One thing that I forgot to mention is that back when the Playtonic Games didn't put the forums, I used to send two letters to the Playtonic's general enquiries email, about their company. The first letter was about how they should release Project Ukulele to the audience, and if one of their future games was, get this, remaking Donkey Kong 64 for the Nintendo 3DS/New Nintendo 3DS.
I don't know if it's a good idea to you guys, but IMO, it seems like a good idea to me.
Why Donkey Kong 64, you ask? Think about this for a second: even though Donkey Kong 64 was developed by Rare at that time, it was strange that Nintendo never put that game in their Virtual Console store for the Wii or the WiiU. (Despite the fact that Donkey Kong COMPLETELY belongs to Nintendo, and nobody else.)
Why do I bring this up? Because recently, Nintendo finally put the original, Rare-made, Donkey Kong Country/Donkey Kong Land trilogy to their Nintendo eShop's Virtual Console, after many, many, MANY years of negotiations between Nintendo and the-now-owned-by-Microsoft Rare company.
Don't believe me? Here's the another and even another article, this time from .
It would be awesome if Playtonic Games, which is composed of former Rare employees, developed a Nintendo 3DS remake of Donkey Kong 64, considering that there's still a hype train of games being remade for this specific console.
"INSERT TO F***ING BOX!"