And Pikmin/Wonderful 101 remain nowhere to be found.
Ugh, great. We get to sit through trailers of this, and probably Pikmin 3 and Wonderful101 at E3 again.
What if they are taking the time to make changes to the game, maybe add some more content?
Sucks for us launch owners, but makes sense for Nintendo. Write off the first half of the year as a loss and have a strong, consistent release schedule for the rest of the year.
Not this game but Pikmin and Wii Fit U are likely seeing changes. G&W is a seat filler game.
So if this is correct then a possible schedule would look like:
June: Game and Wario
July: Wonderful 101
August: Wii Fit U
September: Wii U Party
October: Yarn Yoshi
November: 3D Mario, Windwaker HD
December: Mario Kart
Yeah...something probably just got bumped to next year.
I somehow have my doubts about that. Not that I'm complaining though - I already have quite the backlog on this thing.Sucks for us launch owners, but makes sense for Nintendo. Write off the first half of the year as a loss and have a strong, consistent release schedule for the rest of the year.
Sounds about right.Zelda 3DS trailer
Pikmin 3 trailer
Wii Fit U trailer
Wonderful 101 trailer
Pokemon X/Y trailer
Wii Sports U trailer
Wii Party U trailer
Game & Wario trailer
Smash Bros. Wii U trailer
3D Mario Wii U trailer
That's Nintendo's E3, folks.
If a finished game is coming out in late June when is Pikmin or TW101 going to come out? Nintendo surely cannot be that stupid and release them in August or later?
We would have heard about any May games by now if they existed. And there is no reason to expect anything to release before Game & Wario (otherwise we'd be getting that earlier). Therefore, don't expect anything but Game & Wario in Q2.
You'd think they'd want to keep a consistent stream of releases going after launching Lego City at the end of March, but I guess they believe literally releasing nothing is a viable strategy for a struggling console.