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CrossEyed7

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« on: June 02, 2011, 05:53:46 PM »
Let's all get our hopes up!

I'm expecting Pikmin 3 and maybe F-Zero as Cafe launch titles (big enough to satisfy hardcore Nintendo fans, but still not Mario or Zelda enough to overshadow third parties, and both would be great graphical showcases for a brand new 1080p system), and a Four Swords game at some point, announced as part of the Zelda 25th anniversary segment of the conference. And they'll probably have a Smash 4 teaser, though I think there's at least a 50% chance it won't be by Sakurai.
« Last Edit: June 02, 2011, 05:56:50 PM by CrossEyed7 »
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Turtlekid1

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« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2011, 06:04:17 PM »
New Metroid, pl0x?

On the non-Nintendo end of things, I'd like to see a new Sly Cooper title.

I'd really love to see Crash and Spyro reboots done right, but that's baseless wishful thinking.
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BP

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« Reply #2 on: June 02, 2011, 06:10:33 PM »
EPISODE

THREEEEEEE
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« Reply #3 on: June 02, 2011, 06:25:01 PM »
Gaben is so fat, he ate Episode 3's production team.

No 3 for you, BP.
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« Reply #4 on: June 02, 2011, 06:28:56 PM »
I was going to mention Ep 3, but I thought I heard that Valve was pretty much not going to be at the show.

I'd like something big for the 3DS, because while I have no plans to get it in the forseeable future, eventually I will and I want it to have a solid lineup. Though not necessarily Mario or Zelda.

I hope that there will be some good looking tech demos for Café, because outside the touch screen controller, I'm not sure where Nintendo is going with this.

I want DICE to give some more info on Mirrors Edge while touting Battlefield 3.

I'm curious what and if Rare, Raven, and Uber hope to show off.
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« Reply #5 on: June 02, 2011, 06:34:38 PM »
I'm hoping Paper Mario 3DS won't get pushed back to God-knows-when.

Four Swords game

Multiplayer exclusives?

NOPE.avi
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WarpRattler

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« Reply #6 on: June 02, 2011, 06:43:42 PM »
Valve already said they're not going to be showing anything at E3 this year, yeah.

I'm hoping for announcements of new games I'm interested in and localizations of foreign games I've been wanting to play. Not really much specific stuff, though I'd absolutely love for Nintendo to announce they're bringing over The Last Story and Pandora's Tower.

« Reply #7 on: June 02, 2011, 07:16:37 PM »
Space Channel 5 Part 3 for Kinect, directed by Mizuguchi

4-player Cafe games (Pac-Man Vs. WILL appear at E3, mark my words)

Bully 2

Left 4 Dead 3, to **** off the Ep 3 zombies. Trailer starts with the Valve logo, then a giant 3 appears onscreen, camera zooms back to reveal full logo of L4D3.

New console announcements from Microsoft and Sony to replace their wheezing old-ass systems, but it won't happen this year :(

« Reply #8 on: June 02, 2011, 07:22:48 PM »
Left 4 Dead 3, to **** off the Ep 3 zombies. Trailer starts with the Valve logo, then a giant 3 appears onscreen, camera zooms back to reveal full logo of L4D3.
This is so awesome, I really really hope they do this if L4D3 comes out before Episode 3.

ShadowBrain

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« Reply #9 on: June 02, 2011, 08:06:54 PM »
For the Cafe:
--Graphics, storage space, and online capabilities that are at least equal to that of two systems that came out in the mid-2000s.
--A real name that doesn't suck.
--Don't really care if it launches with a Mario game, assuming Mario 3DS is any good. Actually, wait, I don't plan on getting a 3DS, so hit me with Super Mario Universe (no SMG rehashing anymore)
--Twilight Princess was awesome, but please just leave Skyward Sword on the Wii and come up with a new Zelda for this one later.
--I don't really care about F-Zero, or even really Star Fox. Pikmin 3... At this point, I just want them to do it to follow up on their word. As long as they don't secretly recycle areas from the first game again and make it into a rougelike without telling anyone again, I'm good.
--Some new Nintendo RPG might be nice.
--Get that other Chibi-Robo game out here, already! And crap or get off the pot with that 3D Kirby.

