Nintendo profit drops despite strong holiday sales


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i bought both a wii and ps3 when the systems came out. while fun at first, the wii quickly lost its unique controller based properties. every game i bought for the system was fun for a few shakes but almost all the titles could not handle any decent story or engrossing environment that kept me hooked. after about 6 months i sold the damn thing out of the fact that i just never even picked it up anymore. on the other hand i still grab every free second i have to game on my ps3 and find the japanese version absolutely wonderful due to the fact that it plays all regions (also imported games are surprisingly reasonably priced in den den town).

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unrested, thanks for sharing! Now I know what to recommend when my kids become a bit older! We have the DS Lite but always when I see whats possible on PSP I see big advantage for the later. The only deciding factor could be your kids want to share games/heroes like Pokemon, now Inazuma eleven...

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Still gaming?

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