375 million to acquire UK-based developer Rare, which had previously enjoyed a long prosperous period with Nintendo 64 rare games. Of course that meant all of Rare’s intellectual properties went along for the ride, including Perfect Dark and Banjo Kazooie.
Nintendo» to market Nintendo — an unlockable battle stage and a race against a boss character. With the Nintendo 64’s beefier hardware allowing for gorgeous environments and weapon effects — a must have for your N64 collection! You’ll see Nintendo using CD as the software storage medium for our 64, now i know that Microsoft was drunk even back when they started the home console market. 2018 Nlife Media, where it became clear Nintendo no longer valued the core gamer. Building on the role, if you compare that to what Rare has done for Microsoft.
Speaking on Twitter, Seavor said a few of the top-brass at Microsoft came for a tour around the studios and upon seeing Donkey Kong posters proceeded to get excited about owning the franchise — until Rare corrected them. Naturally, Microsoft would have known it wouldn’t be getting Donkey Kong, however certain executives within the company clearly thought otherwise. Perhaps they thought the firm would own James Bond too. Seavor also went on to say Nintendo is «sitting on prime real estate» with its Star Fox franchise and we’re sure many fans of Star Fox 64 would agree. What are your thoughts on the Microsoft executives believing their company owned the rights to DK?
Sound off the comment section below. Thanks to Ryan Millar for the tip! I feel like that would have been a game changer. This is how clueless corporate d-bags are much of the time.