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  • JarkayColt - December 7, 2012 11:18 a.m.

    Wow, nice job on the archive-raiding here; Nintendo really does need to bring some of these back. Personally I would really love to see another Custom Robo, I have the DS version and it was fun as hell (if a little flawed, but those flaws were mostly forgivable). I mean, if anything, I'd have just liked it in nice shiny graphics with a more realised overworld, which I'd be confident the Wii U could pull off. Also, big yes on more Earthbound. I thought it'd be cool if maybe Game Freak had a shot at doing a remake of it, because of it's similarities to Pokémon and their legacy of awesome sprite graphics. However I would seriously not recommend the revival of the original Mother because you really aren't missing anything if you played Earthbound. Mother is literally the same game, just more rudimentary. Seriously, Mother 3 is the one you want.
  • KillerT0fu - December 7, 2012 10:58 a.m.

    Advance Wars would be a perfect game to utilize 2 GamePads. Full war map with shared fog-of-war visuals on the big screen, along with all the battle animations. And team specific war maps and controls all on the screen in your hands. I think I remember hearing Nintendo would start selling stand alone GamePads some time next year, and that the Wii U is capable of using two at once. Hopefully I remember hearing that right, and we can see something like that!
  • CitizenWolfie - December 7, 2012 10:46 a.m.

    I could go for some Hotel Dusk. They could go a couple of ways with it as well - Proper, old school point 'n' click with HD, hand-drawn backgrounds to explore via the Gamepad OR: Full 3D graphics with gameplay similar to Telltale's adventure games. I wouldn't mind a return to the Super Mario World universe in a 2D platform game. None of this 3D rendered "NSMB" business, sprites all the way. Otherwise I'm really only holding out for Zelda Wii U.
  • lilspooky - December 7, 2012 10:27 a.m.

    Nintendo should release a digital version of Nintendo Power for the WiiU gamepad.

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