Topic: Nintendo says "many more" VC games are on the way.

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I meant the reply from Nintendo sounds like a winner to me unlike that one about 10 VC games a month.

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Super+Smash+Bros wrote:

And who is Mina Harris? Since I don't know her, I'm not sure if Nintendo is telling the truth.

Yeah, I'm sure Reggie is going to personally reply to your emails. They train nobodies to answer the emails, and tell them what to tell us.



well lets just hope we get a game for vc on monday! (SSB64 anyone?)

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I receive the same thing:


Thank you for contacting Nintendo. I’m happy to address your concerns regarding the Wii’s Virtual Console service.

Each week we make available a mix of Virtual Console, WiiWare, and DSiWare games. Combined, these services currently provide gamers with hundreds of fun and interesting downloadable games to choose from. There is no preset schedule as to how many games will become available in a given week, but I can assure you that many more Virtual Console, WiiWare, and Nintendo DSiWare games are on the way!

I can also assure you that your comments have been forwarded to the appropriate departments for further review and will be added to the feedback record for the Virtual Console service. Again, thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts with us.


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From: "[email protected]" <[email protected]>
Received: 7/28/09 8:23:40 PM PDT
To: Nintendo <[email protected]>
Subject: Webform: Wii > General Questions/Feedback

Hey nintendo,

I would just like to know why you did not add Virtual Console games the last two weeks?

Thank you for answering me and continue your great job:)




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@toughboy: You might want to hide your email.

I'd take his advice.

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@Tony "a winner is you" Are you refferring to the statement Fawful made in M&L bowser's inside story?

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@Tony "a winner is you" Are you refferring to the statement Fawful made in M&L bowser's inside story?

Ha Ha no way that's a classic quote from the NES Pro Wrestling game. I think the Japanese VC list was updated the only games I could tell that were released were Pitfall and Relics for the MSX. The rest I can't read

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Well they better make haste with Super Mario Kart and Yoshi's Island.

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This canned response from Nintendo has been more pored over and analyzed than Osama bin Laden's last video tape.

One thing's for certain - Monday's gonna be entertaining!



@Vendetta: If they release a good game on August 3rd, 2009.

BTW, we should be anticapating every Monday for Virtual Console, not be feared of having only bad games or nothing at all.

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Mickeymac wrote:

I think it was safe to say that more VC games are going to appear. I think the question is whether we'll get them once a week or once a year.

This is the crux of the issue; "many more" doesn't give us any kind of time frame to work with. It isn't even a big commitment aside from that, given their wording; nine games could be "many more" in their own interpretation, for all we know.

That said, from their PR standpoint vagueness may be the best route when it comes to keeping people satisfied. The idea basically being that you don't make too many public promises or give too many specifics--in other words, don't up expectations--so that people will be pleasantly surprised when they you and people won't be too annoyed when you don't. If I was feeling optimistic, I might point out that no matter what kind of plans Nintendo has behind the scenes, it would still be unlikely that their emails would ever be much more hopeful than this one.


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