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(IGN)   Nintendo planned on selling 9 million Wii U systems by the end of the 2014 fiscal year. After selling 222,000 in November, they only need to average 2 million units a month to reach that goal   ( divider line
    More: Sad, Wii U, Nintendo, Wii, Andrew Goldfarb  
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2013-12-14 06:21:04 PM  
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Nintendo is sticking with what worked in the 80s and 90s.  They think teenagers are still innocent snowflakes

Microsoft and Sony are sticking with what works now.. Pandering to racist 13 year olds with sailor mouths
2013-12-14 09:14:57 PM  
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Doc Daneeka: People who think "Nintendo is dying" aren't paying attention to how well the 3DS is doing right now.

Currently playing the hell out of Link Between Worlds.

But I just got assured it was a failure and nobody likes to play the ds when they could be doing a real awesome game like candy crush on their phone. Everybody loves touch controls on something with a screen twice the size of your thumb!
2013-12-14 06:29:18 PM  
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Smeggy Smurf: All the cool kids are having sex these days anyway

Sex was so much fun when it was just with the computer.  Once I started playing with other humans, I realized how bad I was at it, and stopped trying.
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