Nintendo has mastered almost every genre?

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User Info: Wiiplayer111

Wiiplayer111
4 years ago#91
kimaochi posted...
No, I disagree. Nintendo is a jack of all trades, but a master of none.


Platformers like SMG and SMG2 say hi.

And I'd say Nintendo has covered pretty much everything.
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User Info: Alphamale001

Alphamale001
4 years ago#92
zinformant posted...
Wipeout is a series...


So is F-Zero...
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Abiz_
4 years ago#93
Nintendo has mastered Platformers. Most other stuff is more like a A grade.
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notSFF
4 years ago#94
Vyers posted...
notSFF posted...
mahgah91 posted...
_Odarp posted...
Marsford posted...
No. The author himself lists like 10 genres they haven't covered.

They also haven't really done one of my favorite genres - dungeon crawlers.


So Pokemon mystery dungeon does not count?


Pokemon Mystery Dungeon comes FAR from mastering Roguelikes.


Name a better one.


...

Chocobo's Dungeon
Shiren the Wanderer
Most of the Dragon Quest ones


Let me be more specific.

Name one with more content and/or a better story.

I'm talking about Explorers of Sky, by the way.
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