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I looked at my activity feed and apparently it was Star Fox Zero.

 

Also, looking at my WiiU and all of the features that are no longer supported and games I don't think I'll ever play again was pretty sad. We had such a great time with Nintendo Land in the beginning.

 

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d21lewis said:

I looked at my activity feed and apparently it was Star Fox Zero.

 

Also, looking at my WiiU and all of the features that are no longer supported and games I don't think I'll ever play again was pretty sad. We had such a great time with Nintendo Land in the beginning.

 

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That's true. Sad, but true. I think the WiiU was a great consoles but Nintendo didn't work as they should. Nintendoland was a nice idea but the lack of updates killed the game. A lot of great ideas were thrown away or poorly developed on every single title released on the console. Wii(U) from (U)nderestimated System. 



ThisanmU said:
d21lewis said:

I looked at my activity feed and apparently it was Star Fox Zero.

 

Also, looking at my WiiU and all of the features that are no longer supported and games I don't think I'll ever play again was pretty sad. We had such a great time with Nintendo Land in the beginning.

 

❣️💕❤️💕❣️

That's true. Sad, but true. I think the WiiU was a great consoles but Nintendo didn't work as they should. Nintendoland was a nice idea but the lack of updates killed the game. A lot of great ideas were thrown away or poorly developed on every single title released on the console. Wii(U) from (U)nderestimated System. 

First off, I love my Wii U and it has a lot of great games, but I think the reason it failed is because Nintendo didn't have the tech at the time to create what they envisioned it to be (the Switch). Had Nintendo been able to create the Wii U with the hardware embedded within the controller (with a sleek form factor), maybe it wouldn't have gone so wrong.

Their marketing strategy didn't help, either. :P



I bought Minecraft for my daughter for Christmas.



Legend of Zelda Wind Waker HD. I have a Legend of Zelda HD Wii U but I wanted the game physically and Wal Mart has the game for a dub so I bought it around a week ago.



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RaptorChrist said:
ThisanmU said:

That's true. Sad, but true. I think the WiiU was a great consoles but Nintendo didn't work as they should. Nintendoland was a nice idea but the lack of updates killed the game. A lot of great ideas were thrown away or poorly developed on every single title released on the console. Wii(U) from (U)nderestimated System. 

First off, I love my Wii U and it has a lot of great games, but I think the reason it failed is because Nintendo didn't have the tech at the time to create what they envisioned it to be (the Switch). Had Nintendo been able to create the Wii U with the hardware embedded within the controller (with a sleek form factor), maybe it wouldn't have gone so wrong.

Their marketing strategy didn't help, either. :P

Do you think the Switch can be considered the "WiiU 2.0"? I mean, the gamepad has a different usage, like a game extension (not a screen extension), I can't point so many similarities, but in fact, I agree with U about the hardware issue.



Darksiders "warmastered edition"



mmmm yoshi i think



 

Captain Toad Treasure thingy with amiibo, $15 clearance at Wal Mart.



Smash. Got it late 2016.



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