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Type: Public
Founded: September 23, 1889
Founder: Fusajiro Yamauchi
Headquarters: Minami-ku, Kyoto, Japan
Key people: Shuntaro Furukawa (president)
Shigeru Miyamoto (fellow)
Divisions: Nintendo EPD
Nintendo PTD
Nintendo BDD
1-Up Studio
Mario Club
Monolith Soft
Next Level Games
Nintendo European Research & Development
Nintendo Sales
Nintendo Software Technology
Nintendo Technology Development
Retro Studios
The Pokémon Company (shared between both Game Freak and Creatures)

"''I have a question for God... WHY!?''"

Flithy Frank, Super Trash Bros. VS. Dankey Kang

Nintendo Co., Ltd. (任天堂株式会社, Nintendō Kabushiki-gaisha) is a Japanese consumer electronics and video game company based in Minami-ku, Kyoto. It was founded in 1889 as Nintendo Karuta, which produced handmade hanafuda playing cards. In 1977, Nintendo manufactured the first game system, the Color TV-Game, which was succeeded by the Family Computer in Japan and the Nintendo Entertainment System available in the rest of the world. The company gained international recognition with the release of the 1981 arcade game Donkey Kong and later with Super Mario Bros., a platform video game released in 1985.

Due to the success of the NES, Nintendo started producing other consoles, with the most successful being the Game Boy, Super Nintendo Entertainment System, the Nintendo DS, the Wii, and the Nintendo Switch. The company is also notable for publishing video games of Super Mario and Donkey Kong, The Legend of Zelda, Pokémon, Kirby, Metroid, Fire Emblem, Animal Crossing, and Super Smash Bros. franchises.

Why They’re A Huge Game Over Nowadays

  1. Much like Universal Music and Viacom (now known as Paramount Global), they're way too overprotective of their IPs and have written lots of C&D orders to fan-made games as well. It is justified to protect their brand, but their enforcement is extreme and unnecessary, going well beyond anything needed to protect their brand.
    • One of the most infamous examples of this was when their American division wrote a cease and desist order to The Big House, a Smash competition event for using a mod called Slippi, which would allow Melee to use rollback netcode. To make matters worse, when a lot of top competitors in a Splatoon 2 tournament showed their support for the Big House and the rest of the Smash community under the #FreeMelee movement, Nintendo canceled their live stream of the event. This shows that they cannot handle a small amount of negative criticism.
      • The same division even sent a cease and desist to Riptide for producing a tournament that used Project +, an updated Project M mod that aimed to fix certain issues players have with Super Smash Bros Brawl.
    • They wrote a C&D order to a group selling Etika-themed Joy-Cons that were being sold for mental health charities and were made to honor the memory of the late Etika, even though those Joy-Cons were infringing nothing. This was before it was revealed that Captain Alex, the person behind the Etikon sales, was exposed for being a total scammer since only $10 of each sale was sent to a charity, while the remaining $55 went straight to the seller's pockets [1].
    • 7 years after Yuzu's launch, around February 2024 Nintendo would later sue the Yuzu team for encouraging piracy after their newest Zelda game was played by pirates on their emulator. Yuzu did not facilitate or promote piracy, and the lawsuit did not allege that they did either - rather, Nintendo intends to bankrupt the indie developers for the actions of third parties that have nothing to do with the developers themselves seven years after the release of the emulator. The emulator also didn't work if you didn't purchase a real Switch, so it clearly wasn't being designed with piracy in mind. As a result the Yuzu team shutdown the sites for both Yuzu and Citra.
    • A day after Suyu (Yuzu's successor emulator) released, it removed the entiery GitLab scourse.
    • Hypocrisy: Even though Nintendo is overprotective and paranoid, they have once stole an power-up from a SMW rom hack, such as Bubble Mario in Super Mario Wonder. Bubble Mario's appearance is very identical to the Super Mario World hack, his power-ups are identical. [2]
  2. Two of their consoles, the Wii U and the Virtual Boy were commercial failures.
  3. They will shut down their mobile games 1-2 years after they were made if they financially flopped really hard. If you spent money on one of the apps that had shut down, you would lose all of the money you spent on the game, and that money would never come back. For Dr. Mario World, at the very least, the game gave you unlimited lives for the rest of the game's lifespan if you bought anything with real money, but still. Hell, Dragalia Lost got shut down as well, although it lasted for a long 4 years.
