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I would love another Legends and Let’s Go.

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Note, that is not 154 random people on the street. That is 154 US academics specializing in presidential politics, a much smaller total population.

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I did not read this article in particular, but the actual report: brandonrottinghaus.com/…/presidential_greatness_w…

Respondents included current and recent members of the Presidents & Executive Politics Section of the American Political Science Association, which is the foremost organization of social science experts in presidential politics, as well as scholars who had recently published peer-reviewed academic research in key related scholarly journals or academic presses. 525 respondents were invited to participate, and 154 usable responses were received, yielding a 29.3% response rate.

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Making unique systems is part of Nintendo’s identity. Xbox and PlayStation compete on maximizing specs and slowly evolving features (though even they throw in one or two gimmicks per generation). Nintendo competes on creating new experiences that draw in people outside of core gamers. The Wii was about using motion controls to draw in people who don’t want to waggle a joystick. The WiiU was about asymmetrical user experience. The Switch (like the GameCube) is about bringing the games to social situations (the opposite of other systems emphasis on online gaming).

Overall, as someone who is not a hardcore gamer, I love the Nintendo philosophy. It encourages developers to experiment with the hardware and create novel interactive experiences.

I am not saying that you are wrong for wanting a more powerful system, but I would be disappointed with a Nintendo system that does not have a big gimmick.

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Actual page to vote: captown.capcom.com/en/super_elections

You do need to provide an email address, but they don’t verify the address before letting you vote.

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Your team’s fault for trying to have two head coaches.

Rondo is a brilliant coach. Doc Rivers has been coasting on his reputation for more than a decade.

/s, if it is not obvious

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Sorry that I cannot give you any advice, but I can complement your choice of game. Legendary.

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As someone born in the Russia, I support Zelensky looking at the old borders of the Kievan Rus.

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This could mean that there is a new game coming (I hope), but it most likely (also) means that they are gearing up to port all of the Ace Attorney games to a new system. I love the series, but they really squeeze every cent out of it.

Hopefully they will port the game engine and then feel confident enough to release a new game.

Hashimoto said Ace Attorney seems to “have lots of fans in their late teens and early twenties, especially from North America.” With the Apollo Justice re-release, Capcom “made sure the contents of the game were also something new fans could buy too.”

Cynical reading “These fans have not played all of the previous games and don’t have the older systems, so we need to get the games on the new systems that they own.”

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I did not like the constant tonal shifts between silly magic frat boys and depressing magical apocalypse.

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That is because McDonald’s offers employee health insurance for only $10/pay period… They do offer that insurance, right?

If it is not clear, I very much doubt that they offer such cheap health insurance (and that is assuming that they don’t have a policy in place that forbids workers from being scheduled for more than 29 hours per week per franchise so they can be classified as “part time” at each location and not offered health benefits).

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Sorry to poo poo the wholesomeness, but you should not be selling your possessions to buy an engagement ring. You should be buying a ring that is within your income to afford. An engagement ring is definitely one of those “it’s the thought that counts” purchases. If it is not, that is a massive red flag.

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I always find it weird when people complain about getting banned by “power tripping mods”. I have only had a few encounters with a moderator who I thought was being overly obsessive about arbitrary rules. Most of my time, I did not care to resubmit contents to a group who did not want to see it anyways. The few times that I did, I carefully tried to address the moderators objections and my repost was allowed.

Sure, there are definitely some idiots who are obsessed with their perfect view of what should be said on a forum, but most of the time that I have seen, it is a user who cannot act right and doubles down on their stupid when they get called out on it.

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Reddit/Lemmy is like a forum, but bad. They don’t have a good way to see unread additions to a thread, making long discussions impossible.

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Having to crawl through multiple menus to order is not that big of a deal for restaurants. They don’t value your time, they value their staff time (because they have to pay for it). There is probably very little ongoing cost to double the number of order kiosks while every additional human taking orders needs to be paid minimum wage. The restaurant owner watches with hate as their money slowly melts away while you decide if you want pickles, fried onions, and jalapenos on your burger.

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Why did they boo Krause? Because he blew up the 6 championship roster? I would assume decisions that big are coming from ownership, not the GM.

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They have a perfectly good explanation in the first paragraph of the article:

it has fans wondering if a Nintendo Selects-style repackaging of these titles

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That is a very bold assertion.

I just assume that the Nintendo first party games tend to sell well and sell for a long time, so when they stop getting manufactured, they all sell out and still have a bit of demand left that scoops up used copies. They are not making Madden or Call of Duty, which sell well for a year and then everyone is looking to sell last year’s version.

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I assume that it is too late to launch this summer. Systems are almost always announced at least 1 year in advance while Nintendo has yet to confirm that they have a design done for their next system.

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Technically yes, the Switch was announced less than half a year before release, but Nintendo had been talking about it for much longer. In March 2015, that DeNA was helping them develop online play for an upcoming console codenamed the Nintendo NX. In April 2016, they announced the planned release month for the NX: March 2017. They made a soft announcement for the console two years before release and announced a planned release date almost a year before. Granted, during the Wii U era, Nintendo was probably more open with plans than they would have liked to be to keep up investor confidence.

Nintendo has yet to talk about their plans for their next console. All we have heard is rumors that a Nintendo employee was shown off a prototype in a convention hotel room and that certain major developers have new dev kit.

Nintendo is reportedly considering outsourcing IP to more external studios | VGC (www.videogameschronicle.com)

I also know that Nintendo is actively meeting with independent developers to find new partners. Some of that is around publishing indie games, which Nintendo does from time-to-time, but it’s also seeking studios that could work on some of its IP. Nintendo regularly works with third-party teams, including Bandai Namco, Team...

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It would be nice to have Nintendo farm out some of its IP to third party devs. It will mean more games in the major (and especially secondary) series. It will be nice to see a new developers versions of iconic series.

The only risk is that other studios are not going to meet Nintendo’s level of quality, hurting the brand, but past history suggests that that will not occur.

I do hope that third party studios are not just getting a license but also access to design docs, so they can match the feel of other games. For example, Mario platformers have very good physics that many indie games cannot match. It would be great if anyone else making a Mario game can match that same feel.

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2000 is classic rock? Way to make all the millennials feel old. Back in my day, classic Rock was from the 70’s and 80’s.

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It is an American brand of oatmeal. You cook them to make a porridge.

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