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1. Posted: Wed 18th Apr 2012 11:27 BST
Sorry if this has been posted already but now that we know Mario Mii and Pikmin will be shown and most probably will be launch titles what other franchise from Nintendo would you like to go along with these 2 as a launch title?Going by my theory that there will be 3 1st party launch titles,which other title would you like to see to make this an impressive launch line up?I am going to go for Eternal Darkness 2 which I am confident would bring back a lot of detractors.The controller and sanity meter sound like a match made in heaven to me.Fingers crossed.
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2. Posted: Wed 18th Apr 2012 15:42 BST
I would want:Dk CountryA Zelda Game A Waluigi gameF ZeroSoul Caliberand finally a Good sports game
3. Posted: Wed 18th Apr 2012 17:41 BST
Super Mario Bros 2: Mario's Dreamy Return - That's all i need.Pikmin 3Wario Land 6PilotWings: The Secret Island!StarTopics 3Castlevania V
And lets be realistic a Zelda Launch title aint' happening....I personally wouldn't want it to, Zelda Skyward Sword just came out not too long ago, people need to take a Legend of Z breather for once. Incoming Zelda-gamer rage > Well EXCUUUUUUUUUSEEEE ME Princess!
Edited on Wed 18th April, 2012 @ 17:43 by WaveGhoul
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4. Posted: Wed 18th Apr 2012 17:48 BST
my ideal nintendo wii U launch line-up
already announced: super mario brospikmin 3
along with:F-zero- with the help of segaadvance wars 3Dvirtua fighter 5: final showdown resident evil assassins creed 3aliens: colonial marines metroid- made by either retro studios or gearboxlegend of zelda- based on that demo from last year
Edited on Wed 18th April, 2012 @ 17:51 by misswliu81
5. Posted: Wed 18th Apr 2012 17:51 BST
F-Zero 3DMetroid - post FusionMach Rider 2Star Tropics 3
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6. Posted: Wed 18th Apr 2012 18:02 BST
Pikmin 3 super Mario bros miiwii u game with battle Mii ans find miiMonster games racing gameAnd the rest third party stuff
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7. Posted: Wed 18th Apr 2012 18:35 BST
Wow. Everyone is asking to spend $500+ at launch? You guys are nuts!
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8. Posted: Wed 18th Apr 2012 19:30 BST
Saving $62.50 per month for the next 8 months is not to hard.
Am I going to blow $500 at Wii U launch? Probably not, but someone should be able to budget and save this far in advance.
Edited on Wed 18th April, 2012 @ 19:36 by Ryno
9. Posted: Wed 18th Apr 2012 19:40 BST
All they need is Mario, Pikmin 3, F-Zero, and something completely new on the first-party front, and then a good mix of third-party titles.
And I don't think everyone is planning on buying all of these games at launch. I myself would probably only pick up 2 games at most and not get anything else for at least two months while I wait for my wallet to recover.
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10. Posted: Wed 18th Apr 2012 19:44 BST
Wii U Sports (which inludes Tennis, Bowling, Boxing and Golf, Baseball and other sports). This is included with the console, either disc based or pre-installed.Wii U Party (a variety of mini games including Battle Mii, Chase Mii and Shield Pose as seen at E3 2011). This is download-only for the first twelve months, after which a disc based version is made available.Wii U Fit (updated exercises, dietary functions, heart rate monitor, ability to download and share workout routines/fitness tips/accomplishments online with other users)New Super Mario Bros. UPikmin 3Wii U Virtual Console - Nintendo GameCube, Sega Dreamcast and Sega Saturn games to be added to the existing Wii Virtual Console catalogue.Wii U Virtual Console to have the following Nintendo GameCube games available at launch: Super Mario Sunshine, Luigi's Mansion, Pikmin 1 & 2 and The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker.Wii to Wii U transfer software available at launch which will allow Wii owners to transfer their Wii Virtual Console downloads to their Wii U.Wii and Wii U Virtual Console games to be playable on the Wii U Controller.Built-in mini games: Mii RPG and Face Raiders U with more to follow.BBC iPlayer, Channel 4OD, YouTube HD and other video streaming related software.
I am not too bothered about third-party games.
Anything else is a bonus.
11. Posted: Wed 18th Apr 2012 19:49 BST
A Zelda title though can't imagine that will actually be the case and a Wario Land title.
12. Posted: Wed 18th Apr 2012 19:50 BST
What point would there be to a Wii U sports or a Wii U fit? The gimmick this time is the touch screen, not the motion controls.
13. Posted: Wed 18th Apr 2012 19:59 BST
Obviously for people on NL it is.
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14. Posted: Wed 18th Apr 2012 20:04 BST
The point is that Wii U Sports and Wii U Fit with improved visuals, sounds and additional functionality would be a fantastic addition to the line-up. I still use Wii Sports and Wii Fit to this day. They're lovely casual gaming experiences.
As much as the innovation with Wii U is the touch screen this does not mean that every game released for the Wii U will have the new controller as the primary method of control. I see motion controls still being very much at the forefront of what Nintendo have to offer.
15. Posted: Wed 18th Apr 2012 20:10 BST
The point is that Wii U Sports and Wii U Fit with improved visuals, sounds and additional functionality would be a fantastic addition to the line-up. I still use Wii Sports and Wii Fit to this day. They're lovely casual gaming experiences.As much as the innovation with Wii U is the touch screen this does not mean that every game released for the Wii U will have the new controller as the primary method of control. I see motion controls still being very much at the forefront of what Nintendo have to offer.
But why at launch? That's where they're supposed to focus on proof-of-concept stuff to show off what new the system can do.
16. Posted: Wed 18th Apr 2012 20:10 BST
Because at launch most people will have the Wiimotes anyway?
Because multiple control styles adds variety?
And because Nintendo doesn't hate money?
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17. Posted: Wed 18th Apr 2012 20:12 BST
Ryno wrote:Saving $62.50 per month for the next 8 months is not to hard.Obviously for people on NL it is.
How?Not all of us are still at school/unemployed or in low paid employment.or are they?
18. Posted: Wed 18th Apr 2012 20:13 BST
But it wouldn't work for a launch title.
Ryno wrote:Saving $62.50 per month for the next 8 months is not to hard.Obviously for people on NL it is.How?Not all of us are still at school/unemployed or in low paid employment.or are they?
If you don't have the money to afford a Wii U at launch, stop complaining about other people getting one then. It's so simple a cave man could do it.
Edited on Wed 18th April, 2012 @ 20:15 by Chrono_Cross
19. Posted: Wed 18th Apr 2012 20:14 BST
I'd be happy with Super Mario Bros. 4 and a game from Retro Studios — Star Fox would be pretty cool.
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20. Posted: Wed 18th Apr 2012 20:19 BST
find a believable way for Nintendo to sell more Wii U consoles as quickly. I dare you.