Something I Hope Nintendo Learns

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User Info: Yellowstone2012

Yellowstone2012
6 years ago#1
I hope Nintendo "borrows" what Modders have created. AKA, level creators. Pikmin 3, Mario, and Mario Kart should have level / track creators by default. For Pikmin 3, the level creator could be for both Battle and Challenge modes.

I'm not talking about some crappy level creator like the one in SSBB. I'm hoping for a full-fledged level creator, on the level of Blast Works, where you could have advanced options such as basic modeling (3d primitives), and a texture and object library. (Pikmin = Onions, Pellets, Items, Enemies, Marbles, etc)

This would really make those games "Hardcore" and bring a long re-playability.

User Info: Gam3rJM

Gam3rJM
6 years ago#2
I don't think user-created content is something that Nintendo would ever focus on. Nintendo is a developer that focuses on creating a good core game, and puts things like user-created content last.
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User Info: 1stbasemanbeck

1stbasemanbeck
6 years ago#3
Yeah I have to say I'm a sucker for creating things. I love the mapmaker in the Timesplitters games and create enough of my own wrestlers in wrestling games that I use them exclusively and don't bother with the real ones.
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User Info: xCha0s

xCha0s
6 years ago#4
nintendo was jealous of little big planet being sony exclusive

User Info: nasumi

nasumi
6 years ago#5
Sony and the PC community seem to be the only two that are really pushing the user content, and that being said I doubt Nintendo will join them. Nintendo seems to be a generation or two behind on some mainstream ideas (online, HD, format, etc.).

User Info: _l_l_l_l_l_l_l_

_l_l_l_l_l_l_l_
6 years ago#6
YES
brawl had so much more potential with a good level editor
hell any game can benefit from an advanced level editor/creator
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User Info: leeko_link

leeko_link
6 years ago#7
"I hope Nintendo "borrows" what Modders have created. AKA, level creators. Pikmin 3, Mario, and Mario Kart should have level / track creators by default. For Pikmin 3, the level creator could be for both Battle and Challenge modes.

I'm not talking about some crappy level creator like the one in SSBB. I'm hoping for a full-fledged level creator, on the level of Blast Works, where you could have advanced options such as basic modeling (3d primitives), and a texture and object library. (Pikmin = Onions, Pellets, Items, Enemies, Marbles, etc)

This would really make those games "Hardcore" and bring a long re-playability."


It's not like Nintendo doesn't offer it, they do offer level editors and track creator (though not a full-fledged feature) for some games like F-Zero GX, F-Zero Climax, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Excitebike, etc., but you had to realize not all games need a level editor or a track creator to be successful. When they created a specific game for a console like a platform or a racing game, they want to take full advantage of what the console had to offer by making the game fun and enjoyable and adding new ideas to the game.

For them to add a full-fledge level editor in the game would mean they would had to waterdown that a bit which I don't think they would want that. When gamers buy Nintendo games, they don't buy them so they could create their own version, they buy them so they could play them. Nintendo don't want gamers to be creators, they want gamers to know their role and play cuz they are the creators.

User Info: Endgame

Endgame
6 years ago#8
they did have a full fledged track editor with the F-Zero X expansion pack for the N64DD that never made it outside of Japan

why they never made one again, I'll never know
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