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KLXVER said:
Nautilus said:
Talk about overreaction.Not every E3 presentation going to be an explosion of exciting announcements.Companies cant make games that fast.There are going to be some that are good, and there are going to be others that are bad.Sony this year had nothing new, first party wise.What mostly saved them was the fact that the ones they shown, didnt have the gameplay shown already for the most part, and that they can also rely on third party stuff, like RE 2 Remake.


Well yes, Nintendo cant rely on third parties so they need to do more. That's just the way it is. If they want to keep releasing consoles, then they need to compete with Sony and MS on the games front. Nintendo hasn't had an explosion of games at E3 since like 2010. Lately they seem to focus on one title mostly every E3. Im sure Smash fans were very happy, but not every Nintendo fan enjoy the exact same things. Of the three days of the Tree House, they showed off Smash like 50% of the time. At least show us some more indies to change things up a bit.

And I can totally relate to that!But then the discussion should be completely different.Then it should be changed from "Nintendo E3 presentation sucks everytime and we shouldnt look foward to it anymore" to "What can Nintendo do for their E3 showing to be more consistent in quality?".Thats what Im arguing about.

My (locked) thread about how difficulty should be a decision for the developers, not the gamers.