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  1. I'm sure lots of us have played the oh-so popular Nintendo crossover fighter, Super Smash Bros., in some way shape or form. And, I'd like to ask, if you have, which installment of the series is your favorite? My personal favorite is the newest release, Smash 4 for Wii U and 3DS. Which is your favorite (and if you say Super Smash Flash, I'll virtually smash you )
  2. Hello there, inkling and welcome to the Splatoon fan club! Splatoon is a third-person shooter originally developed and published by Nintendo in May 2015 for the Wii U (Japan: 28th May 2015, North America and Europe: 29th May 2015 and Australia/New Zealand on 30th May 2015). The game is about characters known as Inklings; which are human-squid hybrids that can hide or swim through ink. The game features several modes, including 4v4 online multiplayer and a single player campaign. The game came out to critical acclaim when it initially released, with many critics praising the game for its style, gameplay and mechanics. Many critics were also surprised at Nintendo for deciding to enter the shooter genre. Splatoon would later receive a sequel on the Nintendo Switch with a worldwide release on July 21st, 2017. Likely due in part to the overwhelming success of the Switch, Splatoon 2 sold over 6 million units. Making it the fourth best selling game on the console. The sequel is identical to is predecessor, however it does contain some new modes, like the popular Salmon Run and the Octo Expansion, which you can purchase from the Nintendo eShop. -------------------------- This thread was created for fans of the Splatoon games to meet fellow fans, discuss the game, share fan art and theories and share tips and tricks. Discussion about anything to do with Splatoon and its sequel are welcome, spoilers included. If you are lurking this thread and have questions about the game, you are also welcome and I'll answer any questions you might have about the game. I'm not sure if I posted this in the right section, but enjoy!
  3. So, if you're watching the E3 Nintendo treehouse Live today, you probably have an opinion on the new Zelda game, Breath of the wind. Share your thoughts here, do you like it? Does it look good/bad?
  4. Woo! I finally own a Wii U! ^.^ I got the Super Mario Maker bundle and this game is absolutely wonderful. I don't have anything unlocked at this point but I am already loving it so much. :3 It is a dream 2D Mario game. The potential of this game is boggling my brain. Anyone else have it? If so, we can discuss the game and even share levels! Share some of your own level codes or codes of levels that you really enjoy! This can be a 'masterthread' of sorts, indeedly. I do not have any decent levels made just yet though. Kinda surprised I could not find a thread for this, but hey, here it be now!
  5. I'm surprised there hasn't been an active thread for this game. This is the newest IP by Nintendo I wasn't expecting much from then bought it on impulse and...it turns out to be really good! There's a single player campaign mode and an online multiplayer mode that has a few options: Ranked, unranked (local) and unranked (online). Unranked online is called Turf Wars, where you get to play for three minutes where if the team has the most pixels marked, they win. Ranked has a few modes and if you keep on winning those, your rank goes up. Lose, and your rank can go down. In Multiplayer, you have a whole array of weapon types you can purchase at the game's weapon shop. There are five primary weapon types, with 25 weapon variants that have their own properties. Clothing gives you innate bonuses that you can level up. The more expensive the clothing, the more slots it has. Clothing is limited to hats, shirts and shoes. There's a lot to do in this game. And remember, stay fresh!
