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GuSolarFlare

GuSolarFlare

441. Posted:

siconlol wrote:

GuSilverFlame wrote:

I don't think the appeal of Pokémon is actually catching them all, since gen 3.

Didn't they drop that since gen 3?

well that explains it all.

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SmashMario

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442. Posted:

Super Mario 3D World is basically SM3DL slapped on a disc with cat suits, Peach, and same repetitive gameplay. No wonder it didn't save the Wii U.

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Falchion

Falchion

443. Posted:

Zelda 2 is much more enjoyable the the original.
Twilight Princess is the best Zelda game.

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OmegaMetroid93

OmegaMetroid93

444. Posted:

The phrase "repetitive gameplay" bothers me. Tell me one game over 10 hours long that does not have repetitive gameplay.

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TingLzAdmin

TingLz

445. Posted:

OmegaMetroid93 wrote:

The phrase "repetitive gameplay" bothers me. Tell me one game over 10 hours long that does not have repetitive gameplay.

Neko_Chan wrote:

Super Mario 3D World is basically SM3DL slapped on a disc with cat suits, Peach, and same repetitive gameplay. No wonder it didn't save the Wii U.

Relevant. Name a game that doesn't have "repetitive" gameplay

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Action51

Action51

446. Posted:

Kaze_Memaryu wrote:

  • Symphony of the Night is, after CVII and Adventures, the worst entry to the entire Castlevania series.
  • F-Zero wasn't good until F-Zero X.
  • Remakes of Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire would be a terrible choice.
  • The PS4 controller barely feels different from the previous generations.
  • God of War ruined the Hack 'n Slash genre.
  • Lunar Knights is better than Boktai.

Good list!

1) Totally disagree, it's the first of many great open-ended combat-platformer style games. Aria of Sorrow being my favorite.
We'll have to agree to disagree!
2) Agreed - in fact racing games in general are one of the few genres that improved completely with the advent of 3D polygons
3) Agreed - I don't understand why people want any Pokemon remakes - the games are all so similar, so new is better? I don't get it.
4) Agreed! - EVERY Playstation controller barely feels different from the previous generations.
5) Disagree - I kinda like God of War, but there have been too many copycats after it's success.
6) Never played those games

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TingLzAdmin

TingLz

447. Posted:

I can see some purpose in Pokemon remakes. Each generation introduces so many things that would be great to use in previous generations. Best example is Heartgold and Soulsilver. The originals feel horribly outdated, but the remakes fix so many mistakes and updates with a lot of new content to actually call them worthy games

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BearHunger

BearHunger

448. Posted:

Action51 wrote:

EVERY Playstation controller barely feels different from the previous generations.

It's no wonder really. ;)
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The pattern was endearing to me, but I really don't like how every console's controller has now adopted this setup. Same old shape, same old face button diamond… at least the Wii U GamePad has a screen and the console itself is compatible with Wii controllers.

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Dreamz

Dreamz

449. Posted:

BearHunger wrote:

Action51 wrote:

EVERY Playstation controller barely feels different from the previous generations.

It's no wonder really. ;)
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The pattern was endearing to me, but I really don't like how every console's controller has now adopted this setup. Same old shape, same old face button diamond… at least the Wii U GamePad has a screen and the console itself is compatible with Wii controllers.

You forgot the very first model, which all of the above descended from:

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OptometristLime

OptometristLime

450. Posted:

Gamecubed wrote:

-I think the Wii had some of the best games from the seventh generation

Together let's be unpopular. :D

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Matty2310

Matty2310

451. Posted:

I really like the 4th Gen Pokemon games. They seem to cop a lot of flack on the internet.
Also, I really like 3DS's 3D effect and always have it on full blast.

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ZurrrrBlattTron

ZurrrrBlattTron

452. Posted:

kirby95 wrote:

I really like the 4th Gen Pokemon games. They seem to cop a lot of flack on the internet.
Also, I really like 3DS's 3D effect and always have it on full blast.

This, I actually want GameFreak to skip Gen 3 remakes and go on to gen 4 remakes

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Matty2310

Matty2310

453. Posted:

siconlol wrote:

kirby95 wrote:

I really like the 4th Gen Pokemon games. They seem to cop a lot of flack on the internet.
Also, I really like 3DS's 3D effect and always have it on full blast.

