Satoru Iwata interviews the development team behind Super Mario Galaxy regarding the development process behind the game. Reveals that Miyamoto's concept for Super Mario Galaxy has been in planning since 1995.
Maybe Super Mario Galaxy is what used to be called "Mario 128".
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That doesn't come as much surprize seeing as its going to be run on 1995 hardware
Wouldn't be surprised if it has been on the drawing board since then... many things take a bit of time to come... Like DNF, though we aren't seeing that one. Ever.
lol don't give up hope on DNF! It'll be a multiplat title on Xbox1080, PS5, and the Ultra Wii.
hahahahahahhahahahaah... Wow, that's amazingly funn for some reason.
It was probably slated to come the GC but switched platforms to the Wii after the GC was canceled.
Have you seen the screens for this baby?
There's no way that this one had gone under any form of gamecube development, unless all that was scrapped a looong time ago.
I've seen the screens and it is feasible.
There goes Insomniac's theory of Mario copying them *shruggs shoulders*
wow i never know
jackdoe you are on something i mean on it
You mean on drugs or onto a conspiracy?
Nintendo always comes out smelling like a winner... Damn fools. The funniest thing, Insomniac impleented it first. End of story. They had no prior knowledge of what the hell nitendo had in some vault "spposedly" Insomniac are the one's who gave it to us 1st and muc lik Fulci, they'll become a victim of their own success. Simpl and clean. Get a clue, snorks.
Also, kind of a vauge interview, wouldn't you say? No proof... Just words. Whatever. This is B.S. and media smacks slop it up. Insomniac has their proof and it's 6 years old this year. Nintendo, they don't. They have PR and Nintendo workers telling everyone "Ummm. yeah we were working on this idea back in 1995" Whatever... I have a friend who's uncle wrote Time in a Bottle. He swears up and down about it. Jim Croche has the actual proof, though. See how that works?
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