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Mar1217 said:
In their defense, these games are good, the sole problem is that people wants to cling on the hope of getting Nintendo 1st party when realistically, their catalog wouldn't much for a single year if they were to drip feed us monthly.

Also, Super Mario RPG is a Square game, they need licensing which I don't know how costly this will be for Nintendo cuz of Square's greed ...

That didn't stop them from giving us a character in Smash Bros. Ultimate that nobody really cared about.



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some how this service still maintains to be a disappointment. Amazing Nintendo can't even handle a service like this.



     

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cycycychris said:
some how this service still maintains to be a disappointment. Amazing Nintendo can't even handle a service like this.

This is why I kept pleading for a Virtual Console instead of this trainwreck.



Some days I just blow up.

Mar1217 said:
In their defense, these games are good, the sole problem is that people wants to cling on the hope of getting Nintendo 1st party when realistically, their catalog wouldn't much for a single year if they were to drip feed us monthly.

Also, Super Mario RPG is a Square game, they need licensing which I don't know how costly this will be for Nintendo cuz of Square's greed ...

Ah of course, it's solely the fans fault. We demanded Nintendo drip feed us for longer than a year subscription's worth, we asked them not to future proof the virtual console for a second time, and we pleaded to have old games forcibly packaged in with pay to play and cloud saves whether we want that stuff or not.

Why defend this, why advocate against getting a better deal? Assuming you're a fellow fan and consumer, how does doing so benefit you?



CaptainExplosion said:
Mar1217 said:
In their defense, these games are good, the sole problem is that people wants to cling on the hope of getting Nintendo 1st party when realistically, their catalog wouldn't much for a single year if they were to drip feed us monthly.

Also, Super Mario RPG is a Square game, they need licensing which I don't know how costly this will be for Nintendo cuz of Square's greed ...

That didn't stop them from giving us a character in Smash Bros. Ultimate that nobody really cared about.

I sure don't care about Joker. Don't we all ?



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Mar1217 said:
CaptainExplosion said:

That didn't stop them from giving us a character in Smash Bros. Ultimate that nobody really cared about.

I sure don't care about Joker. Don't we all ?

I was talking about Hero.



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Lonely_Dolphin said:
Mar1217 said:
In their defense, these games are good, the sole problem is that people wants to cling on the hope of getting Nintendo 1st party when realistically, their catalog wouldn't much for a single year if they were to drip feed us monthly.

Also, Super Mario RPG is a Square game, they need licensing which I don't know how costly this will be for Nintendo cuz of Square's greed ...

Ah of course, it's solely the fans fault. We demanded Nintendo drip feed us for longer than a year subscription's worth, we asked them not to future proof the virtual console for a second time, and we pleaded to have old games forcibly packaged in with pay to play and cloud saves whether we want that stuff or not.

Why defend this, why advocate against getting a better deal? Assuming you're a fellow fan and consumer, how does doing so benefit you?

Hmmm assuming aren't you ? Anyway, not here to talk to you from your high horse.

I made a mistake not mentioning my post was specifically about their SNES 1st party catalog which isn't quite as big as some might think. 

They've got plenty ammunitions left. But blow them all in less than a year an there will be nothing left for next few years down the line.

I do want them to expend their catalog with other generations, that'd be criminal to not exploit whatever comes after but am I gonna whine about it when I could just pop one game from my backlog and play something else instead ?  No.

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CaptainExplosion said:
Mar1217 said:

I sure don't care about Joker. Don't we all ?

I was talking about Hero.

Ask that to fellow Japanese vg forum goers like us. 



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Mar1217 said:

Hmmm assuming aren't you ? Anyway, not here to talk to you from your high horse.

I made a mistake not mentioning my post was specifically about their SNES 1st party catalog which isn't quite as big as some might think. 

They've got plenty ammunitions left. But blow them all in less than a year an there will be nothing left for next few years down the line.

I do want them to expend their catalog with other generations, that'd be criminal to not exploit whatever comes after but am I gonna whine about it when I could just pop one game from my backlog and play something else instead ?  No.

You just said: " the sole problem is that people wants to cling on the hope of getting Nintendo 1st party." The problem is Nintendo, nobody else.

I'm not asking you to whine about this, I wanna know why you are whining about other people whining for change that would benefit all including you. Why do you not grant us the same leeway you grant Nintendo by doing something else instead? What is it that spurs you to their defense?



CaptainExplosion said:
Mar1217 said:

I sure don't care about Joker. Don't we all ?

I was talking about Hero.

Dragon Quest is one of the biggest JRPG franchises of all time, and you say that no one cares about Hero being added into Smash? HAHA! Just because YOU don't care, does not mean you speak on behalf of everyone else.