Night Trap ReVamped Won't Head To Nintendo Systems

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Night Trap ReVamped Won't Head To Nintendo Systems



Nintendo's Wii U has picked up a lot of support from indie developers over the last couple of years thanks to relaxed rules and regulations. There are also numerous examples of Nintendo going out of their way to aid and assist developers who might otherwise not of been able to bring their game to the Wii U or Nintendo 3DS. Apparently one developer who had some dealings with Nintendo in the 1990s who aren't so open to change, are flat out refusing to contemplate bringing their game, Night Trap...
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Not quite sure why Nintendo news sites are giving this game free publicity. If it isn't coming to the system, DON'T POST ABOUT IT. The devs right now are sitting in their parent's basements, fingers drenched in Cheetos dust, laughing at all the free links to their kickstarter page you are giving them.
 
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Don't want to click? don't click... we're not forcing you. Part of being a news site is being unbiased and reporting factually about the news, both good and bad.
 

mattavelle1

IT’S GOT A DEATH RAY!
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Don't want to click? don't click... we're not forcing you. Part of being a news site is being unbiased and reporting factually about the news, both good and bad.
But it's not even coming to Nintendo Skn, so weither it's unbiased or not it's on the wrong site.
 
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Don't want to click? don't click... we're not forcing you. Part of being a news site is being unbiased and reporting factually about the news, both good and bad.
But it's not even coming to Nintendo Skn, so weither it's unbiased or not it's on the wrong site.
It references Nintendo, therefore it's Nintendo news worthy. Ignoring the history, how is this game any different than any of the millions of Kickstarters out there where we report on if they are or are not coming to Nintendo's platforms and why.
 

mattavelle1

IT’S GOT A DEATH RAY!
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It references Nintendo, therefore it's Nintendo news worthy. Ignoring the history, how is this game any different than any of the millions of Kickstarters out there where we report on if they are or are not coming to Nintendo's platforms and why.
Well I don't reckon it's any different. I guess the question becomes why report on it or spend time on a Nintendo site when millions of these kickstarter games aren't coming anyway?

That is the real question now isn't it you ol' scalley wag.
 
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Proof that 3rd parties don't let the past go, they are still bitter that Nintendo did what they had to do to save the industry from 3rd party's inferior, overabundant, games. Get over it, times have changed, Nintendo has changed.
 
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