Nintendo's New Groove: An Alternate Nintendo Timeline

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BONUS: How the Virtual Console Works on the Nintendo Revolution
  • Here's a proof-of-concept for what I worked on.
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    As you can see, the Virtual Console on the Nintendo Revolution works like Netflix, but with video games from gaming consoles that are not Sony's PlayStations and Microsoft's X-Boxes. It can also be on the Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo U-Zone, and Nintendo Switch as well.
    As you can see, the Virtual Console contains games from the following list of game consoles such as.:​
    • Atari-Nintendo Advanced Video System (Introduced in the Nintendo Revolution version)​
    • Atari-Nintendo Game Boy/Game Boy Color (Introduced in the Nintendo Revolution version)​
    • Super Atari-Nintendo Advanced Video System/Super-CD (Introduced in the Nintendo Revolution version)​
    • Nintendo Ultra-64 (Introduced in the Nintendo Revolution version)​
    • Super Game Boy (Introduced in the Nintendo Revolution version)​
    • Sega Master System (Introduced in the Nintendo Revolution version)​
    • Sega Game Gear (Introduced in the Nintendo Revolution version)​
    • Sega Genesis/Sega CD/Sega 32X (Introduced in the Nintendo Revolution version)​
    • Sega Saturn (Introduced in the Nintendo Revolution version)​
    • Sega Dreamcast (Introduced in the Nintendo Revolution version)​
    • Neo Geo (Introduced in the Nintendo Revolution version)​
    • TurboGrafx-16 (Introduced in the Nintendo Revolution version)​
    • Arcade (Introduced in the Nintendo Revolution version)​
    • Atari 2600 (Introduced in the Nintendo 3DS version)​
    • Thunderstruck VR (Introduced in the Nintendo 3DS version)​
    • Neo Geo Pocket/Neo Geo Pocket Color (Introduced in the Nintendo 3DS version)​
    • Entex Pockex (Introduced in the Nintendo U-Zone version)​
    • Nintendo Vortex (Introduced in the Nintendo U-Zone version)​
    • Nintendo DS/Super Nintendo DS (Introduced in the Nintendo U-Zone version)​
    • Nintendo 3DS (Introduced in the Nintendo Switch version)​
    • Nintendo Revolution (Introduced in the Nintendo Switch version)​
    • Nintendo U-Zone (Introduced in the Nintendo Switch version)​
    It also has online multiplayer too! So what did you think?​
     
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    BONUS: Classic Mega Man Games’ Names ITTL
  • Right now, I thought of how the classic Mega Man games’ names would be like ITTL, so here you go.:
    1. Mega Man (Same as OTL)
    2. Mega Man 2: The Mystery of Dr. Wily!
    3. Mega Man 3: Dr. Wily’s Demise!?
    4. Mega Man 4: The Next Ambition!
    5. Mega Man 5: Proto Man’s Trap!?
    6. Mega Man 6: The Greatest Battle of All Time!!
    7. Mega Man 7: Showdown of Destiny!
    8. Mega Man 8: Metal Heroes
    9. Mega Man 9: The Ambition Resurges!
    10. Mega Man 10: A Threat from Outer Space!!
    11. Mega Man 11: Gears of Fate!
    12. Mega Man World: Dr. Wily’s Revenge
    13. Mega Man World 2: Time Paradox
    14. Mega Man World 3: Panic from Underground
    15. Mega Man World 4: Warriors of Steel
    16. Mega Man World 5: Rise of the Stardroids! (FYI, the GB Mega Man games will be known as the "Mega Man World" games.)
    There are more games than that (as well as other Mega Man games in general), but that’s all I can come up with.
     
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  • Does anyone remember these?
    It appears that I haven’t worked on them in a while, so if anyone out there can make some changes to it, that will do so well for me!
     
    BONUS: Fighter's Pass Vol. 2 Fighters for SSBU ITTL
  • So far, the fighters for the second fighter's pass from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate ITTL are Min-Min (ARMS) and Steve (Minecraft). Also, while not part of the second fighter's pass, Koro from KoroTimes is also a DLC fighter.

    As for the rest? Well, that's up to me.
     
