Being angry about things that don't exist sounds


I agree. Can it be Iwata dying? Reggie leaving? Or just a general change in Animal Crossing Nook Miles Ticket business attitude? It is really disappointing. I used to appreciate how they seemed to care about creating entertaining games instead of only money. I am hoping it comes backagain. .

Entirely agree. I had been convinced that Nintendo would know the expectations which could come with announcing a 50 minute general direct rather than using the"miniature" qualifier or even just doing many of these statements via twitter like they've been performing for the last year. However, I was wrong. They sincerely appear to believe that guide was worth the entire year + wait and we still haven't gotten any info on major franchises such as you said, and somehow got a 2022 date for a sequel to a game which really doesn't need one. Splatoon 2 already felt like a growth than worthy of becoming a full fledged sequel, however, guessed they would do exactly what they do using Smash and kart and release one per match, but now they are just giving us another one that most probably won't be all that different and likely could have better been served as an expansion than a full online sequel. Meanwhile no Metroid news. Not even a remaster statement that people have been claiming has been arriving for like 3 decades now I think.

I saw this comment in another thread concerning yesterday's Direct and I think that it hits right at home for a good deal of the people commenting here. I don't doubt at all most of you who are complaining are young adult/adult gamers. In addition, I believe a lot of you once again had wayyy too high of expectations. You all need to keep in mind that Nintendo's focused demographic are children, families, and casual gamers. While they have thrown more older /"hardcore" gamers a few names such as BOTW, Fire Emblem, as well as the bonus levels in Odyssey, one of the main focuses are having gameplay that is accessible to as many people as possible.

Being angry about things that don't exist sounds so tiring and sad to me. Why not people only play games that they like? I will never have time and cash to play with all of the excellent games available. I just don't get why being angry is indeed important to a people. If you do not like something, do not think about it. Stop caring. Put the energy in to things you want.

From 1 perspective, yes. What's wrong with this?

Again, I personally think Nintendo could be doing so many things to make themselves better, but I am not losing sleep with it. I'm not really in Cheap Animal Crossing Items their demographic anymore and will perform the few games they release that do seem interesting to me.