Which if the photo going around online is to be believed, is going to be big enough to support four characters being ‘loaded’ at once. Or perhaps a really, really big one, sort of like how the new characters/figures in Skylanders Giants were bigger than those in the original game. So if you want to see a picture of it for yourself, head inside!
So if you’re interested in seeing an equivalent to NES Remix involving third party games like Mega Man, Castlevania and Contra, or one for the SNES era with Donkey Kong Country, Kirby Super Star and Yoshi’s Island being included, then send Nintendo your feedback to show interest in the idea. Me though? I don’t think any of these are a good idea, because I don’t think NES Remix itself is a good idea. What I want is…
Well, that’s roughly why Nintendo are saying the game wasn’t released for said system. They actually argue that ‘it’d require more machine power’ than the 3DS is supposedly capable of. Here’s their quote: But, if you step into the shadows a bit more, in order to accomplish what we wanted with NES Remix, and get the effect we wanted out of it and the value that we wanted it to have, we needed some more machine power. It’s just that the Wii U had the machine power we were looking for in order for us to build the software we envisioned from the get go But what do I think about this? Well, I’ll put it this way… I don’t […]
They seriously think this game will be as big as Call of Duty or FIFA. Which if you don’t know the obvious, are two of the biggest third party franchises of all time, selling many millions of copies per installment (FIFA has sold over 100 million games total and Call of Duty has sold more than past til 2011 alone). Unfortunately, I’d like to give Ubisoft a nice reality check.
According to a picture of the game taken from a Nintendo event anyway. It shows not only everyone we’ve seen in the trailers so far (which adds up to 27 characters), but also has empty slots just waiting for another 3 characters to fill them. But what does the screen look? Who do I suspect is going to fill those last few slots? Read on and find out!
Yes, it’s really true! Back when the first game in this popular franchise was being developed, Activision wanted to team up with another game to make it, with their first choice being Nintendo! Unfortunately though, despite some help with marketing and interest in the concept, Nintendo turned down the offer to work with Activision on the series. Talk about a missed opportunity!
Don’t take this as confirmed just yet, but it seems fairly likely regardless. A new Wii U bundle has been seen online, with Mario Kart 8 being sold alongside a Wii U Deluxe set and what not. You can see a small picture of it in the post thumbnail, but if you want to see it at full size, keep reading!
So for those European Nintendo fans out there who want to hear the game’s music in some ‘official’ way, there you go. You can find Nintendo’s Tweet on the matter in the full post after the break. My opinion though? Don’t really see much point in getting this CD. Not only do I not plan to buy a Wii U (and this game, among others) until Smash Bros comes out, but the entire soundtrack can be gotten far conveniently with this magical thing called the ‘internet’ and ‘Youtube’. But if you want to see what Nintendo has to say on the matter (officially) or to see it on the Club Nintendo store, keep reading!
Want to hear about all the latest things announced at today’s Nintendo Direct the second they happen? Want to know my thoughts on the game, its design and what’s planned from it? Just plain excited? Then if so, head inside to see the Nintendo Direct videos as they happen and read a detailed run down of everything announced for the new Smash Bros title!
Well, it’s certainly the most blunt, accurate one Nintendo’s ever released. Behold, the ‘it’s hard’ trailer for Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze, complete with DK and crew being horribly mauled in various ways (thanks to the Snowmads and brutal environments)!