Elite Beat Agents creator wants to make a new entry in the series
Posted on 6 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in DS, General Nintendo, News | 11 Comments
It’s been nearly a decade since we last saw an entry in the Elite Beat Agents / Ouendan franchise. That begs the question: will iNiS ever work on a new game? Elite Beat Agents creator Keiichi Yano does seem up for it.
Speaking with Polygon, Yano mentioned the following:
“I have a great relationship with Nintendo. I think, as with many of these types of games that have this following and at some point they come back, I think there will be a right time when it feels like [the series] should come back. A lot of times, the platform will dictate those kind of things.”
Yano also said that he would “certainly love to make another version of it, and hopefully it’s on the next platform.”
Look at the video below for Yano’s full response.
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The Best of the Nintendo DS – Staff Opinions!
Posted on 8 years ago by Patrick(@Patricklous) in DS, DSiWare, Features | 4 Comments
As our celebration of the Nintendo DS’ 10th birthday draws to a close, the Nintendo Everything staff got together to discuss the games we thought defined the console for us. You’ve probably noticed all the DS-centric listicles we’ve been posting over the last few weeks, but these were all user-voted so we didn’t exactly have much control over the games that made the list. So with that in mind we’re adding in our opinions on everything from the best soundtracks to the most disappointing titles, including a few games that didn’t make the original lists.
Each of the staff members contributing has their own unique gaming tastes and just so you know exactly who to argue with in the comments section, the guys who you’ll be hearing from in this article are:
Site Role: The Leader of the Bunch, You Know Him Well
Site Role: Famicolumnist, Bought Too Many DS Games
Site Role: Buster of Eggs, Veteran of the Review Crew
Site Role: The Radiant Reporter, Amiibo Aficionado
The Top 5 Most Under-Appreciated and Disappointing Games on the Nintendo DS
Posted on 8 years ago by Patrick(@Patricklous) in DS, Features, Reader Poll | 30 Comments
Like Fred Durst, our series of “Best of DS” lists keeps on rollin’ with a double feature of the top five most under-appreciated and disappointing titles on the console. Let’s start off with the good and recognise the games that might have scored well with critics, but fell under the radar for whatever reason.
Even though I’m happy with the games you guys picked, the “most under-appreciated” might also be the “most unnecessary” list, because how do you use a popularity contest to determine if something is the most under-appreciated? Of course, the deepest cuts were the ones that didn’t get enough votes to make the list so consider the real victors to be Bangai-O Spirits and Kira Kira: Pop Princess:
The Top 10 Nintendo DS Soundtracks
Posted on 8 years ago by Patrick(@Patricklous) in DS, Features, Reader Poll | 8 Comments
Highlighting the best soundtracks on the Nintendo DS might just be my favourite entry in our month-long series of DS-related articles. Not because it’s easy to write about soundtracks after dropping music class in high school, but because it turned me on to all the best music on the console. Shout-outs are in order to whoever put down the DS game adaptation of the animated movie Robots, which is the only thing more forgettable than the movie itself. The soundtrack, however, happens to be this amazing synth pop score, which turned out to be composed by the developer of Escape Goat! Well anyway, Robots didn’t come remotely close to making the list, but here are the DS soundtracks that did:
Here’s a Podcast – Episode 91!
Posted on 8 years ago by Austin(@NE_Austin) in Features, Podcast | 1 Comment
ON THIS EPISODE: You wanna hear about Nintendo games? We’ve got Nintendo games! Jack talks about Super Mario 3D World, Austin talks about Super Mario Bros. and Mario Golf, and Laura hits a home-run with her discussion of Rusty’s Real Deal Baseball and Elite Beat Agents!
PLUS: Our panel discussion segment has a lot of discussion about Mario Kart 8’s “new” Battle Mode, Nintendo’s E3 plans, and what Austin thinks is the coolest thing Nintendo has done in a while.
AND: We laugh way too much about some really stupid jokes towards the end.
This Week’s Podcast Crew: Austin, Jack, and Laura
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Amazon has Elite Beat Agents for $6
Posted on 8 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in DS, News | 0 comments
Now’s the time to purchase Elite Beat Agents if you haven’t already done so. At the moment, Amazon has the game available for $5.88. Copies will ship in 2-3 weeks, but you really should consider buying Elite Beat Agents for this price.