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What does NX need for you to buy it in its first year?

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What do you want

3D Mario like 64 32 10.26%
 
A new Metroid Prime 19 6.09%
 
A new 2D Metroid 4 1.28%
 
Zelda NX to be perfect 36 11.54%
 
Spla200n 7 2.24%
 
Smash Bros 4 Port 6 1.92%
 
At least 2-4 of the above 54 17.31%
 
At least 3-5 of the above 27 8.65%
 
I'm not buying it the first year 80 25.64%
 
See my post [your poll options suck] 47 15.06%
 
Total:312

If it releases on my birthday or if they confirm a mario sunshine 2 ill pick it up day one. Also has to have physical media and a regular controller.



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Goldeneye: N64 Remastered, Far Cry 5 exclusive, Theme Hospital 2 exclusive and Resident Evil 2 Remastered exclusive.



Good Nintendo games and hardware that doesn't cost more than 250 Euro (home console), because that will show that they are serious about making good games.



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

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TH-Work said:
It really need to have more power than PS4K! It must be so powerful that every 3rd party developer can develop their dream games on NX!!!

Nintendo doesnt care about third party reaching their own potential. The only potential that matters is Nintendos. 



A good OS and a LOT of good games (like, at least 7 of them).



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Normchacho said:
zorg1000 said:

Despite the name, Wii U is more similar to GC than it is to Wii.

What? Just because it hasn't sold well? Because as a system it's way more like the Wii...

If I asked people for an explanation why the Wii sold well while the GC didn't, the most common response would be the Wii Remote.

You say that Nintendo tried to appeal to the Wii audience with the Wii U, but then one has to wonder why the Wii Remote became what the GameCube controller was for the Wii: An optional controller that works with some games.

I've barely played any Wii U games with a Wii Remote because most games do not support it. I've played most games with a dual analog controller. The GC also had a dual analog controller. If you've played all three systems (GC, Wii, Wii U), it's quite obvious that the Wii U is a lot closer to the GC than the Wii.



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

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A Zelda game that does not use motion controls or any other gimmick like that and hearkens back to the days of LttP.  

A Metroid that isn't just a glorified FPS like Metroid Prime and is more like Metroid and Super Metroid.

I'd say a good Mario game, but i'll be honest, I think Mario is unsalvagable. 



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-Good 3rd party multiplat support (Japanese and western)
-At least 2 good 3rd party exclusives (one Japanese, one western)
-Ports of most of the Wii U games I want to play that I missed out on, or Wii U backwards compatibility
-Solid specs (at least PS4 level, preferably around PS4K Neo level)
-A good price ($350 or less with better than PS4 specs, $300 or less with PS4 specs)
-A good controller (preferably a Wii U Pro style controller, but if it does have a screen I hope it's smaller and more ergonomic than the Wii U gamepad)
-Improved online functionality (party system, voice chat, achievements, etc.)

 


Though not neccessary, I'd love to see:
-A console Pokemon in the first year (Pokken 2 or maybe even the console Pokemon RPG we've all been dreaming of for years)
-A console Fire Emblem
-NX handheld games playable on NX console at a higher resolution and possibly with other graphical upgrades



Final Fantasy XV, Final Fantasy VII, Dragon Quest XI and Shenmue 3.



Confirmation that all their handheld games going forward will be playable on the NX.

That would go a long way for me.