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    Are Nintendo games held to an unrealistic standard?

    in Nintendo Discussion 1 hour ago

    The_Liquid_Laser said: I already said in a previous post that I am good with Nintendo making Labo, because it is so unique that it can attract new customers to the system.  Labo fits the description of creative and niche.  Arms is really just a fighting game.  I am ok that they made it once, but it shouldn't get a sequel.  Now that they know it won't sell a ton, then...

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    Are Nintendo games held to an unrealistic standard?

    in Nintendo Discussion 9 hours ago

    The_Liquid_Laser said: What does a console look like when it has a bunch of profitable games that don't sell hardware?  It looks like the Gamecube.  In fact, I am sure Wind Waker was a profitable game (and so was Skyward Sword).  But Wind Waker and Skyward Sword didn't move much hardware.  Nintendo realized that it needed to do something different with Zelda, and that...

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    What would the Switch's 2019 first party lineup look like if there was still a seperate handheld and console platform?

    in Nintendo Discussion 14 hours ago

    One main benefit of the Nintendo Switch is that its hybrid nature allows for 95% of Nintendo's output to be consolidated to just one system. That means no more painful 3-5 month software droughts of absolutely nothing to play from Nintendo themselves. So far, Nintendo's been good at keeping its promise of at least one release for the system per-month, in may cases more than that. But what if we...

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    Are Nintendo games held to an unrealistic standard?

    in Nintendo Discussion 19 hours ago

    Louie said: The problem with games like Pikmin is that they are high budget titles but don't sell well and don't sell hardware. That's why Nintendo shouldn't focus too much on them. A Pikmin 1-3 collection for Switch, made by a third party developer? Sure, I'll take it. But putting years of effort and millions of dollars into Pikmin 4 just for it to sell 1.5 million units? They could...

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    Is Bethesda Softworks better than Bethesda Game Studios?

    in Gaming Discussion 1 day ago

    Bethesda's reputation has taken a hit recently. Fallout 76 was a disaster, and the series was already on decline under Bethesda. Skyrim has been ported to death, they attempted to monetize mods, even though the mods single handedly fix their often broken games, And many of their games are still running on that aging and dated Creation Engine. It's safe to say recent years haven't been too...

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    Are Nintendo games held to an unrealistic standard?

    in Nintendo Discussion 1 day ago

    RolStoppable said: No, it doesn't hurt the potential of the brand. Nintendo allowed Rareware to make Donkey Kong games, they handed Metroid to the unknown Retro Studios and Luigi's Mansion to Next Level Games. There are some great examples of outsourcing creating win-win scenarios, especially because Nintendo's portfolio of valuable IPs is too big to be covered by internal developers...

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    Are Nintendo games held to an unrealistic standard?

    in Nintendo Discussion 1 day ago

    RolStoppable said: They would be stupid to do both. When they are about to make a sequel to an IP of which they know that it won't be able to sell more than two million copies, they are much better off by outsourcing it to a lesser development team. The game gets made without being detrimental to Nintendo's core business. Nobody needs to be upset about the lack of a sequel (because the...

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    Are Nintendo games held to an unrealistic standard?

    in Nintendo Discussion 1 day ago

    RolStoppable said: Nintendo's best talent has to make games that sell the hardware, because if they don't, who else is going to do it on a large scale. The more hardware that is sold, the more games sell overall, and now there's also a subscription for online multiplayer. Software sells hardware is the most fundamental aspect of the business, so advocating that it is fine if Nintendo's top...

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    Are Nintendo games held to an unrealistic standard?

    in Nintendo Discussion 2 days ago

    The_Liquid_Laser said: It has more to do with the question, "Why do people play this game?"  People play ARMS mostly for competitive fighting.  That is also the same reason they play Smash Bros.  It's kind of redundant to make another ARMS, because fighting fans just want to play Smash Bros anyway.  Nintendo would be better off making a unique type of game than making...

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    Are Nintendo games held to an unrealistic standard?

    in Nintendo Discussion 2 days ago

    The_Liquid_Laser said: On the other hand I don't think Arms should get any sequels. Anyone who likes fighting games would rather play Smash Bros instead. Why? The two games play completely different from eachother, plus ARMS sold over 2 million copies, so it's more than able to get a sequel. ...

