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Video maker, writer, time-waster

Male, 23, United Kingdom

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Wed 9th April, 2014

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AlexOlney commented on Video: Watch the Original Master Sword and Hyl...:

@Link-Hero I understand where you're coming from, they're not quite as intricate as the stuff found in films, but nine times out of ten they're making fictional weaponry, so if they made them ultra realistic it might detract from the result.

Plus given the fact that they're probably using the YT channel as glorified advertising means they're not going to be making too much money out of it, focusing more of their time on more important projects.



AlexOlney commented on Opinion: Splatoon Is to Shooters what Mario Ka...:

@Monado_III I reckon if there is an option to team up with friends against strangers online (and there should be), the competitive side of this game could revolve around teamwork and coordination more than simple individual skill that games like Smash focus on.

If this does happen it could be a breath of fresh air, as the only games I know of that focus on teamwork in the competitive crowd are MOBAs.



AlexOlney commented on Freedom Planet Bringing Its Brand of Sonic-Sty...:

The artwork has a definite Deviant Art vibe to it, which I can't say I care for, but the actual sprites and the gameplay look solid and incredibly satisfying. Might be picking this one up when it lands on Wii U.



AlexOlney commented on Review: Underground (Wii U eShop):

@Wes880 Straight from the horse's mouth:

"The US market is our next target: we will definitely release there. It is important for us as there are many medical institutions there that have expressed interest in using the game for training purposes. We're getting ready for US lotcheck and aim to pass it asap."



AlexOlney commented on Toys "R" Us amiibo Pre-Orders Cancelled Again:

I actually had a bit of a hiccup with the NUK Store of all places. The Villager amiibo were back in stock and I immediately ordered one with standard delivery. After a week and the day I was vacating that address came about with no sign of the cheeky little fellow, so I called up NUK to find out what exactly was going on.

After a short chat with one of the operators it was discovered that my item was lost in transit according to their system. I was given a full refund and actually ended up getting Villager for my birthday, so it all worked out splendidly.

I can't help but feel that a delivery driver got a very rare Christmas present for very little though...



AlexOlney commented on Review: Adventure Time: The Secret of the Name...:

@Samuel-Flutter I'm in the minirity of people as I actually enjoyed ETDBIDK a fair amount. It's not my favourite game by any means, but I had a lot of fun with it.

I played the Xbox 360 version from start to finish with a friend of mine, and let me tell you, it's so much better as a multiplayer game. One of the things many critics slammed was that it was too easy, but once you get to the later levels (and unlock the Nightosphere) it's actually one hell of a challenge.

I'd say pick it up if you can find it for less than £20/$30, but only if you have someone else to play with who's also a big AT fan.