A Plea to Nintendo from a Lifelong Fan – Chris Stuckmann

Chris Stuckmann makes an open letter/video to Nintendo about his hopes and dreams for the company’s future.

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Quick, funny reviews of movies and games, new and old.

4 comments

  1. I haven’t played many Nintendo games in my time. Yeah, I’ve had a lot of the Nintendo consoles but only one or two games for each of them. *shrugs* So… did you tweet this video to Nintendo or something? Lastly, I learned a lot from this video. O.O

  2. Not sure I agree about rare. Nintendo got rid of them, as they could see the company wasn’t what it once was, and was churning out poop. If they could still make great games, why aren’t they doing for msoft?

  3. So basically, Nintendo is making the same mistakes that Sega did in the 90s: trying so hard to pioneer console hardware but forgetting to make good games.

    I agree with your assessment of the Wii: the motion sensing control had a certain amount of appeal. Heck, Sony and Microsoft even attempted to duplicate it with the Move and the Kinect respectively, with lackluster results. But at the end of the day, the Wii didn’t really have the kinds of games that I wanted to play, like the Arkham series, Red Dead Redemption, or Skyrim. So when I got my console for that era, it was the XBox 360. My next console will likely be a PS4.

  4. Not a bad video, but I think Chris get a few things wrong.

    1) Rare was on the downslope when Microsoft bought them up

    2) The reason for the GameCube controller for Smash 4 Wii-U is because of the Melee purists. The Gamepad and pro controller work better honestly, because they are standard twinstick controllers.

    3) Goldeneye is not the game changer that Doom, Quake, Unreal, and Duke Nukem were, and it’s probably aged the worst.

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