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BertoFlyingFox

BertoFlyingFox

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#4

BertoFlyingFox commented on Negative Reception For Devil's Third Is Due To...:

A preview build isnt the entire final release of the game, so I'll wait for that and form my opinion around it.

As for the graphics, they look fine to me. It's enough to get the point across and that's all I care about. As soon as Nintendo figures out how their going to market and release this game, I'll be there day1 to pick it up.

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#7

BertoFlyingFox commented on Rumour: Nintendo NX Won't Be As Powerful As Pl...:

I dont expect them to want to match the graphical power of PS4. Nintendo has never been a company to invest in graphics over gameplay, dont think they'd want to deal with the ballooning costs of graphic intensive games.

NX seems like it'll be more about mixing console and handheld gaming seemlessly. Being able to play something slightly better looking than a WiiU game, then switching it over to handheld and playing that same game on the go. Versatility sounds like their goal here, not just another graphics intensive system aping PS4/XBO.

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#8

BertoFlyingFox commented on Nintendo Seeks Improvement at E3 2016, Though ...:

All I could say is that while their Digital Event was a bit lukewarm, they still showed off things I'm interested in playing. The fact that it all comes out in the near future is the best part, I wouldnt want to see a bunch of video game trailers with no release dates in sight.

That's not to say the other folks had bad showings, it was mostly games with such far off release dates that they couldnt even mention a release window.....but they could mention exclusivity deals.

I usually expect E3 2015 to hype up games in the next 6-8 months, not the next 2-3 years.

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#15

BertoFlyingFox commented on Feature: Five Key Moments from Nintendo's E3:

At first I wasnt too happy with the digital event reveals but then I started thinking of how Nintendo holds its e3 presentation now. Instead of one stage presentation where everything is shown off they spread it across 3-4 days. The digital event was just one piece of the puzzle that could've been done better.

The Treehouse stuff was great to watch and it actually changed my opinion about the things not fully shown in the digital event. Federation force, starfox zero, fatal frame, and super mario maker looked like pure fun.

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#19

BertoFlyingFox commented on Reggie Explains Why Donkey Kong And Bowser Wer...:

Would be great if this partnership meant releasing Legend of Korra and the upcoming Transformers game by Platinum on WiiU.

I dont understand it, Activision and Nintendo always pull off these mediocre deals that result in other Activision games skipping WiiU all together.

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#20

BertoFlyingFox commented on Nintendo Is A Slave To Its Past Success, Says...:

That makes no sense to me. The games that have released sell in ridiculous amounts. Splatoon happened and it has no ties to Nintendo's biggest mascots.

Pitchford is a hack. After that MOBA they're making sells in lukewarm numbers, he'll have 2K churning out another Borderlands with small improvements because they can't think of a way to evolve their game in a meaningful way.

And as for that other idiot, your kids dont know who mickey mouse is because you never showed them, instead you probably played Frozen for them over and over. It isnt some difficult mystery to understand.

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#21

BertoFlyingFox commented on Reggie Fils-Aime Attempts To Explain Why Zelda...:

I feel he has a valid point. With the 30th anniversary of Zelda being next year (I also turn 30 heheh), this year being the 30th anniversary of Mario, and a StarFox reveal already in the cards it would've been too pre-mature. This way they can hype it up in early 2016 through an NDirect then really roll out the red carpet for ZeldaU.

The real question is will the NX console announcement lessen their release line-up overall. I have a feeling it'll be both a handheld and home console with backwards compatibility for DS/3DS/Wii/WiiU.

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#24

BertoFlyingFox commented on Nintendo Download: 4th June (North America):

Backed Adventures of Pip and waiting for a code. Missed something in their updates apparently. I guess they decided not to use the extremely convenient survey section of KS because it's a little too convenient....

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#29

BertoFlyingFox commented on Splatoon Storms to Top Spot in Japanese Charts...:

It deserves the sales, such a good game. Singleplayer is just as amazing as multiplayer and they perfectly nailed the vibe they were going for. It feels like half of the game was made by long lost CrazyTaxi and Jet Set Radio developers, then the other half was made by budding geniuses under the tutelage of the Nintendo masters.

