This one, https://twitter.com/nintendoamerica/status/872846110590730240
She rewtweeted that one and the Japanese one 28 mins ago
Yeah we just tryna get hype tho
I'm 99% positive Retro's newest game is going to show up and it won't be metroid.
better not have no lame late indie port showcase. Thats like 3 minutes right there
New stuff from Mario Odyssey and Xenoblade Chronicles 2 (hoping beyond hope for a 2017 release date) is enough for me personally. Everything else is icing on the cake for me. I hope for a whole lot more, but that's enough for my safe and really low expectations.
We are pleased to announce two new games from Retro Studios!
Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze Deluxe and Cranky Kong's Wacky Adventure
i just hope kensuke tanabe understands the backlash of federation force and what people want out of the series too. Seeing zelda going back to its roots, mario going back to the mario 64 formula, things that people asked for so long, they must also hear people clamoring for a new metroid that feels ambitious odyssey and botw, right?
Yeah this is where I'm at for the most part.While I'd like to see their entire lineup for the next twelve months, through Q2 2018. Beyond that, I'm fine with them not showing anything. >12m hype cycles suck.
I'm not even sure we'll see the full Q1 2018 lineup, though. But those games will be revealed in a few months, I'll live.
So is Xenoblade being there mean that it's confirmed for 2017, or does that confirm that they will talk about 2018 titles?
I feel like it's a win-win.
I've never thought of it that way, but that's true. Both of their other NES originals went back to their roots and are being recieved well.
One just has to hope that they've learned now what we don't want to see, and can successfully revisit what we do, whether that's 2D or 3D.