At 11/10/07 04:48 PM, Centurion-Ryan wrote:
1. Remake the same game only with better graphics and maybe one new feature
Most games do that, they are called SEQUELS, SE-Q-UELS. Would you like to get used to one storyline just to have to learn another?
2. All your successful games must be Mario, Zelda or Metroid
Pokemon is pretty popular, StarFox is good, Pikmin was nice, Wii Sports won awards, Warioware is good for parties, the list is endless. Now, unless there was a cheat to jump on your opponent's Pikachu, or to wear a green suit and hit tennis balls with a sword, then those games were successful games without being a Mario, Zelda or Metroid game...
3. Use the same hardware for every console
Check here and here...
4. All your games must be praised despite their mediocrity
You complain that Nintendo do it when EVERYONE does it. Everyone's game is praised despite thier mediocrity, tell me one person who reviewed Halo 3 fairly and gave a good mark...
5. Use the same engine for every installment of every franchise
By now you probably realised (By the fact everyone has told you,) that this is basically number one, but I will still complain. You got it all wrong. I don't think Mario Galaxy is a 2D platformer, it's 3D, it's an adventure, and the gravity is nothing like Super Mario Bros.