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    Quote Originally Posted by Doomed_soul89 View Post
    I don't think anyone else will ever make a 3D portable atleast not anytime soon, it's just so stupid, people would rather have the accelerometer then 3D, but Sony's psv will have better games, and a much better launch.

    On topi I'm not pissed since I had the foresight not to buy it, there isn't a single new game on it, just remakes and sequels, and that might be okay if it wasn't the 10th time Nintendo did that, the same thing the 10th time is worse then the first even if it's better.
    Like sony isnt mliking all their newly acquired ips to no end on vita. Little big planet, mod nation racers, uncharted, killzone, super stardust, wipeout.... seriously......

    the only problem is, none of these games hold a candle to more than half of nintendos classics, and you wonder why people keep coming back for more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by strictlystyles View Post
    Like sony isnt mliking all their newly acquired ips to no end on vita. Little big planet, mod nation racers, uncharted, killzone, super stardust, wipeout.... seriously......

    the only problem is, none of these games hold a candle to more than half of nintendos classics, and you wonder why people keep coming back for more.
    I never used the term milking, because I don't feel Nintendo is milking, they aren't released less then a year apart and they do advance the game and make changes every time, it's just gotten stale for me and I imagine alot of people and staying they can't hold a candle to the classics is quite ignorant, especially considering most of them can't even be compared. And no Sony isn't milking those franchises, they put out a few sequels which are massive improvements on the first, a psp version then they move on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doomed_soul89 View Post
    I never used the term milking, because I don't feel Nintendo is milking, they aren't released less then a year apart and they do advance the game and make changes every time, it's just gotten stale for me and I imagine alot of people and staying they can't hold a candle to the classics is quite ignorant, especially considering most of them can't even be compared. And no Sony isn't milking those franchises, they put out a few sequels which are massive improvements on the first, a psp version then they move on.
    I know hes banned, but im sure sony will milk these franchises like everyone else does. They are just too new for most people to realize it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by strictlystyles View Post
    I know hes banned, but im sure sony will milk these franchises like everyone else does. They are just too new for most people to realize it.
    When something is new it usually isn't being milked, how dense are you, I mean honestly, what next are you going to accuse Sony of milking a new IP?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doomed_soul89 View Post
    When something is new it usually isn't being milked, how dense are you, I mean honestly, what next are you going to accuse Sony of milking a new IP?
    are you kidding me? Sony didnt buy up all those studios to just let those ips sit, they are going to release sequel after sequel of them just like they already do. None of the titles i mentioned are really new ips, but sony is going to churn these titles on the vita just as they do the Ps3, and you can bet there will be plenty of sequels to follow. Now every company does this to some extent, but im just pointing out the hypocrisy of you critisizing Nintendo, who has the best handling of ips, period(in video games) and the 3ds, even though Sony is planning on doing the same thing with the Vita.
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    Quote Originally Posted by strictlystyles View Post
    are you kidding me? Sony didnt buy up all those studios to just let those ips sit, they are going to release sequel after sequel of them just like they already do. None of the titles i mentioned are really new ips, but sony is going to churn these titles on the vita just as they do the Ps3, and you can bet there will be plenty of sequels to follow. Now every company does this to some extent, but im just pointing out the hypocrisy of you critisizing Nintendo, who has the best handling of ips, period(in video games) and the 3ds, even though Sony is planning on doing the same thing with the Vita.
    Naughty Dog is going to work on a new IP after they are done uncharted 3, gurillia games are already working on a new IP, as is media molecue, when was the last time one of Nintendo's studios started working on a new IP? I'm not being a hypocritic you just aren't being specific enough, sequels aren't a bad thing but when all a company releases is the same games over and over again eventually it gets stale, you need to mix it up, give the games a break, Nintendo doesn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doomed_soul89 View Post
    Naughty Dog is going to work on a new IP after they are done uncharted 3, gurillia games are already working on a new IP, as is media molecue, when was the last time one of Nintendo's studios started working on a new IP? I'm not being a hypocritic you just aren't being specific enough, sequels aren't a bad thing but when all a company releases is the same games over and over again eventually it gets stale, you need to mix it up, give the games a break, Nintendo doesn't.
    they will go onto an new project then come back and do an uncharted 4, thats how the dev cycle usually works, what are you trying to say with this statement? I dont know if youve noticed, but Nintendo creates a ton of new ips every generation, for instannce:
    Big Brain Academy
    Brain Age: Train Your Brain In Minutes A Day!
    Elektroplankton
    Elite Beat Agents
    Magnetica
    Master of Illusion
    Meteos
    Polarium
    Professor Layton and the Curious Village
    Nintendogs

