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Discussion in 'Mobile Phones and Media Players' started by Chary, Jan 25, 2018.
I'm a good Christian, so I forgive you, for you do not know what you're saying. Godspeed.
I mean. It could have lived some more time.
Especially when you know how mobile games tend to never die, for some reason.
The ones that stay alive are the ones that bring in more money than they really should.
Yeah, and they're the shittiest ones.
So bad people seem to enjoy crap.
Kind of why I despise the phone market. My coworkers are real big into these games. Which is fine, but when they talk about putting $100 of their paycheck into it I have to question their sanity.
And nothing of value will be lost.
and all the nintendo rewards peeps were stupid enough to buy all go down the drain now
RIP Miis. Probably one of the better things Nintendo did, they seem to be killing them off as fast as possible. (not that this app is any loss)
It was nice while it lasted...
a miitopia would have been better. but yeah, it was interesting at first, and then it got BORING REALLY FAST
"Mr. Iwata explained that Luigi appeared in Mario Bros. when it was first released on July 14, 1983. Since it had been 30 years since Luigi's first appearance, it was decided that 2013 would be "The Year of Luigi". The first third of the Nintendo Direct was dedicated to soon-to-be-released games related to Luigi."
But you probably own several consoles that costed you a few hundred dollars each and they question your sanity for putting a few hundred dollars into a new console when you already own several others that play similar games...
I guess if you really enjoy something and have the disposable income to invest on it, you have found your value in the enjoyment you get, some people dont like videogames and rather watch movies, doesnt mean they should judge and question your sanity for dropping whatever ammount you do on your PC/console videogames.
You are doing to them exactly the same people (who thino videogames are useless) do to us when you judge them for playimg what they enjoy and spending whatever ammount they do
Not even slightly surprised. It was a shallow experience probably used to gain some data from everyone that downloaded it.
One good thing to come out of it is I learned I suck at Zelda Picross
Never did play. Not planning to either.
when one puts several hundred dollars into buying a console, they are putting money into a physical device which has a valid, long lasting, real world use. when one puts a hundred dollars into microtransactions, they are simply burning that money for immaterial virtual nothingness. Whether you or I deem that purchase useful or worth the money is meaningless. On one hand, I get a rather physical piece of technology capable of performing fast calculations and rendering things in real time, in the other we have pixels on the screen.
That was really quick... What is happening to my Mii
anohter failed mii project. I wonder why this stupid ugly dolls weren't perished as a whole.
So what do we spend our useless My Nintendo coins on now?
shitty wallpapers for your phone