Ver la versión completa : [Rumores a tutiplén] Retro, Zelda, Project Zero y mucho más

30th November 2012, 12:38
Como siempre cogerlo con pinzas y más con tanta información de golpe, pero desde dualpixels (http://dualpixels.com/2012/11/29/rumor-behind-the-scenes-with-first-party-hardware-and-third-party-softwear-next-gen/) dicen que su fuente es alguien que ya acertó lo del Castlevania y Kingdom Hearts HD collection incluso antes de que se anunciaran. Sea verdad o no, aquí os dejo todo. No lo traduzco porque hay bastante cosa, pero creo que se entiende bastante bien:

Nintendo is hoping to play it’s cards right with new hardware add ons and a huge first party push next year where they will reveal games for both holiday 2013 and 2014, a total of 1/3rd of their internal development software. Nintendo has also been shopping around for third party developers where instead of buying them outright, either funds projects or their marketing/localization to make them exclusive or feature packed for Wii U or Nintendo 3DS. Expect more projects like Bayonetta 2 to be announced next year including a partnership that will cause huge shocks when it’s announced even worse than Bayonetta 2. My sources do not think it’s the wildly talked about Devil’s Third being a Wii U exclusive because most people have been buzzing about that and Nintendo is “keeping it extremely close to it’s chest”.

Nintendo’s core first party line up for E3 will be the next 3D Mario game that will be out by Holiday 2013, a next Zelda adventure for the Nintendo 3DS, a double dose of Kirby with the return of Tilt ‘n Tumble for Wii U and Kirby’s Pop Up Pannick for Nintendo 3DS, a new HD Yoshi’s Island game, Donkey Kong Land Returns for Nintendo 3DS, new Fatal Frame for Wii U, the new Retro Studios title which may or may not make Holiday 2013 and two new IPs.

There was a pitch at Retro Studios for a new Metroid game that I have no idea if was scrapped or if it was made into a full game. I do know the pitch was an FPA like the Prime games and it took in between Other M and Fusion. It was suppose to deal with an entire planet that in a conflict between the good guys and the Space Pirates caused a fracture in time that allowed half of the dead planet to come back to life including the dead Chozoo colony. It was suppose to deal with the mystery of the Chozoo, Samus upbringing and that the Chozoo were more war like than imagined. It was also suppose to feature Wii Motion Plus control along with two player co-op with the new Chozoo partner on the gamepad, allowing more crazy exploration and puzzle solving. Being isolated, together was the theme. Multiplayer is also planned. Besides working on that internal next-gen engine for Wii U and a smaller team for Donkey Kong Land Returns, we know that some of the pitches included an entirely new IP based around the GamePad, a revival of Raven Blade and a reboot of Mach Rider.

Mainline 3DS Pokemon game needs roughly two more years before it’s released. Uses a full 3D engine and will have a story dealing with a world wide crisis. A new Pokemon type will be introduced (has not been done since Gold and Silver) and while not as many new Pokemon as in past gens older Pokemon will get new abilities and forms. Will maximize the Nintendo 3DS use of 3D, StreetPass and online connectivity. The first NFC game for Wii U will be a next gen Battrio game coming out in all regions.

Ni-Oh is being completely remade from the ground up in Unreal Engine 4 exclusive for PlayStation Omni. A special Dynasty Warriors 8 will be released on Wii U and Vita, while a special Dead or Alive 5 will be release on Wii U and Playstation Omni later in 2013. Team Ninja also plans on making a side-scrolling remake of the NES Ninja Gaiden game for Wii U eShop, PSN and XBLA

Capcom is going to bring a voice command/dynamic slash version of Monster Hunter to the new X-Box. Ninja Theory is also pitching Capcom an Onimusha sequel for Wii U/Omni/XBoxNext as a “Ookami with guts”. Ono after looking at Platinum Game’s relationship is investigating a similar deal with Nintendo to publish Darkstalkers 4: Rebirth as a Wii U exclusive since Capcom is still reluctant to finance it. Sengoku Basara will get current and next gen re-releases at the launch of Next Gen systems. Capcom is also working with Splash Damage to make a new IP FPS for next gen consoles. A special edition of Resident Evil 6 called “Final Hope” will be release with bug & gameplay fixes, new sequel sinario DLC with one involving Claire, modes, asymetrical gamepad play, off TV gamepad play and an HD port of Resident Evil: Revelations. The next Resident Evil Operation game is in the works for PS3, 360, Wii U, Vita and Omni called Terrestrial Fear.

Square Enix is preparing to bring biofeedback zombie hunting game Judecca to the Omni at launch. Agni Philosophy tech will be shown off as a unique IP game that will be out for Omni/XBoxNext in 2014. Crystal Dynamics plans to resurrect the Legacy of Kain franchise in 2014 built with the Unreal 4 engine. Sleeping Dogs will get an internally made sequel made with an updated engine on Wii U/360/PS3/Vita. Lord of Vermilion for Wii U is planned to use NFC cards. GunSlinger Stratos is planning to come to Wii U and Omni, with the possibility of an XBox Next release.

