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Nintendo Predications 2018

Post by Gameguy1996 on Wed Dec 27, 2017 11:11 pm

With a big Nintendo Direct likely around the corner I thought now would be the time to try and guess what the big N will do in 2018 even though you can never guess everything.

Yoshi for Nintendo Switch releases in March 
Poochy appears in Yoshi for Nintendo Switch
Kirby Star Allies Allies releases in May
Kirby Star Alies amiibo
Fire Emblem for Nintendo Switch sees a worldwide release in July
amiibo for the main characters of the game
Fire Emblem for Nintendo Switch has lots of DLC
Pikmin 4 releases in August
New single player IP from Nintendo releases in June
Super Mario Maker port/ new Mario Sports title released
NST helps out another indie dev create the next Snipperclips like game
Some Wii U port releases in April
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Switch releases in September
A Smash port/ new Smash releases in October
amiibo for any newcomers and past characters that return that where not in Smash 4
Pokemon for Nintendo Switch releases in November
Retro's new IP/ 3D DK come comes out in December
Metroid Prime 4 does not release in 2018
Nintendo has some of there second party studios release 1 or 2 smaller 3DS games or remakes 
Zelda mobile is released in Spring 
Zelda mobile is something like Triforce Heroes
Xenoblade mobile is released in Fall 
Xenoblade mobile includes Xenogears, Xenoblade Chronicles, Xenoblade Chronicles X and Xenoblade Chronicles 2 characters
Super Mario Run adds Rosalina and a new mode 
Animal Crossing Pocket Camp adds more things to do and never before seen villagers
Fire Emblem Heroes adds a new PvP mode, new mode where you work with friends and a new town building mode
 Fire Emblem Heroes has Lots of seasonal banners
Fire Emblem Heroes has lots of banners for the new Fire Emblem Switch characters
Nintendo Switch online releases in October with the price being $25 a year
Nintendo sells 20 million Switch units in 2018


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Re: Nintendo Predications 2018

Post by Winters Thief Zero on Thu Dec 28, 2017 11:23 am

Nintendo is so incredibly difficult to predict, it seems like it gets harder every year lol. These are mine though:

- Huge Nintendo Direct airs in January showcasing titles releasing through the summer
- Kirby Star Allies releases in February
- Bayonetta 1 and 2 also release on Switch in February and perform much better than they did on Wii U
- Yoshi for Switch releases in March
- Super Mario Maker gets a port or some kind of a sequel that releases in Spring
- Super Mario Odyssey DLC is revealed and releases throughout the first half of the year
- Fire Emblem for Switch releases in June and is MASSIVE
- Project Octopath Traveler is released in summer
- Pikmin 4 is finally revealed and releases in August
- Nintendo releases two new mobile games throughout the year, including Zelda and Kirby games
- New Boxboy is released on Switch eShop
- Nintendo has surprise game release in September or October, either a new IP, or unexpected new title
- Retro's new title is also released towards the end of the year
- Kid Icarus is revealed for Switch, but doesn't release until 2019
- Metroid Prime 4 doesn't end up releasing in 2018
- Pokemon DOES release in 2018 and is Nintendo's big holiday release for Switch
- Another smaller new multiplayer IP from Nintendo releases for Switch in the holiday season, might be eShop-only
- Splatoon 2 continues its stream of new content for longer than expected, lasting until the end of 2018
- Animal Crossing for Switch is revealed for release in early 2019, fans are disappointed it won't come that year
- Third party support grows slightly for Switch, making it good enough for most Switch owners, but not enough for usual PlayStation/Xbox only gamers to want to make the Switch (pun intended) unless they're interested in Nintendo's games
- Nintendo Switch outpaces sales expectations that were already set really high, Switch will sell 30 million units by the end of 2018


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Re: Nintendo Predications 2018

Post by Gameguy1996 on Sun Dec 30, 2018 2:57 am

@Gameguy1996 wrote:With a big Nintendo Direct likely around the corner I thought now would be the time to try and guess what the big N will do in 2018 even though you can never guess everything.

