A small group of developers began work on a concept they called Project Goliath, with hopes of it being picked up by Junction Point (and by extension Disney), the creators of the Epic Mickey games. The initial stages of Goliath had revolving around a large gorilla protecting small children. This concept evolved into a relationship of Tarek the gorilla working together with a girl named Ky. The two would combine their skills of strength (Tarek) and intelligence (Ky) to overcome obstacles. Goliath was planned to be a 3D platformer, and was inspired by several other games of the time, including Jack and Daxter, Rachet and Clank, and Shadow of the Colossus. The game was planned for released on the Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 3 (PS3), and Xbox 360, though the game never entered full production and no gameplay prototypes were made. However, Junction Point was shoot down after Epic Mickey 2 under performed in sales. To add insult to injury, the group discovered that one of their team working on Project Goliath had plagiarized artwork from others.
I mean, sure...why not?! I've seen stranger things in my days of covering Nintendo. If it works and is safe, then I'm all for it. I'm just thinking the creator will need to test things out a tad bit longer to really see how safe it is.
Here's another round of pics from the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 music recording session we showed you the other day. We've found out that the singer is Jen Bird, and she is the one performing the ending theme, as well as another song.
- new form will exist in the month of November
- Nihilego and Tapu Bulu figurines will release in December
- Silvally L Figure - 1,200 yen October release
- Necrozma L Figure - 1,500 yen November release
- three secrets (One reference to form change)
- coming in Jan. 2018
- colors by Josh Perez
- original author and illustrator Hitoshi Ariga is supervising
- 80-page volume
- new issues coming each quarter
- intent is to republish Ariga's various Mega Man works in chronological order
- data comes from July 13th to 16th
- sold around 65,000 copies
- 45 percent of its initial shipment
- the first Pikmin and Pikmin 3 sold just over 100,000 copies in their first weeks
- Pikmin 2 debuted at a little over 150,000 units