There is this Nintendo fan on YouTube out there named Shokio. He decided to organize a movement to represent the Nintendo fanbase to improve the Wii U. We all know what I think about these YouTube idol figures. Regardless, he and his minions want to give feedback to Nintendo about a list of things they want to see. What ended up happening?
A giant mob of morons on Twitter, Facebook, and Miiverse spammed the #NintendoRedirect hashtag and spouted a gigantic mountain of requests. Many people didn't even know what the hell they were asking for. In short, it was the videogame equivalent of Occupy Wall Street.
|Punks defecating on AUTHORITY!|
Shokio even admits that there are a large amount of things being asked for. When I engaged with his minions on Miiverse Sunday evening, they defended their large amount of requests by saying that they'll be begging for different things on different days (which ended up not happening). It's as if they think videogame development or operating system improvements happen instantly.