Yoshi for Nintendo Switch releases in March: Nope. It got delayed 
Poochy appears in Yoshi for Nintendo Switch: He does 
Kirby Star Allies Allies releases in May: It came out a few months earlier then I expected 
Kirby Star Alies amiibo: They did not end up happening 
Fire Emblem for Nintendo Switch sees a worldwide release in July: Delayed 
amiibo for the main characters of the game: TBT 
Fire Emblem for Nintendo Switch has lots of DLC: TBT
Pikmin 4 releases in August: If it does not release in 2019 I'm giving up hope for the game
New single player IP from Nintendo releases in June: Sushi Striker
Super Mario Maker port/ new Mario Sports title released: Mario Tennis Aces
NST helps out another indie dev create the next Snipperclips like game: TBT
Some Wii U port releases in April: Nope. We did get Tropical Freeze in May though 
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Switch releases in September: Nope
A Smash port/ new Smash releases in October: There was a new Smash. It did not release until December though
amiibo for any newcomers and past characters that return that where not in Smash 4: They have been announced 
Pokemon for Nintendo Switch releases in November: Yes. Even though it was something else.
Retro's new IP/ 3D DK come comes out in December: Nope
Metroid Prime 4 does not release in 2018: as Expected 
Nintendo has some of there second party studios release 1 or 2 smaller 3DS games or remakes:Luigi's Mansion and WarioWare Gold 
Zelda mobile is released in Spring: Nope
Zelda mobile is something like Triforce Heroes: TBT
Xenoblade mobile is released in Fall: Nope
Xenoblade mobile includes Xenogears, Xenoblade Chronicles, Xenoblade Chronicles X and Xenoblade Chronicles 2 characters
Super Mario Run adds Rosalina and a new mode: Nope
Animal Crossing Pocket Camp adds more things to do and never before seen villagers: They added the tent
Fire Emblem Heroes adds a new PvP mode, new mode where you work with friends and a new town building mode: Aether Raids 
 Fire Emblem Heroes has Lots of seasonal banners: As expected 
Fire Emblem Heroes has lots of banners for the new Fire Emblem Switch characters: TBT
Nintendo Switch online releases in October with the price being $25 a year: Close. It is $20.
Nintendo sells 20 million Switch units in 2018: Not quite.

I was mostly wrong outside of there being a new Smash, amiibo, Pokemon, the seasonal banners and the new Mario sports game.


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Re: Nintendo Predications 2018

Post by Winters Thief Zero on Sun Dec 30, 2018 12:39 pm

@Winters Thief Zero wrote:Nintendo is so incredibly difficult to predict, it seems like it gets harder every year lol. These are mine though:

- Huge Nintendo Direct airs in January showcasing titles releasing through the summer: We got a mini Direct, so certainly not huge by any means
- Kirby Star Allies releases in February: It released in March
- Bayonetta 1 and 2 also release on Switch in February and perform much better than they did on Wii U: Yes on release date, we don't have official sales numbers yet
- Yoshi for Switch releases in March: And it's 2019 lol
- Super Mario Maker gets a port or some kind of a sequel that releases in Spring: Nothing
- Super Mario Odyssey DLC is revealed and releases throughout the first half of the year: Wrong again
- Fire Emblem for Switch releases in June and is MASSIVE: Wrong
- Project Octopath Traveler is released in summer: Got this one right
- Pikmin 4 is finally revealed and releases in August: :'(
- Nintendo releases two new mobile games throughout the year, including Zelda and Kirby games: Neither, we only got one and it was Dragalia Lost
- New Boxboy is released on Switch eShop: No
- Nintendo has surprise game release in September or October, either a new IP, or unexpected new title: Sushi Striker in June? Lol
- Retro's new title is also released towards the end of the year: Lol no
- Kid Icarus is revealed for Switch, but doesn't release until 2019: Definitely not. In fact we got pretty much confirmation it isn't coming...
- Metroid Prime 4 doesn't end up releasing in 2018: Bingo
- Pokemon DOES release in 2018 and is Nintendo's big holiday release for Switch: Nope, but we did get A Pokemon game
- Another smaller new multiplayer IP from Nintendo releases for Switch in the holiday season, might be eShop-only: Nope
- Splatoon 2 continues its stream of new content for longer than expected, lasting until the end of 2018: Finally nailed one!
- Animal Crossing for Switch is revealed for release in early 2019, fans are disappointed it won't come that year: There was no real disappointment, just excitement
- Third party support grows slightly for Switch, making it good enough for most Switch owners, but not enough for usual PlayStation/Xbox only gamers to want to make the Switch (pun intended) unless they're interested in Nintendo's games: Support has been really good. Good enough for me haha
- Nintendo Switch outpaces sales expectations that were already set really high, Switch will sell 30 million units by the end of 2018: We don't know exact numbers yet but almost certainly this is a yes, probably well I've 30 million total units by now


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