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    I hyped up Crash and all we got were remakes and Skylanders
  • Birthday 12/11/1995

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    Super Mario, Kirby, Pokemon, digimon(sort of), Mega Man, Megas XLR,DC, TMNT, Archie comics, Transformers, Super Smash bros,Ed Edd n Eddy, Billy and Mandy, Math, Science and a bunch of stuff
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  1. Good to see that Nintendo has already disappointed everybody before E3 started. 

    1. SupahBerry

      SupahBerry

      After what was said for the online service and virtual console, they're basically DOA.

      How did we go from last year to this year?!?!

       

    2. Strickerx5

      Strickerx5

      I mean real talk, I'm not completely against the idea of another racer. I just don't like this trend of Nintendo seemingly ignoring these fans almost every chance they get.

    3. Dejimon11

      Dejimon11

      That's a double edged sword argument. I mean I dont think anybody asked for a first person metroid game, a kid icarus game that's like Sin and Punishment, A Zelda game that's in the same vein of Zelda 1, an ink based shooter etc. 

      It's like for every Metroid Prime we get a Mario Party Top 100 so it could go either way.

    4. Strickerx5

      Strickerx5

      I don't know man, we've been getting quite a few Animal Crossing Amiibo Festivals if you catch what I'm saying. I mean sure, these types of experiments aren't necessarily a bad thing... for franchises getting those consistent releases. For things like Metroid or Star Fox who don't get that kind of treatment (as it could easily be the only game they're getting for the better half of a decade), it's more of a high stakes gamble that isn't really needed. Especially if you're Chibi-Robo.

      I know Nintendo can do some good shit when they're let off their leash and all but sometimes, like many of you try to tell me in other Nintendo cases, it's ok to stick with the formula and what not for a bit. Especially when we haven't seen that formula for a spell.

    5. Dejimon11

      Dejimon11

      Thus what I meant by double edged sword.

    6. Strickerx5

      Strickerx5

      Ah

      Well, I say just leave that experimental stuff to Mario, Zelda, ect. and let the others stick to what's worked for them. At least until they've gained a foothold in somewhat consistent release territory.

      Like real talk, I've been in a group snapchat with some of my university friends and one of them is a huge F-Zero fan (probably a bigger fan of that than I am of you know what for comparison sakes). He's gd livid right now at even the possibility of this being true and I can't blame him.

    7. Dejimon11

      Dejimon11

      When it comes to Retro Studios they always have this habit of making games that nobody really asked for but yet they somehow turn out to be one of the best games. I remember when Prime was first announced folks were annoyed at the idea of there being an FP game in the series. Then after staff left the company and went on to form another studio they decided to make DKCR which sold really well and decided to make Tropical Freeze because they had new ideas to expand upon it but everybody got mad and when it got released suddenly everybody loved it and said it's one of the best 2d platformers ever. So I'm fine with whatever they're making. 

      However with F-Zero yeah trust me I want a new game as well if only so my friend can finally shut the ever living fuck up about it and stop being a pessimistic jerk. 

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