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Jumpin said: tack50 said: In the US? Yeah maybe. Worldwide? Hell no.In Japan consoles were just keeping business as usual. So there would certainly be tons of consoles being released in Japan, and I imagine at least one of them would have been sold internationally and exported. If Nintendo had decided not to export the NES to the US for some reason, maybe Sega would have and...
SpokenTruth said: mZuzek said: If Nintendo hadn't done it, someone else would have. I do believe that.In other words, yes. Nintendo saved gaming. Because they were the ones who did it, and not someone else. Are you familiar with the New York test market of 1985? Go check it out. No, someone else would not have done this. It was single handily the boldest...
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