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Burn

Burn

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#6

Burn commented on Samurai Warriors: Chronicles 3 Is Slashing Its...:

Oh really... Even though the first one received so-so reviews (poor draw distance, low enemy count), I really enjoyed it.

I wonder if the name will change for the NA release, seeing that the 2nd game never made it here.

Burn

#19

Burn commented on Hardware Classics: Sega Mega CD:

I'm indebted to my wife for buying me a SEGA CD console this last Christmas, finalizing my Genesis/32X "tower of power."

I'm in love with the system and it's been a lot of fun digging up games at thrift stores and flea markets, all thanks to the SEGA CD's obscurity in the American market.

Burn

#21

Burn commented on Retro City Rampage Gets Beefed Up on WiiWare W...:

Excellent! The reason why I never upgraded to the 3DS version was because I never finished it on WiiWare. If it ever came to the Wii U eShop, I'd hope there would be an upgrade option available, similar to paying $1 and $1.50 for NES/SNES games.

Burn

#26

Burn commented on Hardware Classics: Bandai WonderSwan:

Great article! I've been reading up on the WonderSwan since Valentines Day; my wife bought me a color system plus "Gunpey EX" and "Rhyme Rider Keroican."

Besides the numerous puzzle and action games, I would love to find more games that don't require much Japanese reading skills to enjoy. Does anyone have any recommendations? I've been closely looking at "Mobile Suit Gundam MSVS", but I can't tell what the gameplay is like. Same goes for that single 'Neon Genesis Evangelion' title on the system.

Burn

#43

Burn commented on Monster Hunter 3 G on 3DS to Go Online Via Wii...:

Hm, what? That sounds unnecessary. If you are a Monster Hunter fan and you already own a 3DS and a Wii U, wouldn't it be logical to buy the Wii U version so you can play online? I wonder what the LAN adapter accomplishes that the 3DS hardware cannot.

Burn

#47

Burn commented on Review: Fist of the North Star: Ken's Rage 2 (...:

If KR2 was a retail release, I would feel safe renting it or waiting until it hit the bargain bin. The eShop price of $59.99 is completely unjustified. Maybe we'll see a price drop or sale in the future.