I did that story because it had been so long since I've played any Twisted Metal game. I had the same fears about me liking that style of game again, but after the refresher I can't wait for the game to release. Multiplayer has come a long way since the release of Twisted Metal Black.
Nintendo has spent the last hardware generation with underpowered gaming systems between the Wii and DS. With the announcment of Project Cafe rumors suggest that Nintendo is focusing more on graphics and power with their system. If there is a focus on graphics they are going to need to prove the systems capabilities right out the of the gate. I believe there is no better developer to put trust in accomplishing this more than Retro Studios.
Retro has developed some of the finest looking and playing games for both the Wii and Gamecube. They have primarily made Metroid games with the Prime series, and many would assume they would continue the series on the new system. I would prefer to see their next game be entirely original, and they have shown they could do more than Metroid games after releasing Donkey Kong Country Returns in 2010. Although I wouldn't neccessarily be dissapointed with a new Metroid.
Would anyone else like to see Retro develop a launch title, or is there another developer some would like to see in the launch window?
Reports have been surfacing on the 3DS's devlopment costs, and it turns out its cost is 3 times more to develop than the current generation of the Nintendo DS. This is probably responsible for the higher price tag to inevitably come attached the US launch of the 3DS.
Knowing the development costs do you find the possible $249-$299 price tag a good or bad deal?