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Posted by therealdanhill on 16 July 2014 - 09:23 PM
I can't believe people are emailing Nintendo whining about this.
So, making judgements without reading a single email sent to Nintendo, and attempting to equate a focused critique (of a program that asks for customer feedback no less) with whining. There's gotta be some sort of medal for this, right?
Posted by therealdanhill on 06 July 2014 - 09:09 PM
Posted by therealdanhill on 08 November 2013 - 12:57 AM
If I had the option to renew for 30 bucks, I would totally do it. What I don't get is this: The people being offered renewals are people whose sub expired, right? And for $30, they are good for a year? But mine expires in April, at which point I will have to spend $120, right?
So, it kind of sucks for the people who have stayed subscribed, because they don't get a cheap extension. Or am I misunderstanding something?
Btw I calculated the cost for the Unlocked at 120. Youd have to buy 5 games a year to break even getting 120 back. So I went ahead and calculated for buying 6 brand new 60$ games a year so you come up on the upside. So 48X6=288 + the 60$ for a year of GCU.
So you would have to spend 348 dollars in a year to get a 12 dollar discount.
Isn't it any new game though (not just new releases)? Not all new games are priced at $60.
Posted by therealdanhill on 06 November 2013 - 08:41 PM
I'm gonna see if I can't donate this TV to child's play. If not them, than somewhere. I have a TV already, and I feel kind of guilty for exploiting this. Gonna try to turn that into a good feeling lol
Hope the wife won't be too pissed, but maybe it will make someones christmas a lot better.
Posted by therealdanhill on 31 October 2013 - 06:04 PM
Don't know why people are surprised these sold out in a hour. They actually updated when most people expected and we all had advance notice.
Less than an hour. I mean come on dude, you don't think that's a little crazy? To underestimate demand that much? Most people are in school or working right now, not refreshing the Nintendo page. And, to basically drive up the reselling market when they could have filled the demand on their own?