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    N64 vs Wii U

    in Nintendo Discussion on 14 November 2019

    SammyGiireal said: bigtakilla said: Xenosaga and Xenogears seem to be doing pretty well for itself, as far as staying in peoples minds. Now will it be talked about in the same light as Mario or Zelda, of course not. We are talking about 35+ years (and Mario I think is creeping on 40 years) of history. Now if there were only a generation where we could play practically all home...

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    N64 vs Wii U

    in Nintendo Discussion on 14 November 2019

    Doctor_MG said: bigtakilla said: True, but people were more talking about game with pre rendered backgrounds and cut scenes. So, even I can agree with you games that were made with full 3D poly to full 3D poly, yeah the N64 would win, But if we look at other aspects of gaming, like pre rendered backgrounds, music, cutscenes, and just how big developers could make games it really...

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    N64 vs Wii U

    in Nintendo Discussion on 14 November 2019

    curl-6 said: bigtakilla said:  I agree here completely *edit* about the OoT stuff. I think historically Splatoon, XCX, and Bayo 2 will be very relevant.  I get that you love XCX, but let's be realistic, it is not and will not be historically relevant. Nobody will be talking about it in 2035 the way we now talk about the likes of Mario 64, Ocarina of Time,...

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    N64 vs Wii U

    in Nintendo Discussion on 13 November 2019

    SammyGiireal said: bigtakilla said: I prefer OoT, and who cares it is a Wii U game. Most who played both at their respective launches will prefer OoT. It was, in 1998 a much better, much more ground breaking experience than BotW was in 2017. That's how you rank games historically.  It is a Wii U game but it is the only Wii U game that actually stacks up against OoT,...

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    N64 vs Wii U

    in Nintendo Discussion on 13 November 2019

    SammyGiireal said: bigtakilla said: Breath Of The Wild will be though, ahead of OoT. It isn't ahead of it now, 21 one years after the fact. OoT remains the highest rated game. Most people would have played the game on Switch anyways. I prefer OoT, and who cares it is a Wii U game. ...

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    N64 vs Wii U

    in Nintendo Discussion on 13 November 2019

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    N64 vs Wii U

    in Nintendo Discussion on 13 November 2019

    Doctor_MG said: bigtakilla said: I do remember people trashing the N64s graphics. There was Wave Race, Mario 64, and even OOT, but there's no doubt where the game industry decided it wanted to go (at least until technology improved). Also, it's hard to argue that N64 games are the worst aged games of all time. I don't know who was trashing the N64's graphics when it's...

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    N64 vs Wii U

    in Nintendo Discussion on 13 November 2019

    SammyGiireal said: bigtakilla said: Okay, your top 50 games are your top 50 games. I'd have a few (to include Bayo 2, Mario 3d World, XCX which would be my #1 game of all time, Windwaker HD, and even the poorly received Fatal Frame V, BOTW wouldn't make it because I haven't played it). As far as N64 games go, it would be Paper Mario, OOT and Mario 64, and those would only make the...

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    N64 vs Wii U

    in Nintendo Discussion on 12 November 2019

    rapsuperstar31 said: bigtakilla said: You want to talk about rose colored glasses, then talk about games like Conker, 007, and Perfect Dark? Game ratings are fine, but which series do you think is going to last longer, 007 or Splatoon, Conkers or Xenoblade, Banjo or Bayonetta? Two of these aren't even on the "top 10" list, but does anyone who didn't live through the N64 era even...

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    N64 vs Wii U

    in Nintendo Discussion on 12 November 2019

    Jumpin said: siebensus4 said: Completely disagree. The N64 games looked polygonal, blurry and ugly – even back in the 90's (just like PS1, which was basically a SNES with CDs). It was the first 3D generation and they should have stayed with 2D during this time. First when DC/PS2/GameCube arrived, 3D games looked decent. Your argument that Wii U always looked a gen behind is...

