Neoseeker : News : NFC-enabled gaming on Wii U expands later this year with Nintendo Figurine Platform
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Huntereb May 9, 14
Ew, no thanks. More kiddie shit to make the console look like a baby toy.
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Captain Nerditude May 9, 14
I was wondering when they would finally implement this in something other that Pokemon Rumble.
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Mikau Kahn May 9, 14
Give me my Vaporeon figure for Alpha Sapphire. Nintendo, I need it.
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Rendan May 9, 14
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supertom236 May 9, 14
Collect all 719 pokemon figures! Gotta catch em all!

seeing how people buy up skylanders, i could see this printing money. that being said, i think the smart figure market might be starting to dry up, as parents realize how freaking expensive those kind of games are once they look at the logistics of owning a complete collection. I could very soon see skylanders and similar games going the way of guitar hero.

also does anybody remember this?
http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/THINKChip_Interactive_System
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canderson May 9, 14
They really should have done this right when Skylanders and Disney Infinity exploded a year or two ago.
Hopefully this ends up being successful for the company.
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The5thAvocado May 10, 14
Now I want there to be a Yu-Gi-Oh game where you place your cards on the game pad and watch them come to life on screen ; _ ;
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DXD May 15, 14
quote Huntereb
Ew, no thanks. More kiddie shit to make the console look like a baby toy.
That never seemed to be a problem for Activision or Disney. The consumers eat this kind of ploy up like their lives depended on it.
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Huntereb May 15, 14
quote DXD
That never seemed to be a problem for Activision or Disney. The consumers eat this kind of ploy up like their lives depended on it.
Yeah, but those games are literally for kiddies. Taking the Wii U itself into this kinda shit makes it look like baby stuff.
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