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Kerotan said:
Samus Aran said:

Many newer franchises that sell much more will be long dead while Kirby will still be selling his games.


I think that is a major issue for Nintendo.  They stick with the same old games for far too long. Meanwhile other publishers move on and create fresh new IP'S. 


Like Splatoon? Or Like Animal Crossing? Or like Xenoblade? Or like Rythym Paradise? Or like Codename Steam?



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Goodnightmoon said:
Kerotan said:


I think that is a major issue for Nintendo.  They stick with the same old games for far too long. Meanwhile other publishers move on and create fresh new IP'S. 


Like Splatoon? Or Like Animal Crossing? Or like Xenoblade? Or like Rythym Paradise? Or like Codename Steam?

Don't forget Tomodachi Life, Steel Diver and Wonderful 101. Hahaha

You gotta love ignorance



Goodnightmoon said:
Kerotan said:


I think that is a major issue for Nintendo.  They stick with the same old games for far too long. Meanwhile other publishers move on and create fresh new IP'S. 


Like Splatoon? Or Like Animal Crossing? Or like Xenoblade? Or like Rythym Paradise? Or like Codename Steam?


A few shallows don't make a summer.  

 

My point is many publishers could keep many series going if they only wanted to match these numbers.  They move onto bigger and better things.  



Kerotan said:
Goodnightmoon said:


Like Splatoon? Or Like Animal Crossing? Or like Xenoblade? Or like Rythym Paradise? Or like Codename Steam?


A few shallows don't make a summer.  

 

My point is many publishers could keep many series going if they only wanted to match these numbers.  They move onto bigger and better things.  

Your point has no weight.

Nintendo had the most succesful new IP last gen and had a number of new properties that went onto to being multimillion sellers. Even this generation, Nintendo has dipped into making new franchise, with one turning a massive success and another getting a good push from Nintendo. 

All you are doing is making a shallow claim without any substance.



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mii-gamer said:
Kerotan said:


A few shallows don't make a summer.  

 

My point is many publishers could keep many series going if they only wanted to match these numbers.  They move onto bigger and better things.  

Your point has no weight.

Nintendo had the most succesful new IP last gen and had a number of new properties that went onto to being multimillion sellers. Even this generation, Nintendo has dipped into making new franchise, with one turning a massive success and another getting a good push from Nintendo. 

All you are doing is making a shallow claim without any substance.


Every company makes new IPS.  I'm just saying nintendo find it hardest to let go and move on. I think it's their achilles heal. 



Kerotan said:
mii-gamer said:

Your point has no weight.

Nintendo had the most succesful new IP last gen and had a number of new properties that went onto to being multimillion sellers. Even this generation, Nintendo has dipped into making new franchise, with one turning a massive success and another getting a good push from Nintendo. 

All you are doing is making a shallow claim without any substance.


Every company makes new IPS.  I'm just saying nintendo find it hardest to let go and move on. I think it's their achilles heal. 


Let go of franchise that sell millions? Stop reaching dude



A 26k March opening week compared to 60k for Epic Yard on Wii in October.

Epic Yarn has gone on to be the best selling home console Kirby game and was on the Wii which speaks for itself.

26k isn't great but honestly... what were people expecting???



I still think that this game should have been a 20 bucks digital game



mii-gamer said:
Kerotan said:


Every company makes new IPS.  I'm just saying nintendo find it hardest to let go and move on. I think it's their achilles heal. 


Let go of franchise that sell millions? Stop reaching dude

Some of them do some of them don't.  But the end result is not a succesful console.  People have moved on and want new experiences.