Top 5 Games that make Microsoft and Sony fans Wanting Nintendo to go Third-Party
It’s pretty clear at this point that a lot of Microsoft and Sony fans want Nintendo to go third-party. Even Jason Rubin, the former CEO of THQ said he wants Nintendo to go software only. I was going to write article why Nintendo won’t go third-party anytime soon, but that type of article has been beaten to death. So I figured I can write an article on the games that drive Microsoft and Sony fans to say Nintendo should go third-party. Here are the top five upcoming games I could think of.
5. Mario Kart 8
Mario Kart is basically unchallenged in its genre. LittleBigPlanet Karting and Avatar Karting tried to emulate the formula, but ultimately failed to provide the thrill Mario Kart offers. Mario Kart 8 sports stunning graphics, enhanced online multiplayer, deep Miiverse integration, and level design only the minds of Nintendo could make. After the unimaginative and bad tastes LBP Karting and Avatar Karting left in Sony and MS gamers systems, I think it’s safe to say many would rather have Mario Kart 8.
4. Zelda for Wii U
After Nintendo showed that real-time tech demo for Zelda on Wii U, many gamers instantly saw what the Wii U was capable of. The next Zelda game is going to be one of Nintendo’s biggest, most expensive games ever made. Nintendo has stated that they have learned from the Wind Waker HD and A Link Between Worlds for the next Zelda. The firm almost showed the game at E3 2013. The big reveal should be coming at E3 2014. Needless to say, a lot of gamers will be looking forward to it.
3. Bayonetta 2
Many Bayonetta fans were enraged when Nintendo announced that Bayonetta 2 would be a Wii U exclusive. In fact they were so mad, they sent death threats toward Platinum Games. Some even said they would kill themselves. It was so bad, MEGA64 even made video on it. Bayonetta 2 runs in 1080p 60fps, features co-op play, and amazing boss battles that is sure to revolutionize the action genre. Too bad many of the original fans of the first game will commit suicide before they buy a Wii U to play Bayonetta 2.
2. Super Smash Bros for Wii U
PlayStation fans were really excited when Sony revealed PlayStation All-Stars for the PS3 and Vita. The game seemed to offer just as much as Smash Bros, but with the enhanced power and online play of the PS3. However, the game might not have been as fleshed out as fans had hoped. As it was ignored by a large majority of PS3 users. The Legend of Dragoon character DLC was cancelled, and SuperBot went through massive layoffs as the game stumbled at retail. Super Smash Bros is a game many Sony and Microsoft fans want, some just don’t want to buy a whole system for it.
1. Monolith Soft’s X
Monolith Soft’s X could be Nintendo’s most ambitious project ever made. The game features large mechs, online co-op, ground combat, and one of the best RPG battle systems ever made. Monolith Soft’s X is made by the masterminds behind so many of the great Final Fantasy games of Square Enix’s heyday. Xenoblade Chronicles was a massive success, basically selling every copy printed. It was also the highest rated JRPG of last generation. Obviously the continuation of the franchise is highly anticipated by millions of gamers.
This list of games gets a lot of Microsoft and Sony fans salty. Just look at all these idiots on VG247 complaining, accusing Nintendo of forcing changes to Bayonetta 2. But it goes both ways. There are a lot of games that are coming to the PS4 and Xbox One that Nintendo fans want. I can’t go one day posting an article on this site where some people aren’t complaining there isn’t a Wii U version of some game. Either way, the moral of the story is to save up for all of them if you truly want to play all the best games. You get one life, make the most of it as a gamer.More From Playeressence Check out Playeressence Pikmin 3 Proves to be Square Enix is in deep
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