  4. They've taken lots of measures against third parties that have tried to work with them to create eSport events for Super Smash Bros. all because they simply don't see the game that way.
  5. Thanks to the success of Splatoon, plenty of their games from the Switch era have followed the "Release Now, Fix Later" mindset that sustains most games as service cases.
    • For example, Animal Crossing: New Horizons (although its predecessor, New Leaf, somehow followed such a concept with one major content update released in 2016 with never before seen content), Pokémon Sword and Shield, Mario Strikers: Battle League (even going as far as to remove key characters like Princess Daisy, who is regarded as one of the best characters in the Mario Strikers series, only to have patched her later via a future update), Nintendo Switch Sports, Mario Golf: Super Rush, Kirby: Star Allies, and, most infamously, Mario Tennis: Aces (and infamously, Ultra Smash, despite coming from the Wii U era). Not to say that they rushed a good chunk of their games in the past, but this system proves that point even more. Sure some of those games we mentioned were not bad to begin with, but it gets annoying quickly. Despite this, however, it's usually free depending on the game, despite its annoying nature.
  6. They use the awful artificial scarcity tactic for some products through Fire Emblem's Path of Radiance, Radiant Dawn, and New Mystery of the Emblem (Japan only) and the infamous Super Mario 3D All-Stars, making them a huge target for scalpers.
  7. Like Sony, they copied Microsoft's idea of making online play a paid service and thus made online multiplayer on the main consoles not free anymore (apart from that on older consoles which are still free), though this is mitigated by the fact that Nintendo Switch Online is cheaper than PlayStation Network and Xbox Live.
    • Despite this, they released another subscription plan that includes a rental of the Animal Crossing New Horizons and Mario Kart 8 DLCs (which are $25 separately), the ability to purchase Nintendo Switch compatible N64 and Genesis controllers, and Nintendo 64 and Sega Mega Drive/Genesis games for an additional $30 a year on top of the normal plan, or a whopping 150% more than the original plan. This particular plan only costs $10 less than a PS Plus subscription for the same amount of time. These prices are so outrageous, you may as well go get a used Nintendo 64 or Genesis/Mega Drive from eBay or your nearest pawn shop as that may end up being cheaper than this subscription plan in the long run.
      • On that note, there is a Sega Genesis/Mega Drive collection with a larger variety of these games on the Nintendo eShop for a decent price plus getting to keep them forever, unlike this subscription plan. In addition, some of the games found in the Nintendo Switch Online's Genesis library have been officially re-released on mobile, being fully playable for free.
  8. They don't allow refunds on the eShop, unlike other companies' online storefronts, further proof that the company is greedy.
  9. They release ports of already existing games at a full price and most of their games have been out since. Even the Switch's launch hasn't gotten official price drops. The worst offender is Super Mario 3D All-Stars, a full-priced and rushed game compilation that just emulates three Mario games that were barely upgraded and had emulation issues at launch. Also, the original Super Mario 64 came on Switch Online through a premium plan, making this release pointless.
    • On the subject of Super Mario 3D All-Stars, Super Mario Galaxy 2 was left out for unknown reasons and Nintendo refused to acknowledge why it was excluded from the compilation, even after Super Mario 3D All-Stars got delisted.
  10. They are against online distribution of ROMs of old games, even if they aren't on the market anymore. They say this is because of "piracy" reasons, but again, these are out-of-print games we are talking about. So whether we get the old game through a legitimate copy or a free ROM, Nintendo isn't making any money off of it anymore. And speaking of which, emulating an old game does not count as piracy and is not illegal.
    • Finding a physical copy of an out-of-print game is also pretty difficult. Some copies out there on the internet are in poor condition and some of them are too expensive (especially if it's a rare game, such as Metroid Prime Hunters, where it's kinda hard to find the full game because of the former only being available as a demo).
      • Some games like Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance and Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn had very limited releases and are very expensive to find nowadays, making the option of emulating them much harder for many people.
    • There are some rumors that Nintendo took an unofficial ROM from the internet of Super Mario Bros. and sold it on the Virtual Console service, which would make them hypocrites. However, some sources have disproven these rumors, saying that the reason why Nintendo's VC version is identical to the ROM they allegedly stole used a similar dumping method.
