Nintendo should bring back LJN to make a Wii U game

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3 years ago#1
Possible subjects could be Skyfall or Taken 2
3 years ago#2
:facepalm:
3 years ago#3
LOL
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3 years ago#4
Friday The 13th Part 2
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"How can.. the Prime minister.. support a law.. that makes it illegal for people.. who....What I'm trying to say is.. Oasis rules!"
3 years ago#5
I don't understand.

Everytime I see those three letters in that order, I imagine a rainbow... and then... and then I feel this urge, deep down in my gut. And it scares me. It makes me violent. I have to control myself.

Something about those letters...
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I don't see Nintendo, Microsoft, Sony. I see Mario, Zelda, Uncharted, Resident Evil, Gears of War, Alan Wake, Heavy Rain, etc. Play games, not companies.
3 years ago#6
LJN should do games based off of the Collector movies.
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Destroy them all! Shoot the core!
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3 years ago#7
Made me laugh/10
3 years ago#8
http://www6.pcmag.com/media/images/271015-ljn-roll-rocker-1989.jpg
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it's simple. just be nice.
3 years ago#9
AVGN: The Movie: The Musical: The Game.
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"Ask not for whom the bell tolls... it tolls for thee." - In memory of Chuck, the wisest boxcar hobo of all time from Telltale's The Walking Dead.
3 years ago#10
Yeah, they should so that they can make a Back to the Future HD Collection, containing...

-Back to the Future
-Back to the Future Part 2 & 3
-Back to the Future Part 3 (Sega Genesis)
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