rustyshell.com: We're not getting a console Pokemon RPG for a while, if at all. So how about Pokemon Snap 2 for Wii U instead? I have some ideas about how it would work.
I'm content with that. Historically Pokemon RPG games aren't quite as good. But yes, I will gladly take Snap 2. Add in some DLC and the ability to post your pictures on Miiverse and boom, insta-buy.
Hell yes, Pokemon Snap was freaking awesome. I would love a second game for Wii U. Might convince me to buy one, assuming it's as good as the first game.
Whoops, forgot to say Pokemon RPGS ON CONSOLES are not as good. My bad lol.
only thing was it was so short. You could beat the game in like 8 hours. There were only so many pokemon to catch then. Having how many there are now just opens up possibilities.
I would actually like Pokemon Battle Revolution 2. Being able to battle with better graphics on the big screen has always been appealing to me. Plus they always ad TMs or other rare items you can transfer back to your handheld game.
who are you nintendo's spokesperson...wiiu has been out one month and we have no ideas what games will come out for wiiu this generation yet
If they do a snap 2 it should be dlc only. After all the years though snap one just doesn't seems like a full value game. If they make more in-depth maybe.
I don't understand why ninty hasn't made another Pokemon snap game yet. The first one was so well received, and I'm sure it would work great with the Wii remotes or WiiU pad. Hmmm..I think I'm about to go dust off my 64 :)
If they make a pokemon snap 2, it has to have all the regions to explore and miiverse integration.
Why not both? Game Freak makes the RPG and and other studio makes Pokemon Snap 2.
They can use the Gamepad for so many things in 2... Make it happen, Nintendo!
The Wii U is PERFECT for Snap 2. But knowing Nintendo we'll probably get Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Shovelware Edition 20 before we get any legit console Pokemon title.
Yes do it Nintendo.
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