Weebs gon weeb
Believe me, that's a big part of Japanese culture. only now they started to lean back a bit, but even then it's common for many japanese to see foregeiners, mainly, westerners as weirdos or morons or something if i recall correctlyxenophobia?!?....WTF???
LOL some people here, why can't you accept that people from different country have different taste....it's like me not liking Greek or Arabic food....
A top 100 list that doesn't include Doom is a list to be laughed at. Terrible list.
Good to know there's at least someone who have taste. Was pretty fun to see that weeb vtuber Korone whatever playing Doom 64.Doom actually does have a niche Japanese fandom. The most prominent thing is their Japanese Community wad created by fans. I'd give it a solid 6 outta 10 by megawad standards, pretty fun.
Japanese Community Project is a 32-level megawad requiring a limit-removing source port that was released in July 2016. The megawad was created through collaboration of more than a dozen users in the Japanese community, with the leader of the project, Tatsurd-Cacocaco, contributing several maps.doomwiki.org
Indeed. What I learned looking at this list.
1. Japanese xenophobia is even reflected in their gaming taste.
Where does the linked article say of all time?
You added something that wasn't, period.So what exactly are you suggesting? This poll is about what your favorite games are RIGHT NOW and people answered dragon quest 5 and crono trigger?
I intentionally misled people using "subtle slickness"? To what end?
Kotaku and most other articles used the words "of all time" but i used the gematsu article because it was simpler.
Just say whatever it is you wanna say, weirdo.
It wasn't there,(in the linked article)but you changed the wording.... because?so just to be clear.... you think I added that to be subtle and slick (your words), and that people answered this poll based on what their current favorite games are, even though much of the list is from 30 years ago.
It wasn't there,(in the linked article)but you changed the wording.... because?
This isn't hard.
So because NINTENDO fan sites did what you did.... it makes it right?Because it's so easy to infer they were talking about all time when you look at the list and when the games are from. Apparently this is really hard for you.
And that's not the point. What do you think I was trying to accomplish and be subtle / slick about?
Japanese flagship station of the All-Nippon News Network, TV Asahi, has produced a viewer-based feature on the best video games of all-time. The list, which was comprised of over 50,000 votes…mynintendonews.com
here you go lil bud: just a quick google and most articles came to same conclusion i did.
You expected Japan to have a modicum of taste and not just slobber all over Nintendo's dry, shriveled ballsack?Super Mario Bros 3 is best Mario. Thanks list.
I'm kind of surprised that not one Castlevania, Metroid or Silent Hill game is on there.
Edit: Not even the first Contra.
While like I said before when I asked about it I understand your issue with the title even though it’s a small issue in my opinion, it’s not just Nintendo fansites that used “of all time.” Major news sites did as well. And honestly, I don’t think it’s wrong at all. Is the term “of all time” literally word for word used in the Japanese name of the show or articles, not literally no, but they wouldn’t say it that way either as it’s implied in the meaning of the show itself.So because NINTENDO fan sites did what you did.... it makes it right?
How old some games on the list are is irrelevant, many people still play older stuff and if asked what there current favorites are could name older titles.
Title was changed so it doesn't matter now anyway.
Very Nintendo heavy. Sony's hardware sold well once upon a time in Japan, but the software on their platforms didn't leave as big a mark as it should have.
This is also a way better list to me than most western top 100 lists from broad surveys, but then I'm a weeaboo. I'm wondering if there are westaboos in Japan who think this list is casualized garbage and love our regular top 100 lists instead.
That was kind of surprising but maybe Yakuza series is that rare Japanese game that’s more popular in the west?Not a single Yakuza
It definitely wouldn't consist of Animal Crossing and Splatoon 2.
By my count there are only six western games on this list. And one of them is Ghost of Tsushima, lol.Wow they REALLY don't like western games do they? Take all the Japanese made games off this list you wouldn't have any left. Where are the western RPGs? The Witcher 3, Skyrim, Oblivion, Fallout, Divinity Original Sin 2? Really almost no FPS at all either.
So I was watching my recording of the special last night again today and thought I would add some notes that I’ve noticed many sites haven’t posted about the list. Games were limited to video games on home and portable consoles, and so it looks like cell phone games were not allowed. Which would’ve been interesting had they had as I bet a few games would’ve made it on the list. Every game had at least 30000 units in sales. People voted their top five games and it was on a point system:
1st -10 points
2nd - 7 points
3rd - 5 points
4th - 3 points
5th - 1 point
Final rankings were done by point totals. For example the first title shown number 70 (71-100 were annouced a week before online) monster Hunter world had 660 points. Zelda had 74000 points.almost 20000 points more than second place dragon quest 5.
Some extra information. Undertale was very popular in the lowest age group, 6th place for boys, 5th for girls. Smash Bros for switch was number one for boys in the kids/teens and twenties group, and girls was not far behind. They also showed a clip of the Nintendo New York showing of the unveil with all the people going crazy to show how popular it is abroad. Dragon quest 3 was number one in the 40s age group with both men and women and almost number one for the 50s and 30s as well. Dq5 was number one in both men and women for the 50s group. Splatoon two was big with kids and twenty. Year olds. Was first place among the girls kids/teens group, and 3rd for girls in the twenties group. The program did not present info on how Zelda breath of the wild did in each group surprisingly. They did show an interesting number though. They interviewed the singer of the mazinger z theme song and showed he had played the game for 3155 hours!
Overall the show was fun to watch. Lots of interviews with game personalities. And even the “talent”’on the shows panel were surprisingly well versed in games.