Last edited by BCVM22; 21st November 2012 at 7:23 PM.
Indeed that would be fun^
Well we could have a SMT-esque kind of spin off? To go in tandem with the next 3DS games maybe?
Last edited by Bolt the Cat; 21st November 2012 at 8:30 PM.
Anyone else buy ZombiU? Been loving it so far.
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Those question asked could be easily be solve if the people asking actually used some common sense and applied logical thinking as I will demonstrate.
The Wii U Zelda is in development and will probably be released either in middle of the Wii U life cycle or near the end.
As for the Pokémon mini-game in Nintendo land, why put a small pokémon theme in a game when Nintendo can charge you full price for a full Pokémon land game that has mini-games.
See I answered that in 2 seconds flat by using logical thinking, those people should try it sometime and we could avoid pointless question being asked.
You need to seriously expand your horizons. There are launch games. Enjoy those while others come down the line.
Game can delayed, change in development, get stuck in development hell or cancelled.
Let use Sony The Last Guardian as an example, we knew about the game in 2009, it's now 2012 and we still know nothing about the game nor do we know if the game will never get released.
Now imagine that the same thing happens with the Wii U Zelda not only will customer will loose faith in Nintendo but it could have a knock back potential on Nintendo and the Zelda series.
Furthermore by keeping quiet Nintendo can just work on the game and show it off when it is ready.
So those people who are insecure need to stop asking and trust that Nintendo will deliver.
Furthermore I don't recall seeing an Ice Climber themed mini-game in Nintendo land so it becomes clear that not all Nintendo series are in Nintendo Land, which suggest that Nintendo might have plans to make a Nintendo Land 2 where it's likely that we will get a pokémon theme mini game.
The Wii U launch lineup is fine. You have a Mario game, you have a new Nintendo game designed to show off the controls and then you have a number of very key third-party games. Yes, Batman: Arkham City and Mass Effect 3 aren't new games, but Assassin's Creed III and CoD: Black Ops II are, and make no mistake, having games like that at launch is huge.
If none of those do anything for you, that's fine, but that doesn't make it a bad lineup at all. Complaining at launch that we don't know everything Nintendo has planned is equivalent to complaining that you don't know what you're having for lunch next Friday.
And are we really complaining that there's no Pokémon in Nintendoland? Kirby's missing. No Star Fox. Fire Emblem absent. Perhaps we can conclude that no, not everything under the Nintendo sun is represented?
Last edited by BCVM22; 22nd November 2012 at 2:21 AM.