Top 5: Upcoming Original IPs from Third Parties

Wii Fanboy: "Man, there are those who really love to complain. After viewing Zero Punctuation's latest video, I've decided that the old phrase distributed liberally by parents and teachers is indeed very true: "you can't please everyone." Nintendo themselves must have felt this pretty hard after their E3 showing was widely perceived as sub-par. On the gamers' side, even those who were most disappointed usually turned to any of the numerous third party efforts for hope. Understanding that Zero Punctuation is mostly intended as farce, it's difficult to call them out. Yet one glaring assertion must be rebutted: E3 2008 was most definitely not the year of the sequel. In fact, on the Nintendo side, the exact opposite was true.

For the first time in a long while, I'm much more excited about upcoming third party releases than Nintendo titles as a whole (save for Wario Land: Shake It!). As those of us who braved the GameCube generation quickly learned, a console cannot survive on first party titles alone -- even those of the highest quality. Here are the top five original third party games that we are excited about."

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LossTheEarthbreaker3779d ago

Definitely looking forward to Madworld.

My Wii is gathering dust when my friends aren't here. Actually, even when they are here we've been ignoring the Wii.

I honestly am not excited at all for those other titles. Animales is somewhat interesting, but de Blob and The Conduit really don't impress me.

kingme713779d ago

Deadly Creatures is an intriguing title.

Smacktard3779d ago

Great, let's put secret projects of which we know nothing about down instead of Little King's Story, Deadly Creatures, or Oboro Muramasa Youtouden durr hurr %D

LossTheEarthbreaker3779d ago

The latter two you mentioned I'm also interested in.