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Discussion in 'The Edge of the Forum' started by soulx, May 16, 2013.
Of all the game lineups I have encountered in my travels, his was the most... barren.
That was, for the most part, well-done.
I could have done without the sound effects, they made it look pretty cheesy.
the end was pretty good lol. I dont get the n64 thing though...
*inb4 foxi says n64 was a failure*
At least being a failure doesn't mean it's bad.
Not just the N64 - the Gamecube was pretty terrible too, albeit to a much lesser extent. Sue me.
21 million gamecubes sold...
32 million n64's sold
Failure in given Generation = Failure in comparison to its competition =/= Terrible system
First two are objective, the last is subjective (unless in the context of hardware which can be scientifically analyzed. In terms of games library, it is subjective).
EDIT: The fact that Gamecube's hardware isn't crippled by terrible restrictions is also worth noting - development for the N64 was a nightmare even though the system was pretty beefy, that was not the case on the Gamecube, so points for that go to the purple cube.
Quantity =\= quality
n64 had better quality games
fuck sakes lets do ourselves a favor and never discuss this again. We're never gonna agree.
You don't have to discuss it with me - actually, you brought it up yourself today. To be perfectly frank with you, I know more "good" games for the Gamecube than for the Nintendo 64 and I'm entitled to that opinion because it's subjective. That being said, it's completely besides the point - my personal tastes and whether or not I like a given console should not cloud my judgement when we go down to numbers.
The overall "score" of a system should be derrived from numerous variables, not just "sales" or "profits".
But you summoned him.
150 million PS2s sold, 24 million Xbox units sold...
100 million PS1s sold...
Do you really want to play this game?
But yeah, moving on...
oh i know,
Doomed just like LPs of Nintendo gaems...
The things people post are hilarious!
You realize that's his MO, right? No excuse for you not to know that after having been here so long.
You would think I'd be used to it by now.
One does not simply get used to Emigre. *insert Boromir here*