Thank you ma'am. Wii and Vita are both floundering right now. And your right, too many of the Wii U games are ports that are cheaper on other systems. The ability to turn your TV off and play it on a smaller screen is not a system seller.Nice article. I too look forward to Dragon Quest X. I look forward to a price drop on Wii -U games. I refuse to spend $60 on a title when I can get the same game on PC for $15-30. I just picked up Scribblenauts Unlimited yesterday for $15
I miss DDR games Just Dance just isn't the same
Well yeah. They got out of the hardware business, of course they're letting it hang.The Sega Dreamcast 2 has to be at E3 2013. When you think about it, Sega has kinda let the topic hang for a while.
I could be wrong and I may be jumping to conclusions, but if you take a look there is evidence. The immediate firings of one of their staff after him telling everyone that they are no longer a hardware company.
Sudden patents mean next to nothing. It's in a company's best interest to patent things to protect their intellectual property. They usually never act on them, it's purely to keep their assets legally controllable.The E3 trailer that has taken place in Japan (even though it was never released on the specified date). The sudden patents. And now nothing.
And this means...what exactly? They're a publisher, they can't be expected to devote as much time to the development process as a pure developer.And to top it off, Sega has not been releasing any new stuff lately with exception of re-releases- well, that and Sonic and All-Stars Racing: Transformed. And Sonic Jump on the Apple App Store. And Google Play Store.
I'm not sure how these are related. Game companies are notorious for not giving out information willingly.And they're not giving out any details on what the next Sonic game will be for 2013, either. If you piece it all together, even if I turn out to be wrong, it makes sense.
Aren't they pretty pricey too?Yeah metal DDR pads are easier to keep your footing, the trouble is getting a good brand the ones we have were the best in the industry but the company no longer exists
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