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If a company offered enough money would Nintendo sell themselves to them?

They are Priceless 48 29.81%
 
Yes 11 6.83%
 
NO 86 53.42%
 
Realistically? 4 2.48%
 
Other 3 1.86%
 
See Resultz 8 4.97%
 
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DanneSandin said:
That article sucks ass! I'm on my phone right, so I can't elaborate too much - but I will when I get home! Google buying Nintendo would only be good for Google. That's how I see it!


To say the least! Take this quote for exampe:

 

"There won’t be a Nintendo left in a few years if the company doesn’t figure out a way to get on smartphones and tablets."

 

He clearly has no idea of how big Nintendo's money stash is, for one.



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DanneSandin said:
That article sucks ass! I'm on my phone right, so I can't elaborate too much - but I will when I get home! Google buying Nintendo would only be good for Google. That's how I see it!


I agree, I typed that last comment on a phone while crouched in a corner charging it bored. Took forever!



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spurgeonryan said:
Has anyone ever even offered to buy Nintendo? I could have made this thread and said 5 reasons why walmart should by Nintendo. Or even why microsoft should buy Nintendo. Walmart could sell Nintendo products for a fraction of the price in their stores, we could finally get walmart employee kart, sam walton could take over Reggies job, Human rights organizations would have a reason to take notice of Nintendo once Walmart bought itB and it would give Nintendo fans yet another reason to go to walmart once they decide to only sell Nintendo products at their consumer mazes they call stores.

Reason Microsoft should buy them? So they can say that they finally brought Rare back together with Nintendo, they could take over the Nintendo corporate building right next to them and save on future moving costs, marioan get his own first person shooter, and.... blehhhh

well microsoft had made an offer to nintendo and to sega and squaresoft in the past

http://spong.com/article/3189/Nintendo-confirms-Microsoft-buy-out-attempt

http://forum.teamxbox.com/showthread.php?t=172258



Aj_habfan said:
RolStoppable has some competition I see.

Glad that somebody noticed. What a shameless rip-off of my "Five reasons why..." series this is.



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if Nintendo software is so powerful and so desireable, why would Nintendo not want to use it to push their own hardware. We have seen that Nintendo can get way with selling its own software on a dedicated games mahcine so why would they want to give that up?



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I didn't even read the article. Le sigh, will people ever learn?



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I stopped reading after getting to this sentence "There won’t be a Nintendo left in a few years if the company doesn’t figure out a way to get on smartphones and tablets."



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Nintendo is a old and very valuable company with heaps of cash. There is no way they would sell to anyone.

Nintendo's unique and very popular IPs will continue to sell its hardware for strong profits regardless of what happens in the other media markets.



What a terrible article. It makes no sense for them to buy Nintendo, even if it were up for sale. If it happened, Nintendo would likely crash and he games would never be the same. No-one wants to see that.

And this is before putting up how wafer-thin the points in the argument are.



 

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