  6. We seriously don't have a topic over this? I'm shocked! So here's one! Certain aspects of this game may not be up to par (that character roster!), but I do have to say everything else is pretty much amazing! Surely I'm not the only one here playing this?! If you have a NNID and are playing Mario Kart 8, you should post and become friends with other members! I will try to keep this topic updated. Form: Forum Username - Nintendo Network ID Envy - WoodwindsRock Evil Derpy - Evil_Conker Steve - STVH1295 Felix - XSilver Bojo - elBojo Biznis Kitty - EldinRanger Gernia - FaloRoy010203 Jamaican Jam - Resolute_Blue Mars Caramel - Sherwood_McCloud AppleDerpy20 - AppleDerpy20 RockinRarity - SillySallyBanana Mixbeat - Yosukex3 ErBoi - ErikB314 Forlong -Thunderflare Geek0zoid - Geek0zoid Nick1925 - Fade xViZZioNz Soullite - Soullite
  7. So the new Animal Crossing spin off has been released, Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival and it has released to harsh critical and user reviews. The whole game centers around using Animal Crossing Amiibo figures to play a sort of board game that screams bare min mum and it just isn't fun. Having played it, I can safely say that this criticism is well deserved as it takes such a wonderful IP like Animal Crossing and destroys all that was fun about those games to begin with. The only good thing about the game is that it has the presentation down like a science. It looks very much like Animal Crossing. However, the whole purpose of this game is to sell Amiibos and if I recall, this is the first game to require these figures to play the game. At the very least, the figures themselves look very nice and are neat to get if you are an AC fan, but the game, I suggest staying away from it. What are your thoughts on this game?
  8. Wii U: kings0mbra That's right ladies and gents. I will invite you all, to play Super Smash Bros. Wii U with me. Anybody can challenge me. Friends, Foes, unknowns, etc. I will all play against you with pleasure.
  9. This is the second entry in a series called "Super Mario Maker Level Collection" (more info in Super Mario Maker Level Collection #1) Here are three more levels I made! (Use the "Course ID" to play them if you have the game!" 1. "Boss Fights" Style: Super Mario World Theme: Castle Amiibo Costumes: No Sound Effects: Yes (1) Course ID: 9DE9 0000 0024 93D0 2. "Castle Stage (Hard)" Style: Super Mario World Theme: Castle Amiibo Costumes: No Sound Effects: No Course ID: B0B4 0000 001D 6AD0 3. "Might be Possible" Style: Super Mario World Theme: Ground Amiibo Costumes: No Sound Effects: No Course ID: 5CF2 0000 001C 98BA
  10. http://www.ign.com/articles/2015/07/21/project-cars-cancelled-on-wii-u Well, it is official. Project Cars, the crowd-funded racing simulation game has been cancelled for the Wii U, apparently due to a rough development cycle and not being able to get the game to run to the 'standards' of developer Slightly Mad Studios. It apparently was running poorly with even some graphical downgrades. Now, this has actually angered me. I do not own a Wii U, but during the game's Kickstarter campaign, a Wii U version was one of the promised versions to be made if funding was successful. Many backers were wanting a Wii U version. Now, instead of just downgrading it to the point of it running, instead they cancel it and now a sequel to Project Cars has already been announced, it was announced a mere month or two after the first game's release. Some might say that the Wii U version would have been butchered if more downgrades would have happened, but a good racing game could still have been made. If they at least made it the quality of Forza 4 that was on the Xbox 360, it still would have been a fine racing title, but instead they just cancelled altogether. What are your thoughts on this?
  11. I've been a Wii U owner since February 2013, so I'm an early adopter. and i must say i do love the condole in spite of its flaws and poor sales. I feel like Wii U is great as a dedicated gaming platform. it now has the "quality over quantity" motto that the N64 did. The Wii U might have terrible multiplats support but no doubt it has the highest quality exclusives of the generation. Games like Bayonetta 2, Pikmin 3, Captain Toad, Duper Mario 3D World are amongst the best games i've ever played. The gamepad is pretty nifty. Off TV Play is a great feature and the display is great although i do wish the battery life was a little better. I like the OS/UI too. Clean,simple, and to the point. with Wii backwards compatibility and NES, SNES, N64, GBA, and DS VC, Wii U is the closest thing to the ultimate Nintendo box.
  12. So yeah I've seen these homebrews called Nintendont and Devolution that play Gamecube ISOs on the Wii U. They do not however, play the disc natively. You have to load it from USB or SD card. Wii = Gamecube Wii U = Wii So surely... Wii U = Gamecube Pretty sure those programs take advantage of the Wii U having everything necessary to boot Gamecube games... is that true? So I guess the setback is that the disc drive won't read MiniDVDs. Maybe the console's drive could be changed to accept Gamecube discs? Or an adapter that goes into the USB port on the Wii U? MiniDVD reading + Gamecube hardware + Gamecube controller adapters = Gamecube back compatibility on Wii U! :D And of course, my cousin and I give our humblest respects to Satoru Iwata... <
  13. So who here has heard of Splatoon? You have of course, or else you wouldn't be here. Anypony here who happens to be a fan, whether you've played the game or not want to play it, can post all things Splatoon here till your hearts content. Obligatory fan rules are obligatory (No trolling/spamming, stay relevant, remain TV-14,etc) Now with that out of the way, let's get to splatting!
