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BlatantlyHeroic

BlatantlyHeroic

I AM the very best.

Male, 18, United States

3DS Friend Code: 0962-9923-0016

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Mon 10th Sep 2012

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#1

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Pokémon's Ash And Gary Are Getting The Nendor...:

@Damo Pokemon Origins solidified the names of the characters we see in Red/Green/Blue as Red(your character) and Green/Blue(your rival).

Before this, Gold and Silver canonized these as characters that had completed their goals, and both held their own positions of relative power. Generally when a character is different in both design and canon story information, they count as different characters.

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#2

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Video: Digital Foundry Tackles the Native Reso...:

People can actually notice the difference between 30fps and 60fps? I can't at all. I think this is all just a stigma that stems from humans always wanting the very "best" of something, whether that very best is useful and noticable or not.

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#6

BlatantlyHeroic commented on The New Steam Pokémon, Volcanion, is Revealed...:

@Porky Legendary Pokemon strike me more as Pokemon that are gods ie: they can't be killed and don't die.

Like, Kyogre, Groudon, and Rayquaza are absolutely god Pokemon that live forever. The same can be said for Ho-Oh and Lugia, as well as the creation Trio. I think it's very likely that Arceus creates subordinates to maintain the world and its order, and that legendary Pokemon ARE these subordinates.

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#10

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Review: Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon (3DS):

Okay people, I have a bone to pick with this review. This game should have been reviewed compared to the previous games, as they were just as "tedious". What we want to know is if it's just as good as the "Explorers of" games or if it's as bad as Gates of Infinity.

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#12

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Rumour: A Class in Bravely Second is Supposedl...:

Due to my heritage, I would have loved to have played as this class. But whatever.

There's a difference between stereotypes and just portraying native tribes. I'd like to have representation of us in media, as long as it's not portraying someone else as the "good guy" and us the "bad guys".

Also, calling us "Native Americans" isn't accurate. We're natives, yes, but calling us Americans, when we were the first people here, before this land was called America by people who "swore" only peace while taking our land out from under us, is a bit... mean/pretentious? We are our respective tribes.

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#13

BlatantlyHeroic commented on SNES Title Super Star Wars Coming to PS4 and Vita:

@TwilightAngel Is there anything wrong with shooters though? Seems more strategical and fast paced compared to say, sword fighting. Bullets can be so fast and deadly... you have to plan your maneuvers while trying not to die and take cover. Not to mention conserving all and scavenging for whatever you can. There's a major appeal to that sort of thing, and there's nothing wrong with that. Some shooters have even brought forth better stories than Nintendo could ever dream of creating (BioShock for instance).

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#14

BlatantlyHeroic commented on You Can't Alter The Chest Size Of Female Chara...:

I find this to be a step backwards. As a guy, creating a male character without being able to adjust the peck size to be larger or smaller would upset me, because some people don't have large muscles, while others do. Nothing is worse than making a character and getting stuck with a body type that you can't even remotely call similar to your own.

I'm sorry to any girls who buy this game and find out that they're stuck with a predetermined body type while males get better customization. That's just sexist.

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#16

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Take a Look at Nintendo's Game Awards 2015 Nom...:

Ugh, I hate Nintendo Fans who refuse to branch out and experience games from all horizons, and instead sit on their Nintendo consoles playing nothing but Nintendo games and deeming games from other developers and/or companies to be awful and not worthy.

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#18

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Editorial: It's Far Too Soon to Go Download-On...:

@westman98 You don't seem to understand that it WILL in fact be irrelevant. Not because there isn't a demand, there is a demand. It's because most games that are released recently AREN'T physical. Yes, you get a box. Yes, you get a disc. What you don't get however, is the actual game on that disc. The game itself has to be downloaded off of the internet. Physical copies are turning into glorified steam keys.

Game companies find that it's cheaper not to have as many physical copies, so their solution is to make physical copies obsolete. How? By making them physical digital download keys with extra plastic. They save so much money, and gain so much more if people aren't selling around used copies and pirating the games. This hurts people like me though, because my internet is awful and I just want to install the game from discs to avoid that issue altogether.

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#19

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Editorial: It's Far Too Soon to Go Download-On...:

Discs ARE becoming a dying breed, and ARE being replaced by downloads. I'm not sure how many of you know this, but most PC retail games don't even have the game on the disc. You literally still have to download the game, destroying any convenience of having a physical copy. It's a recent change made by the gaming industry to combat piracy and used game sales. I suspect this to start leaking over to consoles in a decade or so.

Be aware that I'm very against them doing this, my internet is slower than a tortoise, but I'm not an idiot. I know that this will only advance in the direction its headed, and I know that I'll either have to adapt or stop playing games in general. I'm so not looking forward to waiting weeks for Fallout 4 to download onto my computer though... Arkham Knight alone took a week....

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#21

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Preview: Fabulous Fashion and Questionable Gam...:

Yeaaaahhh... Noooooo... I don't exactly play Zelda games for the puzzle aspect, and a game that's all puzzle? That sounds like an endless nightmare. What kills it even more is that it's a multi-player game... that forces you to either have three other people or PLAY ALONE. What.

