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Will the next big Mario Game Miyamoto has teased come to Wii U?

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Will it come to Wii U?

Yes, Wii U only 11 8.59%
 
Yes, but Cross-Gen 117 91.41%
 
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bigtakilla said:
curl-6 said:

Say it sells 1.5 million on Wii U. That's 1.5 million potential NX hardware sales lost. If Nintendo cannot establish a strong install base for NX, they will be third party by 2019. Going crossgen is just not worth it.

I would say that's a VAST stretch of reality.

How many people just might have no interest in NX? Why don't Nintendo release other games on NX that make people want to buy it? Why don't they push for those third parties Wii U can't handle and get people on board with NX? 

How is it a stretch of reality? Nintendo are coming off their worst selling console and worst selling handheld (sans Virtual Boy) ever. If NX fails, they're finished as a hardware manufacturer. They very likely are pushing right now to get as many games, both first and third party, on NX.



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curl-6 said:
bigtakilla said:

I would say that's a VAST stretch of reality.

How many people just might have no interest in NX? Why don't Nintendo release other games on NX that make people want to buy it? Why don't they push for those third parties Wii U can't handle and get people on board with NX? 

How is it a stretch of reality? Nintendo are coming off their worst selling console and worst selling handheld (sans Virtual Boy) ever. If NX fails, they're finished as a hardware manufacturer. They very likely are pushing right now to get as many games, both first and third party, on NX.

The stretch of reality comes from everyone who buys it on Wii U is a missed NX hardware sale. Is it potentially? Sure. But it not practical at all to think that way. The odds of that are worse than winning the lottery and getting eaten by a shark in a landlocked state combined. 



bigtakilla said:
curl-6 said:

How is it a stretch of reality? Nintendo are coming off their worst selling console and worst selling handheld (sans Virtual Boy) ever. If NX fails, they're finished as a hardware manufacturer. They very likely are pushing right now to get as many games, both first and third party, on NX.

The stretch of reality comes from everyone who buys it on Wii U is a missed NX hardware sale. Is it potentially? Sure. But it not practical at all to think that way. The odds of that are worse than winning the lottery and getting eaten by a shark in a landlocked state combined. 

Hence why I said "potential". Robbing the system you desperately need to succeed of a system-selling exclusive just to squeeze a few extra software sales out of a dead console makes no business sense at all.



Why is this thread still a live!? There is no chance that new Mario will come on Wii U also, its so obvious and some people still talk about that..



Miyamotoo said:
Why is this thread still a live!? There is no chance that new Mario will come on Wii U also, its so obvious and some people still talk about that..

 

Hah! Like you're one to talk about endless debating! Although I guess you did actually stop in our last two arguments, albeit in an inappropriate way, but that's still better than pointlessly going on forever!



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Einsam_Delphin said:
Miyamotoo said:
Why is this thread still a live!? There is no chance that new Mario will come on Wii U also, its so obvious and some people still talk about that..

 

Hah! Like you're one to talk about endless debating! Although I guess you did actually stop in our last two arguments, albeit in an inappropriate way, but that's still better than pointlessly going on forever!

I stop when I saw user that keep this thread alive constantly ignoring facts that all people bring to him why there is no chance that new Mario will be Wii U game also.



Miyamotoo said:

I stop when I saw user that keep this thread alive constantly ignoring facts that all people bring to him why there is no chance that new Mario will be Wii U game also.

 

Good on you sir, keep it up!