This drives me nuts. How about “You have 76 credits…” not “You’ve got…” http://t.co/lz1fL7Zghz
Anybody with a broken Wii U, which you’d suspect would be the consumers you’d want to coddle, has a tough path to recovery.
Kuchera is absolutely right that the way Nintendo handles system data transfer only helps in a limited number of cases.
Nintendo Superiority Complex looks at that and dismisses it as all N’s decisions are perfect specifically *because* N ignores others.
Nintendo Inferiority Complex looks at that editorial and demands list of Great N Achievements and/or Similar Competitive Mistakes.
A “feature” I’ve seen plenty of Nintendo fans roll their eyes at, so spare me the “games press is biased” garbage.
And yes, it’s nothing we haven’t heard before. But I’m sure this was triggered by the Wii U->Wii U transfer update.
In terms of writing style, he unnecessarily repeats himself a bunch of times, which I’m sure grinds Nintendo fans.
I mean, how can you not. The way they handle data transfer and purchases-tied-to-hardware is dumb.
Hey, I agree with Kuchera’s premise in his Nintendo editorial today. Come at me.
I have passably enjoyed Batman Day. http://t.co/EkVr1h7d9y
Iron Man and Nova will also be playable in the Guardians playset. This makes Iron Man playable in all three Marvel playsets.
And you know, not that Disney actually *says* “hey, these are actual in-game screenshots.” They’re just pretty imagination targets.
This is what I’m talking about when I say the official DI screens are too nice to be real. http://t.co/Df0EEC7mTG
Looks like Star-Lord and Gamora are the two figures that come with the Guardians playset. youtube.com/watch?v=ncIACV…