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Dang it! I was going to ask you about Tropical Freeze. Looks like I'll definitely end up picking that up sometime.
Anyhow, I' m wondering what you're thinking about Mario Kart 8. Recent trailers have made me extremely excited for it, although I have a feeling they might make some dumb decision in the end. (Like slowing the game down... ugh.)
By the by, I'm going to be practicing hard so I can finally actually put up a fight against you! I'll never forget how embarrassingly bad I did the first time I went up against you... Are you getting it Day 1?
On my 3DS. Next Year.
Also, I flip through all that crap Ninty sends as well. Was the e-mail about the download code not marked as saying something about a Free download code? 'Cause I definitely missed it, heh.
Anywho, how in the world did you die from the first Goomba? Hah!
I died because I am used to the Y/B setup for platformers, not the stupid B/A controls that can't be changed. B/A was perfect on the NES and original Gameboy, but it isn't with the rearranged SNES layout.
Also congrats on 200k profile views, for what it's worth! :P
And yeah, I have the most profile views by far. I am super popular.
I've also got to say, Rol, SM3DW is a humungous improvement over SM3DL. It's better than most Mario games. Other than Galaxy. However, I've yet to play NSMBU. What'd you think of that? How'd it compare to NSLU?
NSMBU has longer levels than NSLU, plus additional game modes. While NSLU's adventure is harder than NSMBU, NSMBU's challenge mode is harder than NSLU. Although difficulty can't really be what you are after in games anyway.
Anyhow, that's not true. I don't want a super easy game because then it'll boring as all hell. But NSMBU sounds like the one with more content, so I'll go with that.
NSMBU is an actual full game while NSLU is basically an expansion (it also uses the same world map as NSMBU). So yes, there's considerably more game in NSMBU.
The truth about Nintendo has been spoken.
Today I learned that while 2% of GDC attendees are making a 3DS game, 7% of them are working on a Vita title. We were wrong: Sony IS trying harder than Nintendo!
What's your verdict on DKC:TF? Considering a Wii U for that game.
Tropical Freeze has fewer levels than Returns (57+6 bosses vs. 63+8 bosses), but that's offset by the levels being a bit longer now.
Speaking of which I hear rumblings and echos of Nintendo fans asking for SKU's without the Gamepad..It's progress I guess.
Among the people who asked for a Gamepad-less SKU have always been Nintendo fans. I don't think it's a good idea and more something along the lines of "let's just try everything". Basically desperation. And since Nintendo seems to plan to use NFC and other Gamepad features in the near future, a Gamepad-less SKU is probably not coming.
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DanneSandin said: I used Brain Age and Nintendogs as examples of what kind of games Nintendo could make for mobile devices, but I didn't mean that they'd be the only games published on smartphones. I think Nintendo is still creative enough to come up with new, interesting IP's (or even new spinn of old IP's) to make them stick out and be noticed. And the same argument could be made about...
Favourite Games: Nintendo all the way!
Favourite Music: Trance, videogame soundtracks
Favourite Films: Back to the Future trilogy, Dodgeball: A true underdog story, Operation Broken Arrow, Kim Possible: So the drama
Favourite Books: Blue Ocean Strategy
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Hobbies: Video games and epic threads
About Me: I like good games. I don't like bad games.