well, people are getting tired of the same games over and over again
lol explain COD. If you actually play the games, they are awesome. People that play the Wii U know what's up. It's not the same games over and over...you should actually play them. They provide a unique experience every time.
every cod has been rubbish since cod waw, I had a wii and sold it 4 months after I bought it, yeah games are great for a few days, then they are boring
mad on every comment lol
The problem is not that games will bore you out at a certain point, it is the challenge to find a game that never gets bored.
For me iy would be Cities XL Platinum.
They should stop region locking all of their games. While I was in Japan, I couldn't buy any games for my 3DS, so I stocked up on PlayStation games since they aren't region locked.
All I have to say is I don't have an Xbox ONE or PS4 but I have a WiiU and will get a 3DS soon. #NintendoFTW
Sad to think that nintendo is dead.
Bet I can guess their next game. Mario something?
Maybe the standard thinking of Nintendo Execs will finally change. Or maybe the Execs will change. For years the average user knew Nintendo was being driven into the ground by refusing to listen to gamers. Now the numbers are showing what we already knew. The question is, is it too late?
bas tastes in gaming then sry..so your gonna refuse great games that will have soon ps4 and xbox for a wii u?? wii u is embarrising
You know what is embarrassing? The fact that you spelled embarrassing wrong XP
Nintendo will be fine. They're just terrible at becoming complacent. The Wii and the DS were huge successes so their sales goals for the new consoles were aiming for similar heights.
Well sadly, it doesn't work like that. You need to keep making exciting things, there's only so much you can do with reputation.
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