That's all I can think of for now.
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WarpRattler

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« Reply #10 on: June 03, 2011, 03:04:00 AM »
The truly observant wouldn't be tricked by LD's proposed trailer - if EP3 does eventually get released with that name, they'll follow the existing naming convention and write out "Three."

Pikmin 3
rougelike
There are already red Pikmin, so it's too late for that.

BriGuy92

  • Luck of the Irish
« Reply #11 on: June 03, 2011, 09:07:25 AM »
Gaben is so fat, he ate Episode 3's production team.
And BAM, delayed again.

Anyway, I'm thinking F-Zero would be cool, but at the same time I still have X and GX to finish (and it's been a while so I don't really remember but I still may not have finished King cup on the highest difficulty on the first F-Zero), so I probably wouldn't get too excited over it. And Turtle, I'd love to see another Metroid, but considering the reception of the latest Metroid... ehh. I honestly don't expect them to do anything with Metroid for a while, as a combination of Other M's... Other M-ness and the fact that Metroid games seem to be few and far between anyway.
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Turtlekid1

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« Reply #12 on: June 03, 2011, 09:12:51 AM »
Oh, man, remember 2002 and 2004?  When we had two Metroid games for each of those years, with all four of them being awesome?  I mean, I don't remember that, because I hadn't even touched a Metroid game at that point.  It's kind of like that feeling you get when you're reading a really awesome webcomic and you start following it only to notice that regular updates stop not long after you add the page to your bookmarks.  I swear, it's like that with a lot of things I get into.

Anyway, part of the reason I think a new Metroid game is possible is because of how poorly Other M performed - perhaps they want to redeem themselves now instead of letting the wounds fester, so to speak?

...no?  Well, I can still dream.
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CrossEyed7

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« Reply #13 on: June 03, 2011, 09:20:42 AM »
Here's an idea: Miyamoto has said for a while that Pikmin would be perfect for HD, but Iwata recently said that Pikmin would also be perfect for 3D. Could we see simultaneous Pikmin games on Cafe and 3DS with Prime/Fusion style connectivity?
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« Reply #14 on: June 03, 2011, 09:51:40 AM »
To unlock the Purple Pikmin, connect Pikmin 3DS with a completed save file to the Cafe version..?

Prediction stuffs: Some form of secret Mario that has yet to be revealed/talked about will be revealed/talked about and so will its' possiblities of being a Cafe launch title.

Smash Bros, Mario Kart, Zelda, Metroid, Pokemon, Kirby and (some other form of Mario spinoff, like Party) will be shown in video form, ushering many cheers and crowd reactions.
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BP

  • Beside Pacific
« Reply #15 on: June 03, 2011, 01:19:56 PM »
You know what I want, some news about Marvel vs. Capcom 3 DLC

And no more of that dummied-out-stuff-that-you-pay-for-to-use, either (seriously how is that even legal)
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« Reply #16 on: June 03, 2011, 02:17:50 PM »
I'd like Bizarre Creations to be all, SURPRISE we're actually still making games!

« Reply #17 on: June 03, 2011, 06:03:37 PM »
You know what I want, some news about Marvel vs. Capcom 3 DLC

And no more of that dummied-out-stuff-that-you-pay-for-to-use, either (seriously how is that even legal)

It's all about getting money from used game buyers. It's a fine idea except that it is shafting even people who bought it new.
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WarpRattler

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« Reply #18 on: June 03, 2011, 06:22:03 PM »
You're thinking of the "online pass" concept for multiplayer, where new copies come with a code for it and players with used copies have to pay an extra $10 or whatever for it. That's fine and all, but BP is talking about locked content on-disc, which pretty much everyone has to pay extra for, and which totally should be illegal.

