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BlatantlyHeroic

BlatantlyHeroic

I AM the very best.

Male, 17, United States

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#4

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Eiji Aonuma Explains Several Design Choices in...:

I'd like to point out that the Game Theory video claiming Link is dead is false. Link appears as the Hero's Shade in Twilight Princess as a full adult, not to mention he's wearing armor, which means he was guarding something or someone. He might have even been a soldier in one of Hyrule's many different wars, as Hyrule is VERY politically unstable. We also know that the Link in Twilight Princess is a descendent from the Hero of TIme (also known as the Hero's Shade now). The Hero of Time is the same Link that went through the events of Majora's Mask, which in the end are just the story of going through all the stages of grief and accepting loss. Skull kid accepted the loss of not being with his old friends (the giants) like he used to, and Link accepted the loss of Navi, who he went searching for in the first place. Link later had a child with whoever the mystery woman is. Truthfully, he's had a few love interests, so anything here would be just up to speculation. It does seem likely that he married Malon though, as the Link in Twilight Princess is seen living a ranching life before everything goes wrong. In the end, Link's story is probably just as tragic, but his time of death was as an adult, and most likely serving Hyrule once again, for the last time. His spirit stayed however, as his children had never grown old enough for him to teach everything he had known, and so, once his descendant came and learned all of the Hero of TIme's Sword techniques, he was finally able to rest and find peace, much like he had done for Darmani and the dying Mikau. It's funny to think the Hero that saved so many from their grief and anguish, ended up carrying the burden himself...

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#5

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Eiji Aonuma Explains Several Design Choices in...:

@JellySplat They're complaining about changes that make sense lore wise. When you complain about something that makes logical sense, that means you're opposing logic itself in favor of a few stupid nitpicks due to nostalgia, which means they won't be able to fairly judge the game. You can't have a preconceived notion of anything when you play something, otherwise you're going to continue to be pessimistic during the whole playthrough, and thus your opinion will be biased since you had already decided you didn't like something BEFORE playing it, and BEFORE looking for each individual reason and seeing the logic behind the choices. It also makes no sense at all to gripe over something that HELPS the lore, which in turn helps the overall story.

Also, on the whole Zora thing, even after you run out of magic you can continually press the R button while swimming to get the same boost and speed, thus you are able to jump out of the water like normal. Basically imagine the Epona carrots, except you don't run out of them.

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#6

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Eiji Aonuma Explains Several Design Choices in...:

@FlappyFalco Seriously? Do you even play games for the lore? The boss battles now require precision instead of randomly hitting them over and over without needing a strategy. Not to mention it ties them with Majora herself, as they are just extensions of her dark powers that have captured and contained the giants in cursed masks. Zora Link used to bounce into everything all over the place, not to mention you can still swim fast by pushing R, whether or not you have Magic left. The bomber notebook just notifies you when a quest is started, it doesn't give you hints or anything, all it does is tell you when you start one, and when you've finished one. Also, like I said earlier, using the design of the MASTERS mask makes more sense than the standard foot soldier Garo mask. Lore is ALWAYS more important than nostalgia, and with the whole ice thing is just nitpicking, as it originally wasn't any harder, just more of an inconvenience. In a game that gives you only so much time, inconvenience is a VERY bad thing and WILL make people rage.

Majora's Mask 3D is the best version of TLoZ: MM. It's quite frankly superior to its original counterpart, and anyone who says otherwise because they view tiny details such as using fog to HIDE the limited capabilities of the N64, and the not so good control scheme of the original game are kidding themselves and need to take off those nostalgia goggles and learn how to appreciate change where it's useful.

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#7

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Eiji Aonuma Explains Several Design Choices in...:

@DarkNinja9 The old mask never made sense from a lore standpoint though. <.<

If the Garo's mistake you for their master, then the mask you're wearing should be that of what the masters wear, not a normal foot soldier. Wipe the nostalgia from your eyes and look at this from a lore perspective.

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#12

BlatantlyHeroic commented on 3DS Flashcard Users Playing ROMs Online Report...:

I find it perfectly acceptable if the game can no longer be bought from the publisher, other than that piracy is terrible and should be annihilated. Emulating Pokemon Collesseum isn't a bad thing since Nintendo won't remake it or put it up on VC and they no longer sell it. Now if someone was emulating something like Majora's Mask or Ocarina of Time, games that should rightfully be purchased either in remake form or VC, they should be reprimanded and forced to at least pay Nintendo for their "copy".