    • In addition, they took down the Super Mario Bros. Commodore 64 port in April 2019 by also claiming it is "piracy", despite the game being 35 years old, that not many people play anymore on a platform that has been long discontinued, and that it has been out of the market for years.
      • Similarly, they also took down the native port of Super Mario 64 for the PC in 2020, while also claiming that it was piracy, despite the fact that the port requires a ROM of the original Super Mario 64 anyway.
    • They are also against unofficial emulators, as they took some of them down[3] and have also taken down video guides on emulation for the Steam Deck, despite them not talking about ROMs.
    • And due to the closure of all Nintendo eShops (except for Nintendo Switch), none of their games made aside from the Switch's library can be legally purchased other than finding used copies of said games for their original hardware or piracy if they were digital-only releases. As for the NES, N64, and SNES games, they can only be streamed from that point onwards.
  11. They once (thankfully) did a strategy where they made some of their anniversary games limited release both physically and digitally in order to scare their fans into buying them before they're gone (Similar to the extremely infamous Disney Vault).
    • What's even worse about this is that they were doing it during a pandemic when lots of people were having issues with their financial stability (The COVID-19 pandemic to be more specific).
  12. Sometimes, they take down music videos on YouTube containing songs for Super Mario 64, The Legend of Zelda, and many more, yet they won’t officially release their soundtrack to an online service officially. This led to YouTuber GilvaSunner's channel receiving over 3,500 copyright claims in a single week. This is likely because YouTube videos can be converted to audio files, resulting in music theft.
  13. Although it depends on your opinion, they've recently made some of their characters, including Mario (who is the company's mascot), punching bags just for shock value just to promote their new fighters for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate in 2018 until 2021.
    • In fact and as if that wasn't enough, this would even result in controversies as well, thanks to how utterly mean-spirited they were. Here’s one example: when Luigi was implied to be killed in the trailer for Simon Belmont, it resulted in a massive fan backlash due to Luigi being one of the most innocent characters and basically using an innocent character's death just for shock value, whereas the death was even sparked on news outlets (including the BBC). In response, the official NintendoVSUK account apologized, assuring everyone that Luigi was okay.
    • Although again, this can be funny due to being depicted in a comical manner, and thankfully, this was stopped when Sora's trailer showed Mario and other fighters greeting him.
  14. Another infamous practice is that they often ignore criticism whether it's important or not.
    • Nintendo hasn't tried to improve their peer-to-peer paid online service, which was already panned for being laggy, especially on games like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate since launch.
    • They've been ignoring the issue of the Joy-Con drift and are doing very little to fix it aside from offering repairs, saying that the Joy-Con drift "is not a real issue" (though it’s possible that they thought it was something different)[4] which only lasts a few weeks before drifting again rather than re-designing the controller to remove the issue entirely (and yes, the Switch Lite still has the issue). Many suspect that Nintendo is pretending that the Joy-Con drift is not an issue in order to artificially increase the sales of Joy-Cons with a few, such as Max Gilardi, insinuating that it was intentional. This means that they deliberately designed the Joy-Cons to drift on purpose! Until 2021, only after a lawsuit, they fixed the drift by adding 2 pieces of foam at the back of the Joy-Con's back plastic case.
    • Speaking of the Joy-Con drift, if you sign a warranty for the console that came with the Joy-Cons, your Joy-Cons would stop working.
  15. The rerelease of Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light (which was essentially a repeat of the Super Mario 3D All-Stars controversy) proved that they learned nothing (although thankfully, this was stopped).
    • Not to mention many people noted that Nintendo's translation lost all the charm that the original fan translations had. What’s not helping matters is that Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon, which was released long prior to that translation, was marred by poor dialogue choices.
  16. They tend to close the eShops of all their discontinued systems just because they no longer find them profitable:
    • Firstly, they stopped allowing users to add DSi Shop Points in 2016 and closed the Nintendo DSi shop in 2017. However, from 2017 to 2023, most of the DSiWare can still be bought on the 3DS eShop.
    • Following this, they stopped allowing users to add Wii Shop Points in 2018 and closed the Nintendo Wii shop in 2019. Unlike the DSi, a lot of exclusive games made for the platform would be permanently lost to time if not for piracy.
