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#110 - akkere (05/24/2013) [-]
The only solution then is to call every gaming medium a Nintendo.
Playstations will be called Nintendo Stations.
Xboxes will be called Nintendo Boxes.
PCs will be called Personal Nintendos (Macintoshes; Nintendoshes, Linuxes; Nintenduxes)
In theory, this will produce the perfect equilibrium of names.
User avatar #119 to #110 - pyronic (05/24/2013) [-]
Lost it at nintendoshes
User avatar #117 to #110 - eiaisqzbsesb (05/24/2013) [-]
What will nintendo consoles be called?

Also, the best way to stop fanboy arguements is to become a hyper bilionaire, buy sony, microsoft and nintendo, combine the next gen consoles (Wii U will still be released for a few years because buisneys plans) and call it a WiiStation360.
User avatar #165 to #117 - thedudeistheman (05/24/2013) [-]
The next gen iteration of Xbox isn't called the Xbox 360. The super console would have to be called The WiiStationOne.
User avatar #166 to #165 - eiaisqzbsesb (05/24/2013) [-]
I'm trying to supress the memory.
User avatar #169 to #166 - thedudeistheman (05/24/2013) [-]
Actually, suppressing memories costs a fee now. You already remembered bad things about the new Xbox and you want to get rid of them. There's a good chance those memories will resurface. You're just being charged in advance.
#172 to #169 - eiaisqzbsesb (05/24/2013) [-]
That's it, I'm telling nintendo.
User avatar #174 to #172 - thedudeistheman (05/24/2013) [-]
Don't you mean Nintendosoft?
User avatar #178 to #174 - eiaisqzbsesb (05/24/2013) [-]
Nope. I'm sticking to the Wii U and my PC this gen.
User avatar #179 to #178 - thedudeistheman (05/24/2013) [-]
Is the Wii U good? I'm a bit skeptical. I'm not really interested in many of the games available, but I'm curious about how it handles.
User avatar #181 to #179 - eiaisqzbsesb (05/24/2013) [-]
The game pad is really immersive, and you don't have to look further than Monster Hunter to see a perfect use of it in an online RPG or Hack n' Slash.

While using the analog stick to avoid attacks/move about, you can use the game pad's screen to look through inventory, maps, etc. This helps because it doesn't leave you as open to attacks while going through a menu.

As for hardware and processing power, I personaly don't have a Wii U, so I can't say, only tried a few games on my friend's Wii U.

Needless to say, I'm very pleased, and interested to see how they will handle the Zelda franchise using it.
User avatar #182 to #181 - thedudeistheman (05/24/2013) [-]
Hmm, sounds interesting. I'll see if I can find a way to try it out.
User avatar #111 to #110 - pwnfrnzy (05/24/2013) [-]
Still won't stop fanboy arguments. . .
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