sellers from late thursday to about mid day Friday till it sold out. The WWHD bundle is available online but 6 out of 8 stores near me have low stock. Their Skylanders + giftcard bundle is available online but can't look it up in stores. The normal 32 gig deluxe model is sold out online and low stock in 3 out of 8 stores near me.

On a side note SM3DWorld has held a spot on best sellers since mid day yesterday.

http://goo.gl/tLMhsy


Walmart - Walmarts own bundle with NSMBU/NSLU has been in its top electronics list since the beginning of all of the sales. The NSMBU/NSLU bundle is in stock online and sold out in 5 out of 19 stores near me. The WWHD bundle is sold out online and of the 3 stores that "were" still selling it 1 is now sold out. The normal 32 gig deluxe model is sold out online and of the 2 stores that were selling it, 1 is sold out. The Zombi U bundle is still being sold online but out of the 7 stores that were selling it 0 have it in stock.

http://goo.gl/WtZmpH

http://goo.gl/fdRJE


Best Buy - Best Buy's specialty NSMBU/NSLU bundle isn't available for shipping with the Mario remote version sold out in 5 out of 10 stores near me and the Luigi remote version sold out in 6 out of 10 stores near me. The Skylanders bundle is sold out online and sold out in all 10 stores near me. The WWHD bundle is available online and is sold out in 5 out of 10 stores near me. The normal 32 gig deluxe model is available to buy online but not available for shipping and is sold out in 9 out of 10 stores near me. The normal NSMBU/NSLU bundle is available online and in all 10 stores near me.

On a side note, only 4... FOUR deals on Wii U games remain on their site.

http://goo.gl/viq2HA

http://goo.gl/TnKkFn


Target - The Lego City, Pikmin 3, and Wonderful 101 32 gig deluxe bundles, all of which are only available online are sold out. The NSMBU/NSLU bundle is sold out online and sold out in 8 out of 20 stores near me. The WWHD bundle is sold out online and isn't sold in stores. The Skylanders bundle is sold out online and sold out in all 20 stores near me. The normal 32 gig deluxe model is sold out online and sold out in 16 out of 20 stores near me.

http://goo.gl/nv5xAu

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#26

kdognumba1 commented on Poll: As the PS4 Arrives, What Do You Think of...:

TBH, I don't envision any of the 3 systems selling as well as there predecessors. Much of the expanded market that picked up Wii and DS have moved on to smartphones and social games as well as many gamers who aren't nostalgic and don't have any allegiances moved to PC gaming.

That said, it will be interesting to see how the Steambox does. If it takes off, it'll put some serious strain on all the console companies but especially the higher end ones.

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#29

kdognumba1 commented on Mamma Mia! The Mario & Luigi Wii U Bundle Is S...:

Wii U's worldwide sales from the week ending in Oct 5th to Oct 26th are at 275,375 (according to vgchartz). 227,874 of that is from EU & NA. That was from a price drop and WWHD bundle, a game that's over 10 years old. Think about that, now imagine sales for bundles of new, exclusive games.

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#41

kdognumba1 commented on The Wonderful 101's Download Will Grab Over 10...:

I figured as much, the game looked like it had quite a bit going on on screen. Also I love the fact Nintendo has so many deals going on right now for their systems. They're really encouraging people to buy stuff on their platforms.

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#43

kdognumba1 commented on Kingdom Hearts III Highly Unlikely To Appear O...:

Personally, I already knew this was the case. As for looking at whats possible on the Wii U, looking at Monoliths new game X, Red Dead Redemption from consoles, and new open world games for PS4 and Xbox One such as MGS5, I'd say Wii U has shown that it can push graphics out that are indeed better then the previous generation but not quite as good as the best of the 8th gen. Of course, not supporting the new Direct X is going to also put a wrench in a lot of games getting ported over but the Wii U is still quite capable and it will be interesting to see what type of games come in its future.

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#44

kdognumba1 commented on Warner Bros. Believes In Wii U, Thinks E3 Game...:

I think they're making a smart bet. Thing is, the Wii U launched without any first party software to really grab early adopters and most the 3rd party IP was ports. This will soon change big time when Nintendo drops the hammer and quite frankly, it's smart for 3rd parties to be there to capitalize on this.

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#46

kdognumba1 commented on Consumers Go Crazy For Wii U Following Xbox On...:

Look, plain and simple, as it stands right now, the Wii U is the only consumer friendly system and the only system that will have the features we've come to expect while continuing the traditions that make console gaming great. Microsoft for sure completely road off what most established gamers look for in their systems and Sony while not officially doing everything the Xbox One does, is officially doing some of the things that turn people off and they "might" be doing others. This leaves Nintendo and to be honest, with Nintendo's line up on the way, it's going to be hard to argue against the system anymore.