    • The final straw to this issue is when Nintendo announced the closures of both the Nintendo Wii U and 3DS eShops on March 27, 2023, where credit card support has been removed worldwide. Users are no longer able to use prepaid eShop credit directly from these platforms as of August 28, 2022 (which they'll need to work around it instead by doing so off the Nintendo Switch or and they plan to close the eShop itself on March 27, 2023. This would mean that many of their games would be lost without piracy, including DSiWare, and certain games like Nintendo Badge Arcade would also shut down due to their over-reliance on microtransactions.
    • Unlike the DSi and Wii, Nintendo has forgotten to disable the option to add eShop credit on the Wii U and 3DS eShops, meaning that if someone were to unsuspectingly try to add an eShop fund code without reading the closure notice, they would be given an end-of-support error for all valid codes and the usual errors for all incorrect or used codes, leaving users no choice but to enter the code on the Switch or the company website to add the funds that way.
    • Speaking of the 3DS and Wii U, the eShops in Latin America (excluding Mexico and Brazil) were already completely closed in 2020 because they had limited functionality, only allowing users to input codes that were bought online, redownload previously downloaded games, and download software updates.
    • Without warning, in March 2022, the Nintendo DSi and Wii shops completely lost support, where users could no longer redownload games and get the transfer tools for these respective systems. However, as of July 7, 2022, both stores went back online in the same state they were in before with no explanation as to why it happened in the first place and why it took 4 months to get them back online.
    • Unlike them, Sony has actually changed their mind after seeing the intense backlash that making the same decision has caused (except for the PSP, where said games are only purchasable from PS3 to send to the PSP), further proving that Nintendo has learned nothing. In fact, the Xbox 360 Marketplace remains open to this day (although it's due to shut down in 2024) with no signs of decline because some backward compatible games, like the Left 4 Dead series, Skate 2, any Xbox 360 DLC, and others, are not available on the Microsoft Store for the Xbox One and Xbox Series X.
    • Because of this, most of the eShop exclusives such as the Dillon's Rolling Western series can never be bought or be obtained legally ever again, the only way to get these games now is through piracy.
  17. While this isn't entirely their fault, they and Illumination replaced most all their entire voice acting cast from the games for The Super Mario Bros. Movie with celebrities, even Charles Martinet, who voiced Mario and Luigi continuously for over 25 years. However, they still have Charles on board to reprise his role for unknown characters as surprise cameos (who are Giuseppe, Papa Mario, and Mario in the training course scene) that are not Mario or Luigi. This did also lead to many internet memes surrounding the casting choices that Illumination had made for this film.
    • Besides Jack Black, Seth Rogen, Fred Armisen, and Charles Martinet, Kevin Michael Richardson is also the only other professional voice actor, with hundreds of credits in more than 30 years.
    • A few months later, Chris Pratt was also announced to be the voice of Garfield in the upcoming Garfield film produced by Alcon Entertainment and Sony (except China), which also spawned Internet memes as a result involving Chris Pratt being (mis)cast as any cartoon character ever made thanks to the poorly timed announcement.
    • To be fair, Bowser, Donkey Kong, Kamek, Cranky Kong, Koopa Troopas, Lumalee, and Diddy Kong really never talked in any of the Mario games aside from text dialogue in certain games with a few exceptions (though Bowser actually spoke in Super Mario Sunshine) so this is one of the few media where the said characters legitimately talk via voice acting. This is also the first time that the obscure character Foreman Spike gets to have a speaking voice because he comes from an old-school game (Wrecking Crew).
    • Thankfully, this aged badly, as Chris Pratt's voice performance as Mario has improved in newer clips and media in 2022 and 2023. Even Jack Black, Charlie Day, Anya Taylor-Joy, and Seth Rogen were praised for their voices in newer clips last year and this year.
  18. They often tend to cancel quite a few of their projects for rather poor reasons and sometimes for no reason at all, such as Yoshi Racing (which was meant to be a 3D platformer developed by Argonaut Games, but was rejected for absolutely no reason at all possibly other than having to compete with their already-popular Mario Kart franchise) and screwed over the development studio as a whole after the unfortunate cancellation of Star Fox 2 (until 2017, where it was released exclusively with the SNES Mini, then Switch Online at a later date) which was also canceled due to nearly being released when the fifth generation of consoles was still thriving and successful at that time with both the Sony PlayStation and the Sega Saturn.
