In the latest issue of Famitsu Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto has said he is interested in making a Super Mario Galaxy sequel and that he's also thinking about the next Zelda title.
new IP when?
pretty soon i think there still thinking about it
please leave the stars out !!!!!!!!!! i liked galaxy, and it was a suprise because didnt liked m64 because of the star system, but please go oldschool and just make a finishing point !
hope next IP Zelda is more darker than last one...
YAY! we get a mario sequel on one SYSTEM!
yes lets get those sequels out instead of waiting 4 or 5 years for them nintendo.
LOL now this is what you call milking a franchise,just like what Microsoft is doing with Halo,Halo 1,Halo 2,Halo 3,Halo Wars,what's next,Halo Kitty?...LMFAO!XD
LOL at the image.. HALO KITTY.. dear god man thats priceless NOW WITH SUPER FUN HAPPY GORE!
Yeah, he's thinking alright... Thinking of what Insomniac will do next so he can steal it again.
How did this idiot get an agree? Insomniac is the one ripping off Shigeru..aka the FATHER of all platformers?
seriously, Shigeru has been planning a gravity based game since pre-Sunshine days. If anything, Insomniac stole the idea from him.
Ya know i never thought i would say this.. but i didn't beat this game yet... i just really lost interest in it... I don't know what happened. I just rather go online and play warhawk... This unusual for me as I am (or thought i was) a big fan of the Mario franchise... I really enjoyed playing Mario Sunshine, i actually couldn't put it down... but i don't know about Mario Galaxy...it's just my opinion
I would love another Mario. Galaxy was a lil short for me. Well not SHORT but i was so into the game i finished it too fast. Basically it really drew me in, and i went and got all the stars *cept all purple coins* unlike in Mario64. And a new IP.. that would be cool, Miyamoto always has the best IPS
Metroid isnt from Shigi =P so its pretty mixed who has the best IPS with nintendo.
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