Apparently there's also millions upon millions who own both PS4's and Switch's but for some reason there is no Mario on PS consoles. This is so anti consumer...
All gaming brands should be forced to assemble into one giant brand, run by the gamers, so everyone can have everything all the time, until that company goes bankrupt shortly afterwards and everyone ends up with nothing instead.
I thought I've remained respectful during our debate, not sure why you felt the need to try and mock me like this.
Given the topic it was basically a pitch right down the middle so throwing away a home run felt like a huge waste. Not to mention you seemed to make it pretty clear that PS business decisions shouldn't ever negatively effect Nin Switch gamers or any other platform cross play gamers, yet you didn't bother to respond to this same point I made in the other thread, along with other strong points that you obviously would rather not try and debate but simply move onto another point to try and win the argument.
The seriousness of the topic seems to be of much greater meaning to you than I, and I wasn't looking to win or lose anything, I was simply trying to shine light on the fact that the world isn't here to make people's lives perfect. We humans try to do this, but based on the systems we have in place, which are the best we know how, plus mother nature always 'getting in the way', makes this task extremely difficult, so people need to just cool down and chill out. That's not to say people should just give up and abandon hope, but do your research first and have a decent understanding on where your coming from and then act in a manner you would like to be treated, because that's typically how another person may treat you directly in a debate if need be.
The joke was strongly directed at the situation itself, and indirectly at your specific comment. Your comment just happened to fit the OP so that's what I used. Your taking it too personally and that's not how it was meant based on my follow up finishing statement about one brand.