    2020 (Part 1): Stepping into New Horizons
  • So far, for Nintendo, a few Nintendo movies that have been released were based on Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy’s Kong Quest, Fire Emblem, Alex Kidd, and another sequel to The Super Mario Movie. The details for these movies are unknown right now.

    Speaking of Fire Emblem, Nintendo has announced that they should make a reboot of the Fire Emblem series just in time for the first Fire Emblem game’s 30th anniversary.

    Also, did you know that Nintendo managed to buy Taito, ZUN, and LizardTown?

    Also, Nintendo released Animal Crossing: New Horizons on the Nintendo Switch.

    That’s part 1 of 2020 ITTL, so stay tuned for part 2!
     
    Just some off-topic stuff to think of.
  • First off, Donald Trump never became president as of 2016 ITTL, but some well-known American person is! Any ideas on who it is?

    Second, when Sega gets to the Sonic Adventure season of the Sonic anime (Project Sonic the Hedgehog/Sonic and the Stories of Mobius), there are plans of adding a human character joining Sonic and the crew known as "Chris Thorndyke", but the focus group hated him all because he takes up way more screen time than Sonic and the crew, so he was scrapped because of that. But, that wasn't until a story arc that serves a prequel to Sonic Forces (refer to this in here), albeit as a villain known as "Dr. Thorndyke" and has a personality and backstory similar to Syndrome (Pixar's The Incredibles)'s. I know that sounds weird, but stick with it.

    That is all.
     
    2020 (Part 2): The Return of Fire Emblem
  • So IOTL, Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light is finally gonna be released outside of Japan on the Nintendo Switch? Looks like the timing is perfect, because Fire Emblem is gonna be rebooted ITTL!
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    Imagine this image you see here, except modernized!
    Ever since Codename: S.T.E.A.M. and Golden Sun left Fire Emblem in the dust, things are going slow for the Fire Emblem fandom, but at least they still have Warriors of the Other World (the indie spiritual successor to the Fire Emblem series)) to fill that void (and there’s even a sequel to Warriors of the Other World in the works). However, unbeknownst to anyone, the Fire Emblem reboot has been in the works thanks to the success of Warriors of the Other World, and here we are, with this Fire Emblem reboot! Imagine this as a retelling of Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light, but with the graphics of OTL’s Fire Emblem: Three Houses and new quality of life elements. Let me tell you, it surely was a big day for the Fire Emblem fandom, it has finally put Fire Emblem back on the spot! Although it’s only 3rd to Codename: S.T.E.A.M. and Golden Sun (after all, the Golden Sun series has been popular ever since the GameCube remakes). But hey, it’s not just the biggest thing happening to Nintendo so far, as you’ll see what happens next...
     
    2020 (Part 3): Road to E3 2020
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    Does anyone remember E3 2020? You know, the one event that got cancelled due to COVID-19 IOTL? Well, since COVID-19 was prevented ITTL, let’s see how E3 2020 could work out ITTL, shall we? Oh! And on a side-note, E3 2020 wasn’t cancelled ITTL, it was COVID-19 that was cancelled ITTL.

    Day 1: June 9, 2020

    As you can see, Koro (KoroTimes) becomes playable in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as a DLC fighter, but not as part of any of the Fighter’s Passes. Next up, The Battle Cats’s Nintendo Switch port gets an English release, FNAF: Console Collection is revealed, as does a sequel to Warriors of the Other World (the indie spiritual successor to the Fire Emblem series), Paper Mario: The Origami King, a remake of the Sonic Rush games, and Puyo Puyo Tetris 2. There are more game announcements than that, but that’s all I can think of.

    Day 2: June 10, 2020

    Notable announcements for this day are a sequel to Super Mario Odyssey, a reveal for XBox Scorpio (known as XBox Series X IOTL), Sonic Movie promotion and tie-in DLC spirits for Smash Bros. Ultimate, a new Banjo-Kazooie game, a new BowserQuest game, a sequel to the Mega Man side series game that’s similar to OTL’s Mighty No. 9, and a Pokemon/Fire Emblem crossover game. And also more information on Puyo Puyo Tetris 2.

