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08 February 2003 @ 03:57 pm
 
http://www.n-gage.com/n-gage/home.html

Ok, so Nokia is making a "game system" that is basically a technologically superior gameboy with mp3 player and phone and e-mail and internet features built in. it also has more than 2 functional buttons.

WHY DID YOU ONLY PUT 2 BUTTONS ON THE FUCKING GAMEBOY!?!?!?!? WHY DID YOU NOT ADD MORE BUTTONS WHEN YOU REDESIGNED IT!!!! NINTENDO YOU ARE RETARDED FUCKS WHO ARE GOING TO END UP LIKE ATARI!!!!!!!!!!!
 
 
 
Daniel Saviosacredlunatic on February 8th, 2003 03:05 am (UTC)
AND HOW!
Genegdw on February 8th, 2003 06:02 pm (UTC)
Buttons, Buttons, who's got the Buttons?
Except the N-Gage looks like it only has two "game buttons." I agree completely about the game boy, especially since the GBA is essentially a more advanced SNES, they could have at least used the 4 main-button arrangement it had. But no. If they had they'd have been able to do the 6 button fighting games without all the unpleasant wackyness.
MegaMan: spankbot!megaman on February 8th, 2003 06:15 pm (UTC)
Re: Buttons, Buttons, who's got the Buttons?
I thought you could use all of the normal phone buttons to play. Then again, I read about it on a japanese game site, so I probably miss some stuff.

I really dont understand nintendo's take on the game boy. I think they've gotten lazy because it's unrivaled. but this month they release the "new gameboy" which finally has a built in rechargeable battery, and backlight (or frontlight) but furthermore, they're releasing this thing that plugs into the bottom of your gamecube, so you just plug cartridges into your gamecube and play gameboy on tv. I understand that this is just to get the pokemon crazed kids to buy a gamecube, without having to design a killer app for it. and Although it is one of the smarter Ideas nintendo has had, from both a producer and consumer prospective (I certainly wouldn't mind being able to play castlevania on a tv) Why at either of these two new steps, they arent adding new buttons is beyond me...