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  • taokaka - November 12, 2012 5:47 a.m.

    Well the wii u is completely screwed now, nobody will buy it because why would somebody play games other than for the satisfaction of letting other people know you play games. I love collecting/destroying/killing an obscene amount of hidden objects in games to get a bronze trophy which lets other people know I'm better than them. The wii u will flop and it will flop hard, just look at the sega saturn, atari jaguar, nokia ngage and virtual boy, none of them had achievements and they all failed because of it. But seriously, as much as I'd love to keep up the satirical post I'm going to stop before somebody takes it seriously and wrap up my comment with one word, meh!
  • A000 - November 12, 2012 5:25 a.m.

    I'm fine with that personally. My 360 gamerscore was pretty poor. Something like 20,000 out of a possible 200,000. Really paid no attention to it what so ever. I don't need constant reassurance from my games that I'm doing something right. If I'm having fun, that'll do. Sucks for the people that do want that though. And it does seem strange to learn there won't be a system like this in place considering how long ago we started hearing about "Accomplishments". I thought it was all but a given. Apparently not.
  • supermage65 - November 12, 2012 5:23 a.m.

    I don't really mind, as Nintendo games in my opinion have never needed any sort of achievement/trophy system. I would like, however, to see them integrate it later in the Wii U's lifespan mainly for non-Nintendo developed games (I was looking forward to ZombiU achievements/trophies).
  • SpiritTemple - November 12, 2012 5:05 a.m.

    Heard about this earlier today, I'm actually a little bit disappointed in Nintendo for not making their own achievement/trophy system (They could have called theirs 'stars' or something), seems like a missed opportunity to me.

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