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 Jun 10, 2004 - 05:00 PM - by Michael
* Nintendo thinks Gaming has gone Stale...

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So Nintendo thinks that console gaming is going stale...

Personally, I don't quite see their point. Yes, Nintendo has been down in revenues. Yes, in Japan the market itself has been down - and America's not moving up at quite the same pace it was four years ago.

But look at the economies in both places, look at the industries as they exist. Heck, one could look at the lengthening product cycles and the drop in number of new titles (and more to the point, new GOOD titles) being released.

I'll try their new console, that's certain. But I can't quite believe that the traditional console gaming experience is really in any sort of vast danger.
 

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