  14. I wasn't sure where to put this, so I put it in the lounge. I'm looking for people to smash with, or even just to have on my friends list on Wii U! My ID: IcyWater8000
  15. So I'm really anticipating the new Wii U game coming out called Splatoon. I think the concept of Splatoon is really neat where you use colored paint to mark territory. I think it's very interesting and cool and I really want to play that. I usually don't care for shooter games but this one catches my eye. This is my most anticipated game at the moment. It comes out May 29th which is the same day I graduate from High School. So this will probably be a great game to play over the summer.
  16. This is just stupid. You mean to tell me that just because a 1st party exclusive game doesn't come to other systems, that a MULTI-PLATFORM game doesn't come to Wii U because of that and that alone? Darn you Ed Boon and the messed up reason you have for MKX not on Wii U. I mean come on! He could've given a better reason than that BS. What do you guys think?
  17. So there is a new game coming out to the Wii U and 3DS later this year in September called Rodea the Sky Soldier by Kadokawa Shoten and NIS America. This game already came out in Japan last month. Now this game is designed by Yuji Naka who used to work for Sega and he programmed the famous Sonic the Hedgehog games and Nights into Dreams. This game looks interesting because it seems to be a mix of platforming elements and flying elements and the gameplay feels very similar to Nights into Dreams. Of course I haven't played it yet but it seems like a game I would really like. However I predict that this game may become rare and valuable in the future so just in case I want to pick it up as soon as I can because it seems like a really interesting game.
  18. Does anypony have a Wii U, if so what's you Nintendo Network ID? Mine's YoutubeJmaster49.
  19. We may not be the "master race", but we all know that Nintendo is pretty awesome. This thread is devoted to the Big N and all of it's glory. If the discussion is about Nintendo, debates about which game series is best, timelines (looking at you Zelda), ideas for reboots, new dlcs, etc. it is welcome here. Is it just me or does Nintendo have a lot of series? Like seriously some of these need to come back instead of Mario, Zelda, and Pokemon...
  20. With the recent announcement of Wii games being available for purchase at the Wii U eShop at yesterday's Nintendo Direct, fans have been feverishly thinking about what games they'd want to see get another release(and/or your like me wondering why they still can't get GC and N64 games on there, as well as DS games like they announced earlier). And while there's plenty of games on the system that should get another shot, seeing the Metroid Prime Trilogy coming soon made me think that it'd be the perfect opportunity for them to release games that either never got a chance here or are ridiculously expensive to get 10) Xenoblade Chronicles One of the 3 games that was part of Operation Rainfall, a movement meant to convince NoA to localize 3 certain JRPGs, and often considered one of the best RPGs of last gen(or at least best JRPG), Xenoblade Chronicles was only released in North America at Gamestops and is often hard to get without having to pay an organ for it. It'd be understandable if they didn't release it now since the New 3DS port of it is on it's way, but it'd be great to see it appear down the line for those who want to experience it on the console once Xenoblade Chronicles X rolls along 9) Last Story The second game of the Operation Rainfall trilogy and the latest console game created by the father of Final Fantasy Hironobu Sakaguchi. While it's not as ridiculously expensive a few other games on this list(about $30 for a used copy at Gamestop), it's still a relatively hard to find game, but it's a fun one 8) Pandora's Tower The 3rd game of the Operation Rainfall trio, and the least successful of the 3. I never got a chance to play it, and I'm still having