I don't know why it has taken this many decades for you guys to final realise something is wrong with the way Nintendo treats you.
Nintendo innovation strikes again.
Nintendo ‘treats’ me just fine. Whatever that means anyway; they don’t know me. But that's because I only buy what I actually want and don't feel obligated or entitled to do/get/subscribe to anything myself.
Totally this, the heck DitchPlaya talking about? so many decades took us to notice how Nintendo treats us?, Nintendo has for the most part offered quality products including games and consoles that have become classics even if they had some trips along the way, and up until the wii, online wasn't something as prevalent as it is now, people clearly also didn't buy enough from that virtual console, no one i knew buyed from it for example, so they scrapped the idea along with others like having a bigger OS and having apps for netflix, crunchyroll and other services, and now they seem to be mostly focussing on the current games for the system itself, i also have greatly enjoyed the offerings from other companies in PC, Mac, SEGA, Arcades, PS and Xbox consoles etc., but i think the problem some people have here is thinking that "everyone should offer the same things", like all main console manufacturers should go the "super powerfull last tech console" even if they are having loses and selling it bellow the production costs, or "everyone should have the same online services", and while i agree to some extent that they could have some way to offer their old games, they aren't obligated to do anything in particular, and as S.Peelman says, i'm not obligated to buy something if don't like it and because i also "don't feel obligated or entitled to", that "i'm offended because someone/something did something i didn't like or something i wanted wasn't offered", and therefore it's bad and it should be ruined herd mentality must end.
Last edited by foxmccloud64 - on 22 August 2021