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Savino

Savino

Open the pod bay door, HAL!

Male, 36, Brazil

I am from Brazil and learned english by myself (Thanks final fantasy 2 to 8), so... Forgive me if my posts seems a little confuse!

Joined:
Mon 20th June, 2011

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Savino

#4

Savino commented on This Is What Happened When A Kid Pitched Super...:

@BensonUii It is not political issue... and I am not even talking about not supporting NIntendo products... but people worship the company like it is the best and most correct company in the word!

The article itself claims that other companies would throw the letter away and don´t offer a single piece of evidence, or try to look if other companies did the same.

I like Nintendo, I play their games, and I want them to stop the support of companies that uses slave work!

Just stop thinking that Nintendo is diferent from Sony or Apple in any degree of business!

Savino

#5

Savino commented on This Is What Happened When A Kid Pitched Super...:

That´s absolutely not true! That "other companies would throw the letter in the garbage and only nintendo does it."

There´s a lot of company that makes products for kids that go in the same way, replying letters from the kids!

Ask the slave-children that mine some metals and nintendo buys it if they think that it is a friendly company!

*Lego Replies a Fan-Mail and send a Jay (and villan) figurine"

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Savino

#6

Savino commented on Video: YouTube's Gaming Historian Takes Offens...:

If mArio was oicture in Afrika as Mario with a Safari hat people would complain...
If Mario was picture in Afrika with a tongue people woukd complain!

The lesson here is: forget afrika, don't talk about afrika!!!

Dumb generation!

Savino

#16

Savino commented on First Impressions: We're Really Feeling It Wit...:

I will eventually get this game, but I will wait until the New 3ds get more exclusives and wirth its price! I mean, how long it will be there? 2 years? 3 if nintendo really push it... So unless they show a lot of exclusives coming at E3 I wouldnt put much faith in this version... Not to mention money!

Savino

#30

Savino commented on Nintendo Steps Away From The Brazilian Market:

@daniruy I never said here is perfect, but things get a lot better in the last decade! I work with 3D modeling and rendering but I have a psychology degree and worked a lot in favelas and poor comunities and I saw how those people lived and they achieved.

My "diarista" (how I say that in english) have a PS3, a 32" LCD tv and was asking me about the Xbox One. She earns about 1.500 dolars month
And she is a good example how things are getting better.

I dont know how Alckmin treated the schools in São Paulo but here in Minas I have to take my hat for Aécio off. One time I was doing a 3D study for a school here and had to lunch there and was one of the best lunchs I ever had!

About SUS (our public health system, for those reading this) is getting so good that I cancel my private health system and now me, my wife and kids are only using the SUS... And you can call me a high middle class, since I make about R$ 10.000 month!

But, I agree, nintendo market here is ridiculous, no ad, no investments, no eshop... I mean, nintendo never really cared about Brazil and te result we are seeing now!

As I said before, if taxes were a real problem, Apple wouldn't rise their price even more here, nor MS woldnt open a factory here.

Things are perfect here? No, far from that! But we dont live anymore in the country that people are trying to sell us!

Savino

#34

Savino commented on Nintendo Steps Away From The Brazilian Market:

@GuSolarFlare the fact is that people dont starve!
What most foreigns dont get it is that this people have only to pay for food and shelter! They have free health care and free education, where they get books, mdecial atention, high quality food and even the uniform!

More than that, we got credit! Every single person here with a job gets a credit card and then they pay those things in 200000x!

Savino

#36

Savino commented on Nintendo Steps Away From The Brazilian Market:

@Starwolf_UK The funny thing is that the high taxes here in Brazil, since the Snes, were always there... And nintendo always sold their consoles very well... The Wii was a success and they even expanded a lot here... Now that the WiiU is a completly failure in my country (you cant even find games to sell) they are blaming the taxes!

I dont disagree... It is very heavy for any company, but, if the company is selling, they will stay! Apple is selling its Iphone 6 for almost 1.500,00 dolars and people are buying like hot cakes!

Fact is, Nintendo has absolutly no market here anymore.

Savino

#39

Savino commented on Nintendo Steps Away From Brazilian Market:

The fact is that Nintendo, since the 90's was losing more and more space for playstation and xbox! People with nintendo products here are only the die-hard fans... I can find a lot more people with vita around my house than 3DS... About 5 times more!

If high taxes were a real problem Sony and MS would cease their production here too... Although our 1.600 US$ PS4 sells a lot more than the 400$ WiiU!

Savino

#42

Savino commented on Gallery: Here's What The New Nintendo 3DS Amba...:

Still wainting to see if this new version will pay off! I mean, there's only one game announced for it, and is a port from a wii game that I already own!

Faster loading time is ok, but not worth the price... I will buy one eventually, but I need to be sure that I am not buying a soon-to-be-replaced portable!

Savino

#44

Savino commented on The World's Oldest Video Game Media Brand Is B...:

Well... That is the future for all VideoGame magazines! I mean, who will buy a copy when you can read everything, for free, in the internet? You will wait a month to read a review or jump to nintendo life and other to read it?

I miss that time too, but we have to agree that times are way better now!