    • Speaking of the Sony PlayStation, it was supposed to be an add-on for the SNES, but Nintendo also rejected it because they preferred to work with Phillips, which angered Sony to the point where they made it an original console and it became more successful than the N64.
  19. The Russian division is especially awful since the employees are treated terribly.[5] The general manager of Nintendo Russia, Yasha Haddaji, insulted his staff on a live stream. He is also accused of sexual harassment, blackmailing, abuse, etc. Even after the allegations, Nintendo still didn't fire him.[6]
  20. Unlike either of their console competitors, especially Sony, which started making PC ports of their first-party exclusive games like God of War (2018), The Last Us Part I and II, and SEGA, who ported their games from their 90s consoles to mobile and some consoles and even started to port their games to PC since the late 90s, Nintendo is still a stranger to PC/mobile gaming, as they have yet to port any of their first-party exclusive games to PC/mobile, making their games somewhat inaccessible to those who don't want a Nintendo console, although this is somewhat understandable since their games are meant to be specifically played on their consoles.
    • Nintendo has already released some games only for mobile, But anyway, The two Mario games are a little unfaithful to their counterparts and some of the Pokémon games, especially Pokemon Masters EX, despite being good, are very unfaithful, While Pikmin Bloom is fun to play, he is somewhat unfaithful due to the lack of enemies.
    • There was a Pikmin PC port, but it is a debug rather than an actual game, making it the only Nintendo "game" for PC until the purely forgotten game found in 2023 called "Pokémon Adventure 2000, The Movie Game", and it is the only real Nintendo PC game ever released, and it was a website game.
  21. In 2015, they launched the infamous creator's program, which would allow Nintendo to take a quarter of ad revenue from videos that use their content. This copyright system has received extreme controversy and backlash, since it basically took down plenty of gameplay videos, even if they fell under fair use, causing the Nintendo Creator's Program to be shut down for good 3 years later.
    • Even though they shut it down, they keep continuing on filling false copyright claims on YouTube starting from 2020, even gameplay videos with mods intended to be entertainment are excluded, this is discrimination towards people, especially Nintendo fans who want fun.
  22. Despite what BQ#7 says, Nintendo was initially against the concept of online gaming, with the late president Satoru Iwata explaining that "customers do not want online games", Which is a lie, online games can be more fun than just offline games, with small exceptions.[7]
  23. Their mobile game Mario Kart Tour has microtransactions and loot boxes, which is very out-of-character for them, though thankfully, the Gacha system was removed. The app even has a Gold Pass that's even more expensive than the Nintendo Switch Online. Not long after, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp added not one, but two subscription-based services within the game that is just as, if not, more expensive than Mario Kart Tour's gold pass. In fact, the latter added a third subscription pass a few years later, further emphasizing how greedy the company has become these past couple of years.
  24. They stopped supporting Netflix on the Wii U and 3DS in June 2021, with still no Switch app planned. It is likely Netflix will never be on the Switch as they wanted it to be a gaming-first platform. However, this wasn't a thing in other countries to begin with, this is very strange since Netflix claims it is available on all platforms.
  25. Whenever they announce a Switch port of a Wii U game, they often delist it from the Wii U eShop, preventing people from buying it for a cheaper cost. However, when Pikmin 3 got this treatment, there were enough complaints that shortly got the game back on the eShop. In fact, they even decided to get rid of the original Super Mario Maker on Wii U and removed the ability to share any more levels on March 31, 2021, due to the success of the sequel. However, its 3DS port is still available at Nintendo Selects prices until the 3DS eShop closure in 2023.
  26. It was leaked by someone in December 2020 that Nintendo of America stalked people who modded their products.[8][9]
    • Speaking of that leak, it was mentioned that 3DS hacker Neimod was fawned and indoctrinated into joining Nintendo by being provided with prototypes and hardware samples for recreational use, interrogated for information, and altering their response to the issue based on what he says, so they had to discourage him from hacking Nintendo products.[10] At the same time, coder Hector Martin also mentioned former Nintendo of America lawyer Jodi Daugherty "tracked down" the work phone of Wii homebrew hacker Bushing and called him as “an intimidatory tactic”. Streamer Kaitlyn Molinas also pointed out a PR plan containing potential outcomes, including Nintendo receiving a negative reputation and backlash from hackers and cyber attacks (which were all unaverted at the time of the leaks and in early 2020) if "the public finds out that they hired a hacker from the homebrew scene".
