Video: Wootini’s Video Podcast #108 3


podcast108Well, we finally got a release date for Animal Crossing: New Leaf! But unfortunately, my special Animal Crossing podcast has to be postponed. So this week, let’s talk about Nintendo. Specifically that they’re dying. Have you heard that they’re doomed?

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3 thoughts on “Video: Wootini’s Video Podcast #108

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    Daniel K

    Oops, problem with the link to the video… Found it on Youtube, though.

    I do think people piled onto Sony when the PS3 was announced (the price tag, the system specs overkill, “Rrrrrridge Racer!”), but I suppose people weren’t sounding the death knell for Sony because it’s such a large company, with all of these divisions. With Nintendo, consoles and games are their bread and butter, so if they make a major misstep (and I agree with you that their two newest consoles are not major missteps– certainly not Virtual Boy level), they could potentially be in trouble!

    Even though I don’t really buy consoles (I have my DSi from three years ago, and that will be all for a while), I still have a bit of a thing for Nintendo, and I’m sure they’ll be just fine.

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    Up until a year ago, the only systems I had were Nintendo. And I was decently happy. But even with a 360 and PS3 now, I still feel a love for Nintendo. There are still exclusive franchises that will keep me coming back, and a bunch of them will be coming out this year (especially Pikmin – can’t wait for that).

    I think people just rag on Nintendo because it’s been around the longest, and veered toward a perceived “kiddieness” with the Wii which scared off “serious” gamers (which is ridiculous).