Do people really think Nintendo doesn’t have ties to Amazon or the JP government?

Do people really think Nintendo doesn’t have ties to Amazon or the JP government?

How in the fuck is the Switch is still more "wanted" than the PS5 in Japan even though everyone already owns one over there? How does that make a blind fuck bit of sense?

23 thoughts on “Do people really think Nintendo doesn’t have ties to Amazon or the JP government?”

  1. In Japan some retail stores are unboxing ps5s in store for the customers and throwing away the box because buying them to resell them is so endemic.

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  2. >Why is a system full of bing bing wahoo more popular with kids, families and people who actualy want to play games other than Fifa and Third Person Cinematic Woke Walker 69?

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      idc about any console war bullshit at all (i’ve owned every nintendo and playstation system going back decades) but if sony’s gonna selectively censor japanese games i’m not gonna buy their stuff, full stop. not gonna buy a ps5 unless they decide to reverse course on this stupidity.

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  3. Hilarious how mindbroken this tablet has made this board. Same threads everyday with the same exact replies for years. And we still have BOTW2 to come yet.

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  4. PS5 has no appeal since it has hardly any games and costs an arm and a leg. Switch has a lot of games even if a lot of them are ports from wiiu that nobody owned. Switch is also pretty cheap. PS5 will see better sales once it has games people want to play.

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  5. the switch oled just released, people just like to double dip for some reason, and besides that, the ps5 is really fucking hard to get

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  6. Amazon blacklisted Nintendo for the entirety of the 3DS/Wii U era over Nintendo’s OEM return policy during the Wii/DS era. I highly doubt they are in bed

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  7. Why are you surprised? Nintendo is running unoppoesd.
    Sony is deader than Hoffa in Japan.
    Even the fucking Xbox is getting steam (no pun intended).

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