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BlatantlyHeroic

BlatantlyHeroic

I AM the very best.

Male, 17, United States

3DS Friend Code: 0962-9923-0016

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Mon 10th September, 2012

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#8

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.

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#9

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Reggie Fils-Aime Hints at Smaller New Nintendo...:

The 3DS graphics become even worse with the XL. I can't stand that amount of absolute pixelation. It's just plain disgusting and I hope their next handheld is HD. Gameplay may matter most, but there comes a point when something can be too ugly to play. Some games do in fact look good either way, but things like Pokemon X and Y look okay on the standard model, but terribly ugly on the XL.

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#11

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Feature: Nintendo Franchises We Want to See at...:

@Koz GB -4, GBC -3, GBA -5, DS -9, 3DS -4

5 different systems, and truthfully, you're only supposed to get one version and trade with a friend, although you might also get the third version for its features and what-not, so it actually lists as:

GB- 2, GBC- 2, GBA -3, DS -5, 3DS -2

What I'm currently seeing here are people wanting different experiences. For me, every Pokemon game can be seen with a different light and is a totally different experience, same with every Zelda game. I think that it would be best that you two go out and find a different series rather than hope for a game style to change drastically. It's a good thing you both aren't immortal, because eventually you would get to a point that life wouldn't be enjoyable due to having done everything. You just have to learn how to enjoy things that use the same formula. Find a little bit of comfort in consistency with alterations. Pokemon may come out often, but I find that with each entry I'm not getting bored with the series. Maybe it's just time to leave it behind? It's like having a significant other. You keep the relationship going even though you subconsciously know that he/she isn't what you're looking for anymore, but your memories are keeping you two together even though that ship has sailed long ago. You've just kind a gotta move on to a new horizon. It's the same with Pokemon, the gameplay mechanics and everything else just aren't what you're looking for anymore. Look for a different game series that you'll like better, don't hold yourself down just because of some old nostalgic memories, but also don't say bad things about it just because you feel it did you wrong. No one did anything to anyone. It's just time to move on for some people.

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#12

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Feature: Nintendo Franchises We Want to See at...:

@Koz Okay, good for you? You can say that about almost any game that has a set guideline on how the game is played. You could literally say the same thing about Zelda and most RPG's out there. Same story, just with variations. Same Gameplay with slight updates each time. Heck, Smash Bros. gets away with doing the exact same thing and not ONCE changing enough to make each entry stand out.

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#13

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Feature: Nintendo Franchises We Want to See at...:

@Ichiban We're not going to get a Pokemon game this year... They don't announce them at E3 and all games that happen during a year are announced early in the spring, or announced in the Fall for the NEXT year. The ship has sailed for a 2015 release. The next mainline game is almost guaranteed for a release in 2016 instead.

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#14

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Feature: Nintendo Franchises We Want to See at...:

So many negative comments. I really don't understand why people can't just ignore something when they're burnt out on it or have a vendetta against it. You don't have to buy every game they release you know. Just because you don't want another entry doesn't mean others don't. That's like saying "There are too many Mario games they should stop making them for a while because I'm not enjoying them". There are people that want more Mario games, it's selfish to act like they shouldn't have what they want due to you wanting something different. The gaming community has way too many self entitled pretentious egos floating around. Let people enjoy what they enjoy. If they want a new game in a series let them have that new game and leave your negativity behind a closed door. Move on to something else. Perhaps you should use all of the time you have for placing your negativity on the internet for something more important in life rather than wasting the valuable time of others. It's nerve wrecking that I can't just go into a Pokemon topic without someone spewing their negative viewpoints everywhere. All I wanted to do was talk about Pokemon and have a peaceful time. I didn't ask for negativity. I play Pokemon to get away from negativity.

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#17

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon is Adventuring ...:

All I want is the last main series game(s) to be released for this generation. I could care less for spin-offs that don't even help further the story of the main games in any way. A true spin-off should be something that follows a minor character in the same world as the player character. Heck, I'd play a spin off where you play as the Champion and do whatever weird Champion things a Champion does when they're absent from the Pokemon League.

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#19

BlatantlyHeroic commented on ​Famitsu Reveals Some Fresh Details on Fire ...:

@JaxonH They don't care how you feel. Fan sales do not trump casual sales. Casuals are where the money is at. As a company you'd rather have that game that everyone can get into and play (not to mention they give you a difficulty selection), a game that looks so interesting aunts and uncles will buy it as gifts to their nieces and nephews. A game should not be limited to niche sales if it wants to be successful. You aren't entitled to anything. Deal with it.

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#21

BlatantlyHeroic commented on ​Famitsu Reveals Some Fresh Details on Fire ...:

@JaxonH You see, they don't owe you anything, and you don't owe them anything. You don't own the franchise, they can do what they want with it. Quite frankly, there are people who care more about the story than strategics. Why should your play style have any more merit than theirs? It shouldn't.

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#22

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Nintendo Assisted Monolith Soft With Xenoblade...:

@HorniiGremlin Well, neither of those are HD, but the Wii version DOES have better resolution and is more beautiful overall. The 3DS version however does have the advantage of being portable and giving you a vast world-type game on the handheld, something that the 3DS was lacking before. That said, this game doesn't require any knowledge of the previous game, but if you still want to try it out I'd go ahead and get it on the Wii.

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#26

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Splatoon Global Testfire Demo Confirmed For Th...:

@Captain_Gonru I thought they were an hour? Well.. I guess they'd only be three minutes if they crash hard right away... which is suddenly a very big concern to me because... well... this is Nintendo we're talking about... XD

The whole point of this game isn't strategics though. It's having fun with a bunch of other people around the world, splashing color over a grey surface and covering terrain while chaotically shooting each other and revenge killing. Not everything has to be a competitive meta game or strategic warfare. This is simply about having a good time shooting paint at everything as chaos ensnares any order left before.

