Nintendo, please, buy Vigil Games :(

#11SolisPosted 1/23/2013 10:27:03 PM
Melkac posted...
> Raven Blade was Retro's first Nintendo game. They were getting no support for Nintendo. When they started getting support from Nintendo (Shigeru!), they made Metroid Prime...
> Banjo Kazooie was made by Rare when they were owned by Nintendo. Kinect was made by Rare...when they were owned by Microsoft.
> Eternal darkness AND Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes were developed by Silicon when they were working EXCLUSIVELY for Nintendo. Then they made Too Human for next gen consoles...and that X-Men game.

OK, but those games have nothing to do with Resident Evil Revelations, Resident Evil 4, or Ninja Gaiden 3 Razor's Edge, which in turn have nothing to do with Nintendo.

And Banjo Kazooie was made by Rare when they Nintendo controlled a minority of their stock (they were never owned by Nintendo). Viva Pinata was made by Rare when they were owned by Microsoft. What's your point?

Wait, why would that even matter? They would own the dev team, so if they make another Zelda-like game AT LEAST people wouldn't compare it to Zelda. Because it would be developed by "Nintendo"...

Huh? What's the point of Nintendo using one of their studios to make a game that's like Zelda when they could make a game that IS Zelda? Do you really think "Darksiders by Nintendo" is going to attract more attention and sales than "Zelda by Nintendo"?

Wait, come to think of it, weren't you the one that made the outlandish claim that the Wii U version of Darksiders 2 would have "over 5 hours of exclusive content"?
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#12Ranmaru-2Posted 1/23/2013 10:35:08 PM
Nintendo is buying Sega.
#13DraconilianPosted 1/23/2013 10:38:43 PM
This entire thread, I read Darksiders and kept thinking "but capcom owns that fighting franchise, they wouldn't let nintendo buy it entirely"

Then I realized, oh wait. Dark SIDERS, NOT STALKERS.

Derpity derp.
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