    Day 3: June 11, 2010

    Notable announcements for this day are a reveal for the PlayStation 5, a teaser for “Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time!”, a new Ristar game, a new Alex Kidd game, Mega Man Legends 4, and to everyone’s surprise, ports of two Super Mario fangames from Mario Fan Games Galaxy known as “Mario Sky Sumo Deluxe” and “Toad Strikes Back Deluxe!”. How did that happen? Maybe the creators of the aforementioned fangames have shown these two fangames to Nintendo and then, Nintendo figured that they felt so official that they could port them to the Nintendo Switch.

    Oh! And to surprise no one else, a reboot of the Touhou games, so...

    Conclusion

    Next up, the conclusion. It all ends with an Etika tribute. That is all.
     
    2020 (Part 4): Plans for the Future
  • While things are looking up here in Nintendo, there’s a downside for Nintendo. They want to go deeper, as their games, their anime, and their movies so far won’t even cut it by a notch. They’re planning on a Nintendo theme park known as “Super Nintendo World”, new animated series and movies based on their IPs, plans for a Super Mario graphic novel series, a return to what they have worked on before stepping into the video game industry (minus the love hotels), rebooting older franchises, and more!

    Also, something, something, DLC expansions for Pokemon Sword and Shield.

    Also, Ubisoft celebrates Rayman’s 25th anniversary by releasing Rayman Redemption!

    Also, DeviantArt doesn’t make Eclipse mandatory (I should have said that DA accidently shuts down Eclipse, but that would be really weird, even when put out of context). And the 2016 president was not Donald Trump, but a man named “Gilbert Sullivan”. He’s known for convincing China to prevent COVID-19 from happening, has prevented World War III from happening, so on, and so forth.

    Ok, about this alternate timeline of mine, people have been wondering about why my timeline can cause some *clears throat* problems. That’s because of one thing. I think it was rather complicated to explain the details of what’ll happen, so...

    Come to think of it, I wasn’t sure about what to think about in this threadmark. Got any ideas left for me?
     
    2020 (Part 5): 35 Years of a Big Red Icon
  • Wow! 35 years of a certain big red icon? You know who I’m talking about.
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    It’s been 35 years since Super Mario Bros. came out on the ANAVS back in 1985. In case you don’t know, Super Mario Bros. is the starting point of the Super Mario series (even if Donkey Kong is where the Mario franchise as a whole started), but Super Mario Bros. 2: The Legend of the Warp Zone is the turning point for the Super Mario series. Right now, let’s look at the games announced for this event!​
    • Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros.​
    • Mario Kart AR: Home Circuit (known as Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit IOTL)​
    • Super Mario 3D All-Stars (contains Super Mario Castle World, Super Mario Star Palace, Super Mario Sunshine, Super Mario Regions, Super Mario Galaxy, and Super Mario Galaxy 2 now with enhanced graphics and such!)​
    • Super Mario Bros. 35​
    • Super Mario One-4-All: Definitive Edition (known as Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury IOTL) (NOTE: This won’t come out until 2021.)​
    Also, there’s LEGO Super Mario, a new Super Mario graphic novel series, collaborations with any piece of media, so on, and so forth.
    Also, a little off-topic, but I consider having Yooka and Laylee and the other characters from Yooka-Laylee be part of the Banjo-Kazooie series ITTL.
    Things got very big for Nintendo now! Everyone is impressed by how Nintendo is doing ITTL, including Atari! No one can ever beat them! Well, except for Sony and Microsoft, that is.

    I wonder if there’s anything else I should add...​
     
    A little reminder for this time period
  • Is anyone gonna do some more work on these?
     
    BONUS: List of Animated Movies ITTL
  • Remember this?
    Well, about the animated movies, any ideas on what'll happen to DreamWorks, Warner Bros. Animation, and other animated movie companies ITTL?
     
