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21. Posted: Fri 10th Jun 2011 16:16 BST
Agreed with people above me. There will DEFINITELY be a Wario Ware game on the Wii U.
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22. Posted: Sat 11th Jun 2011 16:20 BST
With Wikipedia,There will DEFINETLY be Pikmin 3 on the Wii,But moved to the Wii U.
Edited on Sat 11th June, 2011 @ 16:21 by GameInfinite
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23. Posted: Mon 13th Jun 2011 22:21 BST
@BlackFira & @SKTTR: I did enjoy Other M, but it wasn't a Metroid game. The combat system was incredibly broken, and the environments ruined the feeling of exploration. It actually has a lot in common with Ocarina of Time.
I think the enviroments only ruined the feeling of being totally lost and wandering for hours without accomplishing anything.
24. Posted: Tue 14th Jun 2011 04:34 BST
Rift wrote:@BlackFira & @SKTTR: I did enjoy Other M, but it wasn't a Metroid game. The combat system was incredibly broken, and the environments ruined the feeling of exploration. It actually has a lot in common with Ocarina of Time.I think the enviroments only ruined the feeling of being totally lost and wandering for hours without accomplishing anything.
That's because there was hardly any exploration at all. Metroid isn't supposed to be a run and gun experience that's simply a matter of getting from point A to point B. If that's what you'd rather play, then you're looking at the wrong series.
25. Posted: Tue 14th Jun 2011 20:39 BST
Something i'venoticed that didn't exactly seem right to me, and I don't know if this holds true for the Prime trilogy as well, the fact that you can't walk around while aiming? All the 3rd person scenarios in Link's Crossbow Training pull it off without failure. Also, considering Metroid started off as a side-scroller from the very beginning, how can you not call that run and gun? You have complete freedom to move, aim/shoot when and wherever need be. Heck, Contra was even somewhat a run and gunner as a side scroller itsself. You do know they also had turbo (or probably now better known as rapid-fire) controllers back then, right? On the FPS side, leaving someting like this out would be a complete, total failure altogether.
Edited on Tue 14th June, 2011 @ 20:41 by DaveGX
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26. Posted: Tue 14th Jun 2011 21:33 BST
The flood of first person shooters. Also, something I call the "Tsunami".
That is all.
27. Posted: Tue 14th Jun 2011 21:52 BST
@DaveGX: Yes, you can walk around while aiming in Metroid Prime Trilogy. It never bothered me in Other M, though. Contra is absolutely run and gun. That's not a bad thing, but Metroid being a run and gun is like Zelda being a hack and slash. The ability to move and shoot freely at the same time has nothing to do with it, though. In any of the previous Metroid games, running around shooting at things will get you nowhere. In order to progress, you need to explore the areas you have access to in order to figure out how to overcome obstacles. This rarely happened in Other M.
28. Posted: Tue 14th Jun 2011 21:55 BST
Have you forgotten that we haven't gotten a new sidescroller since Fusion?
Yes because Zero Mission doesn't count right?
Edited on Tue 14th June, 2011 @ 21:56 by Chrono_Cross
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29. Posted: Tue 14th Jun 2011 22:10 BST
Have you forgotten that we haven't gotten a new sidescroller since Fusion?Yes because Zero Mission doesn't count right?
The keyword here is "new". Zero Mission is a remake, and even though it's the best remake I've ever played, it's not a completely new game. (It's not that I don't like Zero Mission, I actually think it's underrated.)
30. Posted: Tue 14th Jun 2011 22:21 BST
Okay, we all understand that Other M is a little different. And that's OK.
Stop complaining and GO PLAY GAMES.
31. Posted: Tue 14th Jun 2011 22:22 BST
The flood of first person shooters. Also, something I call the "Tsunami".That is all.
Unfortunately it seems that we will be getting the flood of fps games on the wii U.
32. Posted: Tue 14th Jun 2011 23:45 BST
komicturtle92 wrote:The flood of first person shooters. Also, something I call the "Tsunami".That is all.Unfortunately it seems that we will be getting the flood of fps games on the wii U.
I'm going to send the message and avoid them like the plague. Unless, it's Medal of Honor or something like Borderlands. Also, for me to be at least 90% interested, it needs to support the Wiimote and Nunchuck combo. If not, oh well...
I'll be enjoying and sinking 1000000 hours into Smash Bros. on WiiU and 3DS. No biggie.
33. Posted: Tue 14th Jun 2011 23:59 BST
I'm not to sure on the franchises Nintendo will skip out on, but I am predicting the releases of the highly anticipated sequels to Stack-Up and Wrecking Crew.
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34. Posted: Mon 20th Jun 2011 03:10 BST
Why is anyone even suggesting a Mother game? The series is finished and done for, let it rest in peace. It's attitudes like this that cause Halo 4 and Call of Duty 1-7. Fans need to start letting franchises die. Otherwise we'll get a convuluted plot device that somehow brings the characters back in some game that the fans will whine about because "it's nowhere near as good as the original" despite the fact that they've been whining for this game for years. The truth of the matter is that even if it was a pretty good game the fans won't care because they'll be to busy comparing the game to previous entries to enjoy it. This doesn't happen all of the time but most of time...
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35. Posted: Mon 20th Jun 2011 03:20 BST
Because the characters from Mother keep showing up in super smash bros. games. Nintendo want to keep the franchise alive, so why can't we.
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36. Posted: Mon 20th Jun 2011 03:28 BST
@TheInstantGamerBecause the characters from Mother keep showing up in super smash bros. games. Nintendo want to keep the franchise alive, so why can't we.
. You could very easily say that about the ice climbers. They are being kept alive through Smash Bros. So why aren't they getting games? I think this is a problem with Smash Bros. If there is a character in Smash Bros. People automatically expect a game for the franchise. Why does there have to be a hidden meaning to their appearance? The Mother series is gone, we need to let it rest and accept that outside of SSB we won't be seeing much of Ness. Everything's got to end eventually.
37. Posted: Thu 23rd Jun 2011 06:38 BST
Kirby didn't get a platformer for the GameCube because it was moved to the Wii and shown yesterday at E3.
Because they had to finish Kirby's Air Ride, which was supposed to be an N64 launch game. Maybe there's a pattern? (yes, I'm late in replying)
Edited on Thu 23rd June, 2011 @ 06:39 by KingMike
38. Posted: Thu 23rd Jun 2011 07:32 BST
Let's skip the Wii U Animal Crossing. The 3DS one looks good enough.
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