I'm just helping people see woot's perspective, that's all
^ Woots perspective is jaded and negative in the first place, it does no good either way.
Knowing his perspective only does the purpose to help you communicate with him to see a better way of thinking. And your not showing him an alternate thought process therefore the posts are simply irrelevant .
Just saying, we Brits are being punished for buying digital with extortionate EShop prices.
Who cares about 250 extra points when downloading it costs $60 instead of $45 in any shop and even less from buying physical from an online retailer?
What would you rather be punished for?
If anything those who download digitally are being "punished" since they can't resell the game, can only use it on the system that downloaded it and pay a higher price for the game.
As for the price on the e-shop, remember retailers have control over the price set and choose to lower them to encourage people to buy the game. The price that Nintendo set is the RRP for the game.
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As I said, it's not punished. It's the digital having an advantage.
It is kinda similar, but the graphics are absolutely pretty. And there are really cool minor things like the faces of the airships are modeled after the Koopalings, and Bowser Jr, Boom Boom, and the Koopalings are all in the same game again. Plus the worlds have names. They're all really nice touches IMO.
Quite honestly I don't really care for innovation. NSMBWii was an incredibly fun game and one of my favourite Mario games of all time, so I'd love to play something similar
Or maybe he was wrong and misunderstood the question.
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In other news, the Wii U is region locked. Oh dear, we're being "punished", everyone. Doesn't affect me at all since, well, I DO want to understand what I'm playing at all times instead of deciphering.
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Nobody, nobody would knowingly pay $15 more for a digital download with the "reward" of 250 extra points, which is what is happening in the UK.
3DS games have been out for a while now, and Nintendo knows that no place in the UK sells games for the ridiculous price they're charging them for on the EShop. Would you pay $60 for a digital download for NSMB2 with the slap in the face of a couple of points extra?
Blame your retail sellers nintendo doesnt set the price, , its like Korea where the owner sells games for whatever price they want to.
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