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FFG Reacts - Nintendo E3 2016 Press Conference



Cordova, TN; June 14, in the year of our Lord 2016--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is providing our reactions to the Nintendo E3 2016 Press Conference. Reggie Fils-Aime comes out to welcome everyone. He starts talking about The Legend of Zelda. He claims everyone at E3 is there to see that game. We get a trailer for The Legend of Zelda video game. It looks beautiful. Animals, buildings and more are shown. The grass looks really good in this game too. It looks very open world. Horse riding, tree climbing, rock climbing, building climbing, and more is shown. Zelda is getting some Minecraft concepts added to it. Plenty of diverse landscapes can be found in The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild.

Reggie Fils-Aime comes back out to claim the new The Legend of Zelda will be seamless. We can go from one area to another area without any loading screens. The area in the game is going to be huge – according to him. He claims boundaries of previous Zelda games are being broken. Hype? Propaganda? It will appear on Nintendo NX, and Wii U. An exact release date is not given. Will the violence, cooking, and more keep this game at the thirteen and older ESRB rating?

November 18, 2016 is when Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon will be released. The three new starter Pokemon monsters are shown. We also see the new Alola region (a copy of Hawaii). The first new live game play demonstration of Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon is shown. Sam and Terry from Nintendo introduce Gamefreak employees. They have a translator to help with communication. This is the twentieth anniversary of Pokemon. They changed roles a bit. We get a video of the new Pokemon games. Looks like recent Pokemon games. I wonder if any of the controversial and divisive content has been removed. Some of these monsters look demonic. Character customization has been returned. They talk about the game some more. They reveal they included their spiritual religious beliefs in this game (Eastern religious themes). Formes of the Pokemon will change throughout the game. The bottom screen on the Nintendo 3DS XL is not shown. We see the bottom screen during the Pokemon battle.

The slow pace and fanboyism of the Nintendo employees is horrible. Typical Nintendo – they want you to focus on whatever they think is important like bracelets. This feels way too staged and scripted. The religious belief of evolution is also referenced. Is Nintendo attacking Biblical marriage with Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon? Twitch commenter’s seems to think so. This game play is turning into one major long advertisement. Nintendo is also attacking Christians with the mention of false Pokemon deities. The size differential of the Pokemon is finally fixed. Only took twenty years. We won’t need to actually purchase and play these games. Nintendo is showing us enough to do a review off of. Even Pokemon is getting worldlier. The video game industry is getting worse. A new Battle Royale mode is being added. Four players bring three Pokemon and battle. When the first player loses all Pokemon, the match is over with. The winner is the player with the most kills plus how many Pokemon they have left. Is this online only? Finally we are done with this annoying infomercial.

That was pathetic Nintendo. Two games are all you show? They are generally family friendly. Sure both of those games have issues. I know the industry is in decline but that was minimal to the extreme. I am glad I decided to stay in Memphis to cover E3 this year. The whole translator thing for scripted questions was too long, too boring, and too horrible. Nintendo threw away an opportunity.

Nintendo Grade: C

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming


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