Miyamoto wants to make an FPS game.

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  1. Ben_j

    Ben_j GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    If I remember correctly, he's the one that advised Retro Studios to make Metroid a first person game. So he's got my attention. If he makes an FPS, it will surely be something different from anything we've seen before.
     
  2. stanleyopar2000

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    Mario with a GUN!! oh wait :unsure:
     
  3. Midna

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    Sure it will.
     
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  4. KingVamp

    KingVamp Haaah-hahahaha!

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    First Person can be more than just shooters. Just felt a need to clear that up.
     
  5. Shabutie78

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    using the same flagship titles for over 20 years, coming out with 7 of the same racing game, a whole army of remakes and sequels for zelda and mario, and consoles that have decade-old hardware.
    yeah. he don't fuck around with his innovation.lolololol.

    i'm curious to see what he has in mind. i'm guessing if he makes an FPS, it won't be targeted at family/children audiences and it will be a hardcore FPS. the only challenge is making it NOT seem like a generic shooter.
    then again, most FPS's are different. first person shooters acquired a bad name and have everyone thinking they're all the same because of these wannabe gamer hipsters who run around spouting "hurdyderpadur COD is shit. just because it isn't COD blah blah. *sigh* another COD remake" who obviously don't know shit about first person shooters and should stick to their genre of preference.

    just as there are generic RPGs (about 85% of RPGs in existence are cookie cutter weeaboo porn), there are also generic games of any genre. and one made by miyamoto most likely will not be generic.
     
  6. AceWarhead

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    Hm.. maybe a new Metroid Prime-like game? WITH GOOD CONTROLS THIS TIME?
     
  7. pubert09

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    I'm not a fan of first person games at all so I will definitely have to wait and see what it looks like, if it happens.
     
  8. DonnyKD

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    Are you implying that Metroid Prime had bad controls?

    Oh, you poor fool.
     
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  9. xwatchmanx

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    Lol. In his defense, he may have been referring to Metroid Prime: Hunters (which, in my opinion, had decent controls, but definitely wasn't very practical).
     
  10. CrimzonEyed

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    I think his talking about Other M :P
     
  11. DS1

    DS1 伝説の雀士

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    Yes!
    Rehashing a character doesn't mean the games weren't fundamentally different. And yeah, hurr hurr, after Sterling panned Mario Kart 7 everyone wants to talk trash about the series like they don't love it. Boo hoo.
     
  12. AceWarhead

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    The controls of The first 2 Primes were pretty bad, in my opinion. It was very clunky, without the dual analogs, but I can understand due to the fact that you had Visors and other things. I just wished there was another way to implement those things so they worked with dual analogs.
    Hunters... was ok. Controls were more precise, but still didn't give a good feel. I ended up using the face buttons. Much better.
    And Other M... I'll say it was a bad dream.
     
  13. jalaneme

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    mario and call of duty don't mix in the same sentence, hopefully they mean a new IP with metroid type FPS, that would interesting.
     
  14. Shabutie78

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    no, it doesn't mean they aren't fundamentally different. but it does mean they lack any sort of innovation whatsoever.
    and about mario kart, i don't know. i haven't played MK since the one for gamecube. and since then, they all look exactly the same to me.
     
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