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Discussion in 'Site Discussions & Suggestions' started by pikachucrackpipe, Mar 13, 2006.
i think one should be made considering im about to preorder one with my next paycheck
what this site's talking are consoles and handhelds of nintendo, so why not separate each console and handheld? just a comment tho
If you haven't noticed, GBAtemp is "The largest GBA + DS community on the web" not "The largest Nintendo community on the web". The main focus of this site is handhelds. Why do you think that there isn't a Gamecube section?
Revolution topics will most probably go in other console section. That's the way it should be.
yeah you've got the point, but to remain the site named as GBAtemp, it won't get too much attention to people that the site talks about NDS....
You keep thinking that, meanwhile I'll be watching the member count around here continue to constantly increase.
Oh yeah, i'll keep thinking that way and that it increases in numbers of GBA fans, but i'm talking of NDS.
and how will other people know the site sure does feature nds, if not thanking for the irc chan and people recommending the site?
Maybe one day we will become the largest GAMING community on the web...
you jest... almost impossible, but someday we hope it might
We're not too far from the largest video game pirating community though.
With the exception of commercial communities like Gamefaqs, IGN Forums, & Gamespot Forums (for example), can you name any other gaming communites with as many members and with as much activity??
[That's a question for everyone, not just Orion]
would you want this to become like those boards? with all the trolling and what not?
can't think of any, except for http://www.ga-forum.com/ maybe
Little thing called reputation. GBAdev was used as a base for NDS homebrew for quite sometime before they launched NDSdev, for example. GBAtemp is known for what it is: a pirating community. Leaning more toward Nintendo handhelds, but thats to be expected seeing as how the GBA and NDS share much of the same hardware needed to pirate games.
Don't worry, we already have it
I have assembled a team of scientists to answer this question and after many hours debating we have all agreed on the following reason.
(BTW This is post number 711 for me so double big gulps all round!)
The Revolution has the potential to have an amazing homebrew scene, and when/if that day comes, this would be a pretty good forum for such discussion.
THIS IS A PIRATING COMMUNITY?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?