Why does Nintendo hate money?
They often don't print enough copies of games. If Gamestop can be aware of when a game goes out of print and jack up the price of it used why can't Nintendo have the same awareness and print more games
>Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze
All games that are really hard to find.
Same with the 3ds. Ocaina of time sells for like 80 dollars on ebay.
I don't think I've ever even seen a copy of Pikmin 3 in person. I got it with mario kart digitally. But i would like a physical copy that isnt 75-85 dollars.
tripfags leave and kill yourself please
They get more money if you buy the digital versions over the physical versions and they can continue to sell them at reasonably high prices if there's still more demand than supply for them
You know what I think, OP? You're a hypocrite like me. I felt the same way you did when I found out Bayonetta 2 was sold out and going for $100. I kept saying how shit Nintendo was and that they are retarded for not making any more copies. Then I put in the time to look for it and I was able to snag a new copy for $40 and now I don't want Bayo 2 to get reprinted. You just hate having missed out on the opportunity to have something rare and sought after. Now I have all those games like Bayo 2, OoT 3d, kid Icarus Uprising, Pikmin 3, ect and I hope they never get reprinted. However if i was missing any of them I'd make a thread on here saying how much Nintendo sucks and that they hate money for not printing enough copies.
I'd insult you if I weren't similar. For some reason humans get gratification from purchasing something no one else has. I think it's a hipster thing, baka.
I found copies of all those games around though, they aren't really that rare.