So what happened? We know why yet?????
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@22Toothpicks: Mario 64 was pretty dang good. Just miss the time when ninty was pioneering genres. Seems left to indies now...
@iandizion713: I already played the first. I want a proper sequel. Pack in a remaster of the first if you must.
@iandizion713: I mean that sounds cool but its a cheap rehash.
@charizard1605: some of the stuff in that looks amazing. Like the camping stuff. Really feels like miyamoto going back to his core reasons for making Zelda. I just dont want to buy a switch for it when the wiiu is caked in dust and the gf stole the 3ds for pokemon moon and the latest dungeon crap.
I would also flip out for a new advanced wars. Fire emblem is beyond boring.
@22Toothpicks: yea we'll see if they can deliver on that end. And let's wait and see if this device is as simple as plug and play.
Bout the only thing that'd get me excited is a new kid Icarus tbh. That's the only truly new thing I've liked from ninty in a long time.
I don't wanna sound too harsh but much of what they've done recently has felt awfully copy and paste. I'm thinking specifically Mk and smash bros.
@22Toothpicks: Well you're right about people not buying ninty stuff for apps and trying to move focus to that would be a huge misstep. So yea simpler is better. But simpler also means less feature rich and less reason to turn on the system.
@22Toothpicks: nintendo as a company can never compete with Sony or ms in terms of services including OS, ui, and online. If I'm not mistaken they outsourced much of this to another company so maybe we'll get something we like.
Both the 360 and especially ps3 couldn't get simple mid gen upgrades mostly bc their architecture was too unique to keep unified ecosystems. Not to mention how poor the economy was which may have prohibited such a product line.
Furthermore game engines and api's are much more flexible today allowing for games to be easily ported across different specs.