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#30

BertoFlyingFox commented on Parent Trap: ​Splatoon Gets Family Tested, ...:

It's pretty much already devolved into paint roller/machine gun + kraken ability, then get all the clothing that increases special rate. High level players get lumped with everyone else, so some teams will have a few level 15+ players while the opposing team only has low level players.

It's definitely kid-friendly for online play. The balancing is off though, so I'm sure there are a ton of kids just losing over and over until they get tired of fighting lvl30 players with japanese names and ridiculous special attacks.

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#33

BertoFlyingFox commented on Deep Silver Parent Company Koch Media Trademar...:

People are wigging out about nothing. It was explained from the get-go, if you arent backing the project then this is none of your concern. Making games costs a lot of money, especially if we're talking about Igarashi and every stretch goal that's been hit.

local 2player, classic mode, retro levels, an alternate 8-bit soundtrack, his biggest castle ever, and hopefully soon a WiiU port. The game will be made in UE4, something with no support on WiiU so in order for them to port it to that console, they're going to have a hard time. They'll be hiring the great Armature Studio for the port. Ports cost money to make.

It's funny how out of the loop gamers are yet they're still so negative despite not knowing anything about the subject.

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#35

BertoFlyingFox commented on Feature: Explaining Humble Bundle and What it ...:

What would be really surprising and bold would be if nintendo released humble bundles for their actual IPs too. Humble VC Bundle would generate so much money for charities and bring a lot of attention to both nintendo and the humblebundle guys.

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#38

BertoFlyingFox commented on Exclusive: Slightly Mad Studio Head Ian Bell S...:

That just doesnt line up with all the updates they kept giving about the WiiU version. One of their developers even said it was running well on the system a while back.

Then when this whole thing began a couple of days ago, Ian Bell opens up with "OK I'll come clean" which already pins him as being purposefully dishonest for the sake of keeping KS backers in the dark.

It's just really bad handling of the situation and Ian Bell is only making it worse.

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#39

BertoFlyingFox commented on Project CARS Studio Boss Admits to Problems Wi...:

They made promises they couldnt keep, it's that simple. Boasting got them kickstarter funding and now it isnt working in their favor.

Even the PS4/XBO versions of this game struggle to keep a steady framerate, the weather effects make it dip further in fps. Clearly these guys are out of their depth, should've just focused on PC then released on consoles much later with solid builds. But they were in this mode: $_$

@readyletsgo Their development budgets would skyrocket, so I doubt Nintendo will do that. Not sure why you're even blaming Nintendo for this news, but okay. If you do drop them next gen, good riddance.

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#41

BertoFlyingFox commented on Video: The Game Theorists Tackle That Vital St...:

Back then, I thought they had metal legs and metal hands, except for Slippy Toad.

Like when they were given a human form they still had paws, so those were removed to give them actual hands and feet that they could use in combat. Slippy Toad would be the only one that had "hands" since Toads have four fingers in their front legs.

Since then they've changed the design. The metal legs stayed but everyone's hands were altered.

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#44

BertoFlyingFox commented on Composer Noriyuki Iwadare Returns For More Lan...:

I only remember playing bits of the first Langrisser and enjoying it. If this continues the story of the previous games then I'm going to have a hard time picking it up on release....if it ever even reaches the NA region that is.

A collection on 3DS would be nice to set us up for this new release.

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#49

BertoFlyingFox commented on Poll: Is Splatoon a Blockbuster That'll Help R...:

I'm not really interested in Splatoon. When it was first announced I was curious, but after more details were revealed I just stopped caring.

When compared to what Xenoblade Chronicles X is doing with their online component, it's pretty laughable. It'll go over well with the casual and younger crowds though, which is why Nintendo made it in the first place.

The option for voicechat should always be there in an online game. But of course Nintendo and Options dont go very well together. They need to pidgeon-hole gamers into their mindset, then we're all waggling un-responsive controllers during Skyward Sword and pointing gamepads at screens to control an Arwing.

Witcher3 will come out 10 days before Splatoon. That's what I'll be playing instead.

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#50

BertoFlyingFox commented on Talking Point: Nintendo's Plans for DLC and Mi...:

They're in an odd spot now, some things I like and some I dont.

As long as the software is still Nintendo quality and they arent stripping pieces of a game out only to sell it to me later, I'm fine. Their other mumbojumbo is for some other market.