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E3 2021 | Nintendo | June 15th - 17:00 BST


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5 minutes ago, Keyboard Koala said:

 

Yeah that'd be my take on it too. They needed to show gameplay of Bayonetta 3 or Prime 4, or a completely new reveal for the home run.

 

As a tangent, I think this highlights the difference between Nintendo(/Sony) and Microsoft. Microsoft can now just throw anything out there and call it 'free on day one' and nobody's invested enough to care about how it changes the perception of their consoles and when it's released; it's just a nice to have bonus. While Nintendo (/Sony) has to carefully manage expectations and focus on what you can buy in the coming months.

 

Going to be interesting to see how this plays out in the long term.

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25 minutes ago, Cyhwuhx said:

 

As a tangent, I think this highlights the difference between Nintendo(/Sony) and Microsoft. Microsoft can now just throw anything out there and call it 'free on day one' and nobody's invested enough to care about how it changes the perception of their consoles and when it's released; it's just a nice to have bonus. While Nintendo (/Sony) has to carefully manage expectations and focus on what you can buy in the coming months.

 

Going to be interesting to see how this plays out in the long term.

 

I definitely prefer Nintendo's approach. Sometimes I think we face a deluge of games from which all soul seems to be completely missing.

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5 hours ago, ChewMagma said:

BOTW2 is a way off but looks phenomenal, exactly what we would want from a sequel.


I’ve noticed a few of the people complaining about BotW 2 taking so long are the same ones complaining about it being “BotW 1.5” 🤔 

 

It’s going to be packed with new ideas and mechanics. Guaranteed. If it was to be BotW 1.5, we’d each have already played and completed it by now. They don’t fuck about with half-assing mainline Zelda.

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33 minutes ago, Keyboard Koala said:

Didn't Sakurai say he wasn't doing one ever again? Or at least doing something different first.

 

Yeah. He said that after the Wii U one.

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38 minutes ago, Keyboard Koala said:

Any word from your man inside?

 

About what? Switch R is confirmed, the new Mario Party game is a cryptominer and Toby Anstis is coming to Smash. What else do you want to know?

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This is really taking me back. From a time when arcade perfect conversions were still something of a holy grail for consoles, I clearly remember both the Cruis'n and Killer Instinct series being the N64 flagship titles to display its "ultra" power.

 

Cruis'n Blast will probably be all flash and hardly any content, but I'm still keen on giving it a try.

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On 16/06/2021 at 13:34, scottcr said:

How on earth do they even bring out a new Smash Bros ever?


It is called Ultimate, so they’d look pretty silly releasing a sequel!

 

Honestly, it would be like making a follow up to R-Type Final:quote:

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On 16/06/2021 at 18:52, Keyboard Koala said:

 

This is really taking me back. From a time when arcade perfect conversions were still something of a holy grail for consoles, I clearly remember both the Cruis'n and Killer Instinct series being the N64 flagship titles to display its "ultra" power.

 

Cruis'n Blast will probably be all flash and hardly any content, but I'm still keen on giving it a try.

 

seeing this makes me want a new Excite Truck so bad

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