Top 10 Dumbest Decisions Made by Nintendo
The Top Ten Dumbest Decisions Made by Nintendo
They're trying to get them back, apparently
Why do you think this was a dumb decision? Rare's Nintendo AND Microsoft works were both good, and all consoles deserve respect. Sometimes things come and go, and we just have to learn to adapt to new times.
I also never understand why people want Conker's Bad Fur Day to be part of Nintendo when that game is actually a reason that Rare ditched Nintendo and got bought out by Microsoft, and yet, people treating that decision like it's the worst ever. What?
Some things happen, and there is nothing we can do about it.
The PlayStation was the result of this
Not only that but they unintentionally helped Sony create one of their greatest competition The PlayStation. - egnomac
Instead of the SNES-CD, we got CDi games
Let's hope switch is better
Thanks to the PlayStation's disks, the N64 sold half of that.
And it really hurt them in the long run. - egnomac
It bombed so hard, it was Japan-exclusive, and only 12 games were made for it, including one expansion pak
Not as bad as that bizarre censorship of Tharja in Fire Emblem Awakening.
If Warner Brothers didn't convince JK Rowling to ditch the project, it would have happened
Harry Potter games by Nintendo would have been AWESOME!
So bad it's on here twice
Good thing they're letting Nintendo YouTubers monetizing their own videos now.
From Mario Odyssey
The controls were TERRIBLE! Other than that, it was great.
They helped make underrated franchises like Fossil Fighters, Professor Layton and Drawn to Life
I want Drawn to Life 3!
I hope Krystal will appear as a playable fighter in the next game. She deserves it, especially being one of the most requested characters.
Please, don't let Nintendo be like Disney, or worse, be bought out and part of Disney.
Even more shocking they're allies now!
It proved to be capable.
I know it's restocking soon, but that shouldn't have been a problem in the first place.
In the early 90s, Nintendo partnered with fellow Japanese tech company Sony Computer Entertainment to create a CD-ROM add-on for the Super Nintendo called the SNES-CD. They would eventually show off the collaboration at the 1991 Consumer Electronic Show, where it received a very positive response, but only a day later, Nintendo announced that they were ditching Sony in order to partner with Philips instead. This would turn out to be one of Nintendo’s gravest mistakes, as their decision not greatly damaged their relationship with Sony, but actually pushed Sony to create a gaming console of their own, which would eventually become the PlayStation.
They were only HALF of the size of a normal DVD.
I was alright with OOT and TWW, but NOPE! Zelda just HAD to have 2 games on each console.