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Topic: Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS

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Yellowtails

I would like Nintendo to actually add some new level editing content, but seeing as they removed online sharing in the 3DS version for no apparent reason, I don't see that happening.

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Nagi_Nagisa

Makes me sad that the 3DS Version has no Super Mario Land 2 Style for Levels.

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@Lzeon It's probably difficult for Nintendo to do, but other companies can pull it off easily.

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PikPi

I'm not saying it wouldn't be difficult (though let's be honest, it can't be something impossible), but they took the main appeal of the game, uploading your own levels and being able to play through others' levels that gain popularity usually though youtube and such, and took all of that out. Now you're left with just the editor, which is great, but feels pointless knowing you can't just show it off to people unless you happen to pass by someone that also has the game out in the world. And the Mario Challenge if I remember right.

It's just a bonkers decision that they wouldn't put in the extra effort, honestly, considering the game's success.

It'd be like porting splatoon to the 3DS and then saying you can only the balloon game. Alone.

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Grumblevolcano

I wonder if this is just a freebie creation from making the NX version. Say for example the 3DS version is how the NX version will play when the handheld part is not connected to the docking station.

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roy130390

They' ll probably have an NX version with all the mising features and more. The thing is, I'm doubting that they weren't able to include those features. I think thet they left them out so that they can sell us the game again with the NX, to many even a third time if they had it on Wii U. After many have bought it because they don't have a Wii U and/or also want the game on the go despite being so limited, months later they'll launch the NX with this game having online and even some extra features as the definitive portable experience.

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PikPi

I hope so. At least then I would somewhat understand.

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LzWinky

I doubt the petition will do anything. Nintendo had a reason to leave it out.

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Rexcalibr

Lol at the petition. If Nintendo even notice it, it will be briefly looked at and immediately dismissed. There is absolutely no reason in getting this if you have a Wii U and to be honest, the novelty of the game wore off for me months ago.

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Grumblevolcano

@Rexcalibr For a game like Super Mario Maker you need those regular content updates to keep the game fresh and well they stopped that months ago. Same with Splatoon (but for different reasons).

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roy130390

@Rexcalibr The thing is, not many people have a Wii U. That's the point of selling this game on the 3DS.

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@7Z7 Don't let people convince you there's no point, you lose nothing by trying and even if it fails at least you know you tried.

@Lzeon Even if they do, whatever it is isn't good enough. Sharing your levels and trying others is pretty much the whole point of this game and streetpass functions only make sense in Japan. I'm really interested in this since I don't own a Wii U, but it baffles me how Little Big Planet for PSP had online functions and this one doesn't. I believe the lack of it will affect sales a lot.

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skywake

The only online petition I ever signed was one for the government to change it's policy on internet infrastructure. The old policy was to roll out full fibre infrastructure, the new gov decided purely for political reasons it'd just re-use old infrastructure. Both plans would cost 10s of billions of dollars. The petition got a few hundred thousand signatures and was ignored.

So yeah, a petition to change a video game? It's a bit silly.....

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Yellowtails

I wasn't even aware that streetpass was still being used today.

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@YellowFighter

I've never used StreetPass on my 3DS. Never really understood what it was, but I've played games like Smash Bros and Mario Kart 7 online.

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Morpheel

Streetpass is extremely simple to use, and most big games support it.

If only it was possible to register more than 12 games at once.

Yeah I don’t know either.

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roy130390

@skywake Would your goverment receive an economical benefit by doing that? Because Nintendo would in terms of sales. Also, just because they didn't decide to hear people doesn't mean anyone wouldn't. True, most of this petitions are ignored, but a few have accomplished their goal. What doesn't benefit people in any way is giving up before trying, specially with something that doesn't require that much effort and that could actually give them something they really want if they manage to be heard. Localization of many games have happened thanks to those kind of petitions, and while Nintendo doesn't have a good reputation in regards of paying attention to their customers, you never know what could happen.

Unlikely to happen, but not impossible. There's nothing silly about requesting something perfectly plausible, specially if they can get something in return that could make them consider the modification.

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skywake

@roy130390
As a citizen I have a stake in what policies my government enact. They are accountable to their voters and they are spending money collected from taxes on services. So in terms of my government? I'm a shareholder. It was also a decision that's going to have a non-trivial impact on my day-to-day life for a long period of time. So yeah, if I don't like changes to it I'll sign a petition. Because ultimately a government is held to account by votes. Which is what a petition shows.

Super Mario Maker on the 3DS not having an online mode? It's none of those things. It doesn't impact me in the long run, it's not something I have much of a stake in. Also Nintendo aren't required to listen to their fans or popular opinion. That's not what they're there for. They have to listen to their shareholders who are only interested in profits. If you don't like the idea for this game? Vote with your wallet and don't buy it.

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"Don't stir the pot" is a nice way of saying "they're too dumb to reason with"

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