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21. Posted: Sun 5th Jun 2011 06:07 BST
And those saying Motion Controls are a gimmick, that's so 2007.Yeesh, when they're done right they're amazing. You need to think outside the box, open your mind and realise the insane potentional there is aside from two little dual analog nub sticks.
Edited on Tue 7th June, 2011 @ 05:13 by WaveBoy
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22. Posted: Sun 5th Jun 2011 12:27 BST
Quoted for truth. It offered some totally new game experiences, it would be a shame if this would be the end of the line for those games, just when they are starting to mature.
What I want from Cafe is balance. A better balance in "casual/hardcore" games, a better balance in first/third party games, and also a balance in making use of the available technology. Cafe will probably support the Wiimote, a traditional controller and the new touchscreen controller. I hope they will use the kind of experience that works best for a game, and don't force something that doesn't need it for the sake of using a gimmick. The Wiimote was a great piece of technology, but the balance just wasn't there. For every good executed motioncontrol concept, there where a ton of forced waggly-gimmick ones that damaged the game.
23. Posted: Sun 5th Jun 2011 12:43 BST
I would like to see:The Gamecube included in VCWii compatibilityDisks, not cartages (sorry retro fanboys)3DS not as a controller, but compatibilityVC transfers, but not WiiWare.StreamWareAnd have it OVER 9000p!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! jk
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24. Posted: Sun 5th Jun 2011 12:58 BST
I agree with waveboy, there were some great motion controlled games. Anyway heres what I want from the system:
25. Posted: Sun 5th Jun 2011 14:14 BST
What @Waveboy said, and also: new social gaming experiences (local ones!) that weren't possible in the past. I'm sure the private controller-screens will play a crucial role here.
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26. Posted: Sun 5th Jun 2011 14:53 BST
I hope if they do motion controls it's some kind of Kinect thingy you get out of the box so that they can just have one main controller, which would be CC/CCP style plus the touch screen. I think a lot of people this generation wanted to design for CC/CCP but didn't because it wasn't selling well, so we ended up with crappy controls that did not fit well on the weird controller Nintendo was pushing. Just let the old Wii remote work for backwards compatible games. This way, motion control people will be happy and so will dual analog people (and so will I, being a fan of the SNES controller).
VC transfers, but not WiiWare.
Why would anyone specifically want it to lack a feature? If it's going to be backwards compatible at all, it better have transfers; there'd be no excuse not to. I'm going to buy more cautiously next generation, if I buy into next gen at all, but I've got a bazillion downloads now and don't want to lose them because Nintendo was lazy. They did it for 3DS. I hope they do it for Wii, too.
Edited on Sun 5th June, 2011 @ 14:59 by Adam
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27. Posted: Sun 5th Jun 2011 15:04 BST
not everybody has great internet connections, so a local wireless LAN would be cool. something strong enough to atleast a get 10 house range.i`m sure nintendo will offer the internet channel again, they need to have all of the current upto date drivers and plug ins (they also need to keep this updated regularly too), and better hardware to deal with data heavy web sites. youtube is notorious for being way too slow on the wii, and it`s always asking for a flash update.if they keep the motion control idea. it wiuld be nice to have wiimote compatability. i would be annoyed if i had to pay out again for the equivalent controllers at the same price.if they decide to put memory into the controllers again. i would hope they can use it for game saves as well as mii`s.if the rumours are true that nintendo won`t include an internal hard drive. they should atleast have usb support for one, and the ability to play music from the hard drive in multi formats including mp3 (and play from sd cards too).VC is deffinitly a must have, and you can move your games and game saves from the wii to the wii 2. and maybe transfer wii shop points over to the wii 2,
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28. Posted: Sun 5th Jun 2011 19:17 BST
I want all the games to be free.
Brilliant. I want this and a pony and my Wii2 to be able to shoot rainbows from the disc slot at command. I want my Wii2 to enslave the entire human race, make me attractive to any woman that lays eyes on me and the ability to erect a statue in my name. That's all.
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29. Posted: Sun 5th Jun 2011 22:43 BST
Rumors are probably false, but it still makes me wonder...
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30. Posted: Tue 7th Jun 2011 01:50 BST
Backwards compatiability with GCN and WiiHD graphicsBlu-ray/DVD/CD playerVirtual Console (Gamecube games on it as well)Good online play$300 or below3DS connectivity is a mustBetter third-party titles
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31. Posted: Tue 7th Jun 2011 01:59 BST
I'm look forward to big N's E3 Show to find out the what the OS. will offer. Looking @ 2006 we got a remote that could point N click w/t are TV's use the internet for Online Gaming Channels, News, Weather, "voting", Browser,& Voice chat using Avatars.-I would like Nintendo to continue with the promise that Wii's OS system has, tided around a communality "Channel" (Wiispeak+) For U have already coined the word, friends list. Because that is where it's @ for Me, that's the Nexxt facebook, Nintendo$
32. Posted: Tue 7th Jun 2011 02:13 BST
Wireless headset preferably some turtle beaches so I can watch movies and cuts scenes in peace and freaking group/party chat like Microsoft also notifications like invites and such.
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33. Posted: Tue 7th Jun 2011 05:20 BST
I gotta say, E3 2008 was awful, just awful and emberrasing as we all know. hell, it made a lot of nintendo fans lose faith in the big N, and caused many Wii owners to abandon ship. Nintendo's 09' E3 came around and was an improvement, but it was such a boring bland presentation and the lack luster tiny stage was completely weak....Dunnway really leaves a negative dent and a bad vibe whenever her rooster faced presence is on stage. Thank god she's gone now. Anyways, 09' Revealed SMG2, Metroid: Other M and the unimpressive generic bland looking NSMBWii. Those 2 previous titles got people excited, but they just werent focused on enough...Instead Wii Sports Resort and NSMBWii took the spot light. it was just mediocre overall, an improvement over 2008...But it was far less exciting and blander in excecution.
Nintendo's 2010 E3 however was ace! They pulled out all of the guns and Reggie took names. Best Nintendo e3 since 2006.....The 3DS unvieling!, Skyward Sword, Kirby's Epic Yarn, DKC Returns ect ect.
2011 will no doubt top it, I've got the faith babe!
34. Posted: Tue 7th Jun 2011 05:28 BST
Oh and what's the deal with the Time Zones, will Nintendo's e3 start at 9:00am in Canada?
35. Posted: Tue 7th Jun 2011 06:31 BST
Dude, Canada spans six time zones. Find Canada on the following page and pick your province:
Edited on Tue 7th June, 2011 @ 06:47 by Zaphod_Beeblebrox
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36. Posted: Tue 7th Jun 2011 07:20 BST
Ah, well that would be 9:00Am. thanks bud! Here's hoping Reggie walks out in a My Little Pony Bikini with a Pikmin Bazooka strapped over his man boobies.
37. Posted: Tue 7th Jun 2011 10:17 BST
I may be scarred for life.
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