A brochure to rent NDcube was posted on Twitter and fans suspect that another Mario party is on the way. Or is F-Zero about to be restarted?
The subsidiary of Nintendo NDcube rents, which means that new games are on the way!
Speculation about a new edition began on Twitter, where a photo of the NDcube 2021 recruitment brochure caught the attention of fans. The brochure included the company’s popular titles (which were mostly Mario Party games) along with a mysterious game in the upper right corner.
The most remarkable thing, however, is the text that goes with it. “Let̵
Subsequently, rumors began to spread around 2021 about NDcube. The most popular theory is the new Mario Party, as it is the company’s most famous franchise.
However, recent speculation has suggested that a remake of the F-Zero may be on the way.
What does new recruitment mean for NDcube? And what future editions could they have up their sleeve?
Here’s what we know about other big Nintendo titles coming in 2021.
New Mario Party for Nintendo Switch
Nintendo party games are very popular and are a key element of the Mario franchise. However, the latest edition of NDcube, Super Mario Party, was considered astonishing.
Reviewers criticized the lack of boards in the game and the repetitive aesthetics, with some fans claiming that NDcube had made the Mario Party series worse at all.
Therefore, fans went to Reddit to discuss the recruitment brochure. Most of the comments were less excited about another disappointing game and called on NDcube to improve its boards, spaces and content.
With Super Mario Party and its predecessors so shamefully weak, it is uncertain whether a new party game will win its fans. Lack of content is one of the worst criticisms a video game can face.
After all, if you are working on a new Mario Party, developers must pay close attention to the contribution of fans to find some success.
Are you bored waiting for big editions? Here’s what’s new in Switch eShop!
New F-Zero reboot for Nintendo Switch
Does the name F-Zero sound familiar? If you’ve owned SNES or Game Boy Advance during the day, you’ll probably recognize this little racing game.
The premise is simple but effective at the same time. Choose your character, jump in a vehicle (or “F-Zero machine”) and defeat your opponents to the finish line!
Despite its popularity, the reboot of the F-Zero may seem a bit unusual, given its last international release in 2001. So why do fans think it will return?
Recently, the manufacturer of F-Zero GX expressed interest in launching a new F-Zero under Nintendo. He believed that classic games were a good alternative to Mario Kart in the 1990s and early 2000s, and the remastered version was likely to gain much popularity.
Given that the franchise is reviewed significantly better than the latest Mario Party games, restarting the F-Zero may be what NDcube needs.
Admit that the new F-Zero will look amazing on the screen of your Nintendo Switch – or a possible Switch Pro. Especially if the rumors about OLED screens are true.
You can read Reddit’s thread in the NDcube brochure here.
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