President Explains Why Hardcore Gamers Will Flock to Wii U

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  1. Zekrom_cool
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    Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has admitted that the Wii wasn’t too big a hit with the ‘hardcore’ gamers out there, but the company is looking to rectify that with its new console, the Wii U. Iwata seems to be under the impression that the reason ‘hardcore’ gamers abandoned the Wii was due to the consoles unique motion controller, and the lack of HD visuals. What do you think?[/p]

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  2. DigitalDeviant

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    ha at first I thought of president obama for some reason, that would be weird...
     
  3. Wllmrly

    Wllmrly Advanced Member

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    title to me is very miss leading ahah
     
  4. Zekrom_cool
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    Zekrom_cool I respect faith, but doubt is what gets you an edu

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    Sorry [​IMG]
     
  5. Satangel

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    Why do you make a new topic for this? This is not news worthy, it doesn't say anything we don't already now....
     
  6. Lilith Valentine

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    Actually the Wii wasn't liked by hardcore games because there was mostly shovelware and whenever a game that should be for hardcore gamers came out, it was ruined by thrown in motion controls. Get it right Nintendo.
     
  7. Serina

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    ^This.

    Interesting name, by the way, "Catboy."
     
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