"Nintendo Blows. Rehashed ideas, games are shallow, and an original idea or concept cannot be found anywhere."
Oddly enough most of their concepts are original, since they 'originated' most of them. They aren't coming into the gaming industry 20 years late to borrow every tired idea they can get their hands on.
Believe it or not, 'games' is a broad enough concept to embrace many different styles of play. People who think that a good game can't be 'shallow' really have a narrow view of what gaming is, and probably identify a bit too much with what they play. Such attitudes are great, though, for the corporate monoliths who swoop in hoping that their marketing consultants can pin down just what the perfect definition of a game is, and impose it on people who need their games to be 'cool'.
"On the other hand, one word for you.
...end of story. It will change the face of gaming on all platforms forever."
Mmmm, yeah. Thank God Microsoft can introduce us to a new, more obfuscated, and expensive, way to play games online. Of course for it to change the face of gaming 'forever' it will have to be profitable enough to keep a non-game oriented corporation interested. If MS's past attitude is any indication, they'll have no qualms cutting it loose the moment it is in their interest to.