Richard Horsefield takes an analytical look at one of gaming’s most ignored aspects. You know, that part when the credits roll?
The next Super Smash Bros. will not arrive before the 2012 Apocalypse.
The Wii U has brought about something of a dichotomy. For some Nintendo fans, it is the company’s trademark innovation at its finest; for others, it is a disappointing, half-baked update. In this week’s Iliad-sized Friday Roundtable, Pascal, Martin, Sebastian, and Kyle discuss these thoughts and how they will affect the Wii U’s buoyancy.
Martin takes a look back at Nintendo’s E3 offerings and discusses what the Big N did right, and more importantly, what it did wrong.
Martin ponders the announced return of the Super Smash Bros. series and shares his thoughts on what Nintendo needs to do if it is to hit the ground running with a Wii U version of one of its flagship titles.
In the third part of our E3 countdown, Martin looks at Nintendo and discusses what he thinks we’ll be seeing at the show and Nintendo’s conference.