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Reggie Fils-Aime Appearing at The Game Awards in December

by Alex Osborn - November 12, 2014, 8:59 am PST
Total comments: 27 Source: The Game Awards

His body is ready!

Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime will be making an appearance at The Game Awards 2014, a new awards show produced by GTTV's Geoff Keighley.

The Game Awards will be held on December 5 at the AXIS Theater in Las Vegas, and promises to come loaded with exciting game announcements and world premieres. The event will be live streamed over various online video services.

Last year, Fils-Aime appeared at the Keighley-hosted awards event VGX to show off Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze and reveal Cranky Kong's inclusion. Here's to hoping Nintendo has something a bit more jaw-dropping to announce this year.

What sort of surprises do you hope Fils-Aime has up his sleeve for The Game Awards 2014? Let us know in the comments below.

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pokepal148November 12, 2014

Cranky Kong for Smash 4 DLC

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Rare's new project! Cranky Kong Country: Arctic Thaw!

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Cranky Kong playable in Mario Kart 8 as DLC.

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10 Cranky Kong puzzles for Streetpass!

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Cranky Kong DLC puzzles for Pushmo World!

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Cranky Kong Barrel Racing. It's like F-Zero but much slower and your character just rides in the barrel enjoying the flow of the river but being unable to control the barrel. Actually, it isn't like F-Zero because that idea is over.

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Cranky Kong's Password. It's the classic game show and rules only with Cranky Kong as host and more Nintendo words mixed in with regular words.

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Cranky Kong: Space Marine. Cranky Kong shows these new-gen FPS games how it's done in this hilarious send-up of the genre in classic arcade graphics.

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Cranky Kong Snap - Inspired by the classic DK64 rap, help construct other DKC inspired rap songs with the grandmaster of funk, Cranky Kong, to help guide and instruct you. Then when your creations are finished, you can act as the conductor for the performance of the song in this pseudo-sequel to Wii Music.

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Cranky Kong 3DS themes starting at 10.99 each!

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Hey You, Pikachu! Get Out of Cranky Kong's Way! - It's all of your favorite pokemon with the even more favorite Cranky Kong in one game! Play as Cranky Kong as he battles every single Pokémon in his quest to be the best. There can be only one!

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Cranky Kong Amiibos. With Cranky Kong now appearing in every game Nintendo can put him in, they are releasing 4 different Cranky Kong Amiibos so that you can safely store all the Cranky Kong data you are going to need. It's chimpan-madness!

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Donkey Land 2 is coming to the 3DS virtual console in 2016. Or 2017. Either way, mark your calendars!

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2015 will be the year of Cranky Kong! Take that, Luigi.

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Cranky Kong Adventures - We are pleased to announce that having reviewed Star Fox Adventures recently, Nintendo realized there was an ape in the game that looked a bit like Cranky Kong so they have decided to re-tool the whole game to match the Donkey Kong universe instead of the Star Fox universe. You'll be thrilled when reaching the final boss of General Scales only to have him quickly dispatched with Andross stepping in to face you instead. But oh, snap! In a surprise twist, Andross is also quickly dispatched and King K. Rool steps in to face you instead. He was behind it the whole time! It's gorill-tastic!

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Speaking of retooling, we are pleased to announce Cranky Kong Chronicles X. In order to ensure maximum sales of this massive RPG, the main characters have been replaced with Cranky Kong and company. Can you save New Donkey Kong Island from the threat of extermination at the hands of the Kremling Empire?

broodwarsNovember 12, 2014

The sad thing is, Cranky Kong DLC for Mario Kart 8 is actually a pretty plausible thing for him to announce at that show.

I don't expect much from Nintendo's appearance at this show, not when they have their Directs to better sell their own message. I'd love to see more from Star Fox and Zelda, and maybe even a new Metroid announcement, though (given Reggie's much-discussed Metroid pin at last year's VGXs). Still, I'm sure that won't stop Neogaf from going nuts and driving up everyone's expectations so they can be summarily disappointed, as usual.

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Cranky Kong's Game Peripherial Madness - In this exciting one of a kind game, you are play as Cranky Kong trying to get through his normal day as dance instructor for the Kongs. You'll playing on a DDR dance mat along with a Wii Fit Balance Board in order to show the Kongs our moves wile at the same time, you'll be holding a microphone to sing in one hand and use the Wii Zapper in the other to blast away incorrect lyrics to all your favorite public domain songs. And don't forget to tie the Wiimote around your neck in order to make sure your body is in sync with Cranky's! Best of all, another friend can play using the DK Bongos to beat along with the game (special adapter to be sold separately) and the Wii Wheel which you will use with your feet to turn the camera! The Wii U controller will only display Cranky Kong's facial expressions depending on how you do or support off-TV play. We've got no ideas on how to really use it. It's baboon-tiful!

ClexYoshiNovember 12, 2014

This is the best thread I've seen on this website so far.

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Quote from: Khushrenada

in order to show the Kongs our moves wile at the same time,

Wow. That's what I get for rushing to type that out before leaving work. It should read: "in order to show the Kongs your moves while at the same time,". I'd edit the post but I'm too lazy.

the asylumNovember 12, 2014

I can't wait to see what project he'll announce that Retro's talents will be wasted on this year!

If you're asking that question, the only answer is Metroid Prime anything.

broodwarsNovember 12, 2014

Quote from: Shaymin

If you're asking that question, the only answer is Metroid Prime anything.

I'm afraid I'd have to disagree: the only real answer (as history has shown) would be a DKC track for Mario Kart 8 DLC, a Zero Suit Samus skin for an Amiibo, and a 3rd Donkey Kong Country Returns game.

ClexYoshiNovember 12, 2014

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I can't wait to see what project he'll announce that Retro's talents will be wasted on this year!

Stunt Race FX revival... although, that's kinda what Excitebots is... Actually, what the hell IS monster games doing? the last thing I can remember them working on was Pilotwings.

Mop it upNovember 15, 2014

Quote from: ClexYoshi

Actually, what the hell IS monster games doing? the last thing I can remember them working on was Pilotwings.

The last thing Monsters Games did was port Donkey Kong Country Returns to 3DS. I have a bad feeling that they're going to become a port company now since their games didn't sell that well.

pokepal148November 15, 2014

Although there's a reason why Pilotwings didn't sell well.

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Quote from: pokepal148

Although there's a reason why Pilotwings didn't sell well.

Yeah. Not enough squirrel suit.

We're talking about Pilotwings Resort, right?

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