I accuse you of selective quoting because your rebuttal brings up points that have already been covered by my previous two posts. That's what selective quoting is for: Removal of arguments to the contrary to strengthen one's own position in the eyes of casual observers who don't pay close attention.
Umm, where? Most of your posts other than what I highlighted were defending Nintendo from a marketing standpoint. An issue I wasn't interested in and didn't touch on. My post mostly challenged you on your contention that Nintendo has already "slapped" people who doubted them this year when all they've done since this thread started is date Xenoblade and announce Clubhouse Games and Origami King. A contention I don't see you defending at all in the last two posts.
|You've already made your choice that Nintendo's silence means they don't have the goods. This is one of those threads where time makes more converts than reason, so I consider it a waste of time to reiterate what I've said yesterday when you and others can simply scroll up to read those two posts.|
My other point was that Nintendo's silence means that, unlikely moonshot aside, Nintendo doesn't have time to release a reasonable slate of games in the time they have remaining in the year. With July ending, and assuming an absolute minimum of a month before releasing a game of substance (more realistically 2 months for anything new), the window for releasing games in time for the Holidays is already down to about 90 days, with the window shrinking with each passing week without any announcements.
You did not address that the logistical side of there just not being enough time for a solid release slate at all. Closest you come (in a separate post, which is strange you demand I quote) is suggesting that Nintendo might voluntarily skip releasing games in what will probably be the system's peak year with their audience because they suddenly care about what Microsoft and Sony are doing next year.