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Discussion in '3DS - Games & Content' started by Janthran, Jan 10, 2012.
No Club Nintendo update?
Now waiting for people to tell me patience is a virtue.
patience is a virtue
You only said that because I did.
Patience is overrated...I want to know the new games. NAO
Yeah, just knowing what they are would be nice..
I don't even need to get 'em yet.
The current games don't go away until after the 10th.
Well how did you now .
I probably shouldn'T have bought Xevious.
Because if the 150 coins game turns out to be awesome, I'd be 50 coins short.
At least I'd be able to get various Virtual Console titles and get 50 more coins that way.
wait so when featured games expire, NEW games come out? thats pretty awesome
I'm a little confused as to why they have to take away games to add new ones... It makes it seem like you're gambling for a better game.
@[member='_Chaz_'] Probably a test in the form of "Featured" games? PLUS, how much profit can you make if you're essentially giving them away for free.?
Their downloads of ports...if they get even a buck its a profit...
Yes if its bought. But allowing virtual points to purchase it essentially is giving it away for free since the aquired virtual points came about from a different product.
But even making money from ANYTHING else would give them some sort of profit and from what they gave us so far it seems their either old ware or VC so I doubt they didn't make money from it for the 6 or 7 months it was already on the market.
>Until the 10th
Sounds like the 10th is when it ends, not that the 10th is the last day.
See the difference?
"You have until tomorrow to finish this assignment"
It does not mean that the 9th would be the last day, it means the 10th is.
I really dont care about the star/coins for games. I bought pushmo/pullblox and 3D classics kirbys adventure the other day and I am really enjoying them.
Where does it say that?
Well, by your logic, if they're essentially giving them away for free, what would be the difference if they left them up for a month, or forever?
Of course, if they left them up forever, there would be a larger selection at any given time, giving people incentive to rack up coins to "buy" more games from the selection.
But it would also generate more short term revnue if something was set with a mentality of "Oh, that game is only up for a MONTH?! Better rack up coins.".