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CaptainToad

CaptainToad

Let's have an adventure!

United States

Game Boy hooked me on the Nintendo philosophy and I've never looked back. N64 was my first Nintendo console. Favorite games: Tetris, Picross, Animal Crossing, Zelda, A Boy and His Blob (Wii), Dr. Mario, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Games are toys and should be (first and foremost) fun.

Joined:
Tue 16th December, 2014

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CaptainToad

#1

CaptainToad commented on Talking Point: Mario Maker Can Be A Game Chang...:

I'm not very interested in this game at all. I've never enjoyed a build-it-yourself type game yet. Not only do I not care for building my own levels but I generally dislike the user created levels I've played. It may be old fashioned but I prefer my levels made by experienced professionals.

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#2

CaptainToad commented on Feature: A Day With The Biggest StreetPass Gro...:

It's awesome to see a feature on the San Diego StreetPass group! I attend the Los Angeles miitups. They just celebrated their fourth anniversary too. It's great to see other 3DS gamers regularly, catch up, play games and such. If you have a 3DS you should definitely look up your local StreetPass group.

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#3

CaptainToad commented on ​Flipnote Studio 3D Now Available To North A...:

This morning I was able to log on to Club Nintendo and claim my free download. However, the site froze before it displayed the download code. Since then I haven't been able to log in. I sure hope I'm still able to download the game later.

Nintendo really needs to work on making their sites more accessible during high traffic times. It's highly frustrating. Especially when users miss out on things due to the site crashing.

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#4

CaptainToad commented on Poll: Do Video Game Reviews Need To Have A Score?:

Labels are better than numbers for reviewing games. Number scores only cause flame wars over a game getting a 7.5 when it "really deserved" an 8.5. In that case, either score means the game is recommended and a worthy purchase. "Vital" "Recommended" and "Avoid" are much more helpful than meaningless numbers.