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Lonely_Dolphin said:
Nuvendil said:
Oh, and I didn't see this mentioned much or maybe I missed it in this thread, but that latest Fire Emblem trailer finally got me truly hyped. I knew they were no doubt playing with the story cards close to the vest, but I wanted to see more of what was going on, what the stakes were. That latest trailer did that for me.

I'm feeling the opposite towards Three Houses. Couldn't really follow what was happening in that trailer, too distracted by how the game still has had no in-depth look at gameplay and it releases next month. I'm guessing it'll get it's own direct in July, but man they're dropping the ball on marketing this game I think.

I feel the opposite, the core of the game is familiar to people largely.  Three Houses desperately needed some kind of story driven hype.  Prior to this it was mostly just setting.

But if you want gameplay details there's a lot of info out there, actually.  I do think a mini direct for it might be in the cards.  Also, it is apparently going to be in the Treehouse later.



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Nautilus said:

Your optimistic, thats for sure.

Ok, lets say that the project they were developing for 4 or 5 years turned into MP4.I mean, they still had to throw much into the trash, since the project were meant to be a different game, and even Nintendo themselves said that MP4 had to basically start from scratch(So not much thing were reused, contrary to your claims).

But assuming you are right, and assuming the game launches in 2021, Retro game would have taken 7 to 8 years to be finsished.Tahts still higly incopetent.

Saying they basically started from scratch is a vague comment OOT started from scratch many times according to its developers and many things were still reused much like in many other 3D Zelda games, that comment was also in reference to the new team's work anyway.



Nuvendil said:
Lonely_Dolphin said:

I'm feeling the opposite towards Three Houses. Couldn't really follow what was happening in that trailer, too distracted by how the game still has had no in-depth look at gameplay and it releases next month. I'm guessing it'll get it's own direct in July, but man they're dropping the ball on marketing this game I think.

I feel the opposite, the core of the game is familiar to people largely.  Three Houses desperately needed some kind of story driven hype.  Prior to this it was mostly just setting.

But if you want gameplay details there's a lot of info out there, actually.  I do think a mini direct for it might be in the cards.  Also, it is apparently going to be in the Treehouse later.

As you pointed out, no one is talking about the trailer so I don't think it created much hype.

Forgot about the Treehouse, but not having a better trailer in the Direct itself is still a missed opportunity for a game that needs all the hype it can get.





Wyrdness said:
Nautilus said:

Your optimistic, thats for sure.

Ok, lets say that the project they were developing for 4 or 5 years turned into MP4.I mean, they still had to throw much into the trash, since the project were meant to be a different game, and even Nintendo themselves said that MP4 had to basically start from scratch(So not much thing were reused, contrary to your claims).

But assuming you are right, and assuming the game launches in 2021, Retro game would have taken 7 to 8 years to be finsished.Tahts still higly incopetent.

Saying they basically started from scratch is a vague comment OOT started from scratch many times according to its developers and many things were still reused much like in many other 3D Zelda games, that comment was also in reference to the new team's work anyway.

I think its safe to assume that by "starting from scratch" probably means they had about a years work done by that point, considering the circunstances.



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Lonely_Dolphin said:
Nuvendil said:

I feel the opposite, the core of the game is familiar to people largely.  Three Houses desperately needed some kind of story driven hype.  Prior to this it was mostly just setting.

But if you want gameplay details there's a lot of info out there, actually.  I do think a mini direct for it might be in the cards.  Also, it is apparently going to be in the Treehouse later.

As you pointed out, no one is talking about the trailer so I don't think it created much hype.

Forgot about the Treehouse, but not having a better trailer in the Direct itself is still a missed opportunity for a game that needs all the hype it can get.

No one is talking about it or any other trailer because BOTW2 showed up as did AC doesn't mean the's no hype for it the direct was just stacked.



It seems that Luigi Mansion 3 retains a more tradicional form of exploration, akin to Luigi Mansion 1.This came directly from Next Level games.

HYPE



Luigi's Mansion 2 did not interest me at all. Didn't even consider buying it, even though I loved the first one. This one once again is looking awesome though.

I will probably get this.



Wyrdness said:
Lonely_Dolphin said:

As you pointed out, no one is talking about the trailer so I don't think it created much hype.

Forgot about the Treehouse, but not having a better trailer in the Direct itself is still a missed opportunity for a game that needs all the hype it can get.

No one is talking about it or any other trailer because BOTW2 showed up as did AC doesn't mean the's no hype for it the direct was just stacked.

Or because it wasn't hype lul. We're both just making assumptions on what others think here. I'm a Fire Emblem fan and it did nothing for me, so based on that I speculate it probably did the same or worse for non-FE enthusiast.



Lonely_Dolphin said:
Wyrdness said:

No one is talking about it or any other trailer because BOTW2 showed up as did AC doesn't mean the's no hype for it the direct was just stacked.

Or because it wasn't hype lul. We're both just making assumptions on what others think here. I'm a Fire Emblem fan and it did nothing for me, so based on that I speculate it probably did the same or worse for non-FE enthusiast.

You mean the same non-FE enthusiasts who still bought and loved Fates despite the FE fans complaining about it and how it wasn't going to be up to scratch and ruing the formula? I think FE fans should realize the non-enthusiasts see things very differently.