trouble finding a copy, so all the more reason to put it here 7) Madworld This game's actually pretty cheap($10 new, $3 used at Gamestop), but good luck finding it. Madworld is a gloriously violent and incredibly fun game by Platinum Studios, but is unfortunately one of the Wii's many overlooked gems. With Nintendo's recent works with Platinum like Wonderful 101 and Bayonetta 2, seeing this on the eShop is only fitting 6) Captain Rainbow This is where the rereleases can really shine, releasing titles that never left Japan's shores Captain Rainbow has a small cult following on the internet and is one of many Japanese Wii titles that many people want to see. Judging from some of the videos and screenshots I've seen, I have no fucking clue what it's supposed to be about, which is probably what I want to see it more 5) Fatal Frame IV/Fatal Frame 2 Remake For some reason, after Nintendo received the rights to the Fatal Frame franchise, they've been held hostage in Japan. If they want to see if a market exists in the west(it probably does), it would be a good time to give the game a western release in time for Fatal Frame V(which I hope also releases in the US) 4) Disaster Day of Crisis An action-adventure game by Monolith Soft, the creators of Xenoblade, was released in just about everywhere but the US for some unknown reason. I remember being very excited for this game when I first heard about it and saw, so hearing that it wasn't going to be localized in the US was pretty soulcrushing 3) Zack&Wiki's Island Adventure Much like Madworld, it's pretty cheap, but much like that, it's also hard to find 2) Klonoa Klonoa is awesome. This game and this series deserves more love 1) Fire Emblem Radiant Dawn The sequel to the beloved Gamecube title, Path of Radiance. From what I've heard, it's the least successful titles in the series commercially. This along with the demand so high(especially after the surge of popularity the series recently got from Awakening) makes it one of the most difficult to get game in the series and on the system its on. I'm pretty sure a lot of people would prefer to get the game for $10-20 at the eShop as opposed to some of the ridiculous prices I've seen it go for I'm aware that there are tons of games I probably missed that people would undoubtedly like to see(like DBZ Budokai Tenkaichi 3, which I've seen go up for $160 for some unholy). If you want, share your opinions on what you'd like to see come back on the eShop
  21. Well, we are eleven days into 2015, and instead of beginning my 2015 adventures with something new, I'm falling back on something I still have yet to do from last year. In November, I reviewed the first Bayonetta game, and I found myself enjoying it quite a bit. Now, we move on to it's Wii U exclusive sequel, Bayonetta 2. This is going to be a pretty quick review, as there's plenty of familiar territory to be found. Nevertheless, here is my review on Bayonetta 2! If you guys enjoyed this video, I'd appreciate it if you left a like on the video page. It really helps me out
  22. I'm pretty sure a lot of you know about the over-two-week-old Sonic Boom debacle. If you're a Sonic fan, a Wii U owner, or even a gamer on these forums, I'm sure you've at least heard about it. This is all over one game; Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric for the Nintendo Wii U. This game has suffered a MAJOR backlash, with SEGA not giving out review copies, fans showing off glitches and bugs, etc. But, how truly bad is this game? Does it deserve this backlash? Let's attempt to answer that question... If you liked the video, please support me by leaving a like or commenting. It really helps
  23. It's getting to the end of the year, which means I'll have about four reviews left to put out, and they are all game reviews. Today's review is one I didn't even see coming myself; Platinum Games' Bayonetta for the Wii U, Xbox 360, and Playstation 3. Please let me know what you think, and leave a like on the video if you enjoyed it! It really helps out.
