KingBroly wrote:If it's a title, whether it be book, movie or otherwise, it is supposed to be underlined.
Actually, that's only if it can't be written in italics, such as when hand-writing a paper (which is when everything looks like italics). My English professor said that italics is preferred, and to underline only when a substitute is necessary.
TheLastBlade wrote:Only two games were made for Kid Icarus. It wasn't until Brawl (and maybe past references) that Public and Nintendo interest resurfaced. Which lead to Kid Icarus: Uprising.
And that's all I got.
BS. People have wanted a new Kid Icarus since the Cube era.
And probably even earlier than that, although it'd be hard to document. After all, it stands to reason fans would have hoped for a sequel in the ten years between the Game Boy game and the release of the GameCube. It's only been two years since the release of Bayonetta, and I'm desperate for Platinum to make another.
OP, it also might be worth mentioning some of the Kid Icarus developments that occurred besides the ones related to the 3DS game and Brawl, namely the rumors in 2003 & 2004 that Capcom's cancelled GCN title Dead Phoenix was being repurposed into a Kid Icarus game, and the rumor that Factor 5 was allegedly developing a KI Wii game, something that was mentioned repeatedly by IGN during the better part of 2008 (which only proved to be credible, albeit slightly, when abandoned concept art leaked online). This, of course, assuming you're looking to provide background for the Kid Icarus series in general, as well as the tormented history of getting a new game on shelves after the Game Boy era.