Nintendo has just announced that players will be able to game online and leave clues for each other in ZombiU, set to release when the Wii U launches.
It appears that ZombiU which will launch exclusively for the Nintendo Wii U entertainment system will take the next evolutionary step in online gaming. I will soon be a proud owner of this AAAquality 3rd party exclusive, and am looking very much forward to the future of next generation gaming. A huge thanks goes out to the Nintendo brand for making the next generation of Elite gaming, and online entertainment possible for the consumer. Rated E For Everyone
Seriously dude, can you EXPLAIN your reason for talking a like a PR person? For some reason it's awkward to read your post! And it's just text 0_0. " A huge thanks goes out to the Nintendo brand for making the next generation of Elite gaming, and online entertainment possible for the consumer. " Stop talking so disgusting =( XD
can you say overly positve, yes i can :P
Relax good fellow we are all gaming friends, and civilized people. Thank you for supporting the Nintendo product line, and have a wonderful rest of your day. Rated E For Everyone
You know sidar, not everyone is an illiterate jerk that spouts rude obscenities every other sentence. A lot of people are actually fans of Nintendo and they are very happy with the direction Nintendo is currently heading. So if this guy wants to be positive and express that then he has every right to do so. I know you must be upset that the first post here wasn't you spouting off some random hatred against Nintendo and Ubisoft. Seriously dude, can you EXPLAIN why you think it's okay to hate on people for being positive. And yes I have seen his post before and I find them refreshing and if you don't like what he has to say than just ignore him and don't read his post for goodness sake.
@cleft5 I don hate him. I just find his posts extremely unrealistic. He talks more like a PR guy. I seriously wonder whether he is being paid by Nintendo. He talks like an infomercial. It's just weird. "Thank you for supporting the Nintendo product line, and have a wonderful rest of your day. " I mean read that sh/t. He talks as if he is meant to promote Nintendo.
He looked at how good old Darksniper did his glorious posts for Sony Playstation back then and copied his character over to Nintendo. But he isn't up on par to Darksnipers level of great posts too bad...
close.. very close. http://n4g.com/user/comment...
Come on, you can't even touch Zhuks 360 soldier post back then either. The biggies of back then, Darksniper, Zhuk, TheMART, Bloodmask and a couple more were unique personalities on N4G. But continue your crusade. Although we both know the WiiUpgrade is nothing to defend in this way Wiiboy soldier!
Cool, I so want to play that game.
Next evolution in online gaming, haha what! Why cause u can leave clues? U mean like demon and dark souls, and I'm sure other games have done it too. Or is the next evolution in online gaming, friend codes? Is that what u meant. Nintendo does some great things, online is not one of them.
leaving clues reminds me of daemons souls
Definitely the idea was derived from that game. The developers said so. Makes some real life sense though on Zombi U in that each character only gets one life, and can leave critical information behind for those who come after they do. It really has a feel of, 'I wonder if that guy who left this note is still alive?' Whereas in Demons/Dark Souls it's more like, 'Thanks online friend!'
But Nintendo can't do good online herpderp/ sarcasm
Sounds like a cool system. Not to hate but Demon's Souls/Dark Souls has had the message leaving system for a while. Still I am glad to see this feature implemented and I am more please to here some sort of definitive news coming forth about the online capabilities of the WiiU.
This would be the only reason i would get a WiiU. Got to check the other launch games
I know they already discuss this on E3
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