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Must be a really easy and intuitive device if they have to train their own people..



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JWeinCom said:
Lrdfancypants said:

Nintendo has never had a national sales / training meeting before?  That is odd to me. 

Probably not...

Generally when doing something like this, you'd have a national meeting for the higher ups, who would then pass the information to those lower on the chain.  Having all of their reps go to one location is logistically challenging and really expensive.

What this may indicate (if true) is that Nintendo has another product that may be difficult to explain (like the Wii U) and they are working harder on ensuring the message is clear.  

But that is what they're doing....my rep is being sent along with the others 1st week of janurary, it's not for the higher ups.



Still a rumour because a random guy on the internet saying `not a rumour` doesn`t make it so...

But anyways, if it is true that sounds bad. The staff shouldn`t need training to know how to use/sell a console. So if they`re doing that then it would imply that it`s not a regular console and has some weird gimmick.



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Ka-pi96 said:

Still a rumour because a random guy on the internet saying `not a rumour` doesn`t make it so...

But anyways, if it is true that sounds bad. The staff shouldn`t need training to know how to use/sell a console. So if they`re doing that then it would imply that it`s not a regular console and has some weird gimmick.

The wii U failed partly because people barely understood what it was. If true, this would mean Nintendo is making sure no questions are left with the retailers.



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Stefan.De.Machtige said:
Ka-pi96 said:

Still a rumour because a random guy on the internet saying `not a rumour` doesn`t make it so...

But anyways, if it is true that sounds bad. The staff shouldn`t need training to know how to use/sell a console. So if they`re doing that then it would imply that it`s not a regular console and has some weird gimmick.

The wii U failed partly because people barely understood what it was. If true, this would mean Nintendo is making sure no questions are left with the retailers.

My point was more that ideally there shouldn`t even be any questions in the first place.



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I am so happy that my hype is all gone, I was really anxious for a while.
My 15 years old niece came visit me today and she looked pretty sad. She is the girl that I gave my PSP and 3DS as gifts last year.
I asked what happened while we played Ps4 and she said it was nothing. My sister then told me her PS2 broke, but that she did not want me to know.
So I packed my WiiU with 10 games, brand new, still with a perfect box and asked her: "Heym do you want a free video game sweety?"
She was really happy about it.
I am officially done with Nintendo.



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Ka-pi96 said:
Stefan.De.Machtige said:

The wii U failed partly because people barely understood what it was. If true, this would mean Nintendo is making sure no questions are left with the retailers.

My point was more that ideally there shouldn`t even be any questions in the first place.

If your product is totally something new and different than others products on market, then there will definitely be some questions, and we know Nintendo talked about "new concept and new way of playing".



If this is a true, than this means that NX is on track for March release.



Ka-pi96 said:

My point was more that ideally there shouldn`t even be any questions in the first place.

Not true as many new type of products would require such training it's a common thing in the financial sector for one as if the reps don't fully understand the benefits they can't do a good job selling it, it's the same in many other industries.