  24. Nintendo could face the same backlash that Micorsoft did with that DRM announcement with the XboxOne, granted they did change their policy but it was still something that could have been avoided. Maybe what is being "agreed" to isn't bad but it is going to come off to a lot of people as a dick move which makes this a really stupid decision on their part. As a longtime Nintendo fan myself this really makes me wonder what the hell they are thinking? http://www.gamnesia.com/news/nintendo-will-lock-your-wii-u-if-you-dont-agree-to-the-new-license-agreemen#.VEKfVvl4r4E
  25. Characters have always been one of the biggest things in Super Smash Bros, and with the Wii U version coming right around the corner, I figured it was time to look back at all of the characters we’ve seen in this series, more specifically, the newcomers of each game. What qualifies as a newcomer is a new character whose been added to the series roster whether as a hidden character or the starting roster. Since this is about newcomers, this list won’t include the first 8 original Smash characters(Mario, Donkey Kong, Link, Samus, Yoshi, Kirby, Fox and Pikachu.), but I will count the secret characters in Smash 64, and most of the characters here are there for their impact, whether it be for Smash or for Nintendo in general. Now, without further ado 5) Mr Game and Watch There’s a really irresistible charm about Mr Game&Watch, whether it be his bizarre fighting style or his general goofiness. But in all Mr Game and Watch was the character that started a trend of weird characters appearing within each game(otherwise known as WTF characters in the Smash Bros fandom), with other characters like ROB, Wii Fit Trainer, and Duck Hunt Dog joining Mr. G&W. While some may argue that Ness was the first WTF character to his obscurity, but Mr. G&W was the true leader in weirdness….speaking of Ness… 4) Ness and Lucas(Earthbound and Mother 3) Included both Ness and Lucas since they’re both here for pretty much the same reason. To put it simply, Ness and Lucas’s appearances in Super Smash Bros is one of the biggest contributors to the Mother series’ popularity in the US. Before SSB64, hardly anyone knew what the Mother series or Earthbound was, come Ness’s appearance in Super Smash Bros and BAM, everyone is suddenly interested, with the series exploding in internet popularity, prices of the game skyrocketing, fan translations of the first and 3rd games, and constant petitioning of Nintendo to bring the series to America. 3) Pit(Kid Icarus) Even before Super Smash Bros, Kid Icarus was a pretty popular game(with a solid sequel on the Game Boy) among the Nintendo fanbase, and a game that fans pretty much begged a sequel too. Seeing his inclusion in Brawl brought a lot of happiness to KI fans, even with his design being drastically different from past appearances(cartoon angel to anime pretty boy), and his inclusion must’ve been really well received, as Nintendo finally released another sequel on the 3DS, Kid Icarus Uprising, which was led by Sakurai himself, with Pit sporting a new look. Thankfully the game was well received and sold well, which helped build its popularity(even if Sakurai shows disturbing bias for the series in Smash 4) 2) Snake(Metal Gear Solid) This list could consist mostly of the 3rd party characters since they’re well… 3rd party characters, but if you asked me which one was the best, surprising, most important 3rd party character in Smash, my vote would go to Snake, and no that’s not my MGS fanboyism kicking in. Here’s a brief history lesson: Hideo Kojima and his son Kojima Jr. are playing Smash 64 on a nice day, Kojima Jr asks why isn’t his character in it, and since Kojima is an awesome dad, he goes to Sakurai(whom he’s friends with btw) and asks his if he can put Snake in Melee, Sakurai says ok, realizes that Melee is too far into development, so he says “meh, I’ll put him in the next game” and the rest is history. Whatever your opinion on his inclusion is, you can’t deny that his inclusion had a huge impact on the series. We probably would have never gotten Sonic, Megaman, or Pacman without Snake, and I'm personally happy for it...even if it means we'll now have to deal with Sonic fanboys begging for the entire Sonic roster 1)Marth and Roy(Fire Emblem and Fire Emblem Sword of Seals) Taking the number one spots are two characters that were originally intended as Japan exclusive characters(which I’m glad didn’t happen since Japan exclusivity sucks balls). Marth and Roy were main characters in one of Nintendo’s older franchises and formerly Japan-exclusive, Fire Emblem, specifically the first game and Sword of Seals respectively. No one knew who either of these characters were, but their appearances were insanely well received in America, that Nintendo decided to release Fire Emblem Blazing Swords, the first Fire Emblem to reach America. The game sold very well and received critical acclaim. Every Fire Emblem game since then has been released internationally and continues to do well, and I’m very glad for that. I’d hate to think of a world where Fire Emblem Awakening was only released in Japan, since that’s probably one of the best games I’ve played in a long time. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ I'll probably make a top 5 worst newcomers list sometime in the future depending on my mood, though I'm less inclined to make one since no.1 is probably going to be Dark Pit