Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker will be released before the end of 2014 in North America but us Europeans will have to wait until January 2 2015, just like in the old days. This new title is a pleasant mix between a platformer and a puzzle game which requires to use the camera much like in FEZ. As it is often the case with Nintendo's franchises, the gamepad is smartly used, bringing something rather new to the overall experience. Replaying the different puzzles is also quite enjoyable if you're the collector type and you want to get all the stars. Check out our videos taken from the first 8 levels.
and we'd be getting quantum break 2 instead of remedy going multiplatform (they had 2 back to back poor sellers) (0 minute ago)
@KORNdog: Assuming, since I have no knowledge of how much porting costs, it takes $1-2 million to port to XB1, that's a 2 to 5 times return, no? (0 minute ago)
@Sdarts: define "well" in the context of a multimillion dollar dev cost project? they may have broke even, if that. if they sold "well" we'd be getting a sequel instead of insomniac making spiderman (2 minutes ago)
@KORNdog: A publisher earns $42 of every $60 game, the other $18 are the 30% cut that Sony, Microsoft, Steam, etc. get for selling in their stores. So $48 x 100.000 = 4.8 million. (2 minutes ago)
because console power>games. (2 minutes ago)
Everything will will be ok for MS once they release the X (3 minutes ago)
fact is. neir developers released neir on the 360. sales were obviously not what they wanted from that platform and so didn't bother with porting the sequel. it's business. that's how they all work. (3 minutes ago)