Even if this sounds like an idea contrasting with the "main" spirit of the forum, I think that the Marvelous games for other consoles should have at least a forum to them. They maybe have not that much of fuss like the Nintendo created ones, but there a re people interested in them that could make good additions to the cause, for example, Hero for 30 seconds had been collecting amazing previews.
In general, think a more demure approach would work better at any case. What I mean is to be less of a campaign of "buy Marvelous games" and more about "come to know and talk about Marvelous games", since, I think a big chunk of Wii Marvelous games consumers could come from the players of Marvelous games that don't know that they are playing Marvelous games. Case in point, the Harvest Moon series or the Valhalla Knights players on PSP, etc.
Post by Hero of Legend on Jul 28, 2009 22:08:09 GMT -5
I see your point. But this is Wii-centric as well because MMV is probably THE biggest supporter of the Wii by far. If people still continue to not buy their games as much as MMV deserves, then there's the always possible risk of losing, or at least recieving less support from them.
It's true and thank god for this, that they today said it's not the Wii's fault, but indeed because they're small company, their name isn't nearly as recongizable as a quality brand like Nintendo, Capcom, and SE as specific examples. So due to that there should be no worry about lowered support.
However, it's definitely better early than too late for us Wii owners to do our part to help push the word of mouth advertising. It can work, we just need this forum to be exposed to FAR more people. And I'm not even caring if it makes the forum itself popular, I just want it to succeed in getting more and more people to buy their games.
As for PSP owners, it's fair to say that compared to the support they get from MMV, is far smaller and hardly worth cheering about to them compared to other publishers. I'm not trying to sound rude or bias, it's just that they have a VERY steady flow of fantastic software support, while the Wii? MMV's is like the biggest name to the Wii crowd online on common forums like GAF and such. But that's just the surface of the whole online community that hasn't even heard of MMV yet.
There, I think I made my point.
Carry on and enjoy the forum for what it's goal is. Suggestions are welcome, doesn't mean I'm going to agree with them. XD