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Can You Create A Must-Have Wii Game? A very good article

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I never thought that Pachter would be more low



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Judging by the sales of a lot of games on all platforms I'd say a lot of gamers aren't sophisticated enough as he put it haha. I mean I don't think that's just on the Wii.

Why is it like that? What he fails to mention is the power of brand and for the most part that goes little in the ways of quality although it doesn't mean lack there of.



first off Pachter is an IDIOT who couldnt give factual information if it ran out naked in front of him. But second of all To make a good wii game all you have to do is make a bunch of mini games. The Blu ocean seems to swallow it up and beg for more so from a sales perspective that seems to be the smartest thing to do



I mostly play RTS and Moba style games now adays as well as ALOT of benchmarking. I do play other games however such as the witcher 3 and Crysis 3, and recently Ashes of the Singularity. I love gaming on the cutting edge and refuse to accept any compromises. Proud member of the Glorious PC Gaming Master Race. Long Live SHIO!!!! 

I love pachter, because all the attention he gets goes to his head.



1337 Gamer said:
first off Pachter is an IDIOT who couldnt give factual information if it ran out naked in front of him. But second of all To make a good wii game all you have to do is make a bunch of mini games. The Blu ocean seems to swallow it up and beg for more so from a sales perspective that seems to be the smartest thing to do

You make sound as if mini-games is not a good thing.  Look at it from the perspective of a buyer.  They get an arcadish feel of playing 10-20 games in one to rack up high scores that is addictive over time and for cheaper than most games.  No reason to say they are less of a buyer than someone who buys and RPG.  Different strokes for different folks.  But most early gamers do start with something like that as gaming was about the addictiveness of something familiar rather than escapades on a far away adventure in a fantasy universe/