Entirely agree. I was confident that Nintendo from Weiweismart's blog

And trying have a character with a sense that suits into Smash is a whole lot harder than you are making it out. It's not just about Animal Crossing New Horizons Items the move set not being complicated, in regards to the character sense like they belong to this smash-ified world, while nevertheless being recognizably that personality. Perhaps this can be a more vague idea than I can get across, so let me try using an example. You ever noticed gameplay for PlayStation All-Stars? While all of the characters in that game are recognizably these characters, the way they move in the game, the way they fight, how they play off of each other, just... does not really do the job. Something about it always seems, and doesn't quite feel as a cohesive game. And that is what I'm talking about; making a balance at which a character is recognizably nevertheless the personality they are, while also making them feel"right" in the context of a party fighting game like this.

Regardless of if you agree or not, Sakurai clearly didn't feel like he would pull off that balance in Brawl and Smash 4 together with Ridley, but was completely conscious of his value (hence his standing a supervisor ). Maybe something changed, or perhaps only Sakurai thought about it a little tougher, but he did come around to finding that right balance for Ultimate.People are just tired of Ninteno's increasing failure to deliver. Their Immediate announcements have been yawnworthy. Switch is SUCH a cool platform but it feels underutilized due to their important IP. The biggest slap in the face to everyone is purchasing this particular system, and 4 decades later still no mention of half of the major IP. Lots of little indie games and unique Japanese ports. Remakes of games no one asked for, without a remakes of those people are requesting for. They just seem utterly deaf to their fanbase, and not only that, HOSTILE for their fanbase in several ways (shutting down fan mods of games, DMCAing youtubers, the crush controversy, etc etc).

It's just difficult to plenty of individuals to see one of their favourite sport businesses languish like this, myself included. It seems just like you're cheated buying this system and hardly any significant franchise/AAA titles are published on it.

I agree. Can it be Iwata dying? Reggie leaving? Or just a general change in company attitude? It's really disappointing. I am not actually into Xbox and PS, I've been a Nintendo fan girl. I love their IPs and quirkiness. I used to love the way they appeared to care more about creating fun games rather than only money. It just feels like the spark has gone. I am hoping it comes backagain. .

Entirely agree. I was confident that Nintendo would understand the expectations which could come with announcing a 50 minute general direct rather than using the"miniature" qualifier or even just doing several of these announcements via twitter like they've been doing for the past year. They sincerely seem to think that direct was worth the entire year + wait and we haven't gotten any info on important franchises like you said, and finally got a 2022 date for a sequel to a game which really doesn't need you. Splatoon 2 felt more like a growth than worthy of buy Animal Crossing Items being a full fledged sequel, but figured they would do what they do with Smash and kart and release one per console, but now they are just giving us a different one that most probably won't be all that different and likely could have been served as a growth than a full on sequel. Not even a remaster announcement that people have been claiming has been arriving for like 3 decades now I believe.

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