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I wished you provided a list of what's in the video for quick reference;

Damn it. Why did they show TLS, PT, and Xenoblade? That's just messing with our heads.
Well, there are a few decent games on there that is still worth considering anyway.



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THE LAST STORY

FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU



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c03n3nj0 said:
THE LAST STORY

FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU

I thought you live in Europe. The game is pretty much confirmed to come in 2012, probably spring.



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My impression is that after this fiscal year, we'll finally see the various small games from Japan come to the West that people are bitching about. This year, there are still some pretty projects that would overshadow lesser stuff. Rayman, Zelda, Just Dance 3, Mario & Sonic, Go Vacation, Fortune Street, Kirby, Madden, Wii Play Motion, Fifa, Mario Party 9, Zumba Fitness 2, the Black Eyed Peas Game, Dragon Quest Collection, Inazuma Eleven, etc etc is still a fairly strong showing for April 2011 - March 2012 (although it is spread out badly).

After March 2012, Wii software won't collapse but its not going to get 5-10 more 3m+ games like this fiscal year (Wii Play, Zelda, JD3, Zumba 2, MP9, Kirby, Fortune Street, Mario & Sonic, Rhythm Heaven, Black Eyed Peas could each top 3m globally in a best case scenario). The roughly 1200 or so games that have been released in the West should continue to prop Wii for a little while. The only big projects for the March 2013 year are probably going to be Dragon Quest X and Just Dance 4. So its probable that Xenoblade, Disaster Day of Crisis, budget software re-releases, Pandora's Tower, The Last Story, and whatever else will simply serve as filler content for the March 2013 year.



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TheSource said:

My impression is that after this fiscal year, we'll finally see the various small games from Japan come to the West that people are bitching about. This year, there are still some pretty projects that would overshadow lesser stuff. Rayman, Zelda, Just Dance 3, Mario & Sonic, Go Vacation, Fortune Street, Kirby, Madden, Wii Play Motion, Fifa, Mario Party 9, Zumba Fitness 2, the Black Eyed Peas Game, Dragon Quest Collection, Inazuma Eleven, etc etc is still a fairly strong showing for April 2011 - March 2012 (although it is spread out badly).

After March 2012, Wii software won't collapse but its not going to get 5-10 more 3m+ games like this fiscal year (Wii Play, Zelda, JD3, Zumba 2, MP9, Kirby, Fortune Street, Mario & Sonic, Rhythm Heaven, Black Eyed Peas could each top 3m globally in a best case scenario). The roughly 1200 or so games that have been released in the West should continue to prop Wii for a little while. The only big projects for the March 2013 year are probably going to be Dragon Quest X and Just Dance 4. So its probable that Xenoblade, Disaster Day of Crisis, budget software re-releases, Pandora's Tower, The Last Story, and whatever else will simply serve as filler content for the March 2013 year.


Disaster: Day of Crisis already came out in the west. Like 3 years ago.



 

Wii has upcoming games?? :O

Kidding. But seriously, the thing that pisses me off is, the Wii games I want the most probably aren't going to be localized: ToG, Zangeki, Last Story, Xenoblade, etc. WTF Nintendo of America??

That video does make the lineup look better than I thought though. Kirby looks like fun, and I will definitely be picking up Zelda. Mario Party 9 actually looks like a step in the right direction. I might pick up Rhythm Heaven provided it doesn't cost more than like 20 bucks. Rune Factory looks nice, also a maybe.



TheSource said:

My impression is that after this fiscal year, we'll finally see the various small games from Japan come to the West that people are bitching about. This year, there are still some pretty projects that would overshadow lesser stuff. Rayman, Zelda, Just Dance 3, Mario & Sonic, Go Vacation, Fortune Street, Kirby, Madden, Wii Play Motion, Fifa, Mario Party 9, Zumba Fitness 2, the Black Eyed Peas Game, Dragon Quest Collection, Inazuma Eleven, etc etc is still a fairly strong showing for April 2011 - March 2012 (although it is spread out badly).

After March 2012, Wii software won't collapse but its not going to get 5-10 more 3m+ games like this fiscal year (Wii Play, Zelda, JD3, Zumba 2, MP9, Kirby, Fortune Street, Mario & Sonic, Rhythm Heaven, Black Eyed Peas could each top 3m globally in a best case scenario). The roughly 1200 or so games that have been released in the West should continue to prop Wii for a little while. The only big projects for the March 2013 year are probably going to be Dragon Quest X and Just Dance 4. So its probable that Xenoblade, Disaster Day of Crisis, budget software re-releases, Pandora's Tower, The Last Story, and whatever else will simply serve as filler content for the March 2013 year.


The idea that JRPGs aren't being brought out this year because Nintendo assumes I'll be too busy playing the Black Eyed Peas Game is a tough pill to swallow.  Xenoblade, Pandora's Tower and The Last Story play to an entirely different crowd than the bulk of the games you listed, and they'll be overshadowed regardless of when they're brought out, delaying their release until 2012 is certainly going to do nothing to help their sales.



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TheSource said:

My impression is that after this fiscal year, we'll finally see the various small games from Japan come to the West that people are bitching about. This year, there are still some pretty projects that would overshadow lesser stuff. Rayman, Zelda, Just Dance 3, Mario & Sonic, Go Vacation, Fortune Street, Kirby, Madden, Wii Play Motion, Fifa, Mario Party 9, Zumba Fitness 2, the Black Eyed Peas Game, Dragon Quest Collection, Inazuma Eleven, etc etc is still a fairly strong showing for April 2011 - March 2012 (although it is spread out badly).

0_o it's a terrible line up save for Kirby and Zelda, you're thinking too much about $$$ and not about quality source. I really don't know how a sole Wii owner can be happy this year with the line up, but then it actually seems most Wii owners here agree with me.

After March 2012, Wii software won't collapse but its not going to get 5-10 more 3m+ games like this fiscal year (Wii Play, Zelda, JD3, Zumba 2, MP9, Kirby, Fortune Street, Mario & Sonic, Rhythm Heaven, Black Eyed Peas could each top 3m globally in a best case scenario). The roughly 1200 or so games that have been released in the West should continue to prop Wii for a little while. The only big projects for the March 2013 year are probably going to be Dragon Quest X and Just Dance 4. So its probable that Xenoblade, Disaster Day of Crisis, budget software re-releases, Pandora's Tower, The Last Story, and whatever else will simply serve as filler content for the March 2013 year.

Or, they just don't bother and all move onto the WiiU quickly ..

I really wish sometimes you would face facts and not muddle through some excuse ...



 

Yeah, TheSource has too much faith in Nintendo's business sense. After all, this is the company that decided to kill the Wii in favor of the Wii U. Five years ago the Gamecube had been left dead, but that was excusable, because the Wii held so much promise that was easy to see (five hour long lines at E3 2006). Some Gamecube leftovers being moved over to the Wii didn't hurt much, because the Gamecube was a lost cause anyway.

However, with the Wii it's really sad to see how the console is being handled by its manufacturer. That machine lifted Nintendo to alltime record profits and then it has to go in such an undeserving manner where fans apparently have to beg for the last few games to see a release at all. Nintendo is unbelievably ungrateful.



Legend11 correctly predicted that GTA IV (360+PS3) would outsell SSBB. I was wrong.

A Biased Review Reloaded / Open Your Eyes / Switch Gamers Club