Top 10 Nintendo Games That Should Be Released Outside of Japan
The Top Ten
Everybody wants this, listen to us Nintendo - Martinglez
Come on, Reggie! Give us Mother 3!
We have Earthbound Beginnings (Mother), and Earthbound (Mother 2). Now, all we need is Mother 3, and the series will come to a conclusion.
F-Zero X (N64)
F-Zero: Maximum Velocity (GBA)
F-Zero GX (GameCube)
F-Zero: GP Legend (GBA)
F-Zero Climax (GBA)
F-Zero Climax is the only F-Zero game in this section to have never be released outside of Japan. I suggest you release this game outside of Japan, Nintendo. You're fans want more F-Zero action, they'll get some. You can put it on the 3DS, or the Wii U.
TRANSLATION: Super Mario Rolling Party of Mystery
You love Mario Kart in the arcade? You love Mario Party? Then, how about we have an arcade Mario Party outside of Japan.
It was released for the Nintendo 64DD. Nintendo, do a remake of SimCity 64 for the 3DS & call it SimCity 64 3D.
This game was released for the Game Boy Color.
This was developed by Hudson Soft & published by Nintendo. It was released only in Japan & South Korea on NEC PC-8801 & Sharp X1 (Japanese computers), and Samsung SPC-1500 (South Korea). This is some sort of computer version of Super Mario Bros. on the NES. It came before Super Mario Bros. 2 (Lost Levels & USA Version). Nintendo, re release this game on computers in Japan & South Korea. Also, release this game in other countries, and put it on Valve's Steam website.
Released for the famicom disc system in 1987.
There were four Mario Artist games for the N64DD: Paint Studio, Talent Studio, Polygon Studio and Communication Kit. They took advantage of the Japanese online service Randnet, which no longer exists. There were also four unreleased titles: Mario Artist: Game Maker, Mario Artist: Graphical Message Maker, Mario Artist: Sound Maker and Mario Artist: Video Jockey Maker.