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MrV4ltor

MrV4ltor

Austria

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#4

MrV4ltor commented on Nintendo Highlights 'Nindies' and Their Games ...:

@jariw I do talk to lots of game devs about bringing their games to Wii U and in some cases I am able to make it happen. But the games that @markybbop wants on Wii U are all probably not possible on Wii U. Valiant Hearts is a Ubisoft Game, Counter Spy is party funded by Sony (Could come to Wii U in half a year or so, like Guacamelee), Daylight is published by Atlus and not that great of a game and an Outlast port would probably have to be gimped, just because of the Wii U's power. I also always like to look for the next "big thing" rather than chasing the thing that was big half a year ago.

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#5

MrV4ltor commented on Resident Evil Revelations 2 Assets Spotted:

I understand them skipping a Wii U version, since the first one only sold 12k in the US. But I don't really see why they aren't doing a 3DS version. The game sold best on there and the user base is even bigger now. It's probably too hard to make the game for 3DS, as they would probably need a seperate development team for it.

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#13

MrV4ltor commented on Wii U Download Developers Preparing to Host a ...:

@midnafanboy Definition of third party developer: Third-party developers are usually called upon by a video game publisher to develop a title for one (or more) systems. Both publisher and developer have considerable input in the game's design and content. However, the publisher's wishes generally override those of the developer.

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#17

MrV4ltor commented on Talking Point: The Wii U eShop is Raising Toug...:

The one thing that seperates these small, low budget games from the the bigger games with a higher budget and better presentation, is the storefront. I think that Nintendo is very picky with the games that they put up on there, since it is a general representation of the content that is currently available on the eshop. Thankfully most of these low effort shovelware titles get burried somewhere and are only viewable if you search for them and already know about them.

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#32

MrV4ltor commented on Exclusive: Lost Wii Game, Sadness, To Be Reviv...:

@JJtheTexan HB:U has only been in development for roughly 5 months now, and they are always showing progress on twitter. They recently added effects like DOF and some other stuff. They've also been redoing a lot of the textures for the ships and some other stuff IIRC.

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#41

MrV4ltor commented on Red Goddess Kickstarter Campaign Brings Gorgeo...:

@TheRealThanos The engine does not support Wii U natively, just like it doesn't support 360. The devs can make a Wii U game with it, but Epic won't make it as easy as an UE4 PS4 or XBone game.At first they said that UE4 wouldn't support Wii U, which is kinda like telling someone that the farm you just purchased won't actually be able to grow any crops on it, because the ground is poopoodoodoocacapoopledoopledoggiepoopsiepoops. Then they backpaddled and said that devs can make Wii U games in UE4, which is kinda like telling some that the farm that you just bought might grow something, if you replace the ground and produce your own seeds.
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#42

MrV4ltor commented on Red Goddess Kickstarter Campaign Brings Gorgeo...:

Surprised that they can include Wii U in the base goal, since the game is beeing developed in Unreal 4 and the engine doesn't support Wii U, so they will have to port it themselves, which can cost a lot of time and money.

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#50

MrV4ltor commented on Review: My First Songs (Wii U eShop):

@rjejr That's not how it works lol I know that the dev can set the price to anything they want and Nintendo doesn't influence them in any way. The dev probably just gets sent an email with a form to fill out where things like price and such are beeing locked down.