Pokemon Conquest 2 please and thank you.
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@Aquat1cF1sh: I guess Strikers is pretty well established at this point, and being able to set your own points system could make it work for a handheld.
but yeah it seems like maybe they have plenty of B tier? Franchises like Rhythm Heaven, or Warioware I suppose. I certainly think Third parties could be doing alot more for the system, but thats a topic that has been beaten to death at this Point.
I certainly think games like S.T.E.A.M. Show they still have some new ideas for it. Hopefully that stays a trend for at least a couple more years.
Just a thought I had after I saw the Nintendo Direct last week. A sequel to Fire Emblem was announced, and is scheduled for a possible release late this year. If it does come out this year, that'll only be two years since the last Fire Emblem released. That just seems like awful an quick turnaround to me. Considering we still haven't gotten an advanced wars or something like Metroid yet.
Is this quick turnaround showing Nintendo is running out of games to put on the 3DS? Or is it simply, Nintendo trying to strike while the Iron is still relatively hot on a franchise that seemed to gain a lot of traction in the west?
What else is left for Nintendo to release for the 3DS when it comes to established franchises?
I think it's simply got overshadowed for me by Smash Bros. 3DS, and now Bayonetta 2 is on the horizon. I'm a huge Zelda fan so it is on my radar. It just isn't a priority for me due to the nature of the game. I feel like I already know what the game is. A Dynasty Warriors game designed as a Zelda love letter. I'll eventually get the game, but it's just a low priority with so many other things coming out at the moment.
I actually just finished the Wii Edition just last week. And I think the thing that impressed me the most about it is how well put together the action levels are. Its Seriously Impressive just how well put together they are. The game has a really nice tense feeling even though it is far more combat heavy then other games.
The boss fights still feel fresh and are quite varied. The biggest thing that feels dates in this game is probably the inventory system when it comes to switch weapons. It tends to pull you out of the experience. That and the dialogue is pretty awkward at times.
The game has aged quite well.
it makes me want to go back to RE5 and see if it holds up just as well.
I'm still hoping that maybe someday Nintendo branches the paper series out. A paper or yarn zelda would be cool.
My most likely guess though for the next yarn game would be Wario Land. Didn't Good Feel make both Shake It and Epic Yarn? And there actually pretty similar in structure.
For me, it really comes down to the type of game. I really like physical purchases, but their are some games that I prefer to just have on my system at all times since I play them so much already. Games like Animal Crossing, or MH3U for example. Games that I'm going to be spending a lot of time with, and I don't want to be constantly swapping discs or cartridges.
Sadly World of Warcraft. 10 hours learning Kil'Jaeden fight in BC. Yuck city, but the most on console is probably Silent Hill Shattered memories. I did like 8 hours with one full play through. That game just really grabbed my attention for some reason.
I'm always suspect, about developer walkthroughs, they just Feel scripted.I really hope Peter Parker isn't a huge part of the game. I can't imagine anything more boring,Unless you are using spider-mans abilities during the mission. That camera angle just looks awkward for combat.
I am hoping this game turns out great. But it is a movie tie-in, and a spider-man game. Will wait to see what reviews say, and most likely rent.