Nintendo to go third party only

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Nintendo to go third party only

Matt
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01 Apr 2017, 19:37 #1

By the Dissociated Press

KYOTO-

A big lift for Sony and Microsoft has finally come to pass. Just when we thought Nintendo would keep putting out crummy hardware only to give new gamers more reason to scorn them.

This Saturday morning, Mr. Kimishima announced a permanent truce with Sony and Microsoft, agreeing to put Mario, Zelda, and all their legendary character franchises onto Playstation 4 and Xbox One.

Some of the fans demanded to know just what exactly would happen to the just released Switch hybrid console. Here were Kimishima's comments:

"We will sell any remaining units at rock bottom prices. I want them all out of our factories by this Holiday year, so we can focus on what put us on the map to start with- creating the best games money can buy."

The CEOs of Sony and Microsoft were last seen with artillery shells loaded into their vans, but they declined to comment why.

So let us as long time gamers who kept up with several great generarions of quality Nintendo products thank the big N for many great years of memories we will cherish forever. The absence.. er.. legacy of Nintendo's console factories will forever be missed, at least by those who still seem to care.

So get used to it folks, Mario on Xbox. The unthinkable is now common knowledge.

Now I will go back to my bunker and finish beta testing The Legend of Zelda: Portal of the New Age on my PS4 digital download. Send our regards to Sega while you now haul a$$ for the big dogs of console making.
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02 Apr 2017, 15:57 #2

I guess I'm a day too late in replying... lol.. I've been busy as heck lately... A lot of stuff happening, and I've been wanting to post some updates for awhile, but by the time I sit down at night after a busy day, I get super tired and am pretty much ready for bed.
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07 Jan 2018, 20:35 #3

What the Nintendo Switch has achieved so far, that it couldn’t do with the wii or Wii U, is third party support. I think this is because the switch is probably considered more portable l, like a DS. So, even though this original topic was an April fools joke, the reasons why were really not so good for the big N. We’ve had discussions about how Nintendo should go third party for the console side of things, and we saw them put some effort in to the mobile app market. Nintendo really needs to take this once in a lifetime opportunity and not screw it up again. They really need to get the price down, first and foremost. If they can do that, this could be a great success.
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