Also, don't say that multiplayer games usually don't have a good solo campaign, because the best multiplayer games usually DO. That's what makes them so good. Splatoon and Borderlands come to mind. A game should really balance both out, especially this considering that it STEALS MOST OF ITS ASSETS FROM A PREVIOUSLY MADE GAME. This is pretty much just a quicky time waster made within a very short amount of time all just to make a quick buck off of the name. $40 is ridiculous.

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#22

BlatantlyHeroic commented on The Yo-Kai Watch Anime Starts In North America...:

Since its the same voice actor, I want the protagonist to sound like Lelouch Vi Brittania. Screw that, just make the main protagonist Lelouch Vi Brittania! XD

Edit: @Chaoz Digimon isn't a rip-off of Pokemon. Both ideas were conceptualized from totally different thoughts and were unlucky enough to appear at the same time. It also isn't about "collecting" the creatures.

Pokemon: Pocket Monster
Digimon: Digital Monster.

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#27

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Video: PBS Game/Show Gets Into Questions of Ec...:

@Joenen I think it's funny when people call gen V terrible (mostly people who stopped with the first game, you know, those guys who never get invested in a series you like but always find something to complain about even though they were only there during the fad days and never truly cared in the first place? The type that were just there because it was "cool"?) and say the designs lacked inspiration, because all of the Pokemon in that generation were all made to be counterparts of the Pokemon introduced in Generation one. So if Gen V is unoriginal, doesn't that mean all original 150 they think are "superior" are unoriginal too? XD

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#30

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Video: PBS Game/Show Gets Into Questions of Ec...:

I literally completed the national dex in 3 weeks with X and Y alone. It's not hard and people who complain about it have no merit. If no new Pokemon are made then what do I catch now? I have everything. I don't want the same Pokemon every game, that'd be awful. I want new unique Pokemon and locations to discover and explore, I mean, that's what Pokemon was about at its core wasn't it? Discovery, exploration, and working hard to be the best? Did everyone forget that? No one complains when Mario gets a new power-up.

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#32

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Talking Point: Nintendo's Dismissal of Chris P...:

I hate secrets. I hate groups that harbor secrets, and most of all, I hate corporations because at the end of the day they're there to make money. Anything else is just a front so that they can connect to people emotionally. All content allowed to the public is strictly controlled, and secrets are held. I like knowledge, and so I want that knowledge. I think knowledge held is knowledge used for selfish goals. I will have this knowledge, these secrets will become mine and join me in Apocrypha for I am Hermaeus Mora.

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#34

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Chris Prangar, Nintendo Treehouse Staffer Who ...:

@FLUX_CAPACITOR What I find funny is that you're subjecting your hatred onto me for a group of people I'm not associated with. I don't care that he's fired, what I find issue with is when corporations have something to hide and fear exposure for their bad decisions. Institutions and organizations that keep secrets about their internal processes and nature? Historically not good.

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#37

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Chris Prangar, Nintendo Treehouse Staffer Who ...:

This. This is why I'm loyal to no company. Especially Nintendo, which is extremely out of touch when it comes to its userbase.

If a LEGO employee did this, it would be all well and accepted as long as he/she didn't talk about things that haven't been released yet or are perliminary. Merlin Mann talking about the internal workings and creation of things in the BIONICLE story team with TTV was all fine and dandy, as was Greg Farshtey talking about the canonized story and other things within the community. This is something Nintendo should be okay with, but would never do. A business that doesn't properly interact with the community is not to be trusted.

You know what? Screw Nintendo. Lately all they've been are a bunch of PR control freaks anyway.

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#39

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Splatoon's Massive New Update, to Version 2.0....:

@shani Hahaha, I was about to get all ragey on you you before you got to the "unless you're living in the countryside" part. Then you got offensive again and now I dislike you again. Why not live on the countryside, away from murderers, thieves, and greed? Perhaps people prefer to have trees that give air rather than concrete that breaks bones. I'm more concerned with the fact that we haven't became advanced enough to be able to offer decent internet to everyone everywhere without having to pay an arm and a leg for it. You need to get off of your high horse and keep your ignorance and ego in check.

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#42

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Take a Look at the New 'Green Blob' Pokémon:

@Sylveon Umm... You're looking at it incorrectly... That's its eye..

To the people who are going to be all "THERE ARE TOO MANY POKEMON", I literally completed the entire Pokedex from scratch this month, and it only took three weeks of dedication. Shut your mouths and stop being lazy.

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#50

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Pokémon Jukebox Arrives For Free on Android D...:

@tsukipon None of those were main series. Pokemon is single player unless you live in heavily populated areas with friends who actually like the series. Therefore for fans like me, a console game would only improve the series. Not to mention you wouldn't lose out on trading with other friends over Wi-Fi.

@MrPuzzlez Ugh, no. Keep anything anime related away from my better plotted, more serious toned game series.