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Non games needed on the Wii

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Chat' started by dan1123, Jul 30, 2007.

  1. dan1123

    dan1123 WiiChat Member

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    Yes, my title is correct. Nintendo needs to have more non-games.

    With the older generation playing Wii Tennis and Wii Bowling, that crowd needs to be tapped, and the best company to tap it is not EA or Ubisoft, but Punch! Software. Who are they? They make the 3D Home Designer and 3D Landscape Designer software sold next to the PC games in Target and similar stores.

    If Nintendo is serious about expanding to the non-gamer market, they need non-games like home and landscape designing, stock trading, Bible and literature reference, woodworking, parenting, budgeting, and any other stuff that is always of store shelves next to the games on the software aisle.
     
  2. paintba||er

    paintba||er WiiChat Member

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    No!!!! Thats all they have what the **** are you talking about? I want some damn games that weren't designed for 3 year olds and 80 year olds. I could care less about the old ****s that don't game, we need some games that are actually for gamers. And the Bible can stay the **** away from my consoles.
     
  3. CantGetAWii

    CantGetAWii WiiChat Member

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    Don't worry paintballer..games for you will be coming.
    But he is right we don't any more kids games. Thats the last thing we need.
    And paintballer technically speaking 80 year olds are "older gamers" :lol:
     

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