Gamefly has changed its release date of Captain Toad: Treasure tracker to March 2015 for North America. They have been correct in the past but take these rumors with a grain of salt.
I'm really excited for this game, if it is for the best, okay. Please understand. =P
I think this could be true.Just because they did the same with DKTF last year.Just so they would have a game to release around that time.I love Nintendo but the fact they can only put out a game every 3 months in getting annoying.The lack of 3rd party games rely shines though because of this one thing.
* Delayed with this game = More levels and content for us to play through. In the end, it's what is best for this game. I can't wait for it to release, and if it's done right, well we can assume we will get Captain Toad #2 sometime in Holiday 2015 or early 2016.
Unacceptable, I need this game for yesterday.
aint nobody will care we got Smash for Holiday. January is a better month for it.
Hey until we playing it I'm we can't be sure it won't get delayed also.'Wii need a little more time'.lol
I've been playing online on the 3ds version, that junk is awesome. There is input lag occasionally tho.
This is exactly why I love\hate Nintendo, more love. Games you feel are held back - no matter how frustrating to the general public - until everything is just so. Sony or Microsoft may have pushed a seemingly basic game such as this to arrive before Christmas and hopefully make a few dollars more. With Nintendo however you feel its in safe hands and when it does arrive it will be everything (and more) it could be. Bayonetta 2 (and 1) and Smash Bros should see me OK in the time being.
I hope this is partially because they worry the sales will be cannibalized by Smash U. Bayonetta and Hyrule Warriors is not a stellar lineup for the holiday.
It would probably be for the best. CTTT is a "minor" game. Not minor in content, just minor in sales and hype. It will be overshadowed by smash bros and any other big release on wii u.
N4G is a community of gamers posting and discussing the latest game news. It’s part of NewsBoiler, a network of social news sites covering today’s pop culture.