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#15

BlatantlyHeroic commented on GameStop Pushes Back Some Wave 3 amiibo Pre-Or...:

The pure incompetence. First they were unprepared for the time it would take to make HD games, THEN they were unprepared for supplying enough amiibos for the first two waves, then came the demand for the MM new 3DS, then there's the whole YouTube thing where they want to profit off of someone advertising their own game which is something they're lucky to even be receiving considering how bad Nintendo is at advertising their own systems and games to the extent that is needed for success, and NOW they're still unprepared for the REST of the amiibo waves. They need to get rid of their archaic system.

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#19

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Editorial: Nintendo's YouTube Creators Program...:

Truthfully, I think Nintendo should let anyone play their games and have the free publicity, as money is NOT being stolen from them in any way. Now, if they feel the game is not being represented how they want, then they should be able to take the video down, but if it's harmless and free advertisement for them, they should be THANKFUL they don't have to pay for it. I've decided to buy a lot of games through watching someone's playthrough. If a company is so unwilling of letting its content be shown, then that gives me immediate doubts about the game's quality.

I do think people should have to put work and quality into their videos in order to monetize though. Cryaotic is a good example, and he is genuinely about experiencing the game with his viewers, instead of yelling at the top of his lungs, not to mention he doesn't JUST rely on games, he makes his own quality content with Cry Reads, where he asks people for permission, then uses voice acting to read psychological horror stories that can be found on the internet. I fell like all YouTubers need something they have to put time and effort into in order to justify monetization.

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#21

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Junichi Masuda Discusses Where Hoenn Got its N...:

@Bolt_Strike I really doubt 10 year olds would enjoy sending out their non-competitive Pokemon to get haxxed up in the Battle Frontier. The truth is it is only popular with people who KNOW about the competitive side of Pokemon. Most people who buy Pokemon games just buy them because they have cute little pets you go on an adventure with. The Battle Frontier isn't for the average Pokemon player, and you just need to accept that.

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#23

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Video: Nintendo Opts For Creepy and Mysterious...:

@bro2dragons There's a massive hole in that "theory" (It's really just a hypothesis, as it CAN be disproved with facts). In Twilight Princess the Hero's Shade is the Hero of Time after he died. We can clearly see that he's an adult and that he had possibly joined the Hylian army at some point when you look at his armor. The Link in Twilight Princess is also a descendant from the bloodline of the Hero of Time. What this means is Link survived the events that took place in Majora's Mask, found his way back, married and had offspring (most likely Malon), and then died in a battle before his son/daughter were old enough to be taught sword combat, meaning he was never able to pass on his skills, thus his regret in Twilight Princess.

Also, even though this has no proof in itself, Zelda might have sent Link back to his original time as a child in OoT BECAUSE of the events that MM caused, as she seems to have a very deep link to the Sacred Realm and the other worlds existing besides Hyrule. This has no evidence what-so-ever though.

There is something important however, the Happy Mask Salesman can't be found in Kakriko(where everyone in Hyrule relocated after Ganondorf took over). This means that some point in the child timeline, something had to have happened to him. In the adult timeline, Link was never there to stop Termina from being destroyed, and thus the Happy Mask Salesman would have died in those three days. It also seems that Majora's Mask takes place when Link is at least a few years older than he originally was, meaning that the Termina crisis might have happened only a few years after Link had disappeared in the adult timeline, which ties up the question "If the events of Termina killed the Happy Mask Salesman in the adult timeline, why was he in Hyrule Market during the time that Link was a child and still after Ganondorf had briefly taken over Hyrule and went searching for Zelda?"

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#24

BlatantlyHeroic commented on YouTube Stars Aren't Happy With Nintendo's Rev...:

If you're willing to put the work into it, isn't it only right for people to make a living off of what they enjoy and do best? Not everyone has the right gifts that allow them to get a stable job. I know a lot of people aspergers who get bored and aren't motivated enough to keep a single job because it's just in their nature.

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#27

BlatantlyHeroic commented on YouTube Stars Aren't Happy With Nintendo's Rev...:

Sigh

No one is making money from Nintendo's game content. They're making money from playing the game and commentating, similar to sports officials or an analysis group. Also, editing a video takes quite a bit of time, and if you have a strict time span and have to get a video out every day, it can be quite a time consuming job.

