|Pictured: Someone who is a business person and who does run|
a video game company. So Like what's up, Tatsumi Kimishima?
|You disgust me. Just eat the cookie,|
I mean, it's not going to kill you.
People love it. Especially grown-up 30-somethings like me who, for whatever reason, can't let their childhoods go. It probably has something to do with unfulfilled expectations of adulthood or possibly some kind of vitamin D deficiency. I don't know. I'm not a psychologist. The point is that the thing was super-popular and they sold like 1.5 million of them.
|Mostly to scalpers who turn around and re-sell them for three times the price.|
|"Uh, what was the last one, jerks?|
Yeah, that's us. We hate fun."
-The guys that run Nintendo
I think this has to do with the Switch. And before you roll your eyes again, relax, I'll explain. You know, you really should try and get out less. So Switch is the new, new Nintendo console and they haven't yet announced their plans for Virtual Console. That's an online service that lets you pay them again for games you probably already own but might want to play again on the new machine. Yup, my guess is that they don't wan't people buying NES Classics when they could be spending five or ten dollars a pop on downloaded games.
|"Because we-a never leave a-the money on the a-table!"|
-Luigi at a recent