Nintendo’s annual general shareholder meeting information was made live yesterday, and while there are the usual numbers and business details dotted throughout, some interesting details have emerged from a discussion that was held during the meeting.
VGC reports (via @NStyles on Twitter) that one shareholder reportedly asked if Nintendo had any plans to revive past IPs through new games or remakes. The shareholder then mentioned a handful of titles, ranging from obscure Japan-only games and a big Nintendo franchise that hasn’t seen a new game in nearly 20 years.
The franchises the shareholder brought up are the racing game series F-Zero; Baten Kaitos, Monolith Soft’s GameCube card-based RPG series; Wario Land, the Mario spin-off that hasn’t seen a new game since the Wii; two Intelligent Systems games in Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru and Kousoku Card Battle: Card Hero; and Chōsōjū Mecha MG made by the Earth Defense Force developers.
After NStyles tweeted out about the request, another user — @momiji_manjyuu — claimed to be the person who asked for these titles.
Not all heroes wear capes, right?
The list is killing us, and many of you also want a brand new F-Zero or Wario Land game in particular, but there’s a handful of really interesting games otherwise that would all be great games to bring back. Baten Kaitos — given Monolith Soft’s prominence with Xenoblade — would make sense, but honestly, we’d really love to see all of these make a return.
But now that the notes from the meeting are live, NStyles has noted that the only game that remains mentioned in there is the futuristic racing title.
Here’s a rough Google translate of the tweet (so take it with a grain of salt), but it looks pretty promising for F-Zero fans!
After the general meeting of shareholders, you told Mr. Momiji, who asked this question, “If the title part is completely cut in the minutes, you can judge that there is no pulse, and if F-ZERO remains in the minutes, you can judge that it is a pulse ant.” ..
He listed multiple titles, but Nintendo left only F-ZERO. Isn’t this a clear F-ZERO appeal to us?
Essentially, if a title is left in the minutes, then it means that Nintendo is aware it still exists. Yay! of course, that doesn’t mean much considering that Captain Falcon has appeared in every Smash Bros. game and hasn’t had a game since the mid-2000s, but it’s something, right?
Surely F-Zero can make a comeback soon. Former Nintendo of America President Reggie seems to think Nintendo hasn’t forgotten about that series, at least.
What would you like to see Nintendo bring back? Let us know down below!
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