Originally Posted by JerrodDRagon
Nintendo has decided to stay with lower prices, in which that does in fact give them some sort of advantage with the family-friendly price. And Zelda and Super Smash Bros. aren't for everyone. Zelda if for the casual RPG/Fantasy player, while Super Smash Bros. is for the button mashers who occassionally enjoy a mediocre party/fighting game. Yes Microsoft does in fact charge for it's online service, but I'd rather have to pay 50 dollars for 13 months, rather than have an online service similar to Sony (and even Nintendo) and have such limited appeal. If you can't pay 50 dollars for 13 months of service, then you simply need a job. And of course, you can always pay 20 dollars for 3 months, but you'll be spending more money like that in the longrun. Xbox has something that Nintendo doesn't have and that's the ability to play games online, the ability to download demos onto the hard drive, and the ability to store music onto the system itself. If you keep your Wii for 5 years, and spend 50 dollars a year, you're spending 250 dollars on hardware for the system. Your point is? Don't you pay for the internet you use now? Plus you totally forgot the fact that you can even speak to people across the world, something that Nintendo doesn't have. If you're not into shooters, there's many games on the 360. Will the Wii be best suitable? No, you're just a fanboy. There's games like Ridge Racer, for the occassional racing fan. There's also Ninety Nine Nights, for people who enjoy strategic action. How about Dead or Alive 4, for the people who enjoy great fighting games? And Kameo is a wonderful game, although it is quite short, it does have platforming elements. I'm not a fanboy for Nintendo or Microsoft, but I find it really pathetic, when a "gamer" decides to try and put down a system just because of things they don't know about it. Do your research, then get back to me. Don't do any Nintendo research, as I can probably school you in that too.
Again, it's all with opinion. And Perfect Dark Zero was a launch title, so of course it's not going to be the flawless game of the year. It had many flaws, but it showed what the 360 was quite capable of. Kameo is a great game, in which it was supposed to be released for the N64, then got delayed onto the Gamecube, and when Rare's rights were sold to Microsoft, it was put on the 360. Now, if Kameo was for Nintendo, I'm quite sure your opinion would have changed, along with Perfect Dark Zero. So in conclusion, your opinion is quite invalid, as you're a biased fanboy. Go tattoo Nintendo across your chest, and while you're at it, make sure to make a good statement. Your statement wasn't even a paragraph, so how can you come up with a decent arguement? Also brush up on your vocabulary, thank you.He said GOOD GAMES, not stupid, shitty ones like most of the ones you mentioned you idiot..Pefect Dark Zero good? yeah right! Kameo? what the hell?