    2020 (Part 6): Thank You Master, Your Quest is Over. We Present You a New Quest!
  • Well, it’s that time. Since 2020’s coming to a close, let’s end this year with this threadmark!
    Right now, Nintendo never shuts down the free Super Smash Bros. Melee tournament thing (or whatever it was called) since they learned that the Super Smash Bros. games was also a competitive game series. Also, they are impartial towards fan games, mods, tournaments, music, etc. (thus explaining why they were releasing the ports of two Super Mario fan games from Mario Fan Games Galaxy known as “Mario Sky Sumo Deluxe'' and “Toad Strikes Back Deluxe!”), but they’ll never shut most of them down, unlike they did IOTL, so they’re kinda like Capcom around fangames, so... (I think there’s gonna be some controversy around that subject........)
    I’m very impartial around Nintendo’s DMCA thing, but they were taking it too far with it. Also, ITTL, Nintendo takes down rip-off games rather than fan games.
    Anyway, let’s get to the DLC for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate so far.
    1. Hornet (Daytona USA)
    2. Quote (Cave Story) (3rd-Party)
    3. Ayumi Tachibana (Famicom Detective Club)
    4. Crash Bandicoot (Crash Bandicoot) (3rd-Party)
    5. Alex Kidd (Alex Kidd)
    6. Monster Hunter (Monster Hunter) (3rd-Party)
    7. Koro (KoroTimes) (3rd-Party)
    8. Min-Min (ARMS)
    9. Steve (Minecraft) (3rd-Party)
    10. Funguse (Super Mario)
    11. ??? (3rd-Party)
    12. ???
    13. ??? (3rd-Party)
    14. ???
    15. ??? (3rd-Party)
    16. ???
    17. ??? (3rd-Party)
    18. ???
    19. ???
    20. ??? (3rd-Party)
    What’s that? 20 DLC fighters? Well, ITTL’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, there’ll be twenty DLC fighters! Now, as for the ten mystery DLC fighters? More details will be explained later on.

    Oh yeah! There’s one game announced in E3 2020, but I never planned to add it into the E3 2020 threadmark, and it was Pac-Man x Sword Art Online: Legends Collide (To promote both the 40th Anniversary of Pac-Man and SAO Season 3 Part 2). Also, that aforementioned game was released somewhere in Q4 2020.

    Also, The Last of Us Part II either got cancelled or delayed or something, Fortnite becomes lost media as of 2019, Super Mario Odyssey 2 has a new DLC expansion thing in the works, the winner for The Game Awards was completely different, and as for the others? Well, Nintendo has announced some new movies, including a Super Smash Bros. movie that’ll be released in 2024! Oh! And also, Super Nintendo World was opened earlier (due to no COVID-19 ITTL).

    Not only that, there are also gonna be some anniversaries for some of Nintendo’s IPs, such as Sonic the Hedgehog, Puyo Puyo, Golden Sun, and more! Also, Yoshiaki Koizumi is now in charge of the Super Mario series after Shigeru Miyamoto moved on to other things after the Nintendo Revolution era was done. Not only that, Masahiro Sakurai is no longer the director of the Super Smash Bros. series after the release of Super Smash Bros. Blast due to having him and his team work on more games for the Kid Icarus series, but he can still leave some ideas for the person who’s now the director of the Super Smash Bros. series.

    And now, for the big event happening! On December 10, 2020, Satoru Iwata (who is still alive ITTL (idea by @SomeBritNamedThom) has announced that he will retire from the Nintendo company, and so everyone at Nintendo (as well as Sega, HAL, Game Freak, and other gaming companies affiliated with Nintendo (as well as Atari (who was once part of Nintendo between 1983-1996)) waved goodbye to Satoru Iwata as he’s retiring, and it has been an end of an era for Nintendo.

    Thank you master, your quest is over.
    We present you a new quest!
     
