Of course, you could always attempt to get the ball rolling again.
But really, as mentioned, the 15th's numbers have been viewed and reviewed a good bit already. A little straying is fine at this point. The issue is still some of the aggression I see from a select few. You guys need to tone it down. I threw that out once, so this will be the last time. Try your best to engage what the person is saying without resorting to anything personal. And for others, don't attack a platform without basis (i.e. ... Switch is merely for casuals/doesn't directly compete with PS/Xbox, etc, etc...). Opinions, whether right or wrong, can still be a step over the line. Context and presentation are important.
How can stating that Switch doesn't directly compete with PS/Xbox be offensive and a platform attack (even without a reasonable long justification)?
I'm asking this because I'm among the ones that truly believe that and have stated that Switch indeed does not seem to compete with current gen consoles PS and Xbox. I don't see this as an attack, but as a market business opinion. Actually, if I were Nintendo I wouldn't want to compete with PS/Xbox, that would be my CEO decision. Nintendo's strength is on the handheld/Japanese/niche side of the market and not on standard powerful big boxes x86-64 cpu home consoles.
On the other hand, I don't understand why someone would get triggered or offended by that even if one's a Nintendo fan. Those with that mentality would be the ones thinking that Nintendo would be inferior in case it doesn't compete directly with Xbox/PS, so those ones are the real ones downplaying the company. Because not competing with PS/Xbox is a wise decision. Nintendo is making its own sub market and disrupting. Tech business today is all about disrupting and when we say that Nintendo is disrupting the gaming business not competing directly with current gen consoles, it's in fact sort of a compliment.
The same thing happens when someone say "PS is just always the same thing with better graphics". Is this an insult or attack to the platform? This statement is very common and also quite true, because one of the strengths of Sony is exactly giving the players the same platform. PS is basically a successor to SNES that never really changed and that's one of the main reasons many like Sony, they provide the player a platform that we know, the controller is the same, the box is the same, it's just more powerful. PS is the same thing since 1.
So, perhaps, even thought opinions can be stated in a rude or polite manner and it's got to be moderated when it's rude, some just get too offended too easy on the Internet.
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