I was too young to realize ocarina of time was set back a lot. When it was released, I thought it was it's actual original scheduled time.Cap J said:They also set back Ocarina of Time a lot but that turned out to be well worth the wait. I trust Nintendo to make this well worth the wait too and will accept whatever push back they give.
While it is true that many games are delayed, I can't think of a company that does it more regularly. In any case, delays are an unfortunate reality in today's world.Magus said:That's how it is for any game company though, isn't it?
I kinda expected this, any hyped game gets delays out the ass, oh well.
Actually, you buy it once and can play it on both. The Revolution (which will be completely backward compatible (or so they say)) will merely let you unlock special features that the Gamecube isn't capable of - something, obviously, to do with the controller.SaiyanPrideXIX said:It's going to come out for two machines?
That means you buy it twice.
These guys are more predictable than a John Cena title match. :0\