Chris Seavor - the man behind Rare's infamous Conker's Bad Fur Day on the Nintendo 64 - has revealed in an interview with Not Enough Shaders that he's considering the possibility of developing for the Wii U eShop.
for a second i thought conkers bad fur day was coming to the wii u eshop
me too :( I don't want to pay $40+ for it on eBay
Could emulate it, Seavor said he doesn't mind. On topic: This article is misleading, he just said he is considering porting Parashoot Stan to the eShop, not specifically to start developing for the platform.
The only game the creator of Conker's Bad Fur Day should be making is Conker's Bad Fur Day 2. Seriously, this needs to happen.
but it be block for being m rated by Nintendo
Just one step closer for Rare coming back to Nintendo. I would love for Chris and a lot of the other old core team members to just reform under a new name with Nintendo again.
well Steve Burk, the free Radical co-founders, Grant, Seavor, and a few others could join... But I doubt Chris and Tim stamper will leave there new carrers, they left the game industry due to it changing radically and wanting something new. The creator of Banjo (gregg mayles), his brother steven, leigh loveday, robin beanland (only main composer from the nintendo days left at rare that i can think of. (also co-writer to bad furday), Tim cook, and a few others are still at Rare, and as Chris said in an interview, are content or happy staying with Rare. So who knows what could happen. I mean steve burke is trying to gain hype to create a spiritual successor to banjo so maybe theyll get together and do that.
Where did you hear that about Steve? If you could give me a link that would be awesome cuz I'm a big fan of his work (have the Kameo soundtrack on my ipod lol)
@A7XEric He left back in 2009 hes now freelance if i remember correctly. So does David Wise and Grant if i remember correctly.
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