The former is like buying the DVD box set for a TV show used and finding it doesn't include some free online content advertised as being part of new copies, but that you can pay for that content on the Web site; the latter is like buying a DVD set and finding out upon putting the last disc in your player that you have to pay extra to be able to view its contents.

« Reply #19 on: June 03, 2011, 11:42:54 PM »
Ah, my mistake. I did mix them up. However, it's still not different from, say, day one DLC. It's just already on the disk. And there's nothing wrong with that. It's shady if they release a game not worth the full price and then sell you the end of the game. But can you honestly say that MvC3, if there was nothing more but what is initially available, would not be worth it?
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BP

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« Reply #20 on: June 03, 2011, 11:47:24 PM »
I think ill of day 1 DLC also

DLC should be about adding stuff, not removing the cheese from the cheeseburger

Edit: I guess cheeseburgers do cost more than hamburgers so the analogy is awful, but that doesn't mean video games aren't overpriced as hell anyhow
« Last Edit: June 03, 2011, 11:50:24 PM by BP »
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« Reply #21 on: June 04, 2011, 12:26:10 AM »
I don't think MvC3 was worth it.

Although that just could be because I suck.

Kimimaru

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« Reply #22 on: June 04, 2011, 01:07:44 AM »
I think ill of day 1 DLC also

DLC should be about adding stuff, not removing the cheese from the cheeseburger

Edit: I guess cheeseburgers do cost more than hamburgers so the analogy is awful, but that doesn't mean video games aren't overpriced as hell anyhow

How are video games overpriced? Do you realize what people have to go through to make them? I certainly wouldn't want to spend years of my life working on something just to sell it for $10.
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« Reply #23 on: June 04, 2011, 01:09:40 AM »
The people who make video games (the developers at least) don't see nearly as much of that $60 as you might think they do.

BP

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« Reply #24 on: June 04, 2011, 01:29:50 AM »
I didn't say the publishers weren't the problem

But enough of me whining, right?
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« Reply #25 on: June 04, 2011, 01:32:59 AM »
I was talking to Kimimaru, I agree with you.

« Reply #26 on: June 04, 2011, 09:54:03 AM »
The models from last year.

Naw, in all seriousness, I want Pikmin 3, a new Metroid(2D or Prime series), the TWEWY sequel to be for 3DS, more info on DQX, Kid Icarus, a 3DS version of Wind Waker, and the Phoenix Wright Professor Layton crossover game. Is that too much to ask for? D:

Luigison

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« Reply #27 on: June 04, 2011, 10:22:49 AM »
I'm hoping for a Four Swords or NSMB type game that would use the TV screen for the main action and have private stuff on the controller screen.  Some casual downloads like Battleship or Rubik's Race would work well too.  I'm thinking we could see some multiplayer version of previously single player only titles like Pikmin.  I also want to see some of the e-Reader content come to the 3DS, but am waiting for a killer app and an income before I get one.   

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« Reply #28 on: June 04, 2011, 05:51:52 PM »
Project Cafe isn't real.
Explaniation: According to the rumors, the controller looks like a Classic Controller with a touchscreen. That makes PC look like a home DS.
What will really be announced: A new 3DS version like the DS Lite or DSi XL.

CrossEyed7

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« Reply #29 on: June 04, 2011, 06:09:03 PM »
Nintendo has explicitly confirmed that a successor to the Wii will be shown and playable at this E3 and will come out next year. The name "Project Cafe" was confirmed by a banner image found on Nintendo's developer site. With the Nikkei article, the screen is all but confirmed at this point, though I do kind of doubt that it's actually 6 inches.

