It’s worse now by some extent
I don’t like to use the word “whiners” to describe people who want Super Mario RPG and Earthbound on the Switch. Those are games that Nintendo is taking too much time to release so that is a legitimate reason not to care for Nintendo’s current patterns for SNES games. Especially since my parents gave away my Wii U right when I was starting Super Mario RPG and Earthbound this is still a legitimate problem with Nintendo‘s SNES release pattern.I mean, none of these look all that appealing but it still amuses me how all the whiners are people who already played the games they want on the system.
Which is SMRPG and earthbound.
Just because it’s a company’s decision doesn’t always mean that it’s not wrong though. For example this can be said of how YouTube just turns off comments on videos marked “for kids” and then people can’t discuss their opinion on scenes in kids’ shows and movies in the comments. Just because that’s YouTube’s decision doesn’t mean that it’s right, and then there should still be comments that just aren’t viewable in the YouTube Kids app instead of negatively impacting everyone. The same goes for Nintendo, just because it’s their decision to not release Super Mario RPG and Earthbound, or at least even put it in a port to the Switch, doesn’t make it right as then people can’t experience the magic of those games.I don't deny it, and I wish they would, but Nintendo isn't in the wrong for not releasing them, it's their ip and they can do as they wish with it.
Well I feel like “morally” wrong is maybe a bit of a strong added word that sounds like you’re doing evil, but just because it’s a company’s decision doesn’t make it right, and Nintendo needs to at least put those games in a port or something.I don't think anyone was arguing Nintendo was morally in the wrong for not releasing IPs; it's true they don't owe players anything. However, I still believe that the criticism of the offerings is still fully valid and I don't think Nintendo should continue complaining about piracy in the meantime.
I also don't think the games offered look terrible either but like, people are frustrated with Nintendo relying on the excruciating slow dripfeed of their library.
That’s fair, or even “good” and “bad” are fine adjectives, just that just because it’s Nintendo’s decision to be such snails about releasing such well-liked games doesn’t mean it’s one with a positive effect on anything or anyone.I'm not sure if "right" and "wrong" is the correct adjectives to use in this situation. More like "stupid" and "smart".
Piracy isn't a good counterpoint.So basically, Switch Online members are paying 20 bucks for shitty online and two emulators which you could get for free on your PC.