I wonder if that's why the stages are grey and barren? Do they represent a unified, controlling, and oppressive dystopian society? Perhaps this game itself is a metaphor.

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#27

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Splatoon Global Testfire Demo Confirmed For Th...:

@Captain_Gonru If they did that, the whole impact of seeing them when you buy the game would be lessened. It's like film companies deciding to stop showing most of the movies in trailers, and people demanding they start showing all of the movie in the trailers again. :P

@OneBagTravel I know right? It's like: "I have no common sense so I need voice chat because I'm not sure if my team wants me to cover the ground in paint or not."

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#29

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Splatoon Global Testfire Demo Confirmed For Th...:

Here's what I think this is: Nintendo is using this as a Beta to test their servers for this game since they seem to always have problems with online and large amount of traffic, thus the specific times are put in place in order to Beta Test and put large amounts of stress on the servers to see if they hold up as well as they're predicting they will.. It's kind of in the name guys.

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#33

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Flygon Was Once Going to Receive a Mega Evolution:

@MitchVogel In multiple interviews Gamefreak has outright denied a "Pokemon Z" from happening as well as anything else they've done before. They claimed that they wanted us all to be surprised each time they announced their games instead. We'll see what comes up next. I wouldn't be surprised if it's totally different from the standard third version and even sequels we've had in the past. Something different is coming... I can feel it. Like a sailor can feel a storm-a-commin'.

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#35

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Flygon Was Once Going to Receive a Mega Evolution:

@Ogbert Hahaha, if you're talking competitively, you almost ALWAYS know what to expect. If anything, mega evolution HELPS Pokemon by trying to level the playing field for Pokemon that just weren't up to the task of tangoing with a Tyranitar. Truthfully, all the Pokemon need a little more balancing done. Although, I long for the days back when natures, IVs and EVs were made specifically to give Pokemon variety and personality, so no two Pokemon would be alike. Humans always have to go and ruin things though. Now ya can't play against people and have a shot at winnin' if ya don't breed. It's something we all have to do now, whether we like it or not. I hate it truthfully, but I gotta do it. :P

(doesn't stop me from using my Jolteon, Milotic, Venasaur, Ninetales, Typhlosion and a bunch of other "not up to fluff" Pokemon competitively though ;) )

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#36

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Flygon Was Once Going to Receive a Mega Evolution:

Hahaha, this is what really happened: Mega Flygon was in the game for quite a few months, but after seeing Gore Magala, Gamefreak decided to take Flygon out and tweak its design to be more inspired by the ferocious monster that we all have the pleasure of fighting in Monster Hunter 4. ;)

@Rhys Actually, Flygon is pretty frail. It also isn't fast enough and doesn't deal enough damage to make up for how frail it is. Poor thing, it's my favorite Pokemon too. I wish Gamefreak would balance all of the Pokemon more so that they all have their own strengths that make them just as viable as the rest. This is why I think they should make exclusive abilities that help a Pokemon's species out when up against something that far outclasses it so that the playing field can be evened out.

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#39

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Akihiro Hino on Why Fantasy Life 2 is Not Comi...:

This is marketing bull for: "We are turning into a greedy corporation that cares more about money than our games and the people that buy them".
I guess pride soils every company once they have someone solely obsessed with money calling the shots. Remember though, pride comes before the fall.

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#42

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Splatoon Release Date, Modes and amiibo Inform...:

@Quorthon Not having voice chat is to protect Nintendo's reputation, as just a single thing kid cussing or a grown up cussing can put them in hot water legally from sue happy parents, not to mention the media could use that to misconstrue information for some type of agenda like they usually do.

Don't like it? Then do something to stop sue happy parents and dishonest news corporations. Otherwise you have no right to complain.

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#44

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Talking Point: It's Too Early to Write Off the...:

Well... it seems Splatoon is literally the only Wii U game for me this year unless something interesting pops up. I'm kind of disappointed with the Wii U and its lackluster genre line-up. This year just seems to be extremely lackluster. Splatoon and Batman: Arkham Knight are the only games that I'm most likely going to buy (they're also good quality which makes up for the lack of other games to play) and I'm not really sure if the 3DS will have anything to bring me this year, seeing as they don't seem to have a new Pokemon game coming out. I'd love a few JRPGs on it.

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#46

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Head Teachers in the UK Issue Warning to Paren...:

Have fun on your slow decline into communism guys!

Let's just let the community (which ends up being clan-like with someone having more power over everyone in the end) have total control over how we live and what we're exposed to. If my children want to play a game like that, I'll be the one that decides. Not the government, not the community, not my child, ME. I'm not going to let my child be exposed to senseless violence, but I will let them be exposed to the real world, and what it's truly like, a little at a time. As long as they understand, then they won't become sociopathic monsters. As long as they're moral living beings that understand right and wrong, they won't go and kill someone.

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#47

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Poll: Vote For Your Ten Must-Play Games On Nin...:

@SanderEvers Trainer Customization is only one thing. It's the only thing that makes X and Y some-what enjoyable, but it isn't exactly the defining feature of a good Pokemon game. ORAS beats X and Y out at every single thing (mainly because X and Y were rushed and should have stayed in development another year) besides the trainer customization, which didn't even have a good variety of clothes. You see other trainers wearing pompous vests and the like, why can't my character wear something fancy like that? No one knows. The very fact that they didn't have a fashion choice that appealed to me negates the whole "character customization factor" from my pros list, since the options were pretty discriminatory towards males. Girls could wear a vest, but a male couldn't? What's up with that?