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#29

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Nintendo Launches Beta of 'Creators Program' f...:

@BensonUII You seem to be biased and dislike these people for doing what they do. Just because they have found a job that brings them peace and happiness, doesn't mean that they don't work as hard as you. Video editing can take some time, and require a lot of patience. Not to mention you also have to do a little bit of voice acting so you don't sound boring and annoying, like some "home video".

Also, once someone buys a game, it should be theirs to use. It's wrong if we no longer own the products we spend our currency on. The thing is, YouTubers are getting money for their commentary while playing the game. Not for the game footage itself. If they just put up game footage, it would be boring and uninteresting.

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#33

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Best Buy Is Cancelling Majora's Mask New 3DS X...:

I guess I'll be part of the minority that thinks this is all around, terrible. What matters more, stopping scalpers or letting a family share gaming together? What's more important, material possessions or family?

Anyway, aside from that what I'm actually upset about is that Nintendo didn't have a larger stock. I'd wait for a MM 3D cover, but oh wait!! North America is only selling XLs!

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#34

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Video: A New Game Theory for Pokémon Lore Get...:

@locky-mavo It's his first true scientific theory.

The definition of a scientific theory is: Something proven time and time gain.

The proof of this existing is there, he's just getting the word out. I've came across A LOT of people in the Pokemon community who don't believe that any of this was in the game, or at least, are too stubborn to accept it.

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#36

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Video: A New Game Theory for Pokémon Lore Get...:

@Plucky In ORAS it's specifically stated that the device used to create the portal to the other dimension is called the Link Cable, you can't argue with what's cannon. Using that logic it's only safe to assume that using the link cable on two Gameboys is the equivalent of bridging BOTH dimensions so things can be sent in, and out, instead of just being sent in as the meteor was planned to do.

From what we can tell, the hero in R/S interrupted Groudon/Kyogre before they could begin absorbing energy in the Cave of Origin, while in ORAS it's a little too late for that.

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#37

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Super Smash Bros. Tournament Organiser Steps D...:

@AugustusOxy "I'm probably not going to comment any more on this article mainly because a I can tell the IQ gap between me and my nitpickers is too wide and it negates any chance of a redeemable 'discussion'."

So you're saying that because people have different beliefs than you, it makes your beliefs elite over theirs? How naive and pompous does that sound?

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#38

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Super Smash Bros. Tournament Organiser Steps D...:

@AugustusOxy The boundaries of right and wrong should still stand though. Women shouldn't have to be subjected to harassment. He made his choices, the other side got their revenge. He obviously didn't deserve the job of he wasn't going to be professional. He also shows indications of a pedophile, which means he needs to be shipped off to a desert, far away from humanity. I'd also like to mention that aligning your perception to strict political beliefs seems rather illogical. Why not take beliefs from several things instead of just one?

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#41

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Poll: Which is the Best Pokémon Game?:

@MoonKnight7 Hahaha, but the point remains that they do my friend.

Anyway, ORAS is the best to me. It has dynamics and a better story than any other title available besides B/W.

Although I would choose B2/W2 simply because of that one place where you could make your own mall... it gave me a reason to play after I did all of the other stuff in the game and I wish more Pokemon games had things like that. XD

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#42

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Weirdness: The Pokémon Timeline Seems as Craz...:

@Xilef ORAS SPOILERS: Nope, she says the Draconids have been aware of that world's existence for a long time. The scientists in the space center don't want to believe it, as they're ignorant and stubborn unless they have absolute proof. Heck, they probably wouldn't believe in the existence of Mewtwo until it destroyed their houses and families.

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#43

BlatantlyHeroic commented on Weirdness: The Pokémon Timeline Seems as Craz...:

ORAS SPOILER: Hey guys, it's confirmed in the Delta Episode that ORAS and X and Y have their own dimension, and every other game is in a separate one, where the war never happened and mega evolution doesn't exist. Some of you need to learn to enjoy the plot and immerse yourself instead of rushing.

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#50

BlatantlyHeroic commented on The Legend Of Zelda: Majora's Mask Confirmed F...:

@Sir_Deadly Are you dense? Grezzo most likely handled this. It has been confirmed that they've been working on a new Zelda for the 3DS for quite some time. Not to mention we've already had ALBW.

A wise Turaga once said:
"New legends awake, but old lessons must be remembered. This is the way...of The Bionicle."