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Will we see MS buying Nintendo in the Future?

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You're going to see dragons walking in the streets before you see MS buying Nintendo.



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They tried before but failed.

It would be very expensive.

It would solve their problems though.



Nem said:

They tried before but failed.

It would be very expensive.

It would solve their problems though.

Bayer was right before to buy Monsanto. 

The biggest deal ever. MS has much more Money than Bayer and Nintendo is cheaper than Monsanto. It would be possible. 



Pagan said:
Nem said:

They tried before but failed.

It would be very expensive.

It would solve their problems though.

Bayer was right before to buy Monsanto. 

The biggest deal ever. MS has much more Money than Bayer and Nintendo is cheaper than Monsanto. It would be possible. 

Numbers, please.  Nintendo's current valuation doesn't equal their selling price.  



Lol, hell no. Nintendo's IP are literally priceless and that's just the tip of the iceberg of ressons. No way that'd happen.



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Nintendo would never accept any such deal and Microsoft's current direction is not a focus on Xbox, but rather branching out to PC platforms to morph into games as a service eventually. At least that seems to be the plan.

Overall, I think Anfebious scared the hell out of you, so you scrambled to make this thread to prove to yourself that you aren't a Nintendo fan.



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Nope, that won't happen. No one just buys a Kyoto based company.



Pagan said:
Nem said:

They tried before but failed.

It would be very expensive.

It would solve their problems though.

Bayer was right before to buy Monsanto. 

The biggest deal ever. MS has much more Money than Bayer and Nintendo is cheaper than Monsanto. It would be possible. 

Take two Nintendo's and call me inthe morning...?



If MS is going to buy anything it's going to be PS and give them a home on W10 store to rival with Steam.



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Nope, it's more likely you see MS just leave the game business or even accept a deal in which Nintendo takes over the XBox division with MS taking on a back seat role.

Video games simply aren't worth it, it's just a fun side-hobby for Microsoft, the price to acquire Nintendo would be enormous and not worth it financially. Saya Nadella (the new MS president) also runs a much tighter ship than Balmer, money isn't thrown around like candy anymore.