Wii U Forum

Topic: Retro Studios new game.

Showing 81 to 88 of 88

AuthorMessage
Avatar

miwvnen

81. Posted:

Glad you liked it. The old Rare back with Nintendo would be a dream. I want a new Metroid now far more than Star Fox. Perhaps because it's what the Wii U needs and there's still so much potential. Retro's eye for detail is astonishing. I can't imagine how good it would look. I'd still say this http://wiiuturn.com/2013/02/huge-wii-u-rumor-thats-probably-t... and the miiverse "hack" are indicators for a Metroid. Nintendo will go all out this June.

miwvnen

AuthorMessage
Avatar

RikuzeYre

82. Posted:

^ People who only play certain types of games and sort of limited in what they play and are also casuals, because a ton of them bought games this generation as well. Dedicated gamers are gaming connoisseurs

RikuzeYre

AuthorMessage
Avatar

WaveyChristmas

83. Posted:

Mega Man Prime. ;)

Currently Playing: Kirby's Dreamland 2!
We shall swim to Bubble Island, or you will suffer the wrath of my Trident Laser!
80s FANATIC & King of NES Tekkidome!

AuthorMessage
Avatar

Ryno

84. Posted:

Oh man, after reading this the possibilities...

Edited on by Ryno

To blessed to be stressed.
80's music makes me feel fabulous.
I miss Japanese games, the good stuff... Games that are imaginative, have good and unique gameplay, a great soundtrack, and replay value.
What Would Duane Do?
Rynoggery

Nintendo Network ID: Choryzo

AuthorMessage
Avatar

Ganondwarf

85. Posted:

Harrison_Peter wrote:

Forbsz wrote:

Yeah I agree I don't really want F-Zero also I don't see shooters like battlefield and cod as hardcore personally I think Mario and Zelda are a lot more hardcore compared to cod it takes a lot more skill to beat them and master them then it does to master call of duty......

Hardcore is generally used as a term which is the opposite of casual. Casual games are considered light gaming experiences that anyone can enjoy, including people new to games or who don't regularly play games (e.g. Wii Fit, Wii Sports). Hardcore would be games that are more in-depth and tend to be desired by people who regularly play videogames. I'd agree with you that Zelda is a hardcore title, but obviously Battlefield and COD games are as well. Hardcore doesn't mean difficult or challenging, it's just a term that means "for real gamers". Obviously there's no such thing as a real gamer, so it is a silly term. And there are grey areas. I'm not suggesting it's useful. But it doesn't mean difficult. Battlefield and COD qualify.

Yeah I understand where you are coming from I just hope Nintendo don't abandon the wii u like they kind of did with the wii I mean there were a few great games but they focused on wii fit and wii sports crap and I would of just rathered them focus on good games instead of stupid gimmicks and yeah I use to play cod and I still like battlefield but I wouldn't call myself a hardcore gamer or casual I just like to play games there is franchises from all consoles and pc I respect! :)

Ganondwarf

Nintendo Network ID: Forbsz

AuthorMessage
Avatar

RR529

86. Posted:

Forbsz wrote:

Harrison_Peter wrote:

Forbsz wrote:

Yeah I agree I don't really want F-Zero also I don't see shooters like battlefield and cod as hardcore personally I think Mario and Zelda are a lot more hardcore compared to cod it takes a lot more skill to beat them and master them then it does to master call of duty......

Hardcore is generally used as a term which is the opposite of casual. Casual games are considered light gaming experiences that anyone can enjoy, including people new to games or who don't regularly play games (e.g. Wii Fit, Wii Sports). Hardcore would be games that are more in-depth and tend to be desired by people who regularly play videogames. I'd agree with you that Zelda is a hardcore title, but obviously Battlefield and COD games are as well. Hardcore doesn't mean difficult or challenging, it's just a term that means "for real gamers". Obviously there's no such thing as a real gamer, so it is a silly term. And there are grey areas. I'm not suggesting it's useful. But it doesn't mean difficult. Battlefield and COD qualify.

Yeah I understand where you are coming from I just hope Nintendo don't abandon the wii u like they kind of did with the wii I mean there were a few great games but they focused on wii fit and wii sports crap and I would of just rathered them focus on good games instead of stupid gimmicks and yeah I use to play cod and I still like battlefield but I wouldn't call myself a hardcore gamer or casual I just like to play games there is franchises from all consoles and pc I respect! :)

Actually, although there were quite a bit of games in the "Wii" series, Nintendo released quite a bit of their core series on Wii, as well.

It had three all new Mario platformers (a first since NES), Mario Kart, Paper Mario, two Metroids, two Zeldas (albiet one a GCN port), Fire Emblem, Donkey Kong Country, two Kirbys, Wario Land, WarioWare, Wars, two Excite games, numerous Pokémon spin offs, and a few I'm probably forgetting.

Sure, there were a few series that didn't pop up, but that happens every gen (heck, the N64 didn't even get one Metroid).

Currently Playing:

Quiz RPG: Legend of Mystic Wiz (AND)
Popcork! (AND)
B.B. Bear Danmaku (AND)

AuthorMessage
Avatar

Bulbousaur

87. Posted:

To be honest, I think CoD has become just about the most casual series on any current console. Everyone plays it, and most people enjoy it to a certain extent. It is very pick-up-and-play. It falls into every single category as casual in my books.

Sorry for going off-topic...

Bulbousaur

3DS Friend Code: 5112-3450-2144 | Nintendo Network ID: Bulbousaur

AuthorMessage
Avatar

Ganondwarf

88. Posted:

RR529 wrote:

Forbsz wrote:

Harrison_Peter wrote:

Forbsz wrote:

Yeah I agree I don't really want F-Zero also I don't see shooters like battlefield and cod as hardcore personally I think Mario and Zelda are a lot more hardcore compared to cod it takes a lot more skill to beat them and master them then it does to master call of duty......

Hardcore is generally used as a term which is the opposite of casual. Casual games are considered light gaming experiences that anyone can enjoy, including people new to games or who don't regularly play games (e.g. Wii Fit, Wii Sports). Hardcore would be games that are more in-depth and tend to be desired by people who regularly play videogames. I'd agree with you that Zelda is a hardcore title, but obviously Battlefield and COD games are as well. Hardcore doesn't mean difficult or challenging, it's just a term that means "for real gamers". Obviously there's no such thing as a real gamer, so it is a silly term. And there are grey areas. I'm not suggesting it's useful. But it doesn't mean difficult. Battlefield and COD qualify.

Yeah I understand where you are coming from I just hope Nintendo don't abandon the wii u like they kind of did with the wii I mean there were a few great games but they focused on wii fit and wii sports crap and I would of just rathered them focus on good games instead of stupid gimmicks and yeah I use to play cod and I still like battlefield but I wouldn't call myself a hardcore gamer or casual I just like to play games there is franchises from all consoles and pc I respect! :)

Actually, although there were quite a bit of games in the "Wii" series, Nintendo released quite a bit of their core series on Wii, as well.

It had three all new Mario platformers (a first since NES), Mario Kart, Paper Mario, two Metroids, two Zeldas (albiet one a GCN port), Fire Emblem, Donkey Kong Country, two Kirbys, Wario Land, WarioWare, Wars, two Excite games, numerous Pokémon spin offs, and a few I'm probably forgetting.

Sure, there were a few series that didn't pop up, but that happens every gen (heck, the N64 didn't even get one Metroid).

Wow there is a lot of games! I wouldn't mind seeing all those games on the wii u and more I really want to see in the future a new harvest moon, animal crossing, star fox as well thanks to the comment good read!

Ganondwarf

Nintendo Network ID: Forbsz