The Wii U has been out since 2012. Was the E3 showing that impressive?

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User Info: vermilion99

vermilion99
3 years ago#11
Blade_Kirby posted...
RS_YELARAKA posted...
Still no sports fps titles.


Because these genres are so historically important to Nintendo's success.


Apparently you weren't around during the N64 days

User Info: vermilion99

vermilion99
3 years ago#12
Avirosb posted...
vermilion99 posted...
Solid games? Yes? But the Zelda series should be held to a higher standard then just being a solid game. Nintendo hyped up both games to incredible heights and both turned out being the same ole Zelda we have been playing for years.

I don't remember Nintendo hyping anything. It's usually the internet that is responsible for that.
All franchises are grounded in familiarity.


For Twilight Princess Nintendo said they were planning something that would be "beyond gamers imaginations." Skyward Sword was hyped by Nintendo saying it was going to drastically change the Zelda formula.

User Info: mashu

mashu
3 years ago#13
Yes and no. Most things are coming 2015 or later.

User Info: Blade_Kirby

Blade_Kirby
3 years ago#14
vermilion99 posted...
Blade_Kirby posted...
RS_YELARAKA posted...
Still no sports fps titles.


Because these genres are so historically important to Nintendo's success.


Apparently you weren't around during the N64 days


Wat. You mean Goldeneye? That's one game. And sports titles? Making big impact on Nintendo systems? Lol.
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User Info: Avirosb

Avirosb
3 years ago#15
vermilion99 posted...
Avirosb posted...
vermilion99 posted...
Solid games? Yes? But the Zelda series should be held to a higher standard then just being a solid game. Nintendo hyped up both games to incredible heights and both turned out being the same ole Zelda we have been playing for years.

I don't remember Nintendo hyping anything. It's usually the internet that is responsible for that.
All franchises are grounded in familiarity.


For Twilight Princess Nintendo said they were planning something that would be "beyond gamers imaginations." Skyward Sword was hyped by Nintendo saying it was going to drastically change the Zelda formula.

Seems par for the industry. Hardly what I'd call incredible heights.
Console wars are like pissing contests. So yeah.
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