The Next Aonuma
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|Subject: Re: Nintendo Online Service and SNES Online Jubilation Thread Wed 17 Feb 2021 - 19:00|| |
- @Buskalilly wrote:
- I don't think dumping everything popular all at once would have served anyone. People always think that's what they want, but just look at all the hours we spend scrolling Netflix and not watching anything.
I guess the idea, stemming from the Virtual Consoles having been things as much as anything else, would be that there's a dump of classics at the start (those like, if we assume that the N64's going to be announced today, SM64 and MK64), and then a drip-feed of mixed classics and forgotten gems over time? That seems like the ideal to me. I think we got that to some extent (might or might not be remembering this correctly), but arguably not as far as they could've gone.
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|Subject: Re: Nintendo Online Service and SNES Online Jubilation Thread Wed 17 Feb 2021 - 19:14|| |
Buska is right as I always got excited when MS announced new backwards compatible games now and then instead of here's 300 games.
I would be like what ones will I play.