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    N64 vs Wii U

    in Nintendo Discussion on 12 November 2019

    SammyGiireal said: bigtakilla said: You want to talk about rose colored glasses, then talk about games like Conker, 007, and Perfect Dark? Game ratings are fine, but which series do you think is going to last longer, 007 or Splatoon, Conkers or Xenoblade, Banjo or Bayonetta? Two of these aren't even on the "top 10" list, but does anyone who didn't live through the N64 era even...

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    N64 vs Wii U

    in Nintendo Discussion on 12 November 2019

    Doctor_MG said: The Wii U had some good games, but I think people really over value it with rose-colored glasses. Between 2012 and 2017 the top games (rating wise) for the Wii U are:-Breath of the Wild-Super Mario 3D World-Super Smash Bros Wii U-Rayman Legends-Bayonetta 2-Windwaker HD-Guacamelee-Skylanders Swap Force-Axiom Verge-Deus Ex: Human RevolutionFor the N64 the top rated games...

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    Are games as good as they used to be?

    in Gaming Discussion on 08 April 2019

    DonFerrari said: bigtakilla said: There were a LOT (and I mean tens of thousands) of games after Pong was released to the time online updates, season passes, loot box's became a thing and those games for the most part worked great. Get off the pong thing. There were vast improvements in gaming till about the PS2, Dreamcast, Gamecube, and Xbox era. I would say the Wii and Wii U...

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    Are games as good as they used to be?

    in Gaming Discussion on 08 April 2019

    DonFerrari said: VAMatt said: When games are broken now, they can be fixed.  Maybe you weren't gaming in the 80s and 90s  But, I was.  Back then, sometimes you'd get literally stuck in a game, with not choice but to restart.  That also meant huge lost progress, because of the relatively save options.  Sometimes, you'd get stuck in a glitch in the final...

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    Are games as good as they used to be?

    in Gaming Discussion on 06 April 2019

    SuperRetroTurbo said: With all due respect. Fuck no. ^ You win the internet sir....

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    Are games as good as they used to be?

    in Gaming Discussion on 06 April 2019

    zygote said: Some are. And I think the ones that are quickly rise to the top of the fandom. Not always the charts. Like Persona 5. It echoes the best of the PS2 generation. Zelda BoTW feels impactful in gameplay like Mario 64 or Zelda OoT did at first. Granted BoTW isn't as successful with story and epic twists, but it felt new, fresh, and eye opening. Octopath is also amazing. Hollow...

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    Are games as good as they used to be?

    in Gaming Discussion on 06 April 2019

    VAMatt said: bigtakilla said: How many examples of games simply not working properly (Assassin's Creed Unity, Mass Effect Andromeda, Arkham Knight, Battlefield 4, ect) or release without any substantial content until later release (No Man's Sky, Sea Of Thieves, Evolve, Anthem, Fallout 76, ect). Not to mention the cost of entry is pretty substantial in modern times being games now...

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    Are games as good as they used to be?

    in Gaming Discussion on 06 April 2019

    VAMatt said: DonFerrari said: Yes games are getting better and that is why I keep buying new games and anxious for new generations.But yes part of growing is accumulating experiences, so you won't get as surprised as before. This sums it up perfectly.   Only on a technical aspect and if that is what you feel makes a game "better". And even then what I wrote...

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    Are games as good as they used to be?

    in Gaming Discussion on 06 April 2019

    Nogamez said: Obviously games are getting better. Storylines, sounds, graphics, presentation, splitscreen and online play, cinematics. Much more variery in plays styles, 2d, top down, side scroller, 3d, open world, VR. How can anybody actually argue that they are getting worse? Sure if you have been gaming since (like me) the 80s or earlier thay might be a bit stale by now. But the...

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    Are games as good as they used to be?

    in Gaming Discussion on 04 April 2019

    No, games essentially aren't as good as they used to be. Now everything has a season pass. Being DLC is now the standard unlockable characters and costumes are now usually hidden behind preorders or season passes. Once getting together with friends and playing a game used to be a special event, now how many times have you went incognito trying to avoid playing with your friends online because...

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