    • In some regions, this could actually be illegal and would result in huge fines or other penalties. If Nintendo of Europe attempted the same thing, the European Union would take serious legal action against them.
  27. In early 2021, they removed some DSiWare games on the American 3DS eShop for no reason and without prior warning (which doesn't make any sense at all[11]) where even the co-creator of Shantae was also upset at Nintendo for their action[12]. Thankfully, most of them were brought back a week later. However, none of this would matter as there are plans to close the 3DS and Wii U eShops on March 27, 2023, anyway.[13]
  28. In May 2016, there was a protest in Hong Kong because Nintendo enforced the Mandarin (the most dominant variety of Chinese) translation of Pokémon there. Hong Kong's de facto official language is Cantonese, a variety of Chinese that is different from Mandarin.
    • As a compromise, the Cantonese dub of the anime and movies all use Pikachu's English name, as English is also an official language in Hong Kong.
  29. Hypocrisy (kind of): They said that they would not censor third-party games on the Nintendo Switch. While this is a welcoming change, they still self-censor their own games, such as the worldwide release of Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE Encore and the Western release of Famicom Detective Club TGWSB.
  30. Pokémon Scarlet and Violet had very little advertisement in the few months before both games were released in November 2022. As of September 7, 2022, four trailers had been released. The trailers showed off the three starter Pokémon, legendaries, rivals, a few Wild Pokémon, the regional professors, other NPC's, the new 4-player feature, an open-world environment, a tower-based gym, a new villain team called Team Star, a Titan Pokemon, a new region, and three different stories in a similar matter to Fire Emblem: Three Houses.
    • Fans have even gone as so far to speculate that Scarlet and Violet might not sell very well because of the lack of advertising.
    • However, some people suggest the reason for this is due to the controversy surrounding Sword and Shield about the National Dex and also how Sun and Moon got so much advertising from Nintendo that consumers started to complain about this and wanted them to stop.
    • In fact, most of the information given about the new titles has been actually revealed through data leaks of an earlier build by an unknown user who goes by the name of Kaka, who told many legit sources about the new titles and informed Centro Leaks about what the new titles will offer and how much progress has been done on the games in general and Nintendo has yet to take the leaks and the man himself down since they wouldn't want a hacker to reveal a large chunk of information about the yet to released games, but since they barely even told the press more info at the games themselves, it's likely that the leaks seem to be the only reason why people are getting hyped for the game and Nintendo has yet to do anything about it at all.
      • However, this is not the first time they barely advertise this, since other games like Sword and Shield started this case, though they had a second trailer on June 5, 2019, and a third and overview trailer on November 16, 2019, which was two days before the game was launched. Scarlet and Violet, on the other hand, had an overview trailer on August 3, 2022, instead, and finally has new gimmicks like Tera forms and Paldean forms, as well as having three different stories.
  31. Because of Nintendo's business decisions since 2015, the company's reputation has been damaged, turning away many longtime supporters.
    • In 2020, Nintendo had some of its data leaked onto 4chan, dubbed the Gigaleak, which is full of source code, unreleased prototypes and games, documents, and early concepts.[14].
  32. In February 2022, Nintendo announced that they're interested in NFTs and Metaverse, claiming that "they feel the potential in this area"[15][16]. For those who don't know, NFTs are worthless PNGs that the blockchain will verify that you "own". You can get an NFT for free by right clicking a picture of it and presisng "Save Image As". One of the biggest issues with NFTs is that they waste a lot of energy, and even without that, they're incredibly worthless and are often stolen by hacking cryptocurrency accounts and are easy to scam people with.
    1. In March 2023, they, along with The Pokémon Company, started to hire someone with a deep knowledge of NFTs and Metaverse[17].
  33. On October 4, 2023, Nintendo announced the SpotPass service has been discontinued by April 8, 2024 on Wii U and Nintendo 3DS.

Redeeming Qualities

  • Despite the bad business decisions, they are still regarded as a neutral company, as their games are still great, and thus, they are still good enough to continue to have a page from a positive perspective.


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