I wasn't really calling out Mario64 as a hard and fast point of contention. Moreso I was calling into question your statement that (based on how it's worded) the frequency at which you find a game with a broken camera is higher now than it was in the N64 era. I do not agree.whoozwah
ok ok. but you can't deny the crap load of 3rd party wii games with broken cameras.
and i fail to see how mario 64 doesn't have all those things. (it even has a fixed camera option for crying out loud. if the camera moves too much for you then use the GAWD STINKING FIXED CAMERA OPTION!)
(of course you're right about everything else not related to that game)
Even the nearly flawless Mario 64 has a camera that's broken by today's standards.
We were more forgiving of said issues in 1999. Compare people's thoughts of Super Mario Sunshine's camera to Mario 64's. Hell Epic Mickey got slammed for bad camera that many would've forgiven a decade ago.
um... ok... this is wrong on so many levels. there are WAY more games with broken cameras today than in the n64 era.