- Feb 1, 2011
This might be why thy they chose not to do an E3 press conference: they didn't have much new to announce.
I'd give it a B+. Sure, we KNEW about a lot of stuff beforehand (new Smash Bros, 3D Mario, Mario Kart, Bayonetta 2, etc) but they STILL had more content game-wise then pretty much all the other pressers combined. Furthermore we got specifics on those titles and so far they're looking GREAT.Dragonbums said:I agree. It wasn't spectacular, but it wasn't a crushing blow to them either. I'm not worried either way. Most people usually get two consoles per generation anyway. Since Microsoft botched their entire console race it's either WiiU or PS4. Both of which are at a fairly decent price.
One has to laugh though at the fact that EA really screwed up their relationship with Nintendo. Notice that despite claims that they are now working with them again, they didn't even get a spot on their Nintendo Direct. Not even a mention of them on their website.
That's what they get for blasting company's product on Twitter without even knowing if the Xbone was going to take off.
But did you expect Wii Fit Trainer to kick some Yoga ass?Daystar Clarion said:Would you believe me if I kind of said I was?DaKiller said:
I fully expected him to show up in Brawl
Considering Nintendo's development cycle on the large console level Zelda games, people expecting a new Zelda title are expecting too much too early.spartandude said:i mean seriously it was just... there no new Zelda game, i mean yeah im excited for windwaker hd but wheres our new one?