This is mainly wishful thinking, but I feel as if we should get one for the next console, as there's talk about a new console on the horizon. The Wii U did not do well (despite having some great games), so I'd expect them to just leave all their big hitters for a launch titles (well ok, F-Zero has never really sold that well, but... eh). It could be the same for other lingering series, like Metroid.
Of course, this is just me speculating. I wish I owned GX, I love that game to death ~.~
Post by Boo Destroyer on Nov 23, 2015 9:21:23 GMT -5
So which Smash characters are deader than Falcon?
But seriously though, are most people actually asking for a new F-Zero game? I know I'm not. It barely even has that much of a fanbase. At least if people who want nothing more than a "Captain Falcon Adventures" count as its fanbase.
Meanwhile, speaking of which, I'm also rather annoyed at how most people don't care about the WarioWare series anymore, outside of Ashley (and her song), when it's a really good series with a whole bunch of otherwise interesting characters. But instead, they only recognize Ashley out of it, and nothing else. That kinda sucks.
Post by nocturnal YL on Nov 23, 2015 11:49:48 GMT -5
I see a perfect excuse to post F-Zero music here.
I didn't even notice it stopped getting new games until someone pointed it out. In the early 2000s, they put out four F-Zero games in rather quick successions that I thought the long pause afterwards was to make up for that.
Ice Climbers be so dead, they ain't even in the series no more! I honestly miss those buggers, though. Top level play with those guys in Brawl was mesmerizing. Funny how they dropped down to the bottom of the barrel in the Project M mod, though.
Post by nocturnal YL on Jun 25, 2016 9:27:54 GMT -5
The official Cipher Twitter account regularly posts illustrations besides cards from the various partaking artists. Throughout the week leading to today, the first anniversary of the series, multiple artists posted their congratulatory messages.
I couldn't recognise Daisuke Izuka's Marth at first. I thought it was a little girl.
Today is also the first anniversary of Fates, which launched on the same day as Cipher.