A year later and we're still here
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THEWINNER said:
I think all of us grew up and went to college or started a family. That seriously hampers social gaming.
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THEWINRAR said:
I think all of us grew up and went to college or started a family. That seriously hampers social gaming.

Just because we have a family doesn't mean we can't be social, that's what the Wii is all about!
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Dainty said:
THEWINRAR said:
I think all of us grew up and went to college or started a family. That seriously hampers social gaming.

Just because we have a family doesn't mean we can't be social, that's what the Wii is all about!

Well I play my Wii U socially, as in with my family and local friends. But finding the time to ignore them and play with the lot of you is a bit more challenging. I still love playing games, but I find that I spend more time on my phone games. It's always with me and most of the games allow quick 5-10 minute stints. This is why I wouldn't be surprised if Nintendo eventually opens up to the mobile market. It's an inevitability when it comes to the future of handhelds and I don't see it harming the hardcore fans and future home consoles.
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Nintendo has been very against putting their games on the phone and tablet market so far.
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Sup bitches.

Also I've been playing a lot of games, but its mostly league, smite, or single player games.
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I'm still stuck on Pokemon X and Y. Racking up those in game hours.