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Atari, Sega have fallen: Nintendo next?

yes 94 16.12%
 
no 441 75.64%
 
life goes on 46 7.89%
 
Total:581

So his main argument is that shovelware killed Nintendo? Because there's a tonne of shovelware crap available on the app stores, so I assume phone gaming is doomed too right?



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If Nintendo survived when they had the Gamecube and GBA then they will survive now. I think Sony is closer to game over than Nintendo is.



Atari went away because it was the early 80's and there was bad games for the 2600. and the gameing market went belly up



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Yes, im sad to know that nintendo is the doomz



lol if ever.



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I'm gonna have to assume that the 20% who didn't vote "no" in the poll laughed so hard that they accidentally pressed the wrong option.



dsgrue3 said:
Snovalo said:
Yeah Nintendo is doomed, I mean let's just ignore this other company called Sony, posting huge losses year after year, with a worst selling console and a worse selling handheld. Yeaaahhhh, let's do that.


Sony is about a lot more than gaming. Nintendo isn't. 

Damn whoever bumped this thread. Nintendo is fine.


Yah no duh, like their failing tv biz sinking the company

 

Sony is dieing a slow death



Nintendo will not go down!! They sold so much hardware and software for nearly 30 years and even more in the 7th generation! Why should they go down now?



fedfed said:
yes we like penis in pool!

and it's a big one ;)

 

 



    R.I.P Mr Iwata :'(


NinjaMonkeyLuchadore said:
So his main argument is that shovelware killed Nintendo? Because there's a tonne of shovelware crap available on the app stores, so I assume phone gaming is doomed too right?

Funnily enough, smartphone gaming was doomed right from the beginning for that very reason. Unless a publisher gets hold of the next Angry Birds, Cut The Rope or Draw Something there's very little money to be made from smartphone gaming. There's a reason why Zynga are going down the toilet and why every major publisher has either scaled down or completely shut down their mobile gaming divisions. Despite what you read in the media about it being a 'threat' to handheld and home consoles there really isn't a great deal of profit in smartphone gaming.