Nintendo should create a real Nintendo Land

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User Info: nonexistinghero

nonexistinghero
4 years ago#1
Should they? - Results (233 votes)
Yes
76.39% (178 votes)
178
No
23.61% (55 votes)
55
This poll is now closed.
I think they should. Nintendo Land as a theme park sounds awesome, IMO. Not like the game, but like... with all kinds of Nintendo stuff & attractions. A Zelda mystery/puzzle/adventure dungeon, a skeleton roller coaster, Metroid paintball or laser gunning of at least some kind of nifty shooting game, Mario Kart bumper cars, a Pikmin Garden, Donkey Kong Country (complete with barrels and monkeys), all kinds of Wario games, a Pokecenter, etc.

There's just so much cool stuff they could put into it. F*** Disney Land/World, I want Nintendo Land!
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User Info: jbhens

jbhens
4 years ago#2
Would be a huge failure. Nintendo is not on par with Disney at all.

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nonexistinghero
4 years ago#3
Mario is more well-known than Mickey in the US, you know.
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User Info: Dark__Throne

Dark__Throne
4 years ago#4
Only if they put one everywhere. Not just exclusive somewhere in Japan.

Need a Nintendo Land in America, England, Europe, Australia and the Antarctica.

User Info: DeathSoul2000

DeathSoul2000
4 years ago#5
jbhens posted...
Would be a huge failure. Nintendo is not on par with Disney at all.


disney is all about live action teen crap than actual cartoons these days so i think nintendo is on par.

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jbhens
4 years ago#6
I'm sorry, but Mario and Pokemon aren't on the level of the many Disney classics. I don't even understand how anyone could even compare the 2...

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nonexistinghero
4 years ago#7
jbhens posted...
I'm sorry, but Mario and Pokemon aren't on the level of the many Disney classics. I don't even understand how anyone could even compare the 2...


I have to disagree with you. Nintendo produces games that offer quality & polish almost unseen anywhere else in the gaming industry. The same can be said for Disney's big budget animated movies in the movie industry. However, I think Nintendo's characters and universes generally have a lot more appeal than the Disney universes.
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In SA2, it's Super Sonic and Hyper Shadow.

User Info: jbhens

jbhens
4 years ago#8
nonexistinghero posted...
jbhens posted...
I'm sorry, but Mario and Pokemon aren't on the level of the many Disney classics. I don't even understand how anyone could even compare the 2...


I have to disagree with you. Nintendo produces games that offer quality & polish almost unseen anywhere else in the gaming industry. The same can be said for Disney's big budget animated movies in the movie industry. However, I think Nintendo's characters and universes generally have a lot more appeal than the Disney universes.


Certain Nintendo characters have reached mainstream, but to think they are on the level of Disney is laughable. I really worry about some of you people...

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nonexistinghero
4 years ago#9
Mario is more well known than any Disney character.
Read the mania: http://www.fanfiction.net/~nonexistinghero
In SA2, it's Super Sonic and Hyper Shadow.

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jbhens
4 years ago#10
nonexistinghero posted...
Mario is more well known than any Disney character.



Wow....
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