El33tonline writes: "Core Gaming (official distributors of Nintendo in South Africa) recently confirmed release dates and windows for a range of hotly anticipated 3DS and Wii titles, most interestingly for Mario Kart and Super Mario for 3DS."
OMg. Best news I have got this day :D I have 3DS with Zelda, Street Fighter IV and Rayman, and these two I must have titles!
They really had to confirm this?? LOL. This is Nintendo people!! I'm sure the dates are no where near solid.
Always the same, when will they come with something new? People complain about COD's lack of innovation lately , but nintendo is much worse. Do something new with mario for god's sake!
Wow is the greatest multi player game ever! Was the first game I had right after Super Mario on the N64 back in the day. I love it!
They need these title this holiday season to boost 3DS sales. So they cant afford to delay them. Great news for 3DS owners.
I thought Nintendo said at E3 Mario Kart, Super Mario 3D, and Luigi's Mansion 2 are all coming out in 2011.
I believe Luigi's Mansion 2 is coming out next year, but yes, they confirmed these ones for 2011 at E3.
How exciting. Now I'll finally be able to play a Mario game. And a Mario cart game. Screw this stuff--when's the NEW stuff coming? Gimme some Ace Attorney dates; some Layton dats; some Draqon Quest, Final Fantasy, Shin Megami Tensei dates. Or at the very least, a version of Mario or Zelda that isn't roughly identical to a console game. Yikes.
It's ironic that people "complain" about Mario and Zelda and yet they are constantly Nintendo's top sellers. Which leads me to believe people hop on forums to tell people they are still sheeple and agree with the latest bashing trend and then hop onto their local gamestore website and pre-order the announced Mario or Zelda title. I don't see God of War turning into a FPS, I don't see CoD turning into a platform game, and I don't see GTA turning into a real time strategy game. Point is, Mario is a platformer, Zelda is an action adventure RPG, both have in the past changed things, put spins on things and reinvented their play styles, like Mario Galaxy as a quick example. They are top selling franchises that the fans generally bitch about if the formula gets changed too much or even has too much of a cosmetic change, like toon link for example. So why on earth would Nintendo stop releasing games that are in their top selling franchise list? And why would they drastically change a formula that isn't broken? If it ain't broke, and it's making you tones of money, why fix it?
Mario kart 3DS with no bikes???
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