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  1. That's more on HAL than Nintendo. HAL isn't actually owned by Nintendo, they just work closely together and Nintendo publishes every game they make, so Nintendo owns the rights to those IP. Same with Intelligent Systems and Game Freak (minus publishing every game they make; Nintendo only does that for every Pokemon game, but Nintendo doesn't 100% own Pokemon anyway unlike with the IP from IS and HAL).
  2. Black Ops 2 and Ghosts were both on Wii U. There was going to be at least one Call of Duty on Switch. The issue is maintaining that and keeping it going after the initial one.
  3. I was pretty sure that during the Direct I noticed a ? on the character select screen.
  4. I don't see how that matters. So its a new team. What's the big deal? Retro's games always turn out amazing either way.
  5. I think Retro is working on two big projects tbh. Whatever they've been working on since TF, and since then they started Metroid Prime 4 back in 2015 or 2016, set for 2018-2019 release. (Tanabe himself said a few years ago that as of E3 2015 MP4 wasn't in development.) But yeah I'd be shocked if Retro's game isn't at E3.
  6. I do think we'll get 1-2 teases for 2018. MP4 I think will be announced just to tide fans over, but its definitely not coming this year based on Tanabe's past statements. Retro has multiple games in development, one is basically complete and will be playable at E3. The other will be MP4, and they've been dual developing them so their post-TF game would end up on Switch and MP4 won't take until Holiday 2019 too long to come out. That's my prediction for Retro. I also think Animal Crossing Switch will be next year (Animal Crossing devs are currently doing Splatoon 2). MAYBE another 2D Metroid in development this year. Not sure if on Switch or 3DS (I guess if its on 3DS it won't be announced in the presentation?). There's a big rumor right now that a smaller developer is working on it. Xenoblade, FE Warriors, and Smash Switch will also be playable at E3. I would have said a Kirby Switch title, but with Kirby's big game on 3DS I'm not sure on that anymore. I also think a DK game will be announced. Hard to say what else could be announced but I do anticipate like 4-5 new first-party 2017 physical titles on Switch. EDIT: Forgot about Pokemon. Pokemon Stars is totally getting announced. I think Pokken might come over but maybe it'll be saved for Spring?
  7. Tbh I mostly wanted this, greater enemy density, and some way to nerf food. More types of enemies would be nice as well but I was 50/50 on.
  8. I'll probably get MK8D eventually, but I barely play MK8 as well. If I had better internet I could probably have a lot more fun with it.
  9. It looks fun, but it doesn't looks amazing. That's all I have to say for now.
  10. I don't see how it would work at all, but they say its going up on the eShop. Like how? How would Nintendo ever agree to such a thing? It doesn't make any sense to me that he'd be saying this unless he actually got the go ahead, but I see no way Nintendo gave the go ahead.
  11. Yeah, no big news for Switch games until E3, but that's fine. There's a good decent amount of stuff out there now. I'll be trying to get a Switch by the end of the month, with Puyo Puyo Tetris, Snake Pass, and maybe Super Bomberman R (if I can find a decent preowned price at Gamestop) as my first games (well, other than Zelda; I got a Special Edition for that, but I bought Zelda on Wii U as well so I would be able to play it until I got a Switch).
  12. Agreed, but even then its still ridiculous the game has > 100% attachment rate.
  13. There was definitely more than I expected. I figured that 1/2 to 2/3 would be Splatoon 2 and Arms, but they were both more focused and didn't reveal too much all in one sitting. It was a good chunk, but not nearly as much as I expected.
  14. Eh, is more medium/average. 42-47 are lengthier ones.
  15. Chrono Cross isn't that bad of a game. It is hit-or-miss, though, certainly not nearly as loved on the same level as Chrono Trigger. Frankly, I think its for the best we don't get another Chrono game.