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Dammit, I knew I should've downloaded it before it was taken down. Fan can't help it if his remake was better than big N's last what, 2-4 Metroid games (including that Metroid/LEGO Bionicle buttbaby in the works?).
The making of Chrono Trigger is a good example; Square and Enix don't seem to have wasted much time, they just called each other one day and said "what would happen if we got our teams together for a game making party?"
Weren't there 2 or 3 years of pre-production agreements before the development of the game started, though?
But we are already releasing a Metroid game! I dont get what our audience wants!It is a general belief that Nintendo cares way more about the japanese market over the international one, with only looking at the international market if a brand is popular on both sides. And it seems Metroid isnt that popular over Japan.
Gotta love fans. If a company doesn't upgrade their graphics to 3d, fans complain that the company is old, outdated, and the games are unattractive. If they do upgrade to 3d, the fans call the company a liar. =D
im not sure what does that have to do with anything i siad. can you clarify?
A quote would be nice.
The smart thing they should have done is team up with Doctor M64 and make a official release of his game for their eShop store for both the Wii U and 3DS
The belief that certain big companies in Japan care more for their "home" fanbase than overseas is usually more like a general breakdown in communication. They have people observing and it's evident in parts, but somehow or another the information doesn't make it's way to the higher-ups all the time. Square-Enix is another example of this, maybe one that's even more evident depending on how you look at it.I only remember what I read by now, not specific enough to make up a quote. It's kinda old-ish in Internet time but I'll try to track it down.
I heard that Nintendo don't have much of a presence in the country the Metroid 2 Remake developer lives in, so he's ignoring their DMCA takedown. He just released a update of his fangame too.
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