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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiiwouldliketohack View Post
    LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL They are so scared the community will see them as ripoffs, they have to make a statment about how they are not. This is just silly that to catch up with Nintendo and put a dent in their sales they are going to release motion control on the 360. First avatars now this, jesus M$ calm down.
    You see this is where Nintendo have to be careful with what they do in the next few years, Nintendo have already damaged a large proportion of their hardcore market by concentrating on innovations that mostly appeal to "casuals". Microsoft and Sony have already set a foundation upon the hardcore market and from now on can only damage Nintendos "casual" market share, where as Nintendo have no ability to tap into Microsofts and Sonys HD market.

    From a business point of view, from this point on it looks like Microsoft and Sony have a dominant strategy here, they cannot lose anymore then they already have and can only hope to gain from whatever they do with their respective new controllers.

    But then again METROID!!!!! WOOT this is the only reason I still believe in Nintendo.

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    the wii has enabled nintendo to tap into markets that sony or ms has not been able to do sucessfully. Mainly the older generation around 45 yrs old+. Alot of people in this age range are buying wii's simply because of its ease of use and point and click like a tv remote ...lol ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiiwouldliketohack View Post
    LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL They are so scared the community will see them as ripoffs, they have to make a statment about how they are not. This is just silly that to catch up with Nintendo and put a dent in their sales they are going to release motion control on the 360. First avatars now this, jesus M$ calm down.
    Except Natal is totally different than the Wii.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Seca99 View Post
    the wii has enabled nintendo to tap into markets that sony or ms has not been able to do sucessfully. Mainly the older generation around 45 yrs old+. Alot of people in this age range are buying wii's simply because of its ease of use and point and click like a tv remote ...lol ...
    True, thats why Nintendo has been comfortable for the last 3 years sitting on top of the business, however Miyamoto himself has mentioned that Wii sales have been to sag and this points out that market saturation is happening. This is where Microsofts and Sonys projects come in, those who have Wii can't possibly buy another so they may look for alternatives.

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    Hey, we can't blame them. With the growing technology, who wants to stay with boring ol' controllers?

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    its all good tho, with the new wimotion plus, wii's controllers will have six axis capabilities too, so basically, all systems are gonna be on the same level when it comes to controllers

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    Am I the first person here to welcome Sony's motion control? I could care less if another console "copies" another console. It drives innovation when that innovation can be copied and improved upon.

    Nintendo's original analog stick was improved greatly upon by dual shock and then added back into gamecube. Look at the eyetoy and natal. Look at the dreamcasts internet to the wii's or the PS3's instant wireless connection. Because of competition we have innovation-constantly! Otherwise we would all still be playing the Odyssey 1 and using our room-sized computers for calculations, while looking at our CRT TV's.

    Let other companies copy, It's better for everyone.

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    Lol its like movies now, no more original ideas so they just trade off on others...

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    thats life bro originality disapeared with the invention of the internet now days we just google and copy what we see not thats a bad thingf its called progress.

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    If someone comes up with a good idea and others improve on it, surely we are the ones to benifit?

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