[citation][nom]jlats26[/nom]that new controller looks kind of wiitarded[/citation]
"Ack! I don't know what to look at!" :: Eyes move up and down rapidly :: "Aaah me so tired!"
Will I have to account for the glare on my television as well as the glare on the controller? Could angling just right to compensate for glare on one screen cause more glare on the other? What if I don't hold it right? Do I need to invest in better curtains or blinds?
In my view, there's just too many competing hardware platforms these days for Nintendo to hold a strong hardware market position. I don't see them making the right moves and I think they'll follow Sega's course in the next 5 years or so.
I can't believe they're still selling 10 million Wiis / year. Who is buying these? I know a bunch of people that own them but I don't think any of them have played them 6+ months let alone bought any new games.
I can't wait for this system. So "wareze" me i would have to say i'm anxiously awaiting it. And i can jump on turtle shells my whole life "Netherscourge".
I've been waiting for this new system since i herd about it. I'm sick of sony, i'm sick of microsoft. I just want to go back to the days of Nintendo. I will be buying on Day one and i don't care if it flops. Ill be getting my mario fix in HD soon after and Zelda too.
Here's to the WiiU. Good luck Nintendo, i hope you don't flop.
[citation][nom]Netherscourge[/nom]Nintendo needs to ramp-up their graphics department.Kiddie looking games are soooo 1990's...All those 90's kids grew up and are playign Xbox/Playstation now.And how many times do we need a game with Mario and Luigi jumping on turtle shells?[/citation]
At least another 478 titles, just to be sure, with plenty of cross-over like "Donkey Kong Zelda Kart vs Sonic & Mario