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And this was on Nintendo of America's official Twitter:

What do you think this means?



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Nintendo is throwing the character into a fire pit after its 3DS game flopped?



You know it deserves the GOTY.

Come join The 2018 Obscure Game Monthly Review Thread.

Clearly its hyping up their new robot they are releasing.

Do you guys remember the patent Nintendo filed not to long ago with some robot legs.



They love to watch us suffer.



The plastic Amiibos burn easily?



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irstupid said:
Clearly its hyping up their new robot they are releasing.

Do you guys remember the patent Nintendo filed not to long ago with some robot legs.

Yes, I remember.

And the 3DS Chibi-Robo flopped because not enough people liked the change in gameplay, and Nintendo gave it next to no marketing (Nintendo was really stupid in the Wii U era).



Chibi robo is entering super sayain mode.



My (locked) thread about how difficulty should be a decision for the developers, not the gamers.

https://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=241866&page=1

Someone on here suggested that the hype was just too great online with so many people losing their minds and Nintendo decided to pull the plug. GOD I HOPE THAT'S NOT THE CASE!!!



Maybe he will use this ability to burrow through snow (for a limited time, of course) or fall through ice. I wonder if he'll be swimming in this one as well. Chibi Robo really is a unique character for Nintendo and one that we haven't seen in 3D since the Gamecube. Just a fresh coat of paint on the graphics and a larger world would be enough to warrant a sequel and probably a million seller.



super_etecoon said:
Maybe he will use this ability to burrow through snow (for a limited time, of course) or fall through ice. I wonder if he'll be swimming in this one as well. Chibi Robo really is a unique character for Nintendo and one that we haven't seen in 3D since the Gamecube. Just a fresh coat of paint on the graphics and a larger world would be enough to warrant a sequel and probably a million seller.

Fair point. I'd likely buy it. :)