I’m most likely going to take a lot of heat for this blog post, but am I the only one who thinks the new Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild looks like a Nintendo GameCube game?
I mean come on people… it’s 2017, and that there game looks extremely dated.
Don’t get me wrong my fellow gamers, I’m totally one of them nubs who subscribes to the belief that it doesn’t really matter what a game looks like… so long as it’s great.
But… did Nintendo really have to make an entirely new system to push this last generation looking title? I think not, and I’m almost positive any of you out there who isn’t being paid by Nintendo to promote it… is kinda wondering the same thing right about now.
I mean let’s face it… Nintendo is the Apple of the video game world. When they make something, for the most part, people buy it… even if they don’t really need it.
I think we’re going to see this mentality played out across the board when it comes to the just released Nintendo Switch, which I’m sure the company is banking on.
Oh, and they will most likely do what they normally do, which is release the same 10 titles they always come out with for each and every one of their consoles, just under different titles… or with the number 7 or 15 at the end of their old titles.
In my opinion, Nintendo should just hang it up, and follow in the footsteps of Sega. They don’t need to make hardware anymore, and should just focus solely on games.
They could easily distribute their titles to the master race system, telephones, the Sony PlayStation, and Microsoft Xbox. This would allow them to focus more on making better games, instead of wrapping old titles in slightly better graphics every 3 to 5 years.
Although, until fan boys wake up and smell the obvious bullshit, Nintendo will continue to keep on creating last generation technology, inevitably wrapped in some (cough, cough… Apple) pretty little packaging… and selling them bitches to lemmings lot hot cakes.
Please wake up people, and stop feeding this rusty old machine with your hard earned monies. It is most definitely high time for Nintendo to finally evolve (Pokemon pun intended) into something better… once and for all.