Nintendo Insider writes:
With Nintendo’s revenue streams facing increasingly difficult circumstances, we take a look at avenues that they are yet to utilise.
Iwata needs to grow a pair and tell Game Freak that either they are making a tandem 3DS/Wii U Pokemon MMORPG, or they'll do it themselves/get someone else to do it. It's years beyond time for this, and it's frustrating beyond reason that they haven't done it.
i think they want to keep a few exclusives on the handhelds so the handhelds don't lose relevance.
Yeah lets create an MMO with all pokemon, making the future titles and pointless to buy not to mention ruin the spirit of trading.
3DS e-shop NEEDS: * SNES games * GBA games The best ones would sell 200,000+ no problem.
Pokemon Stadium U or something. That would be a system seller like crazy. The days of playing that.. good times.
Ide love a Pokemon stadium U and if they could make it link with the new 3ds Pokemon games this would be even better. I know the Wiiu is getting a lot of stick from the media at the moment but im really excited to seeing what Nintendo do with the console as at the end of the day its the 1st party developers who show us the best out of each console each gen and I was not a massive fan of the Wii but what Nintendo did with the hardware was 2nd to none but I have a feeling they have some special games for the Wiiu and going off Lego city and what pikmin 3 is shaping up to be im glad I own a Wiiu.
i wish nintendo would open more nintendo worlds in the country
I honestly wouldn't mind if they tried new stuff out with current titles. I see a concept fan video of a Super Mario game gone first person floating around the internet. I wouldn't mind a first person Pokemon game. Licensing Mario or Zelda on a shirt they are already doing right now you can buy a Mario shirt at Wal-Mart. All thoe I wouldn't mind going to a Nintendo store. But I can't see them popping up like an Apple store or a Wal-Mart unless its a busy city center.
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