GN: "Splatoon, Project Guard, Project Giant Robot & Starfox Come from Garage Development Programme - More Titles in Development Below is a quote from Edge's interview with Miyamoto."
Strange, but the two games I'm most looking forward to are Spatoon and Destiny (although I know the latter is for the PS4). I hope more games like Splatoon comes to Nintendo.
Also for PS3, my friend. If I get it, it'll be there, or on my ASUS laptop. I'll gladly deal with lesser graphics if I'm allowed to play online for free.
Now that we are on the topic, People defend gold an plus by saying you get "free "games yet steam has free games every weekend. Sure you only get the weekend to beat them, but who can't beat a game like dishonored in 72 hours? Just goes to show paying for online is a major ripoff, PSN and LIVE don't even let you choose your own avatar, you have to pick from what they give you. Literally one of the most basic of features.
keep churning them out
i need some starfox.
My phone disagreed when scrolling. Meant to agree, sorry. I love starfox.
Thank goodness they're finally taking steps to start making original IP again. About damn time.
great news for nintendo fans!
"But there are many others in development too." Hell yeah! Keep them coming. These games are looking very original and I love that they are doing their best to crank out new Nintendo experiences. Good job.
"Garage, a new Nintendo development programme set up last year in which developers break off into small teams and work on new ideas. "There are increasing numbers of young staff at Nintendo's development studios these days," Miyamoto says, "and these young guys really want to express themselves." Quote from article I understand and appreciate the initiative Nintendo is taking in regards to forming IP's and new games but I have this nagging feeling I can't shake. It seems like Nintendo is stuck wanting "to do their own thing and be different" from MS/Sony, and they are. But it seems like they completely ignore the GOOD things MS/Sony do like live/PSN, trophies/achievements, friends list, etc. I forget the article, but it mentions that 3rd party devs were pitching games/ideas and mentioning PSN/Live and they were told to not even mention them because the reps from Nintendo were not familiar with the other platforms. I was floored and I can't help but see this same attitude in a lot of their decisions. They need "garage" to cultivate IP's? They want young people to do it? That's awesome, it's great... but my fear is that you have IP's like Splatoon that look amazing and have mechanics I haven't seen before but Splatoon is not best fitted as a shooter. Build a platforming 3D game like Banjo-Kazooie (sp) and this mechanic explodes to a new level. I feel like the young talent needs assistance from the top or from devs. Don't have a program that lets people run wild with ideas because a good idea is only as good as the direction it's taken in. There are plenty of games that were great ideas taken in the wrong direction. I fear this for future new IP's from Nintendo.
For me sometimes, I am most creative when I am bored. While working I think of many things. This is like a place for all those ideas to go for all the ideas people come up with when they are bored. Miyamoto you smarty.
Splatoon-Awesome Project Guard-Awesome Project Giant Roboy-What on EARTH, Miyamoto? Fix these controls!
I honestly thought Giant Robot looked much better than guard, sure, the controls looked screwed up, but the gameplay was there and it looked fun, unlike project guard. Project guard needs some serious work on the gameplay if you ask me.
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