This, I actually want GameFreak to skip Gen 3 remakes and go on to gen 4 remakes

I think remaking the 4th gen might be a bit too far/soon, since they can already be played on the 3DS anyway and I enjoy them as they are. Plus, I don't know if you follow the Pokemon timeline structure but I think remaking anything might disrupt it since it's events have references in later games. But that's just what I think.
I liked how in those games you could capture a previous gen Pokemon depending on which one of the GBA games you had in the original DS's GBA catridge (I have all of them!).

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Red_XIII

Red_XIII

454. Posted:

Youtube gamers, and not "Casuals" are ruining the industry
Kirby is a better platforming series than Sonic and NSMB together.
Half Life 3 will not be released until valve makes legit consoles
Bayonetta has better representation of women than Gone Home
Now, that last one needs explaining.
As a disclamer, I didn't like Gone Home.
Now, in Bayonetta, she is very revealing, but it is mostly self-parody. And it's not like she is playing the victim either. She uses her sexuality as a weapon (Not literally), rather than letting it attack her. It is rather refreshing, actually.
VS Gone home.
The characters are seemingly fleshed out, but are mostly hollow excuses for fitting in minorities. EG, this one is a lesbian SYMPATHISE WITH HER STRUGGLES
Cultural references from an era NOW IT'S PERSONAL. It comes off as trite, dull and cliché, despite the subject manner. Maybe it's bad writing, maybe it's a lack of character development, but I think that it is just disappointing.
If you want good character development re. LGBT, play Dys4ia. Actually, everyone here should play it. It is simple, but much better told, and much more emotional than gone home.
I apologise if this came of as rambling and incoherent, I just needed it out of my system.

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MamaLuigi

MamaLuigi

455. Posted:

Haha most of this stuff I agree with, and I'm not popular. XDDDD

SO, here goes...

>Nintendo's great at making games, yet only average in the business world.
>Still, being "average" is a good thing when your games are making you tons of money and selling hardware, and you have a better track record than your competitors.
>The people who work at GameStop aren't typical gamers, they're gaming elitists.
>Just try to walk into a GameStop and start a conversation with them, and you'll know what I'm talking about.
>Industry bigwigs in the US like EA, Activision, Take Two, WB... they're so self-minded and spend way too much money, eventually there's going to be a corporate bailout involving them.
>In Japan it's not so much better (Namco Bandai, Square Enix, Konami, Capcom, Tecmo Koei... )
>Kenji Inafune was right to leave Capcom.
>Mortal Kombat has become irrelevant in today's market.
>So has GTA, arguably.
>Pokemon is overrated.
>Only one Pokemon spinoff intrigued me: Pokemon Conquest.
>Bioshock, Assassin's Creed, and Mass Effect are better known for being popular than slightly above average games.
>They're still enjoyable, but it's high time gamers think for themselves.

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swordx

swordx

456. Posted:

OptometristLime wrote:

Gamecubed wrote:

-I think the Wii had some of the best games from the seventh generation

Together let's be unpopular. :D

The Wii had some of the best games ever made. It's well known to anyone with any knowledge on games, which the average consumer lacks and so most only see the shovelware that plagued the Wii. Mario, Zelda, Metroid, Operation Rainfall games, Wario, Punch Out!!, Sin & Punishment, etc...the list could go on forever!

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CanisWolfred

CanisWolfred

457. Posted:

I've yet to see a sucessful console that didn't have some of the greatest games of its time. My complaint with the Wii were how few good games in general there were. I think the N64 is the only other console where I found so few games I actually enjoyed playing.

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swordx

swordx

458. Posted:

CanisWolfred wrote:

I've yet to see a sucessful console that didn't have some of the greatest games of its time. My complaint with the Wii were how few good games in general there were. I think the N64 is the only other console where I found so few games I actually enjoyed playing.

I seem to have quite a few good games for it, and there are still a good number of games I've yet to buy for it, so I'm unsure where the idea of few good games for it came from...

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CanisWolfred

CanisWolfred

459. Posted:

I have less 20 games for the Wii that I consider good, and I'm only missing Kirby's Return to Dreamland and Boom Blox, both of which I've rented. That's pretty pitiful when you consider that even the Gamecube had 50 games I had to have. Considering the amount of games the Wii had, there's really not excuse for it.

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KaiserGX

KaiserGX

460. Posted:

CanisWolfred wrote:

I have less 20 games for the Wii that I consider good, and I'm only missing Kirby's Return to Dreamland and Boom Blox, both of which I've rented. That's pretty pitiful when you consider that even the Gamecube had 50 games I had to have. Considering the amount of games the Wii had, there's really not excuse for it.

It's because the Wii and N64 didn't fill your animeRPG fetish.

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