What are Nintendo's qualification for "New IP's"?

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User Info: kdognumba1

4 years ago#41

Thanks for clearing that up :)
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User Info: qwertoman

4 years ago#42
IP means Intellectual Property. So a "new Nintendo IP" is something new that is new and OWNED by Nintendo, it is NOT necessarily something created by an internal Nintendo team.

This is a great post! Thanks.
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User Info: mjc0961

4 years ago#43
WTDelta1 posted...
The way I see it, people claims Pikmin was the last new IP and no new good one came out since. That new Monolith game looks like a new IP since its a first party game or do new IP's have to be developed by Nintendo themselves?

People are dumb. Wii Sports, Wii Fit, Wii Music... Being targeted at casuals doesn't make the IP any less new.

It's the same with people saying 360 has no exclusives. Yes it does. They're for Kinect. You and I not wanting Kinect does not make these games top existing.
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