I'm in your mind fuzz
- Sep 26, 2010
thease so called "mature" games have been around for a long time and have made a lot of money, COD, Halo, Ass Creed say what you want people buy that shitAiddon said:Because they're not interested in them, mostly because they see right through them for what they really are: shallow attempts to seem "adult" when in fact they're so blatantly juvenile it's painful. They have no interest in such childish antics because they know while they'll make money for a few years their lasting power has always been suspect. Their repertoire of RPGs is fine, they have no interest in the FPS craze especially since it seems to be going DOWN as of late, and for RTS's they have Pikmin for that. They work by genre and mechanics, not by trying to emulate the efforts of writers just copying what's hot on TV at the moment.
and Nintendo did have a "mature" title...it was called Metroid
I don't blame Nintendo for sticking to what they know, its just not my fault if its not my thing anymore