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Should Nintendo remake their Wii games in HD for WiiU?

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OneTwoThree said:
Kyuubi Ricky SSJ2 said:
They should allow the Wii U to upscale old Wii games to 1080p. I've seen some Wii games in high resolution, Mario Galaxy is good enough to be a 360 game.

THIS is what they have to do. 


   I second this motion. Besides, what's the point of remaking these games when we already know that within 2 years of WiiU's launch, 80% of Wii's first party line-up that you would have wanted remakes for would already have proper WiiU sequels?



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Kind of going off what joecool7 I would like to see a namco museum type of game. Just replace namco with nintendo! Or even just continue the new play control series since the wii u will have new play control



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Joelcool7 said:

What you suggest and the OP suggests is not a simple higher resolution. It is a remake and a remake costs a lot of money and resources. 

I'm still not sure if that is really true, but seeing how I have no evidence, I'll stop questioning about it.

And thanks for your sharing your opinions. It's starting to make me think a little bit more about this topic.  



if their like the current hd remakes then it wont make a difference.



I'll take widescreen HD versions of Wind Waker, Twilight Princess, and Skyward Sword as preorder bonuses for the Wii U Zelda.

Same goes for the Metroid Prime Trilogy as a bonus for Wii U Metroid, and ditto the Gamecube/Wii Marios.



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Kinda too soon for Wii-HD remakes, but GCN-HD remakes are welcome.



    

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I would like to see Super Mario Sunshine for Wii U before any of this Wii stuff! But, in the end, I bet they will end up remaking old games in HD, just like they remake N64 games for the 3DS!



tolu619 said:
OneTwoThree said:
Kyuubi Ricky SSJ2 said:
They should allow the Wii U to upscale old Wii games to 1080p. I've seen some Wii games in high resolution, Mario Galaxy is good enough to be a 360 game.

THIS is what they have to do. 


   I second this motion. Besides, what's the point of remaking these games when we already know that within 2 years of WiiU's launch, 80% of Wii's first party line-up that you would have wanted remakes for would already have proper WiiU sequels?

this!! BC with higher res = the best

but is it possible?



As long as they don't remake anything 2 gens or more old (GC and older).



Certainly Mario Galaxy 2 should be re-released in HD. I would pay full price for that one in particular. I am not sure of any others though. Many games nowadays are the type that do better with updates; Monster Hunter for example, Tri will be outdated when Monster Hunter 4 comes out on 3DS, and that in turn will be outdated when 5 comes out on Wii U; no point in making Monster Hunter 3 in HD. Mario Galaxy 2 is a different story though, Mario Galaxy 3 (or whatever series they choose to make) will likely be very different on Wii U, and won't make MGalaxy 2 obsolete.



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