Namco-Bandai is working with Sakurai to get a fully working demo at E3 for Smash Bros. Sakurai really took to heart the complaints about the single player game and the online game. He is solving this by making the single player very deep this time done by the Tales series people and is planning to have a Network Beta of the game for download the day of Nintendo’s E3 show. This way they can beta test online for about one year before they ship the game. Star Trek will come out with it’s movie version for Wii U/PS3/360 and have a special version with post movie game content for Omni at launch. Soul Master, a weapon based spin off of the Soul Calibur series for Kinect 2 is being made as well as a special edition of Soul Calibur 5 for Wii U and Omni. Pac-Man VS is planned to be brought over to Wii U eShop and Ouya. Dragon Ball ZENKAI Battle Royale is also looking to being ported over to Wii U and PS3. New IPs are being developers by smaller teams for Wii U, Omni and X-Box Next.

EA is working with Playground Games with guidance from Chriterion to make an open world racing franchise in the vein of Diddy Kong Racing as their answer to Activision’s Skylanders series. Aimed at older kids and teenagers, NFC enabled cars and performance enhancers will be scannable and will intergrate Origin and social functions like Facebook, Twitter and the like. Will be release on all platforms current (Wii, 360, PS3), handheld (3DS, Vita, iOS NFC, Android NFC, Windows Phone 8) and Next Gen (Wii U, Omni, X-Box Next, Ouya). EA while limiting the budget will also bring Pulse and Battlefield 4 to the Wii U. Three new IPs for Wii U, Omni and X-Box Next are also being developed on.

Activison has two teams working on Modern Warfare 4 with Infinity Ward making the Omni/Nextbox version a launch title using (or similar tech to) Unreal Engine 4 and Treyarch working on Wii U/360/PS3/Ouya editions. The Bungie IP will be at E3 2013 even though it won’t release that year and will be hugely ambitious, revealing that the game engine that is so scalable it works on mobile all the way to souped up PCs. It will feature an open world, third person adventure shooting MMO-like game where the players mainly drive and create their own stories, factions and missions with in the game world, a true sand box. This world will be cheap to free to enter and will have it’s building blocks microtranaction

También hablan de las nuevas consolas de Sony y MS, pero eso ya que se lo mire al que le interese. ;)

30th November 2012, 12:47
Es demasiado bonito, todo son exclusivos, multis de WiiU/360/PS3, multis de WiiU/Durango/Orbis y solo el Angi's Philosophy excluiría a WiiU (lo que salga de esa demo, que puede ser nada, como con la del VII en PS3).

Por lo demás, desconozco el resto del texto, pero no hay nada de exclusivas de las otras.

¿De qué tratará el exclusivo del que habla y que asegura, será mucho mayor que el del Bayonetta 2?

30th November 2012, 12:54
muchas de los anuncios sobre juegos de nintendo son bastante obvios diría XD como un zelda para 3ds

30th November 2012, 13:08
Qué salvajada de rumor! XDDD Ojalá fuera cierto, se perfila más catálogo en un año de WiiU que en tres de Wii.

Crystal Dynamics plans to resurrect the Legacy of Kain franchise in 2014 built with the Unreal 4 engine.

http://getfile5.posterous.com/getfile/files.posterous.com/harvestmath/fqyeensEkmvdsvIgzqksqhmjlaAIceFmlbHaJuElquHrzwCoAA roElzEyvsh/image.jpg

Aunque este igual no llegaría a WiiU :(

30th November 2012, 13:15
Todo esto suena demasiado bien....

30th November 2012, 13:15
Demasiado bonito para ser verdad. Lo único más o menos obvio es lo de Nintendo (salvo lo de Retro), pero es lo menos importante de todo ese texto.

30th November 2012, 13:16
Yo no se si creerme todo, hay cosas obvias y otras que son demasiado buenas...pfff

30th November 2012, 15:00
Demasiada info para leerla desde del movil, me he quedado en lo nuevo de Retro y las dos nuevas Ip.

Un saludo.

30th November 2012, 15:04
Demasiada info para leerla desde del movil, me he quedado en lo nuevo de Retro y las dos nuevas Ip.

Un saludo.

En resumen, todo lo japonés sale en WiiU, y la mitad de lo occidental, también.

30th November 2012, 15:36
Bueno, ya hay lanzamiento!!! toca Nintendo Direct no?? xddd

30th November 2012, 16:08
Aún queda Japón en diez días. No sé, la Direct para los que no os la habéis comprado, ahora mismo me da un poco igual XD

30th November 2012, 21:45
De esta gente no me creo nada. Se han criado la fama.

Master Mario
1st December 2012, 21:18
Todo se resumen en ports y juegos de Nintendo...nada wow