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    Are Nintendo games held to an unrealistic standard?

    in Nintendo Discussion 2 days ago

    Nintendo games often sell rediculous amounts of copies. And for their big heavy hitters, that's expected. But when it comes to their more niche titles, particularly new IPs. Even if they sell 1-2 million copies, they're considered failures, despite no evidence of that. This mostly has to do with their internal teams, if Nintendo's not releasing a 10+ million seller, then it's a waste of time. I...

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    Should Nintendo bolster their Western Development Empire?

    in Nintendo Discussion 2 days ago

    Currently, The majority of Nintendo's software development divisions and subsidiaries are Japanese. Nintendo EPD, Intelligent Systems, MonolithSoft, HAL Laboratory. With a few Western subsidiaries and partners, Nintendo Software Technology, Retro Studios, and Next Level games being among them. Over the years though, Nintendo's western development has declined in both output and relevancy....

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    What happened to Sports games?

    in Gaming Discussion 3 days ago

    Ka-pi96 said: Shitty developers couldn't compete with the masterpieces that EA put out every year. It's as simple as that. Masterpieces? Sure the earlier EA Sports titles were good. But these days? It's loot-box, MTX mania with sluggish game-play and little to no improvements. And EA's competitors weren't bad either. Sega for instance was able to give good competition with the 2K...

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    What happened to Sports games?

    in Gaming Discussion 3 days ago

    Cerebralbore101 said: Isn't NBA2K a GaaS type game though? It is riddled with MTS. But yeah, Sports games are pretty much done for as far as quality goes. All they do is copy/paste the new year's lineup over and over again.I'd love to see more sports titles in the vein of Mario Tennis, or Mario Kart. Add a cool twist to an otherwise pedestrian game. NBA 2k is still a yearly release,...

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    What happened to Sports games?

    in Gaming Discussion 3 days ago

    Back in the day, Sports games were one of biggest genres you could have on a gaming platform. Sports have universal appeal, so a simulation of Sports activities is a great way to appeal to both casual and hardcore gamers alike. In the earlier generations, Sports games were ubiquitous, with many publishers releasing them on every console, from realistic re-creations, to simplified, arcade-like...

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    What Gaming Platforms do you use on PC?

    in PC Discussion 4 days ago

    Chazore said: Still not sure about MS's Xbox app, because so far it still seems to just be pushing Gamepass, and I've zero desire for Gamepass. I want that app to be more like GoG/Steam. That said, I am greatly looking forward to GoG Galaxy 2.0. That's largely because its in Beta at the moment, so features are a bit limited. But the reception seems positive so far. It's a lot...

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    What Gaming Platforms do you use on PC?

    in PC Discussion 4 days ago

    Sogreblute said: Xbox I have cause I got Phantom Dust Remaster and Cuphead on it, but since Microsoft is looking to put their games on Steam and possibly GOG I'll probably get rid of it. Microsoft throws a few bones to Steam currently, but most of their titles are Xbox Exclusive for the time being. ...

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    What Gaming Platforms do you use on PC?

    in PC Discussion 4 days ago

    After you bought or built a fancy new computer to play games, you'll need software to play them with. PC is a unique beast. It's open nature due to a lack of a strict platform holder, allows several companies to provide a variety of digital platforms on top of it. Each has their own storefronts, interfaces, features, and even sometimes controllers and hardware to go with it. When it comes to...

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    The Xbox's first party support was really unique

    in Microsoft Discussion 5 days ago

    Azzanation said: Out of curiosity, can you list the GameCube and PS2 1st party games? I skipped the OG Xbox as none of those games interested me however Nintendo and Sony weren't that much better.. well except the traditional Nintendo IP and 3rd party game for Sony. Sony's output on the PS2 was some of the system's best games. * Ico * Shadow of the Colosus * Twisted Metal...

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    The Xbox's first party support was really unique

    in Microsoft Discussion 5 days ago

    gergroy said: The games that grabbed me from the original Xbox were obviously the halo games. However, I also discovered BioWare on the Xbox with kotor. Discovered Bethesda with morrowind. My two favorite studios to this day. Stubbs the zombie was also an incredible game, I have no idea why it never got a follow up. Armed and dangerous was highly entertaining. Of course fable was born on...

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