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You do realise that the 175k NEW 3DSXL sold first week in the USA as I predicted,is a slap for your february's npd low prediction...
Any comment about it?
"There were over 100 million Wii owners, only 3 RPGs sold over 1 million, hence the Wii audience was not big on RPGs, how hard is that to understand?"
The rpgs THAT CAME OUT sold acordingly for what they were. what's so hard about it? the NINTENDO audience is big on rpgs.
The RPG audience was clearly not on Wii, stop denying it
"The other 7th gen devices did have strong RPG sales so developers kept releasing RPGs for them." acording to your logic for what good sales mean, no, they didn't.
"The average RPG on Wii sold less than 1 million meaning on average less than 1% of Wii owners owned an RPG." this logic puts a huge amount of games from nearly all genres and all platfroms on the same boat as the rpgs you describe.
I believe you are correct here.
Thanks for accepting my FR! (:
You know, I think you were on of the first people I've added IIRC, VGC has been unfriending a lot of people for me recently ):
anyways, have you thought about what you wanted for that bet yet? :P
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Soundwave said: Wasn't really a huge surprise to me but I can understand some people losing it. Zelda being delayed is like the straw that broke the camel's back for a lot of people. Nintendo fans get great Nintendo games, but they also put up with a lot of sh*t from Nintendo. Outdated hardware that's generally a generation behind Sony/MS (and isn't cheap either, $300 for a Wii U and...
zelmusario said:Not the same situation. The Gamecube had a full-fledged Zelda title and Wii U doesn't. Not to mention that the lifecycle would be much shorter than any other Nintendo console, risking alienation from their customers. All in all, I don't necessarily disagree with you, but it doesn't seem THAT obvious. Not at all. You are hereby demoted from Captain to Private...
Soundwave said: To be honest if Sega didn't run out of money, the Dreamcast may have very well outsold the GameCube and XBox to finish no.2 that generation. They sold about 10 million between 1999-2001, they may well have been able to finish at around 25 million or so, which would've made them no.2 that generation had they not run out of money, lol. When Nintendo releases Nintendo CD...
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