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Thu 29th July, 2010

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ecco6t9 commented on Shigeru Miyamoto Confidently Outlines Nintendo...:

Quality of Life seems to be a separate product now, if Konami can be a Health/Video Game company why not Nintendo as well.

Secondly the "return to core" seems to be more of a Nintendo Fan focus rather than trying to appeal to the Microsoft/Sony market.
If it means we will see more spinoffs or entries from key franchises by third party partners then that is a great thing.

Personally, I would love to see Treasure make Wario Land 6.



ecco6t9 commented on Talking Point: Nintendo Continues to Evolve It...:

It's all excellent, if most websites are going to rip apart Nintendo, Nintendo might as well present the news the best way possible.

"Yet ANOTHER new Mario Kart,,,,"
"A brand new Mario Kart that is in full HD, offers a fresh experience and will help the Wii U sell."
Which headline sounds better?



ecco6t9 commented on Nintendo Goes Download-Only With The 2014 Club...:

Personally I would of been happy if it would of been Donkey Kong Original Edition and Super Mario Bros 25th Edition. Two special edition variants that I have never played.

A great reward would also be a bonus GBA download like Metroid Zero or Game & Watch Gallery 4. Something that is not perfect but something that no one else has.



ecco6t9 commented on Atari's "Corporate Comeback Strategy" Includes...:

Apparently they are simply a "Brand" that happens to make games here and there.

The group that owns them has zero respect for the Atari heritage let's not forget the last time we heard from these guys "Anything and everything is for sale including our iconic logo".
Infogrames worked to reunify Atari and these jackals have torn it apart.



ecco6t9 commented on There's No Chance of Super NES Mortal Kombat T...:

It may have to do with Acclaim owning the rights to the first two and Williams/Midway/WB owning the rights to part 3.

And then the company that picked up the scraps of Acclaim, Throwback Entertainment seems more focused on mobile.