Davide Soliani, Creative Director/Developer at Ubisoft cried as Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle was introduced by Shigeru Miyamoto at Ubisoft's E3 2017 Press Conference. Easily the most heart-felt moment of E3 2017. Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle comes to Nintendo Switch 8/16/17.
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Truly one of the greatest moments out of E3 we got this year. Even now as the year comes to a close, I look back here and think of the heart he put into this game to not only bring enjoyment to us but also for it to be so spectacular that even Miyamoto himself gave you praise. All I can say is that if Zelda and Mario weren't released this year, there would have been a very good chance that Kingdom Battle could have been seen as the best Switch game we got this year.
Thought the game was going to be shit because it had rabbids but the dedication shown by this developer convinced me to give it a shot. The work he put in it shows, despite using one of the most hated gaming characters in the industry right now (rabbids) he created a genuinely good and funny game much higher in quality than any rabbids game before, that takes a large amount of talent. Nintendo truly is lucky to have developers as dedicated as him and I'm excited to see what he will be able to create next.
I originally thought that it was purely pride that had him like this, and I thought it was nice, but now that I think about it during the leak everyone trashed the concept and said it'd be terrible. The crowd reaction and Miyamoto himself saying it was something to be proud of, that had to be an intense feeling of relief that'd be hard to describe. If three years of my life had been put into this work of love, then I was told it was garbage, and then the people saying it was garbage was proven wrong by experiencing the project, I'd most certainly cry too.
As someone who held off on picking up _Mario + Rabbids_ until just a month ago, I wholeheartily recommend you give it a shot. By the time I reached the endpoint of my playthrough more than forty hours after it had started (bearing in mind that I went out of my way that whole time to experience all the side content; one of the game's biggest merits is that it rewards you for putting in as much or as little time into it as you feel compelled to), the game had blown past almost every expectation I'd had for it when I went in (and having heard almost nothing but praise for the game in the months since its release, those expectations were actually set pretty high).
People might think this game is silly...but seeing this man get emotional, getting praises from his role model....That's something else. I hope this game sells well...I'm not interested in it, but it honestly doesn't look half bad AT ALL...Pretty creative. Nice graphic, XCOM-like mechanics....Shit, when I see reviews of this game, I might consider even trying it out.
I think Nintendo really cut through the forced crap that other companies try in their presentations to just get right to what it means to game: having fun. This was such an amazing moment at E3 and I love the passion and humility you can see in this guy. Plus, XCom meets Mario? Yes please!!!
Yep! Look up the video "Grant Kirkhope Finds Out He's Writing Music For Mario" sometime; Grant mentions in an interview that it was him who reached from offscreen to nudge Davide Soliani into standing up for the applause he was receiving. Just when you thought it wasn't possible for that clip to get any more heartwarming...
Son i felt for this moment hardcore they've been working on this game for 3+ years and to see your work realized on stage and with everyone supporting it. That must of been the most heartwarming tear forming moment. Fantastic video as always man 👌
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