NINTENDO PASA DE RUSIA
“Firstly people in Russia prefer products that are more universal, that can be used for a number of different purposes,” she told GamesIndustry.biz. “For example, a PlayStation 3 or PlayStation Portable can be used for games, or films, and so on.
“But the Wii is only for games, and for very specific kinds of games. The gaming society in Russia is pretty young, and I remember when Nintendo attempted to attract more people from older demographics – they put on their last slide a babushka, an old woman, in a headscarf sitting in the countryside and playing on a DS… but actually it’s very hard to see that really happening in Russia.
“I know that in other parts of Europe, older age ranges are playing these games, but in Russia they don’t know what to do with it – they never owned a computer, and probably never worked with a device that’s more technical than a telephone, for example.”
Tras este titular tan ajare, porque ya saben que en USA no se USA la ensaladilla RUSA (chúpate esa, Arévalo) y siempre según Inna Bukatina, que no tengo ni la más mínima idea de quién es y ustedes tampoco, la madre Rusia no está preparada para el casual-social-familiar Gaming. Y ahora, con ustedes; Sting:
Los Rusos también aman a sus hijos. Por si había dudas. Gracias, Aguijón.