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« alors que ce n’est pas ce que les femmes recherchent : elles veulent des préliminaires qui durent, pas un gars qui fasse le marteau-piqueur pendant une demi-heure
 » ça dépend vachement de l’àge de la dite femme
l’impuissance n’est pas un problème dans un couple constitué. depuis longtemps, ou dans lequel les sentiments priment
c’est mème une expèrience très enrichissante pour un homme et satisfaisante pour ses partenaires
du moins c’est ce que disent les sites
en revanche dans un certain nombre de relations qui ressortent du réconfort, des p’tites amours d’un jour chère à brassens, assurer la partie virile peut-etre le. clou
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do think they could diversify their output by drawing from the well
they have a wealth of old ips in their locker, but they go narrow
if the core concept of a game is solid, as long as you don’t try to drastically re-invent the wheel, you can keep selling the same game over and over, with a few minor tweaks each time
that, plus actual quality control, so that their games are very rarely released as a buggy mess, and you build a solid fanbase
i do love how some people are so salty over this, that they have to qq all over every positive nintendo thread
as if that’s going to change anyone’s mind
@charizard1605: this is a fair comment, they did address one of my concerns recently by coming up with a few new ips
not my cup of tea, but i will give credit when it’s due
i still content that the likes of arms are not enough on their own, and i do think they could diversify their output by drawing from the well
they have a wealth of old ips in their locker, but they go narrow
right, i agree in that, while i love things like splatoon (and if arms is like that i will love it too), i am more interesting in seeing them take on something of the scope of zelda or metroid or even mario
and yeah, xenoblade is great in that regard, but more of that
so i hope they push for experiences of that sort, too
as for their old ips, i agree and disagree- a lot of those ips are dead either because they weren’t very good, or because they’re redundant
like, wave race, 1080º, things like that- what’s the point? on the other hand, shit like f-zero and metroid, more of that, please
on which note, i am ready to bet that metroid will be at e3 this year, but that’s besides the point
the point is every publisher has dormant, dead ips- sony themselves have around a dozen from the ps1 era alone that they’re not using, as an example
ditto square, konami, capcom, sega
having dormant ips is just a side effect of having been in the business for this long
the question is, is nintendo keeping its catalog varied in terms of gameplay and tone? is it investing in new ip? is it keeping things fresh for its existing tentpole ips? the answer to all those questions is yes
i think, for now, they can go scott free
of course, should they develop an intolerable reliance on just existing ip again in the future like they had not so long ago, then the criticism would be warranted, again
otherwise people would complain about not having sequels to a great ip they love
what do you want? sequels or no sequels?
make up your minds!!!! the reality of the situation is that gamer’s, especially millennial’s, are a bunch of whiners and complainers
too many games, not enough games, too many sequels, not enough sequels
next someone will complain that there isn’t enough criticism or too much criticism
why can’t more gamer’s just accept reality for what it is and either play a game or don’t play it and stop caring what other gamers are doing?
go out and get a sunburn so you have something worth complaining about
they do fatigue i know mario and zelda do
take botw while it’s step in the right direction repeats flaw or two that previous zelda have
identical objectives for the main 4 dungeons (5 switches to activate)
the divine beast dungeons were small compared older zelda, aesthetically identical right down to the music if i recall(only played through once)
copy pasted and recolored dragons
and there weren’t any midbosses
sure there were lynel but it was only a matter of better equipment and some skill
5 or 8 out of 10(i cold have done wit a plot wit or two especially gi’ve what ganon was when we fight him)
also pain on the butt gyroscope puzzles
in mario’s case it was the step back to 2d and trying to please nostalgia whiners wanting basic barebones mario
edit: i remembered my last gripe
botw’s story was told poorly, it was kinda barely there
i could have done with some events popping up as we go
like helping defend hate no from monsters or helping rebuild the ruined parts of hyrule(that’d make for a good post game
) hyrule’s army is gone so why not make link a captain of the guard and rebuild and clear the goo from the castle
i feel like a lot of action could take place as zelda becomes queen like a usurper undermining zelda’s work
if nintendo released a new game in a single franchise every single year like call of duty or assassin’s creed or even 3 games in a single franchise for a single platform like sony did with uncharted and microsoft did with halo then they would suffer from more fatigue, but nintendo doesn’t typically do that
nintendo typically only releases one or two games in a franchise per console and then you don’t see that ip again until years later when it’s on another system, so this gives people a break from the ip and time to miss the ip
some of their ips even

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