Well, none that are exclusive to the Wii, but then outside of Nintendo, people want to make as much money as possible, and would program for multiple platforms anyway.Originally Posted by Sovieto
What does anyone do when they beat a single player adventure/story based game? It's not a problem with Metroid, it's part of the type of game it is.nintendo did get mp3 at the end of summer but thats a AAA title from nintendo but once they beat that and are done with it, what do they do?
So what you're saying is that because Nintendo make such good quality games, people always look forward to the next one, and that this is somehow a problem?look forward to the next AAA title, which would be another nintendo game, yes this is mostly the third parties fault but its also ingrained in the nintendo fans head to constantly look forward to the next AAA title being released by nintendo.
True, but then the Wii is getting more support than the Gamecube got, and are generally in better standing overall.AAA titles define consoles and yes there are great games coming but all the AAA titles are from nintendo and nintendo cant hold keep people hooked with just their games, as history shows.
I didn't miss the entirity of your post. I disagreed with it. And my last question was based on pretty much every comment you've said on this forum. No matter what the subject, you always fall on the "anti-Nintendo" front.your last comment is totally unneeded, its your fault you missed the entirety of my post--and who cares if this is down on the wii? this article is DOWN on the wii, obviously it seems like things that i put out--which mostly arent my personal opinions or opinions at all is right on.
Oh, and Wii's have still been selling out, massively. Not to mention that developers are continually adding to the collection. There is no evidence of slowdown whatsoever, so there is evidently no fact to base this "downer" on, and therefore can only be subject to someone's very personal opinion.
Not far off one year on and it's still selling out. I don't really take that as a bad sign.
If this was a really truthful piece, they would have made an article on the PS3 failing (lack of backwards compatibility, plenty of stocks, massive price cuts, etc...).
Oh, and this whole AAA title palava: A game doesn't have to have a big budget or be well advertised to be good. There's plenty of games coming that aren't AAA that look like fun.