sorry i havent beeon on the forums for a while i apologize for this inconvenience was busy the last couple of daysOriginally Posted by darthbeaverxp
First of all, a quick reminder that im not a Wii salesmen and im not trying to necessarily convince anyone to buy the Wii; im providing facts that others do not know of and are therefore basing there decisions based on their little knowledge.
Well, a response ot this quote is easy, since its obvious u DIDNT read the speech; i wouldnt want to repeat my speech all over again...just read it one more time through thoroughly, including the posts on this thread, since ppl have already asked some of these questions and i have responded to them through here. browse through the posts to find more answers to questions, since some of your comments have already been countered (u probably just skipped through the forum after u read my speech and wrote this according to that alone; this is somewhat what i mean by ignorance)
To counter some things that werent necessarily covered, Nintendo's signiture games, or first party games, will definately remain! they are popular for their Mario-type games and what not; this doesnt mean that games rated M (mature) will be a minority however. Nintendo will keep their first-party games and make sequals to them (like Mario Party 8 or Mario Kart) because of their great success in the past; whos to say they wont be a great hit now? And like i said earlier, because of the more "cool" features of the Wii and super improvements from the Gamecube, the Wii will be a totally new console from Nintendo, something different--a new theme from any other Nintendo consoles previously released. i advise u read the "new generation of gaming" part especially for a full counter of this lol