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Originally Posted by [1N0V471V]No offense Wil Harris, but there were a lot of grammar mistakes in that blurb.
"That does not a good showing make."
Originally Posted by TheDarkCloudThe company that grabbed my attention the most, Nintendo without a doubt.
I wasn't going to bother getting a console this time round, now I HAVE to get a Wii.
My big dissapointment of this E3, no big news about Spore or S.T.A.L.K.E.R. :(
Originally Posted by hacker 8991That does not a good showing make = That does not make a good showing
Just think of Wil as Yoda.
Originally Posted by articleWhat the show proved is that it appears Nintendo's strategy of gameplay first, everything else second has worked. It's not concerned with high-def, it doesn't care about media functionality - the Wii is just about playing games.
The Wii (with a horrible name to boot) looks like Nintendo's last two systems. Nothing but a kid's system with a few notable titles in it. Sure there's nostalgia qualities in Mario, Zelda, etc. They will undoubtedly help sell many of the initial systems. But once that wears off, I don't see Nintendo being able to bring anything new to the plate. GoldenEye/Perfect Dark and Smash Brothers were the last original titles by Nintendo that I fell in love with.
I still doubt if this motion thing will be good for every kind of game, it's probably just good for some types of games, but not all..
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