    BONUS: Looking at TTL's 1988-1999 Nintendo Power Covers
  • Ok everyone, before we reach 2021, let’s take a look at the Nintendo Power covers ITTL. First off, we’ll go from 1988 to 1999.
    1988:
    1. July/August 1988: Super Mario Bros. 2: The Legend of the Warp Zone (IOTL: Super Mario Bros. 2/Super Mario USA)
    2. September/October 1988: Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest
    3. November/December 1988: Track & Field II
    1989:
    1. January/February 1989: Zelda II: The Adventure of Link
    2. March/April 1989: Ninja Gaiden
    3. May/June 1989: TMNT
    4. July/August 1989: Mega Man 2: The Mystery of Dr. Wily!
    5. September/October 1989: Disney’s DuckTales
    6. November/December 1989: Tetris
    1990:
    1. January/February 1990: Batman
    2. March/April 1990: Five Years of Super Mario Bros. (IOTL: Super Mario Bros. 3)
    3. May/June 1990: Super C
    4. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: Super Mario Platforming Games (SMB1, SMB2TLotWZ, SML1, BowserQuest, and Royal Flush: Princess Sidestory) (IOTL: Super Mario Bros. 3)
    5. July/August 1990: Disney’s Chip ’N Dale: Rescue Rangers
    6. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: Ninja Gaiden II
    7. September/October 1990: Maniac Mansion
    8. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: Final Fantasy
    9. November/December 1990: Dr. Mario
    10. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: 4-Player Extra
    1991:
    1. January 1991: Mega Man 3: Dr. Wily’s Demise!?
    2. February 1991: StarTropics
    3. March 1991: Metal Storm
    4. April 1991: Power Blade
    5. May 1991: VICE: Project Doom
    6. June 1991: Battletoads
    7. July 1991: Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
    8. August 1991: Mega Man World: Dr. Wily’s Revenge
    9. September 1991: Super Mario World: Super Mario Bros. 3
    10. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: SNES Launch Games (Never seen IOTL)
    11. October 1991: Star Trek
    12. November 1991: Final Fantasy II (known as Final Fantasy IV in Japan)
    13. December 1991: Metroid: Samus Returns
    1992:
    1. January 1992: Super Castlevania IV
    2. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: BowserQuest 2: Way of the Koopa Warrior (Never seen IOTL)
    3. February 1992: TMNT III: The Manhattan Project
    4. March 1992: The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
    5. April 1992: WWF: Super WrestleMania
    6. May 1992: Disney’s Darkwing Duck
    7. June 1992: Lemmings
    8. July 1992: Street Fighter II
    9. August 1992: Super-CD (IOTL: Mario Paint)
    10. September 1992: Felix the Cat
    11. October 1992: Super Mario Kart
    12. November 1992: Super Star Wars
    13. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: Super Mario Land 2: Six Golden Coins (Never seen IOTL)
    14. December 1992: Road Runner’s Death Valley Rally
    1993:
    1. January 1993: The Magical Quest: Starring Mickey Mouse
    2. February 1993: The Addams Family: Pugsley’s Scavenger Hunt
    3. March 1993: Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Busts Loose
    4. April 1993: Star Fox
    5. May 1993: Batman Returns
    6. June 1993: Battletoads & Double Dragon
    7. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: Super Mario: Lost in Subcon (Never seen IOTL)
    8. July 1993: The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening
    9. August 1993: Street Fighter II Turbo
    10. September 1993: Super Mario All-Stars
    11. October 1993: Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
    12. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: Link: The Faces of Evil and Zelda: Wand of Gamelon (Never seen IOTL)
    13. November 1993: Secret of Mana
    14. December 1993: Disney’s Aladdin
    1994:
    1. January 1994: Mega Man X
    2. February 1994: Bugs Bunny: Rabbit Rampage
    3. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: Super Puyo Puyo (Never seen IOTL)
    4. March 1994: Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3
    5. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: BowserQuest 3: Beyond Light & Dark (Never seen IOTL)
    6. April 1994: Ken Griffey Junior Presents: major League Baseball
    7. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: Fire Emblem (Known as Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem in Japan) (Never seen IOTL)
    8. May 1994: Super Metroid
    9. June 1994: Game Boy Color (IOTL: Donkey Kong (1994))
    10. July 1994: Super Street Fighter II
    11. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: Super Mario Legacy: Super Mario Bros. 4 (Never seen IOTL)
    12. August 1994: Stunt Race FX
    13. September 1994: Mortal Kombat II
    14. October 1994: Illusion of Gaia
    15. November 1994: Donkey Kong Country
