A Rhythm Heaven Anime?

Would you like to see a Rhythm Heaven anime?

  • That would be amazing.

    Votes: 2 28.6%
  • No, it wouldn't work.

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • I wouldn't mind, but there are other IPs I like to see Nintendo adapt before Rhythm Heaven.

    Votes: 4 57.1%
  • I don't care.

    Votes: 1 14.3%

  • Total voters
    7

TB100

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Jesus Christ this board is empty! Let's give it some activity shall we.

This video is a opening for a fan made rhythm heaven anime. (Which is not happening by the way,) But I want to know, is this something you want Nintendo to do? I think it could work personally, And that video is practically proof as to why I think it could work. From a art and animation point of view that is, as the style translates really well to animation. as far as story goes though? Hmmmm I don't know really, maybe adapt the tibby storyline from Megamix, Or come up with something completely original ¯\_( ツ)_/¯. Basically what i'm saying is, would you like to see a Rhythm Heaven anime? And if you do, how would you like it to be done?
 
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Count Cannoli

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Huh... What are the odds... I actually found that video on accident yesterday aswell.
As much as i like the idea of Gaming franchises getting their own anime series (Like a comedy featuring the Wario Ware Gang or a science-fiction Thriller with the Metroid Cast)... i think Nintendo prefers to stay away from the movie and series media.
They have some pretty bad experiences with them (See Captain N and the Super Mario Show).

I am aware that there are some good Video Game Movies/Series but the bad ones are way more.
Many people are pessimistic about them because of that.
 

TB100

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Huh... What are the odds... I actually found that video on accident yesterday aswell.
As much as i like the idea of Gaming franchises getting their own anime series (Like a comedy featuring the Wario Ware Gang or a science-fiction Thriller with the Metroid Cast)... i think Nintendo prefers to stay away from the movie and series media.
They have some pretty bad experiences with them (See Captain N and the Super Mario Show).

I am aware that there are some good Video Game Movies/Series but the bad ones are way more.
Many people are pessimistic about them because of that.
Funny you say that, because http://www.theverge.com/2016/5/16/11681150/nintendo-movies-nx-launch-kimishima-interview
If anything, in these last two years, Nintendo is more interested then ever to expand into other territories. Especially with the Universal Deal, Mario's appearence at this years Summer Olympics & other public appearences, The World of Nintendo toyline from Jaks Pacific, & the various collaborations with other Companies, (Gaming or Otherwise) All of that, combined with Amiibo, the NES Classic, Nintendo's venture onto Mobile & that article above, shows a Nintendo that we haven't really seen since the 80s & 90s. Now whatever this works out in the long term or not, is something that we'll have to see for ourselves.
 
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Sounds good but there is definitely some other IPs i wanna see before rhythm heaven though, like Zelda then F-Zero then maybe Punch-Out and after that a rhythm heaven anime.
 

TB100

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Sounds good but there is definitely some other IPs i wanna see before rhythm heaven though, like Zelda then F-Zero then maybe Punch-Out and after that a rhythm heaven anime.
I definitely agree with you here. While rhythm heaven will work as a anime, I think there are IPs that ultimately deserve a anime way more then Rhythm Heaven. (The Legend of Zelda and Kid Icarus would be obvious choices.) oh yeah, F-Zero does have a anime actually.
https://myanimelist.net/anime/3101/F-Zero__Falcon_Densetsu
I'm not sure Punch Out world work though, due to it being more well known in the west then in Japan. (But then again, Sonic did get an OVA in the 90s and a somewhat popular Anime in the early 2000s and he's not very popular in Japan also, so who knows.)
 
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