This guy makes some good points.
What I can see happening is the old guys, people like Miyamoto and Arumora leaving or retiring as new faces join Nintendo which could lead to Nintendo getting a new image because who understand the new generation of gamers better, young gamers themselves. Age 10 & 35, I sound like a snob when I say this, but I feel Iwata and the other workers who been their since the 90s just doesn't understand the new audiences of gamers. For example, Skyward Sword was mostly developed by young gamers from the 90s who grew up playing Zelda, young developers who are in their 20's did most of the developing for Skyward Sword. I think Nintendo need to hire new young faces who love and are inspired by games. New face plus new ideas equal new experience and franchises.
Nintendo rely too much on nostalgia then new IPs, and its starting to grow stell. Do you agree with GameSpot?
I agree up to a point, I would love to see new IPs from Nintendo, why you think I heavliy support Dillon's Rolling Western so much. I personally feel they should have ended the zelda franchise with Skyward Sword and moved on to something new, Like Bungie ending Halo 4 and moving on to Destiny. But it is a good buisness move to push these old franchises to a new generation of players.
Xenoblade Chronicles > Every First Party Game This Gen And RPG'S This Gen
They don't like Nintendo nowadays in general.
Nintendopie Was obviously right and I was obviously wrong. I will forever be a lesser being than them. (6/16/13)
Piss off Gamespot. Nintendo is the only company with balls to give fans what they want.
What other company would have the balls to grab one of their iconic franchises and bring it back to the 16 bit era gameplay. We dont get big budget classic games like that anymore. The only company that tried that in recent memory was Ubisoft with Rayman Origins.
Software developers should be more like Nintendo. This senseless hating needs to stop. Not all of us want every franchise ever revived has an FPS for next-gen consoles. Enough already.