thomas wrote:I'd be thoroughly disappointed if Retro was responsible for Mario Kart U, unless it's a complete re-inventing of the game. Even then, it seems like any capable studio would be able to do that, while only Retro could make a mind-blowing deep singleplayer experience.
ehead wrote:So we're a month away from E3, here's what we know so far:
- There will be no main Nintendo conference but there will be one hosted by Miyamoto and Fils-Aime (confusing, I know)
- There will be Nintendo Directs leading to/during E3 week
- Rumors point to the next 3D Mario being unveiled
- More details for LoZ: WW and LTTP2
Exciting? Not sure. I believe they'll unveil Retro's project. I also see Nintendo announcing a new peripheral for the system. Lastly, I think they'll be promising more key IPs for the system (like what they're trying with NintendoLand).
Anyway, what the heck happened with Yoshi's Yarn?
Valay wrote:I'm really excited for E3. This should be better than their last 2 conferences put together, easily. 3D Mario, Smash Bros., Wind Waker HD, Mario Kart, Sonic Lost World, and other possible stuff like X, Yarn Yoshi, Bayonetta 2, and Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem. Maybe Retro's game too. And that's not counting any 3DS stuff, which should be a lot better than last year's (was really strange how Nintendo held that 3DS software showcase and didn't show anything new, only a few games playable).
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