This week we hear your thoughts on the possibilities of Unity on the 3DS handheld.

We also ask for your thoughts on the possibility of Nintendo implementing Cross Buy across its 3DS and Wii U. Would this feature sell games, and more importantly, would it sell hardware?

The Score: Episode 43

The Score: If Nintendo Had Cross Buy, Would It Sell Games/Hardware?

To answer this question, head to the comments section below, or to our forums, Twitter, or even our Facebook page, and have your say!

Last week, we asked you…

The Score: Unity on 3DS – Your Thoughts, Your Hopes

Head below and find out what you had to say.

Our Favorite Response

Hopefully you\’ve seen the GDC videos of the Unity games showcase that has made available. If those games are any indication, then hopefully more good games will be made readily available before the end of the year. Put enough Games on the 3DS eShop and Nintendo will be forced eventually to make changes for easier Access to the Games Available eventually.

– David K

I just hope that this means more indie games coming to the 3DS, and CROSS BUY for those games that are on both!

– Elia Pales
I have never understand why the Unity is so important, to be honest. Maybe because I don\’t know how to use it and create games?
– Geobros
Because Unity is actually very popular among developers. That\’s why. So why not provide the tools to build games for the 3DS with it?Your game will export to all platforms ( if you have the license ) that unity supports. Making it cross platform. Saves time and money ( in regards to porting ).The popularity of the game engine creates demand for more platforms.
– ChickeyCantor

Don\’t forget to answer this week\’s question below in the comments, via Twitter, Facebook or you can even head to the forums!

Written by Eli Pales

Elia Pales owns pretty much every single product Nintendo puts out, and due to his impulsive tendencies, he also tends to purchase every gaming product put out in general. When not gaming, he’s probably running cross country or writing. He makes sure to take regular gaming breaks, though.

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