They'll definitely put out some kind of 3DS revision at some point, but it's too early now.
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« Reply #30 on: June 04, 2011, 06:12:41 PM »
though I do kind of doubt that it's actually 6 inches.
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CrossEyed7

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« Reply #31 on: June 06, 2011, 02:50:34 PM »
I'm gonna go ahead and put up this thing I wrote on a blog back in August of 2008:

Quote from: CrossEyed7
I decided to share my thoughts about the rest of Nintendo's future. I call it, for lack of a decent name, the Trident Theory. This one is really more for fun than anything, and is much more likely to be coincidental, so don't take it too seriously (unless I turn out to be right, in which case you should all hail me as a prophet).



The three-pronged N64 controller is where the theory gets its name. The button side has added a few more buttons, with no revolutionary changes (N64 to Gamecube), and the pad side has remained basically the same, but a little shinier (Game Boy Color to Game Boy Advance). However, the big change here is the addition of a third side. This is the DS. Recall that the DS was referred to as "the Third Pillar" when it was first introduced. This is somewhat misleading.

While there are three handles on this N64 controller, you can only hold two of them at a time. Likewise, even though Nintendo may have three different console lines, all three cannot, and were never intended to, coexist. The DS plays Game Boy Advance games, so any new games for that system could be played on it, just like how both the control pad handle and the analog stick handle on the N64 controller have a shoulder button. If the DS was successful, there would be virtually no reason for Nintendo to continue the Game Boy Advance line; it has no effective advantage over the DS (it can play Game Boy Color games, but the consumers who want this feature are hardly a large or a growing market). If the DS failed, there would be no reason for it to continue; it has no effective advantage over the Game Boy Advance. There were only two possible outcomes: the new third line catches on and supplants the old one, or it fails and then fades away.



As it turns out, the DS, like the analog stick before it, was a rousing success, and effectively replaced the Game Boy line as the analog stick did the control pad. Notice the tiny pad beneath the stick on the Gamecube controller. This represents the Game Boy Advance slot on the DS. The Gamecube's control pad is much smaller and therefore less effective than the N64's -- like the DS's Game Boy Advance slot, which cannot play older games -- but because this feature is becoming more and more obsolete, it is mostly unnoticed. The button side is the Wii -- the C-stick could represent its motion control if you like.




So what's next? My money is on something analogous to this. See that the analog stick handle is now on its own, without the pad. The DS, or its successor, will no longer have a Game Boy Advance slot. This could either be a Game Boy micro type of thing, with more style, less function, and a sub-$100 price tag, or an upgrade, with a built-in rumble pak and tilt sensor, for $129. The pad has now moved to the button side -- which, notably, is no longer chained to the console. What does all this mean? On the surface, it may seem like the next console's controllers will have screens on them, but for a console likely to be released in 2012 or later, this hardly seems revolutionary enough to be the only improvement Nintendo makes. I don't know what to expect, but I'm leaning toward some kind of fusion of home console and portable console. By 2012, it will likely be possible to fit a console comparable to the Wii in horsepower into a box the size of a DS Lite. This console will be powerful enough to run the new Zelda when plugged into an HDTV at home, but portable enough to play Brain Age 5 wherever you go. It will be marketed primarily toward an increasingly faster-paced world, as people take more jobs to afford ever-increasing food and energy prices, and faster internet speeds make our attention spans even shorter, but it will not forget the hardcore gamers, dwindling though they may be by this time.

As for some more short-term stuff, I strongly believe [2008] will be the first year without a new Zelda game since 1999. The next one will be a revolutionary change to the format (I give about a 55% chance that it's in first person and/or in a futuristic setting), and will spend a while in incubation -- this is Nintendo we're talking about here. "A delayed game is eventually good, a bad game is bad forever." Expect the first official announcement by E3 2009 (if there is one, which I think there will be), possibly at the Tokyo Game Show this October, with a release in either late 2009 or, more likely, mid-to-late 2010. Mario Galaxy 2 should be out shortly afterward -- Holiday 2011 at the latest. Speaking of 2011, I'd expect a new Wii SKU by that time, possibly a year or two earlier. It probably won't have any major upgrades, but will instead be a compilation of all the incremental upgrades Nintendo has been making to the Wii -- WiiMotionPlus functionality built into controllers, Wii Speak built into sensor bar, and other essential hardware updates -- since consumers will start feeling very overwhelmed by then. If demand for the Wii has finally died down by then, this Wii 1.5 will likely be $250, though $230 or $200 are also possible, and if the original Wii model is still kept around, it will get a significant price drop if it hasn't already (however, it's more likely that the original model will be removed from the market to avoid confusion).

