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Submitted by LeiAndLove 709d ago | opinion piece

Pokemon and Wii U: How Nintendo Can Knock It Out of the Park

Smart When Shouting's resident Pokemon Professor explains how Nintendo can combine previous ideas from the Stadium and Colosseum series to create the best home-console Pokemon game yet. (Pokemon, Wii U)

MasterCratosKong66  +   709d ago
Nintendo has been sitting on the goldmine that is a good 3D pokemon adventure since the N64(not saying that Stadium and Colosseum games were bad, but there is much more potential) . Now with proper online capabilities there is a greater hope for a literal game changer like that. The market is definitely there, I know for a fact they are looking at major sales with it, it just depends if Game Freak is up for doing it.
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