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If you honestly think modern games are done better then you have no clue what you are talking about.
By stating the games you like, you show your (terrible) tastes in gaming. If you'd said 'Last of Us' instead of Tomb Raider 2013 then I could've taken you more seriously. If a string of orgasm-sounds from a woman being in pain/tortured and a subsequent series of QTEs and FarCry-knockoff gameplay is what appeals to you then have at it.
I can already tell this thread might become hard to keep up with.
I'm looking for something interesting and original.
I agree with this. Nintendo has been riding the exact same handful of franchises for 30+ years. It's almost embarrassing. There's only so many times you can repackage Mario or Zelda before it gets tired... and I think most people have hit that point.
And let's not kid ourselves by saying that game reviews are trustworthy.Reviews are perfectly fine if one is an intelligent human being that can read and understand that different people have different point of views. The only reviews that are untrustworthy are exclusive reviews that come out while everyone else is still embargoed.
It trimmed most of the excess gunk (stuff like Combat mode and Survival) in exchange for time spent making it the only title in the series with multiplayer worth playing, rock solid core mechanics and the absolute best incarnation of the map edit mode for the series.
It's a multiplayer title first and foremost, to be honest.
And no, the series is dead because Nintendo couldn't sell Advance Wars in Japan no matter how much the US and Europe liked it (DoR even sold the best of the localised releases, despite never being released in Japan apart from being a throwaway Club Nintendo Title there) because it's not an RPG with some semblance of "strategy" gameplay thrown on top *cough*3DSFireEmblem*cough*.
Could you please elaborate, KaioShin?
Duke Nukem Forever - They should've just canceled it and did a different Duke game entirely.
Relevant stuff: Since you mentioned Konami, I can't help but wonder what they intend to do with Castlevania.