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Thu 16th January, 2014

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brewsky commented on Nintendo Reveals New Wii U Footage and Details...:

@Lizuka Yes, because putting Epona in the game and having an extremely large overworld is taking cues from Skyward Sword. -sarcasm-

Do you think that just by having the sailcloth from Skyward Sword means that this game is a carbon copy of SS?



brewsky commented on Guide: The Best Black Friday Nintendo Deals in...:

@DiscoGentleman @TruenoGT

Oh, perhaps I shouldn't have said that, otherwise it'll get people's hopes up. But, I'll explain regardless.

I work at Walmart, and if you work anytime from Thanksgiving morning into Friday morning, they'll give you 25% off an entire transaction. And I work Thanksgiving morning, so I get the discount. I think you can connect the dots from there. Sorry about that, but that's how I'll be getting eShop cards for 25% off, among other things.



brewsky commented on Talking Point: The amiibo Range Grows, Yet Key...:

To be honest, one of the bingest mistakes Nintendo has made is by making an amiibo for every Smash Bros. character. They should've started small, with only a handful of amiibo that are guaranteed to work across several games.



brewsky commented on Target and Best Buy Nintendo Deals Live Now, K...:

Typical, this usually happens every year.

I wonder what's in store on Black Friday, because we still don't know Walmart's, Target's, and Best Buy's Black Friday ad yet, among others. Ooh, the anticipation is quickly rising!

EDIT: Target's ad was just leaked!



brewsky commented on Crazy EarthBound Fans Open EarthBound-themed M...:

Q: Is there a legal risk in making this stuff?

A: We're confident that everything we're creating is legally sound.

  • All of the music from the Album and the Documentary will be properly licensed.
  • Both the Handbook and the Zine will feature original artwork inspired by the MOTHER series — no official art or logos are being used or commissioned.
  • The Handbook will serve a variety of functions, all of which we believe are covered under the umbrella of "fair use": it is simultaneously an educational guide, a critical work which examines details of EarthBound's story, a parody of the game and the 90's environment in which the game was released, and a compilation of facts, techniques, and information gleaned by fans over the past 20 years (e.g. battle techniques, item/character/weapon stats). It will stand alone as a creative work, but it will not function as a replacement for the game's narrative.