Damn. I'll just leave it there to shame myself.
Wow. I mean, yeah, I know that the Color TV Game 6 came out in 1977, but would I have massively overthought it and figured that HQ wouldn’t have known that? I guess I’ll never know what I’d have done. (Probably would have gone out on question 11, anyway.)
1. Yeah, I do think that BoxBoy (and the Joker release for Smash) is the April game. That said, May is wide open, and the rumor about Metroid Prime Trilogy is that it’s done and just waiting for a slot, and I could see why they’d maybe hold that back from the Direct, so maybe that’s it.
2. From a financials…
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I don’t know if it’s the “best,” but nobody else is going to say Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture, so I will.
Ridiculous. How could such a game ever be considered art? What a monstrously bad opinion.
Mario Party 4 is art.
I do cryptic crosswords. But not regular crosswords.
Oh, interesting. I met Genyo Takeda, who taught Miyamoto game design, for about two seconds at DICE last year. So while I “met” him, I’ve never had the chance to sit down and interview him, so he’d probably be my pick.
I’m surprised Gorogoa didn’t catch on a little more than it did.
1. Japanese curry!
2. High. WSJ says it’s happening, and it’s also the right timing. This is right around when we saw the DS Lite.
Either way, whatever issues there were have clearly been resolved, as it came to Wii U and SNES Classic. Weirdly, Mother 2 wasn’t on the Super Famicom Classic, which indicates that the U.S. branch of Nintendo specifically put it on the Classic, knowing it’s a big draw here.
They’re very popular games and owned outright by Nintendo, so I can’t imagine it’ll be much of a wait. My only question about the Mother series is what they plan to do with it. If I were Nintendo, I’d do a full-on three-game collection for Switch with bonus features that lives outside of the subscription service.
It is a really, really beautiful game. Clever battle gameplay, touching storyline, amazing looks and music. That’s why it’s so tragic that it didn’t make it over — if it was released today it would win Game of the Year awards. It’s a masterpiece.
See, Schreier told me I should give away the answer in the text, but clearly this proves I was right to just leave it unexplained.
Yeah, all that shit with the prism and the torch and the tree and the nut and the pot... I was just following the FAQ, I was thinking, how the hell would you piece this all together just from clues in the game? Maybe it’s possible but it seems ridiculously difficult.
Well, it’s actually available in the Genesis Classics collection I referenced - but I agree, I’d much rather have an upgraded version like this. Maybe someday!
Switch is region-free, get that Japan account set up!
Exactly my feelings! I like that now I have first-hand experience with Phantasy Star but didn’t have to spend 100 hours grinding it out step by painful step.