I happened to be re-reading this for some reason today, and was shocked that I actually managed to stumble on some apparently not-too-farfetched predictions three years in advance. How come Pachter gets paid for this and I don't?
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Luigison

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« Reply #32 on: June 06, 2011, 03:19:41 PM »
Insane rambling:  Seeing your images made me think.  Prior to the N64 Nintendo controllers didn't have handles.  The N64's had 3.  The GCN's had 2.  The Wii had 1.  (I'm not counting the nunchuck here because the majority of Wii players don't use it and many seeming forgot it existed.  On the other hand, the controllers have had more directional control.  N64 had 1 analog stick.  GCN had 2.  The Wii had gyros and a camera (plus the nunchuck stick and gyros).  So, the Cafe won't have any handles and will have more directional control a la gyros, analog sticks, a facing camera, and a touch screen.  (I think I should've had lunch instead of that second glass of wine.  Replace the previous "Insane" with "Drunken".)   
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CrossEyed7

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« Reply #33 on: June 06, 2011, 03:47:17 PM »


Kinda.
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Luigison

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« Reply #34 on: June 06, 2011, 03:53:50 PM »
Yeah, but I didn't include that for the same reason I didn't include the classic pro.  I was going with original controllers that are also the most used controllers. 
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« Reply #35 on: June 06, 2011, 04:48:20 PM »
(I think I should've had lunch instead of that second glass of wine.  Replace the previous "Insane" with "Drunken".)   

Don't worry; we're used to it.

I wonder if, in this day and age, Nintendo could sell a console with no gimmicks whatsoever. I hope the Cafe will have more in common with the SNES or GCN than it will with the Wii.
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CrossEyed7

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« Reply #36 on: June 06, 2011, 05:45:57 PM »
Well, how do you define "gimmick"? The D-pad and analog stick were gimmicks before they caught on. And if Microsoft's E3 conference was any indication, motion controls have kinda caught on a lot.

Also, their most gimmicky console by far was the DS, and it's ended up being one of the best consoles ever for hardcore gamers. Whatever that means.
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BP

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« Reply #37 on: June 06, 2011, 05:53:36 PM »
I believe I had an early DS-era pamphlet that also advertised the GameCube that basically said "the gimmick of the GameCube is that the games are better than everyone else's"

I dunno about the DS being the best anything ever. I dunno how much was on it that I can say were instant classics or among the most amazing games I've ever played. Especially not if we're looking at new, original games that started on it. Elite Beat Agents... Super Scribblenauts...
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« Reply #38 on: June 06, 2011, 05:58:01 PM »
The d-pad has been around for 30 years. Joysticks have been around since people needed to move in 3 dimensions (in a vehicle). While they took a shot with the N64 and he joystick, it wasn't really a gimmick. The Wii and DS line have been the only clear Gimmick driven devices. That said, if they decided to just make a new GCN, and let the software speak for itself, I'm totally cool with it.

Also, I'm working on a time machine so I can go back and remove the word gimmick from history.  
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Turtlekid1

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« Reply #39 on: June 06, 2011, 06:14:50 PM »
Calling CoconutMikeNIke:

I'm sending you through the time port to the United States of America in the year 1926.  There's something very special I want you to steal...
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Luigison

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WarpRattler

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« Reply #41 on: June 06, 2011, 07:16:59 PM »

Turtlekid1

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« Reply #42 on: June 06, 2011, 07:36:55 PM »
New Sly game?  Ooooooh my yes
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CrossEyed7

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« Reply #43 on: June 06, 2011, 07:39:40 PM »
The d-pad has been around for 30 years.
It hadn't been around for 30 years in 1980.

