I currently have a library of over 300 games, but with that being said...
Marcus made a decent point. You buy a game new from any developer/publishers so you support that developer/publishers including NINTENDO. And then he called out your asinine response with another valid point according you YOUR logic. And who are you to tell everyone which developers are worth and not worth supporting? No one. Just because Marcus made a valid point and it was not in favor of Nintendo doesn't mean you have to disagree.
When was Nintendo mentioned? And what do they have to do with anything?
"People get tired of all games, so I guess no developer is worth supporting right ?"
That was the decent point, right? Listen, if a developer (Any developer) makes a game, and it is good people won't get tired of it, just look at how many times you see games like Halo 3 or NSMBWii or MGS4 in used game shelves? I almost never see those games in the used game shelves, but there are other games that keep reappearing more often on used game shelves. What if game developers made a serious study about wich games are resold and wich games are kept instead of just bitching about used game sales? That would actually be good for customers since they would realize that they would simply have to add elements that makes the games more replayable. But I guess customer satisfaction is of no value to game developers these days.
If developers don't want their games resold, they should make games that people want to keep. The developers that realize this are worth supporting IMO, the ones whose games you don't grow tired of. Growing used game sales is a natural symptom of many people growing tired with their games, the games should change, not the custoumers or business model of selling games.
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