    16. December 1994: Earthworm Jim
    1995:
    1. January 1995: The Adventures of Batman & Robin
    2. February 1995: Mega Man X2
    3. March 1995: NBA Jam
    4. April 1995: Wario’s Adventure (IOTL: StarGate)
    5. May 1995: Kirby’s Dream Land 2
    6. June 1995: KoroTimes (IOTL: Weaponlord)
    7. July 1995: Donkey Kong Land
    8. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: The Legend of Zelda: Fantasy of Hyrule (Never seen IOTL)
    9. August 1995: Star Fox 2 (IOTL: Virtual Boy)
    10. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: Mario Kart CD, Mario’s Tennis, and Mario’s Golf (Never seen IOTL)
    11. September 1995: Killer Instinct
    12. October 1995: Yoshi’s Island: A Super Mario Story
    13. November 1995: Mortal Kombat 3
    14. December 1995: Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy’s Kong Quest
    15. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: Super Puyo Puyo 2 (Never seen IOTL)
    1996:
    1. January 1996: Happy “NU” Year
    2. February 1996: Killer Instinct 2
    3. March 1996: Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
    4. April 1996: Earthworm Jim 2
    5. May 1996: Ken Griffey Jr.’s Winning Run
    6. June 1996: Nintendo Ultra 64 Blowout
    7. July 1996: Power Previews
    8. August 1996: Yoshi’s Puzzle League
    9. September 1996: Super Mario Castle World
    10. October 1996: 100th Issue Special (IOTL: Mortal Kombat Trilogy)
    11. November 1996: Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong’s Double Trouble
    12. December 1996: Killer Instinct Gold
    1997:
    1. January 1997: Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire
    2. February 1997: Mario Kart Rendered
    3. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: BowserQuest: The Fighting Edition (Never seen IOTL)
    4. March 1997: Turok: Dinosaur Hunter
    5. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: Pokemon Red and Green (Never seen IOTL)
    6. April 1997: Blast Corps
    7. May 1997: DOOM 64
    8. June 1997: ClayFighter 63 1/3
    9. July 1997: Star Fox 64
    10. August 1997: Goldeneye 007
    11. September 1997: Final Fantasy VII (IOTL: 100 Issue Special)
    12. October 1997: Extreme-G: Speed Zone Ahead
    13. November 1997: Super Game Boy (IOTL: NFL Club ’98)
    14. December 1997: Diddy Kong Racing
    1998:
    1. January 1998: Yoshi’s Story
    2. February 1998: WCW vs. NWO
    3. March 1998: 1080 Snowboarding
    4. April 1998: Kobe Bryant’s NBA Courtside
    5. May 1998: Major League Baseball: Featuring Ken Griffey Jr.
    6. June 1998: Banjo-Kazooie
    7. July 1998: Super Mario Star Palace (IOTL: WWF: War Zone)
    8. August 1998: Bomberman Hero
    9. September 1998: F-Zero X
    10. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: Pokemon Yellow and Pokemon Stadium (Never seen IOTL)
    11. October 1998: Turok 2: Seeds of Evil
    12. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: Puyo Puyo Sun (Never seen IOTL)
    13. November 1998: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
    14. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: Super Game Boy Launch Games
    15. December 1998: Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
    1999:
    1. January 1999: Mario Baseball Blitz (IOTL: Castlevania 64)
    2. February 1999: Mario Party
    3. March 1999: Tonic Trouble
    4. April 1999: Beetle Adventure Racing
    5. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: Super Smash Bros. (Never seen IOTL)
    6. May 1999: Star Wars Episode I: Racer
    7. June 1999: Pokemon Snap
    8. July 1999: World Driver Championship
    9. August 1999: Hybrid Heaven
    10. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: Wario Land 64 (Never seen IOTL)
    11. September 1999: Jet Force Gemini
    12. October 1999: Pokemon Gold & Silver (IOTL: Pokemon Yellow)
    13. November 1999: Donkey Kong 64
    14. December 1999: WWF: Wrestlemania 2000
    15. Nintendo Power Strategy Guide: Paper Mario (Never seen IOTL)
    Well, looks like we covered (Get it?) what the covers for Nintendo Power look like ITTL. So far, we reached 146 issues of Nintendo Power ITTL, so stay tuned for what the rest would look like when we reach the Nintendo Power covers from 2000 to 2012 ITTL!
     
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    About 2021
  • You know, about 2021 so far, I dunno what ideas there will be. Does anyone have any ideas for 2021 in this timeline?

    Anyone?
     
    A few retcons New
  • First off, the 2021 Nintendo Switch version of Miitopia was released, so instead of 2019 ITTL, it’s released in 2021 like in OTL.

    Second, I’m removing the time machine part, probably because of how unrealistic it was.

    So, there you have it.
     
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