komicturtle92 wrote:TheBitBlock wrote:Why isn't this guy dead yet?
I hope this isn't Josh speaking. That's very unprofessional and uncalled for...
JPNR wrote:Well this is typical. And we will hear this again just like we did with the Wii. Some of his points are valid, but in my opinion I think Nintendo knows this. I think Nintendo strategy is going to work down the line. Sell out for holidays and thru the launch window. Come out on E3 or maybe before and showcase 2013 must have exclusive titles built from the ground up. We already have something to look forwards in December with Nintendo Tvii. To me is surprising going to even instagram and seeing peoples reaction and kids actually wanting a Wii U. (Which thats the market for the Holidays...) So Nintendo will be alright. People see the potential and games like Nintendo Land and Mario U will catch on. We will see the numbers next month.
PEICanada7 wrote:He makes no sense in this video. He just talks out of both sides of his mouth. You can't have it both ways Sessler. You can't say that both casual, and core gamers won't buy a Wii U, but they all definitely flock to the next systems from Sony, and Microsoft. How does that make any sense? Why would casuals pass on the Wii U now, only to pay more for a system in a years time, with presumably no, or few casual games. If there are lots casual games at the launch of the 360 for Kinect 2, than isn't that just going to piss off the core 360 fans who only want hardcore games?
People just bought they're Kinects over the last two years, so are they going to run out to buy a whole new system next year to get a new version of the same thing? He brings up all these complaints about Nintendo, but than says it all going to fine for Microsoft, and Sony. Was the Vita all fine for Sony? Look at what going after the hardcore gamer did for that systems, so I think its absurd for people in the gaming press to think that Nintendo is going to just roll over, and die in a years time with the Wii U. Why? Did the Wii teach you people nothing?
It came out last, was way underpowered, and still won this generation by 30 million units. So if Nintendo can do that by being out last, what are they going to do by being out first? A 10 to 15 million head start is what they're going to do. I just don't get the logic of these people. Its like they're trying to will the system to fail. They're making up all these BS negatives reasons, that obviously don't exist. Because if it did exist, than why is the Wii U sold out like everywhere right now? Obviously, its not confusing people, obviously casual, and core gamers are picking it up, so he's right about over the next year, they'll have something to talk about. But hopefully its that the Wii U sales are just building, and building, and the other systems aren't even out yet to start to catch up.
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