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Nintendo Listened to Family Friendly Gaming

 

 

Cordova, TN; April 17, in the year of our Lord 2015--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is tuning up the band pointing out that Nintendo is listening to Family Friendly Gaming Universe. The wheels over at Nintendo may move very slow, but they do eventually move. Back in May 26, in the year of our Lord 2013, Family Friendly Gaming told Nintendo in the “How The Wii U Can Dominate” article ways Nintendo could vastly improve the Wii U. Here is one of the ideas Family Friendly Gaming gave to Nintendo:

Port over DS/3DS titles

This seems like a no-brainer and probably one of the easiest things Nintendo could do. We have a TV screen, and we have a screen on the Nintendo Wii U Gamepad. The Nintendo 3DS, and Nintendo DS have two screens as well. The bottom screen on the DS/3DS and Wii U Gamepad are all touch screens. Nintendo has embraced downloading games on their systems, so why aren't we playing DS/3DS games on the Wii U yet? Being able to play Gameboy Advance games on the Gamecube (thanks to that add on) was one of the coolest things we have done in a long time. Nintendo needs to bring that back.


Recently Nintendo has followed the intelligent advice of Family Friendly Gaming. They have started to release download only versions of Nintendo DS games on the Wii U. This is definitely a step in the right direction. The next step for Nintendo to make is to release a physical device that lets us plug in our physical copy cartridges, and play them on the Wii U. Since Nintendo has released download only version, we know the Wii U has a Nintendo DS emulator on it. A physical device allowing families to play their currently owned cartridges on the home console is the next logical direction to take. This step would also support the enormously popular physical copy movement.

So there you have it. Proof that Nintendo is listening to Family Friendly Gaming. Never lose hope that one of your ideas will be implemented in the future. Please note Family Friendly Gaming was provided no compensation of any kind for Nintendo using this money making idea. Nor do we expect Nintendo to send over any financial compensation. We believe in giving, and not getting. A fine example we hope others in the video game industry will learn from, and emulate.


God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming

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