But rare own the lisence and copy rights for the game
like how sony once owned the rights for gta
The revolutionary controllers
Surely not Perfect Dark...
The price VS other consoles
Microsoft didn't own Rare when it came out for the N64 so it should be on the VC. They just take the old script (or whatever), fix a few bugs, and put it online.Originally Posted by Jak
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Also remember, and I read this on IGN awhile ago (don't have the link; sorry) that Microsoft's rep at E3 was complementing Nintendo and really thought the new controller was innovative.
Though, this was mainly because they were trying to draw attention away from Sony. Unfortunatly, on a different IGN report, Bill Gates sort of critisized both Sony's and Nintendo's ideas. He was probably shooting them down because he's a Microsoft/Windows head and that type of person never likes anything fresh and new (like Wii and basicly anything that Apple creates) unless they come up with it first. I mean seriously, look at Vista: it's a complete joke of an OS and simply copies off of Mac OS X and the Xgl Linux Desktop.
Still, I hope Wii gets some version of PD; new or old.
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Its like mgs is owned by sony and it used to be nintendoOriginally Posted by Mr_Stoukaph
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of course there may also be special stipulations on the liscenseing of a game for a compnaies console, they may not really have a say as to the release of the game through different mediums as long as royalties are paid, there is a lot of fine print in making a game for consoles, really they need the OK from the console developer to even make the game and sell it for the console, nintendo might have written something into their's where the developer has to allow this to be done for a certian % of the sales.
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I think that Perfect Dark for the Wii is an excellent idea, i mean if you think about it, the N64 version was one of the best FPS on the system (in my opinion), and i wouldnt expect any less from the Xbox version. By the way, I am planning on buying the Xbox 360 Slim with Perfect Dark Zero... do you think it is a good idea? I would apreciate any comments from fellow users, (plaese note that I am new, and would like any advice you can give, or just reply)
advice? start with not bumping old threads please. if you have a question you can ask it in a new thread
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