    Excite Truck/Excitebots
    Glory of Heracles
    Magical Starsign
    Rhythm Heaven
    Sin & Punishment
    The Legendary Starfy
    wii fit
    And acouple of new RPGs that U.S has been begging them to localize.

    and the best part is, they dont have to buy a third party studio to do it, they also can take any franchise and any developer they choose and still make a hit. the force is just that strong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by strictlystyles View Post
    they will go onto an new project then come back and do an uncharted 4, thats how the dev cycle usually works, what are you trying to say with this statement?
    That Nintendo doesn't go onto new projects they just dust off old ones. Try to read next time.

    Quote Originally Posted by strictlystyles View Post
    I dont know if youve noticed, but Nintendo creates a ton of new ips every generation, for instannce:
    Big Brain Academy
    Brain Age: Train Your Brain In Minutes A Day!
    Elektroplankton
    Elite Beat Agents
    Magnetica
    Master of Illusion
    Meteos
    Polarium
    Professor Layton and the Curious Village
    Nintendogs

    Excite Truck/Excitebots
    Glory of Heracles
    Magical Starsign
    Rhythm Heaven
    Sin & Punishment
    The Legendary Starfy
    wii fit
    And acouple of new RPGs that U.S has been begging them to localize.

    and the best part is, they dont have to buy a third party studio to do it, they also can take any franchise and any developer they choose and still make a hit. the force is just that strong.
    1. Half of those aren't new IPs
    2. The lastest one of those which I'm not sure is a new IP or not was released in nov 2006, so the answer to my question would be nov 2006 is the last time a Nintendo sudio worked on a new IP, well actually a little before then since the game needs a few months after it's finished to hit the shelves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doomed_soul89 View Post
    1. Half of those aren't new IPs
    only like three, stop exaggerating.
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    2. The lastest one of those which I'm not sure is a new IP or not was released in nov 2006, so the answer to my question would be nov 2006 is the last time a Nintendo sudio worked on a new IP, well actually a little before then since the game needs a few months after it's finished to hit the shelves.
    fail, a couple of those games came out in 08/09 in Japan, stop exaggerating. Like I also said, Nintendo has published a couple of new Rpgs that haven't seen the light of day here but I cant remember the titles. either way, Nintendo creates a shitload of new content every generation, almost double that of both other first party studios, and this doesn't even include instances like epic yarn, or kid icarus, where they make a totally new type of game and just incorporate their existing characters into it. It doesn't really matter when where and what time they release new ips either, as Nintendo works on a creative schedule, not a traditional dev cycle, and generally only "dust off" something if they have a unique idea.
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    Nintendo - If you don't back them, you don't like video games.

    Innovators for better or worse, I know they've provided me with years of fun!

    I'll have to wait a while before the game library expands before picking a 3DS up. The brief few goes I've had on it I thought were incredible.
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    Innovators for better or worse, I know they've provided me with years of fun!
    True, but it's just a shame to me that it seems like they've been out of touch with a large number of gamers for the better part of the last decade. I, for one, am not supporting them as much as I have in the past.

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    Out of touch....or incredibly astute?

    Maybe casual gaming isn't yours bag (or mine!), but there's no denying the they managed to get my nan and granddad playing a computer game for 5 minutes, which is far more than Sony or Xbox could manage! They spotted a huge market that no one even realised was out there 6 years ago, which is an amazing accomplishment. Maybe they have got lazy when it comes to triple A titles recently....but lets see what they do with the 3DS

    And for rest of us there's always Mario Galaxy, Sunshine, Twilight Princess, Metroid etc... to play over and over again, and that's not mentioningall the quality DS games that they've released!

    (maybe I'm a fanboy without realising! I just like quality games, regardless of platform)
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