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Bofferbrauer2 said:

Nintendo + Sega: A Shining Force vs Fire Emblem strategy game

A Nintendo vs Capcom title

Also, a new Itadaki Street on the Switch. It's been almost 10 years now.

That reminds me that I would love a remaster of Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars.  I dont think it got enough love on the Wii.



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V-r0cK said:
Bofferbrauer2 said:

Nintendo + Sega: A Shining Force vs Fire Emblem strategy game

A Nintendo vs Capcom title

Also, a new Itadaki Street on the Switch. It's been almost 10 years now.

That reminds me that I would love a remaster of Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars.  I dont think it got enough love on the Wii.

Love that game. But I doubt they're going to make the effort again to get all the IP holders outside of Japan into the boat again, so that game would probably be Japan-only this time around.



Bofferbrauer2 said:
V-r0cK said:

That reminds me that I would love a remaster of Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars.  I dont think it got enough love on the Wii.

Love that game. But I doubt they're going to make the effort again to get all the IP holders outside of Japan into the boat again, so that game would probably be Japan-only this time around.

I was thinking about that game last night. It would probably  be a bigger licensing nightmare than GoldenEye 64 at this point, and it was honestly a miracle that we ever got the game in the West at all.

However, if they did remake or re-release it as "Japan-only", all they'd have to do is throw in different language options for all menus so us Westerners could get it with our Japanese eShop accounts. The Wii games only feature Japanese voice tracks and didn't even bother to subtitle them for other languages.



curl-6 said:
CaptainExplosion said:

But for that they'd have to prove they can do a futuristic racing game. Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed already proves they can do Diddy Kong Racing (and since they're a UK dev they have access to David Wise, the original composer).

I wish I knew which third-party devs out there were qualified to bring back Custom Robo, Chibi-Robo, and the NES light gun games. They've been stuck with being just single generation games for years now. -_-

While they'd probably be a better fit for Diddy Kong, I'd have faith in them to do F-Zero justice; they may not have done a futuristic racer before but they clearly understand what it is that makes an arcadey racing game fun.

Indeed they do, Team Sonic Racing notwithstanding (Fuck you, whoever chose to replace Cream the Rabbit with a bunch of Chao).

I'd like to see another Wario game in the style of WarioWorld, but I don't know what's become of Treasure as of late, or who else can do a game like it.



CaptainExplosion said:
curl-6 said:

While they'd probably be a better fit for Diddy Kong, I'd have faith in them to do F-Zero justice; they may not have done a futuristic racer before but they clearly understand what it is that makes an arcadey racing game fun.

Indeed they do, Team Sonic Racing notwithstanding (Fuck you, whoever chose to replace Cream the Rabbit with a bunch of Chao).

I'd like to see another Wario game in the style of WarioWorld, but I don't know what's become of Treasure as of late, or who else can do a game like it.

While not up to the bar set by the first two Sonic Racing games, I still thought Team Sonic Racing was a good game, just nothing really special.



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I'd like to see whoever could make a modern day Ice Climber in the style of this student project I found.



Fatal Frame 6, since Nintendo and Tecmo Koei both own a share of the IP.



Bet with Liquidlaser: I say PS5 and Xbox Series will sell more than 56 million combined by the end of 2023.

A surreal collaboration just crossed my mind and now I need it to exist, even if just for the laughs: Nintendo ft. Microsoft ft. Sony. The result? Minecraft Labo: The Last of Toy-Cons, a cardboard kit of blocky guns that would include a game settled in a post-apocalyptic blocky world with Ellie and Alex as main characters.

The funny part is that a real Labo kit based on Minecraft wouldn't be 100% impossible (only 99.9% or so) and might actually have a bigger audience than the previous kits.


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Not mixed with The Last of Us, obviously, but I really think Minecraft Labo would be a very good concept.

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