January 21, 2016 9:05 pm Published by 5 Comments

We all know that this year Nintendo will eventually announce the Nintendo NX. When it will launch remains unknown, though there have been whispers that it may indeed be this year. I guess the important thing is not really when it launches but what games it will launch with. Nintendo have realized their mistake with the Wii U and the failures of not providing strong enough launch titles, but you have to give them their due. They have always tried to innovate and try new, different & exciting things and they probably thought that the console would do well without a Mario, Link, Samus or Kirby game to launch with but the plan backfired but at least they know for next time that what make Nintendo different from Playstation & XBox is that it HAS Mario, Link, Samus & Kirby. Nintendo’s highly regarded IP’s is what separates from the other consoles. If Nintendo want to avoid a similar fiasco at launch of the NX, they would be wise to have a strong set of Launch Titles to help Propel the NX of the ground and into orbit. Whilst on the subject, Youtuber & Zelda Theorist GameOver Jesse tells us what he thinks would be ideal Launch Titles for the NX, Including Super Mario Galaxy 3, Smash Bros, Pikmin 4 & More in his latest video. You can check it out in the video below.

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  • You know what’s great, Nintendo already confirmed Zelda Wii U to be on the NX for a launch title. I guess it will be called Zelda Wii U NX! Haha!

    • I know, this post came out long before it was confirmed though. It was only a matter of time before they decided to stretch it on both consoles. It would be a final farewell to the Wii U and a good kick start to the NX. It needs a string title to get it off the ground.

  • Give us Mother 3!

  • I want a new real Kirby game but that is challenging now. New Metroid fps game will be nice too.

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