Discussion in '3DS/DS' started by Nintendo Boy, May 27, 2012.
Not starting a war I beg to differ, but it doesn't matter how famous a game is. Remember it's if you like it that is all that matters I'd get rid of the one that I don't enjoy anymore not how famous it is or how much people like it it's about you or in this case Nintendo boy he has to make the decison based on what he likes better not anyone else.
Oh ok...but he didn't say he was going to sell MK7 he said he was going to keep uprising. lol
Well you do have a point there but what I'm trying to say is a game is famous for a reason it's not just famous because people say it is because of peoples opinions, if lots of people enjoy it then it's famous, I'm just saying I think MK7 has more potential because so many people enjoy and still want to play a match now and again.
But then you really do have to enjoy a game like MK7 to play it online over and over and not get bored of it, but then it can get boring after a while to some people it can and then eventully more and more and then once a new Mario Kart comes out it can get forgotten and then no one will play online after a new one after that all games do that, but kid icarus has more content and a better, harder online in some cases and it's more hard core, but with MK7 it's for everyone, it's casual and it has hard core online in some cases. So really it's more hard core vs. casual-hardcore. All we can do is guide and say our opinons and you can't change opinons.
I explained all that. It's packed with tons of stuff and gives you more reasons to play through the same chapters if you want to complete everything
please explain to me how beating a chapter on 9 intensity is the same thing as beating a chapter on say 2 intensity, yet somehow in MK7 getting 3 stars in a cup is somehow different from getting 0 stars. keep in mind that the stars are a result of how you did, whereas the intensity is a difficulty setting (and thereby changing the enemies and rewards of the level)
they didn't decide to not make a sequel because of how much was put into it, they put a ton into it to make it an amazing experience for players and to give a good first impression for the series after being gone so long. Also, if anything, they packed so much in BECAUSE they already decided they wouldn't make another, at least for a long time. If they're not going to make a game's sequel, may as well make the game super replayable to last players longer, right?
I don't even want to dignify this with a response considering how biased it is, but I will. You claim MK7 always has new ideas, but every game in the series has the same core mechanics (which is a good thing so the series is reliable). Anyways, KIU is already completely different from its previous games, and at least to me has lots of potential for new ideas.
Now THAT is a valid point
Once again, biased. I could argue that KIU keeps me more occupied because of the accomplishments, secrets to unlock, difficulties to beat, and so on, whereas mariokart is just 32 tracks and once you've beaten 50 cc it's like you've already played everything there is for singleplayer. In fact, if you've played the previous mariokart games, you may as well just play the 16 new tracks in 50 cc and then never play the game again since you've pretty much played all there is to offer.
Battlemode you can do offline with both games, and both are pretty boring with NPCs so we'll leave that out.
You, good sir, let a lot of your bias come out as fact, when it is not. You prefer MK7 offline to KIU offline, that's fine, but it doesn't mean everyone else does. I've spent far longer on KIU storymode than MK7 singleplayer. TBH, once I beat all of the cups and classes, I got bored. I didn't care about getting three stars. KIU, on the other hand, I have spent hours on end playing the story mode alone trying to beat it all on 9, and I haven't even started going for all of the accomplishments yet. I've got hours ahead of me with KIU and it will definitely last me years (with other games being played in between). But that's my opinion and doesn't make KIU more replayable. What DOES make it more replayable on an unbiased level is all of the content in it. But what really counts is how fun the person finds it. Obviously you don't have fun trying to achieve everything in KIU, so a lot of it's content is worthless to you. The only fun I find in MK7 is playing against other people, and even so I don't find it that appealing, therefore all of MK7's modes are poop to me. That's opinion.
Well said Lusk well said.
Well yeah MK7 could get boring after a while but so can KIU...theres nothing special about KIU that you will never get bored of it. Yes MK7 appeals to everyone, so why sell it? It's a fun game for everyone to enjoy.
1) Replayability- Fine if people want to do that they shall.
2) Different things- Well beating a chapter on intensity 9 than on intensity 2 is still the same nothing different but the difficulty and more enemies. Sure you can say the same thing about MK7 though.
3) Sequel- I see your point there but after a while a game gets boring and people move away from it eventually, it's much better to make a sequel to keep the series fresh you know what I mean, it's good they packed a lot of things to it however if they leave such a big gap some people will forget or they might not but I'm certain the younger generation will have no knowledge of the series. It's best to keep making sequels because it makes it famous, it gives a whole brand new adventure, I mean would you rather stick with one game or 2? You know what I mean right?
4) New Ideas- Sure MK7 has the same mechanics however it's got new additions to the game just like KIU but I'm saying every MK is made what every 2- 3 years where as KI series is rarely made so you can't really compare the two to ideas because KI has been absent for ages.
5) Valid Point- See...and why thankyou.
6) Modes- Glad you agree.
7) Boredom between the games- Firstly KIU is less boring because it's something fresh and has been absent for ages like I already said so yet again you can't compare the two, even though some of the tracks may be the same it still offers fun and at least there is new tracks, so you got a bit of variety. And I don't prefer MK7 offline to KIU offline I actually prefer KIU offline and like MK7 online. The only reason there is lots of accomplishments because of lack of modes. Sure everyone has an opinion and no one will change anyones opinion of something.
But if your a hard-core gamer why sell KI:U.
What? Can you be more clearer is that a statement or a question?
cool, I think this is close enough to an agreement
and btw just a note, this 'argument' started over which is more replayable and then you brought in the point that the mario kart series is constant and has new iterations often... but that isn't replayability if you move onto the next game in the series.
MK7 may be constant, but many people still love to play it, not to mention the online play and the body parts, wheels and gliders that let you glide a bit and the new underwater driving. And the retro tracks werent all kept the same as the previous elements that I stated were put into MK7. Many people find MK7 a more enjoyable game because, yes, it is easier. This series has left people wanting more and more out of Mario Kart, and trust me, once Nintendo decides to make a "Create-a-track" option, Mario Kart will be close to being the perfect racing game.
Well what I meant is that MK7 is always fun to play over and over and I'm sure lots will agree because people alway get hyped for a new MarioKart, I remember I got the Wii version for christmas and people were still playing it online, trust me people still play them, I was just saying that because Kid Icarus doesn't have often new games it won't be as popular as MK7. But that's just my opinion of things.
Nicely said except for the racong word. lol. And actually MK7 may be easier but it's actually hard if you want to get the 3 stars. Because the Mario Kart series offers so much year after year it's become famous hence the reason why I am defending it.
KI:U by along shot
.... Keep both. Do you know how long I had to wait for a 3DS (excluding splinter Cell , botthat great IMO)? I had my 3DS at launch, and I waited until MK7 came out to get a good game on the 3DS. Then I bought KIU, which is a game that I have been anticipating since the E3 that we FIRST SAW THE 3DS! Seriously, I think you can wait a little while longer.
Those are both very good game on the 3DS, two of the best games. I prefer Mario Kart 7 over KI:U though.
LOL ca,t belive the war every1 started when i was on vaction. Anyways i have all 3 games now !
I told vader it was a war, but nooooo.
You chose wisely.
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