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#1 moviequest14
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That isn't fact..in fact it is barely speculaation.Xbox720 will admittadley be cheaper (meaning more than likely not significantly more powerful) and both Sony and Microsoft are aiming at the casual market as-of-late.The wii-u might be over-powered by the competitions but only by a tiny bit and d### straight not by the same ammount that wii was to ps3.

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#2 moviequest14
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I personally don't see why Nintendo NEEDS M-rated games.It isn't like there is this new element of gaming that wasn't around 20 years ago that requires a game to have an M-rating to be good.If you check (ie.) the ps3 game shelves literally 90% of the titles are rated M and the few that aren't are often movie-cash-ins.Has the the gaming community become so obsessed with a false sense of manliness that they need an M-rating for a game to be good? Games like Conduit,Uncharted,Goldeneye,etc. show you can easily have violence and even mild language in a game and still keep the T rating.

Nintendo doesn't make M-rated titles because M-rated titles don't need to be made.I can't say of a single time in CoD where I was saying ''Wow,I really enjoy how he just sayd f### right there''.Or in GTA when I said that s## was definitely needed to make the game good! There are exceptions for M-rated titles (ie. Resident Evil) but if games/game producers only used what was neccessary in games than they would see a larger (and possibly younger) fan-base come in.

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#3 moviequest14
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I will put it in simple chart form.. (+ is positive aspects, - is negative and = is evened out)

+ Great graphics and power that makes polygonal gaming a great experience.

+ A very nice home menu with simple controls,quite a bit of in-system material,and quite a few entertainment options.

+Improved possibilities for wi-fi not only including home connection,but better online content and multiplayer.

+thumbstick is without a doubt some of the best controls I have ever seen.

+Feels more connected with wii and feels even more like a Nintendo-style product.

+Great Sound system.

=Game line-up has a GREAT future but is a little dry at the time being.

=While spotpass (wireless downloads) is enjoyable it is irritating having to turn it off and back on to avoid battery burn-out.

-This system is a lot more addicting,which means the battery could've been made to last a bit longer.

-There is little,if any,use for the d-pad as it is not only in an awkward position and seldom fills out any purpose,but also leaves a bad reminder after the excellence of the thumbstick.

-Friend system is as completely annoying as ever and friend codes are irritating..not clever.

-Nintendo E-shop has mainly dsi-ware titles (which don't even get close to stretching the 3ds virtual capability) and Virtual Console with only one true 3ds title yet.

Overall: I have been very pleased with the 3ds and the couple negative features can almost all be fixed in updates and fixes.