Its a new strategy:
-Pretend its not coming out.
-Wait for the few fans who care about it to raise hell for it.
-Suddenly now everyone wants it, Operation TattoBaldy starts.
-Nintendo says it listened to fans, makes it Amazon exclusive for retail.
-Fans are happy they made their voice be heard!
Because they're Nintendo of America and Nintendo of America's only job is to make all these ridiculously stupid decisions without any kind of reasonable explanation.
They likely funded development of it because of the Itagaki name, but maybe it didn't turn out well.
So Nintendo ditched one of its titles that it featured last year at E3? Why would they do that? Does anyone know anything about this situation?
Bad games don't sell so well and are a waste of marketing money.
Are you familiar with the company entity know as Nintendo of America?Edit: This genius is a genius:
We don't know until people get extensive hands on with it. Potentially it could be one of those flawed and umpolished yet enjoyable games.Yeah the desire for this game kind of perplexes me.
Yeah the desire for this game kind of perplexes me.
NOA has been pretty active in messing with the dedicated consumer base recently:I really struggle to understand what the hell is Nintendo doing, I wonder if Iwata was drinking with Itagaki, and Itagaki fooled him to sign a contract or something.
That's why we didn't get disaster day of crisis, isn't it? I remember Reggie said they thought it wasn't a good game.