if you could go back in time and change one thing in nintendo's gaming history..

#51Shadowman621Posted 9/20/2011 10:37:38 AM
Make the DS's wifi work with all security types.
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#52TerotrousPosted 9/20/2011 10:39:25 AM
Not sell Rare sounds like a good idea. I mean, you could go back in time and make them not break their contract with Sony, which would mean the Playstation would have never existed, but that would alter the video game timeline so drastically that it's impossible to know how it would end up, maybe video games would be gone altogether by now.

If you prevent Rare from being sold, it results in more good games with basically no possibility for negative consequences.
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#53BigDaddyWingnutPosted 9/20/2011 11:00:55 AM
Remove region lock from 3DS

Flash support for 3DS browser

Release the Operation Rainfall games in NA

New F-Zero and Mother games

Messaging system on 3DS (Pictochat Wi-Fi would be amazing)

Not announcing Smash Bros 3DS at E3. I'd have rather they waited until they had some actual footage to show. The wait is maddening!
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#54Ambassador_KongPosted 9/20/2011 11:16:35 AM
Gnik posted...
Not sell Rare sounds like a good idea. I mean, you could go back in time and make them not break their contract with Sony, which would mean the Playstation would have never existed, but that would alter the video game timeline so drastically that it's impossible to know how it would end up, maybe video games would be gone altogether by now.

If you prevent Rare from being sold, it results in more good games with basically no possibility for negative consequences.


Sadly, I will disagree. Rare was toast after Perfect Dark. Banjo Tooie, Mickey's Speedway, Star Fox Adventures, and Donkey Kong 64 just aren't as good as their earlier releases. Conkor's Bad Fur Day was a brief return to form, but everything was pretty much down hill after PD.

I guess the company lost too much talent when the Goldeneye team left to form Crytek.
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#55TerotrousPosted 9/20/2011 1:02:37 PM
Sadly, I will disagree. Rare was toast after Perfect Dark. Banjo Tooie, Mickey's Speedway, Star Fox Adventures, and Donkey Kong 64 just aren't as good as their earlier releases. Conkor's Bad Fur Day was a brief return to form, but everything was pretty much down hill after PD.

Star Fox Adventures shows signs of being an amazing game as well, prior to about the final third of the game where it becomes extremely rushed.


And if something like Banjo Tooie or DK64 is "Rare on an off day", that only underscores what an excellent development studio they were.
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#56Shadowman621Posted 9/20/2011 7:51:46 PM
I think it would have been interesting to see what would have happened had Sony and Nintendo not split off. Maybe the successor to the SNES would have been a disc based console. Maybe we'd have Spyro and Crash in Super Smash Bros. Maybe Sega wouldn't have left the console business or maybe they would have left sooner.
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#57nintendoggerPosted 9/20/2011 7:54:00 PM
Wynters387 posted...
nintendogger posted...
I'd make the list of ambassador games.

Would it be all nintendogs?


Only 6 could. :3

But no. hahahahaha. I already own them.
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