Joysticks have been around since people needed to move in 3 dimensions (in a vehicle). While they took a shot with the N64 and he joystick, it wasn't really a gimmick.
Just because it was around before in some form doesn't make it not a gimmick. Jelly donuts have been around for a long time, but that doesn't mean a console made out of jelly donuts would be normal. *shrug*

My point is that Nintendo has always introduced new control stuff, and I don't really see the distinction between motion controls and their apparently more successful control ideas, especially with Sony and Microsoft spending millions of dollars on adding motion controls to outdated consoles instead of making new consoles.

Also, I'm working on a time machine so I can go back and remove the word gimmick from history.  
I was with you on that until I realized that the Teddy Ruxpin character Newton Gimmick would no longer exist. No one screws with my Teddy Ruxpin.

http://blog.us.playstation.com/2011/06/06/watch-playstations-e3-press-conference-live/
Are Microsoft and Sony's conferences always like this? Because this is the first time I've watched a significant portion of them, and I'm not really seeing why anyone other than Nintendo fans watches E3.

...Ah. For a second there, I thought Sony was going to be interesting when they started talking about a brand new first party game or something, but it's another shooter.
Oh, look, there's a Warthog. And a Transformer. Oh, and it's in space.

Do they have any not shooters? I mean seriously.

Oh, hey, they just announced another shooter.

Third parties complain that they can't sell games on Nintendo consoles because Nintendo games are too good to compete with, but they all keep putting out the same one genre of games on the other two consoles? I seriously can't tell the difference between these games. I guess part of it is because I don't have a PS3 or 360, but I'm pretty sure if I didn't have a Wii I could still tell the difference between even Mario Kart and Paper Mario.

Bioshock looks good, though.
Oh, now the Bioshock guy is talking about the time Sony convinced him to use the Move using the exact same talking points on him that Nintendo was using half a decade ago. Nice. Good job, third parties. Good show.
« Last Edit: June 06, 2011, 07:41:58 PM by CrossEyed7 »
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Turtlekid1

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« Reply #44 on: June 06, 2011, 07:42:54 PM »
Do they have any not shooters? I mean seriously.
New Sly game?  Ooooooh my yes
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but death is life and so we move on"

CrossEyed7

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« Reply #45 on: June 06, 2011, 11:41:49 PM »


Nintendo's Facebook profile picture. Just noticed it.

Significant at all?
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« Reply #46 on: June 06, 2011, 11:53:47 PM »
I'm pleasantly surprised to see that it's not completely sterile, glossy and white for once.
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« Reply #47 on: June 07, 2011, 12:15:52 AM »
.

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« Reply #48 on: June 07, 2011, 12:18:21 AM »
Also this:


Luigison

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« Reply #49 on: June 07, 2011, 07:39:16 AM »
On Facebook NintendoMario doesn't have the E3 banner, but NintendoLuigi does.  New Luigi game confirmed!  </sarcasm>

I'm expecting SM3DS to be shown, have a playable demo, and release this fall.  I also expect some playable Cafe demos. 
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CrossEyed7

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« Reply #50 on: March 10, 2012, 12:32:52 AM »
Insane rambling:  Seeing your images made me think.  Prior to the N64 Nintendo controllers didn't have handles.  The N64's had 3.  The GCN's had 2.  The Wii had 1.  (I'm not counting the nunchuck here because the majority of Wii players don't use it and many seeming forgot it existed.  On the other hand, the controllers have had more directional control.  N64 had 1 analog stick.  GCN had 2.  The Wii had gyros and a camera (plus the nunchuck stick and gyros).  So, the Cafe won't have any handles and will have more directional control a la gyros, analog sticks, a facing camera, and a touch screen.  (I think I should've had lunch instead of that second glass of wine.  Replace the previous "Insane" with "Drunken".)   



Hey, wow. Wine is a pretty good prognosticary device I guess.
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