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Glitch Trainer

Male, United States

Thu 3rd April, 2014

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BaffleBlend commented on Review: Meme Run (Wii U eShop):

No mention of the fact that not a single graphic is actually owned by Ninja Pig? Plagiarism is what I've come to expect from this quote unquote "developer".



BaffleBlend commented on Nintendo Download: 18th December (North America):

Meme Run should never have been given the opportunity to get published, because by definition, everything on it is stolen. Just like everything Ninja Pig does is big, fat plagiarism. Remember IQ Quiz, which is The Impossible Quiz except you have to pay for it? The developer should be blacklisted.



BaffleBlend commented on Miyamoto: We Are Working On Ideas For The Next...:

Mario's less the Mickey Mouse who ushers in each new step of development than he is the Donald Duck who thinks he's still a major star but was left behind the race ages ago. New hardware is all well and good, but they should stop pretending that they're ahead of their competitors.



BaffleBlend commented on North American Release Date Confirmed for Duck...:

As excited as I am for the game itself, the best part is that this opens the door to more experiments with the VC. Mario Paint with the gamepad acting as the mouse? GBA games with Amiibo in the place of the E-Reader? GAME BOY MULTIPLAYER?



BaffleBlend commented on Professional Super Smash Bros. Melee Player Ta...:

I'm the second type of Melee player; the one who gave it a chance and liked it.

I thought Brawl was horrible. This one fixes its mistakes. And, yes, it does have some edge over Melee/P:M; there are some really glaring imbalances in the earlier titles, and I know I'm in the minority when I say that removing L-cancelling took away nothing from the strategic depth.

I'll still continue to play P:M as a FORK. A side series, like SF Alpha was to SFII. SSBU is currently the definitive version of the MAIN series. One thing's for sure – With both of those titles having it outmatched in all areas, Melee doesn't have much going for it right now.



BaffleBlend commented on Sony Pictures Is In Negotiations With Nintendo...:

I'm remaining open-minded but cautious. The Sony/Microsoft and Nintendo/Microsoft relationships are a lot more hostile than Sony/Nintendo, so I'm not worried about that. I just don't want it to be an obvious low-budget cash-grab.



BaffleBlend commented on Video: The Top Ten Worst Designed Pokémon Ever:

@Drawdler: Gonna have to agree with you on Cryogonal. Even when I regularly see it in Smash Bros. 3DS, I forget which series it's from.

I did like a lot of G5 'mons, though. I adore my Hydreigon, Samurott, and Meinshao. So I'm not jumping on that bandwagon. (I personally thought G3 was much worse in that department.)



BaffleBlend commented on Hardware Classics: Nintendo 64:

@Platypus101: It was a non-sustainable, short-term victory, with the nasty side effect of slaughtering their public relations and credibility among gamers. Most of the reasons the Wii U is failing involve residual damage from the Wii – once the casuals they were targeting moved onto smartphones, they had neither the goldmine they targeted with the Wii nor the fans they alienated with the Wii left.



BaffleBlend commented on Hardware Classics: Nintendo 64:

As much as I liked Super Smash Bros and Paper Mario and F-Zero X and Gauntlet Legends and the like, the N64 was when Nintendo's "Lateral Thinking with Withered Technology" policy started to actively choke them, and they should have noticed instead of making the same mistakes all over again with the GameCube, Wii, and Wii U. So it's kind of hard to sympathize with late nineties Nintendo.



BaffleBlend commented on Collectors Be Warned, Some amiibo Figures Will...:

I think ones like Smash!Mario and Smash!Yoshi will be limited-edition, too, since those characters will be reissued in different forms with subsequent games. It was confirmed early on that things like Mario Party 10!Mario will be backwards compatible with Smash.



BaffleBlend commented on Nintendo Download: 30th October (North America):

I plan to buy Nightmare in Dream Land immediately. I hope to send a message that I appreciate the fact that they're finally bringing over some of the Europe-only VC games, and I will let them know that on Club Nintendo, too.



BaffleBlend commented on Review: Horse Vet 3D (3DS eShop):

And Reggie thinks letting more of these through has more potential than the Virtual Console. He needs to either get some sense with quality control or step down.



BaffleBlend commented on Nintendo Download: 16th October (North America):

sigh YET ANOTHER completely empty week. I've complained about the awful state of the VC on every single VC game Club Nintendo survey I fill out. Just goes to show you that Reggie doesn't actually care about what's in demand.



BaffleBlend commented on Nintendo Download: 25th September (Europe):

I hope GW Gallery 3 makes its way to the U.S. on Thursday. I've been waiting for it to get released for a while now.

...though, admittedly, with SSB4 about to be released, this does seem like the perfect time to put the spotlight on Mr. Game & Watch.



BaffleBlend commented on Screenshots Disabled in Comic Workshop Miivers...:

@rjejr that analogy doesn't work here. Because it wasn't the tires or engine that were taken; it was a bumper sticker that the previous owner accidentally left attached.

Miiverse was not required, optimal, or even decent for comic sharing. Now get over yourself, use your SD card, and stop acting so entitled.



BaffleBlend commented on The Wii U Version Of Super Smash Bros. Will Ut...:

No.No no no no no. I am NOT buying characters that'll take up space on my shelves and my wallet.

Skylanders and Infinity are the two most hated games of this generation. Who the flying love would follow their example?!
Please watch the profanity — TBD



BaffleBlend commented on Nintendo Download: 24th April (North America):

I... actually think putting on the Updated Rerelease of Yoshi's Island was a good choice. This one was meant to be played on a home console and not a portable, after all, and it provides a bit of fresh air instead of just rereleasing the SNES one... again.



BaffleBlend commented on Nintendo Download: 10th April (North America):

Mmhhh, I think I'll pass. WarioWare was good, but not Non-Portable good.

(And why is everyone still pretending to be excited about SMB3? Even people who hate Mario have memorized every brick in fifty different ways by now...)