Hence why their main console is in the situation it's in.
Originally Posted by Jb
You know, I don't mind the fact that they want to appeal to kids, but they need to also appeal to their initial fan-base that bought NES consoles in the beginning. They need to have games for those people too, and they need to be first-party games (especially since they don't really have much third-party support right now). Otherwise those older people are just going to go somewhere that does (and really, I can't blame them).
Last edited by SBaby; 16th November 2013 at 6:29 PM.
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