Today we hear your thoughts on who should help develop the new Star Fox game for the Wii U. In addition, we ask your thoughts on how much you would be willing to pay for Captain Toad Treasure Tracker.
The Score: Episode 56
The Score: What Would You Pay for Captain Toad Treasure Tracker?
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Last week, we asked you…
The Score: Who Should Develop The New Wii U Starfox Game?
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Our Favorite Responses
Factor Five needs to get the band back together.
Shin’en or Platinum?
This is the question.
But, in my opinion, Platinum is a better choise, cause:
1: Shin’en refuse;
2: We all need the Platinum crazy gameplay to Starfox.
Platinum does amazing work in high action games. Star Fox is probably the best fit for that bill.
It would be great with Platinum’s work. If not, Shin’em.
Did an outside company help with 64 3D? If so, them. If not, I don’t really know.
Yes! Platinum! Bayonetta seems amazing!
I personal think that Nintendo and platinum are in talks or are almost finished on a deal. Platinum said they would love to work on a Starfox game, Nintendo said they are looking for a partner, and they seem to be in very friendly terms right now.
I agree that Platinum Games would be a cool choice (especially if Hideki Kamiya leads the project). However, if Nintendo doesn’t go that route, they should consider either Treasure (Sin & Punishment series was essentially Star Fox on foot done right) or Shin’en Multimedia (Nanostray series, Nano Assault series, FAST). Let’s not forget that Nintendo second party Monster Games (ExciteTruck, PilotWings Resort) would also make a nice choice as well and all 3 of those studios have a very close relationship with the Big N. If Nintendo chooses any one of those 4, I’m completely sold on the next Star Fox.
Almost forgot, let’s not count out Q-Games who worked on the criminally underrated Star Fox Command as well as X-Scape (DSiWare) and Star Fox 64 3D. All 3 were good games and they already have the experience. Anyway you slice it, Nintendo has plenty of choices.
I’m pretty sure at E3 he said he was looking for a publisher, and even a development “partner” would not be developing the game alone. Nintendo EAD will almost definitely be closely involved either way. This seems like a reach for a poll question.
I agree, platinum. They asked for it, and I think they deserve it
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