Like most games from Sakamoto's team at SPD, Tomodachi Collection is filled with Nintendo cameos. From a trailer shown at the latest Nintendo Direct we can see lots of different hardware units on display in Iwata's apartment. We can also see a band called the Game Boys, but that might just be a name Iwata created for his own character.
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Food Fantasy ? Final Foodtasy ? Final Food-taste-y ? Last Order Final Fantasy VII ? Final Fantasy Kitchen Tactics Advance Course Meal ? Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Chicken Wings ? Final Fantasy Cooking Chronicles: My life as a Chef ? (One of those is a real game by the way but which one? ;D)
Instead of critical hit's there should "critical heat" when food is at an optimal temperature.
Standard attacks should be like "stir", "cut", "knead".
Magic attacks would be "oven", "add boiling water" or "blender" (some sort of machinery)
Items would be just ingredients to make the meal . . .
Dammit people, there's a fucking good idea in here somewhere. (begins writing of game design document)
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Also all Miis can be given a Wii U and 3DSXL to play with. The Wii U can be heard playing Pirates from Game & Wario, as well as Metroid Blast, Takamaru's Ninja Castle, and Legend of Zelda: Battle Quest from NintendoLand. The 3DS doesn't seem to feature any game in particular.
Getting those Nintendo treasures have been killing me.
Anyone think this is a Slippy reference?
I'd say yeah, thought it might have just been a generic Frogger reference but it does look pretty much exactly like the top half of Slippy.
On another note concerning references, I've noticed a buttload of "1889" references in the game. A lot of sports-related clothing and headwear use '89, and a bunch of rooms have generic rock-music type posters with 1889 on them.
I've also noticed the word "Redfurt" being used in a lot of areas in the game and on various clothing items as well but I can't find any meaning concerning it.
Nester the Lark: Also, I know YL isn't into speedruns, but he might be interested to know that RPG Limit Break is having a Gust marathon all weekend, including several Atelier games.
Sept 25, 2020 22:01:18 GMT -5
nocturnal YL: Ah… Bad timing. I didn't read this until now, when it's almost over.
Sept 27, 2020 12:59:22 GMT -5
Nester the Lark: Well, if you're still interested, they'll be uploading the replays to their YouTube channel later this week.
Sept 27, 2020 17:58:41 GMT -5
Shrikeswind: I like that Mayles put her back in her kneepads. What's the last game they were in? One of the Kongas? It was a good look for her, albeit very 90's.
Oct 4, 2020 19:37:15 GMT -5
Shrikeswind: The jokes call to me, their siren song a temptation I can hardly bear, yet I must stay my tongue. Confound my dirty sense of humor.
Oct 16, 2020 13:05:51 GMT -5
Nester the Lark: The replies I see to anything Nintendo posts on Twitter are probably an indication as to why they abandoned Miiverse and decided that social media should be someone else's responsibility.
Oct 20, 2020 16:48:02 GMT -5
nocturnal YL: As mentioned in Twitter, I'm currently playing Atelier Meruru DX. I'm thinking about writing reviews for the Arland series afterwards, as well as making a second Nintendo Switch review video after I finish either this or my next game.
Nov 7, 2020 8:46:05 GMT -5
Nester the Lark: ^ I would be interested in seeing your reviews of the Arland games.
Nov 7, 2020 10:56:31 GMT -5
Nester the Lark: So, there's been Hyrule Warriors and Fire Emblem Warriors. But guys, how about this: Punch-out Warriors! It's like Punch-out, but you fight all of your opponents at once!
Nov 12, 2020 12:12:00 GMT -5
Shrikeswind: Sounds punchy, but unless it's a real knock-out I don't think it'd be a hit.
Nov 15, 2020 16:11:31 GMT -5