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Which Nintendo platform introduced the Best IPs?

Arcade 2 2.50%
 
NES 58 72.50%
 
Gameboy/Gameboy Color 1 1.25%
 
SNES 7 8.75%
 
N64 5 6.25%
 
Gamecube 3 3.75%
 
Gameboy Advance 0 0.00%
 
DS 2 2.50%
 
Wii 0 0.00%
 
Switch 2 2.50%
 
Total:80

Which Nintendo system introduced the best original IPs in Nintendo's lineup?

Incomplete list from memory:

Arcade: Super Mario, Donkey Kong

NES: The Legend of Zelda, Metroid, Punch-Out, Fire Emblem, Kid Icarus

Gameboy/Gameboy Color: Kirby, Pokemon

SNES: Mario Kart, Star Fox, F-Zero

N64: Super Smash Bros., Animal Crossing

Gamecube: Pikmin, Odama

Gameboy Advance: Advance Wars, WarioWare

DS: Nintendogs, Brain Age

Wii: Wii Sports, Wii Fit, Xenoblade

3DS: Codename S.T.E.A.M.

Wii U: Nintendo Land, Splatoon

Switch: Arms, 1,2 Switch

I know I am missing a ton of games. You guys figure it out :p

Last edited by Signalstar - on 11 February 2018

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missed Fire Emblem and Xenoblade, as well as various spinoff series like Luigi's Mansion or Mario Party

overall i would say its pretty evenly distributed. its a tough choice




The NES. Might as well give Super Mario Bros. to it because most people didn't get to play the game in arcades.

Super Mario Bros. spawned countless spinoff series on future platforms, Zelda is a mainstay since over 30 years, Metroid and Fire Emblem are held in high regards. Then there were on-and-off IPs like Punch-Out!! and Kid Icarus. It's tough for any future platform to compete with such a rich foundation that made it necessary to put top development teams on sequels.



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You could say the NES because,you know,it was the one that started all but I will go with Super Nintendo. Counting Nintendo IPs, spin-offs and third parties you got:

-Mario Kart
-DK Country
-Star Fox
-F Zero
-Megaman X
-Pilotwings
-Secret of Mana
-Saga
-Chrono Trigger
-Tales
-Yoshi Island
-Earthbound

And many more.



The only correct answer is NES.



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You forgot Wario, a Game Boy IP. And Arcade didn't introduced Super Mario IP, the NES did. Mario Bros is not a Super Mario game.

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Signalstar said:

Which Nintendo system introduced the best original IPs in Nintendo's lineup?

Incomplete list from memory:

Arcade: Super Mario, Donkey Kong

NES: The Legend of Zelda, Metroid, Punch-Out, Fire Emblem, Kid Icarus

Gameboy/Gameboy Color: Kirby, Pokemon

SNES: Mario Kart, Star Fox, F-Zero

N64: Super Smash Bros., Animal Crossing

Gamecube: Pikmin, Odama

Gameboy Advance: Advance Wars, WarioWare

DS: Nintendogs, Brain Age

Wii: Wii Sports, Wii Fit, Xenoblade

3DS: Codename S.T.E.A.M.

Wii U: Nintendo Land, Splatoon

Switch: Arms, 1,2 Switch

I know I am missing a ton of games. You guys figure it out :p

Hmmm. Swap Punch Out! from NES to arcade? I'm going SNES for my vote.

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How can this be anything other than the NES; Mario (SMB anyway), Zelda, Metroid and Fire Emblem.



Arcade isn't a Nintendo platform.

Plus not every arcade around the world had Nintendo games. The NES introduced those to the masses.



 

 

Nes. But it's not even fair when you have TLOZ and Mario + a pletra of other IP's



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