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CharlieLoneWolf

CharlieLoneWolf

United States

I have a fire inside.

Joined:
Fri 27th December, 2013

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CharlieLoneWolf

#2

CharlieLoneWolf commented on Nintendo To Welcome 3000 Fans For Live Super S...:

Nintendo will absolutely dominate E3 this year! I live an hour and a half from Los Angeles. Sadly, I have to work and I also don't have a working car at the moment. Agh! Still, I'm excited as hell for E3, especially for the Nintendo-related events and unveilings.

CharlieLoneWolf

#5

CharlieLoneWolf commented on Mario Kart Month: Mario Kart 8 Character Profi...:

I love all these new racers, but I would have loved to race as Professor E. Gadd from Luigi's Mansion. Or II Piantissimo from Super Mario Sunshine. Some more obscure characters, you know? Oh well. Maybe next time. Still hyped as hell for Mario Kart 8!

CharlieLoneWolf

#7

CharlieLoneWolf commented on Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn Slam Dunks Its Fundin...:

The original was wacky as hell. Hopefully this new one has great gameplay, while retaining the original's quirkiness. Shaq rules! I watched Kazaam so much when it was released. Another completely nuts thing that Shaq was involved in. Haha

CharlieLoneWolf

#8

CharlieLoneWolf commented on Review: Super Mario Advance 3: Yoshi's Island ...:

This is one of the most unique, challenging, and fun platformers ever crafted. Yes, the GBA version has slightly inferior sound and special effects, but it also has extra levels and for the most part it is a faithful port. I still have my GBA cartridge and I play it on my TV with my GameCube's GameBoy Player, so I don't think I'll get this, but for anyone else that hasn't yet played this gem, I highly recommend it! This is Yoshi at his best.

CharlieLoneWolf

#11

CharlieLoneWolf commented on New Instalment In The Popular Fatal Frame Fran...:

This better come to the west (North America included, not just Europe.) I'd definitely buy this. Sounds like a hell of a game. I've never plaued a Fatal Frame title, and a Wii U Fatal Frame with the GamePad seems like it'd be the perfect introduction to the series.

CharlieLoneWolf

#12

CharlieLoneWolf commented on Forgotten Classics: Resident Evil Code: Veronica:

@Sleepy_JL

Buy it for the XBLA. The GameCube version is somewhat rare, and it typically sells for around $40 used. If you have a PS2, you can get that version too. The PS2 version is dirt cheap. I bought the GC version so I could complete my Resident Evil collection for the GameCube, otherwise I would have gotten one of those other cheaper ones.

CharlieLoneWolf

#14

CharlieLoneWolf commented on Ubisoft Expects Watch_Dogs To Be One Of The Bi...:

I'll wait for the Wii U version. I understand concerns about the Wii U version's delay situation, and how it will most likely result in poor sales, but I don't care about that. I'll buy it when it's released and enjoy it. It's all us Wii U supporters can really do. At least we're getting the game in the first place, and with unique GamePad features, too.

CharlieLoneWolf

#15

CharlieLoneWolf commented on Forgotten Classics: Resident Evil Code: Veronica:

I originally had this for the Dreamcast and then sold it. Now I own the GameCube version. I like the game, bit I have to agree with some people; the plot is a bit too wacky, and the lack of pre-rendered backgrounds does suck a bit of the atmosphere away. But all in all, it's enjoyable and it serves as a better sequel to Resident Evil 2 than Nemesis does. Even Capcom have admitted that this was the true succesor to RE2.

CharlieLoneWolf

#16

CharlieLoneWolf commented on Tinie Tempah Shows the Love for Mario and High...:

I agree with him fully. It's pretty awesome that he's played more recent Mario games as well; it proves that he really does love the series and that it made enough of an impact on him as a kid for him to keep being interested in it as an adult. Nice to see some positive comments thrown in Nintendo's direction.

CharlieLoneWolf

#17

CharlieLoneWolf commented on Artwork: When Nintendo Finally Gets Around To ...:

I think they look baddonkey. I wouldn't mind a more realistic art style. I like when Nintendo experiments with art styles within franchises (like the many looks that Zelda games have had, and the unique look that Yoshi's Island had after Super Mario World).
Please watch the profanity — TBD

CharlieLoneWolf

#21

CharlieLoneWolf commented on Weirdness: This Super Mario 64 Fan Remake is F...:

The only thing I don't like too much is that it looks too dark and gritty. Part of the charm of Super Mario games is the bright, whimsical worlds. But, he did say that the visuals weren't final and that he was still working on them. I'd love it if he somehow got far enough into the project to be able to remake the whole game, although that's just wishful thinking. Overall, I applaud his effort. This is really cool.

CharlieLoneWolf

#25

CharlieLoneWolf commented on Prolific Video Game Box Art Illustrator Greg M...:

I love all his artwork. He definitely had a
distinct style that is easily identifiable. His
artwork for the Sonic games is very near
and dear to me. Just looking at it floods
me with wonderful childhood memories. I
played through Adventure Island on the
GameBoy for the first time a few months
ago. It’s cool to see that he was a part of
that too. Also, who doesn’t love Hannah-
Barbera? That studio is responsible for
some of the greatest, most iconic cartoons
ever. Rest In Piece, Martin. You came, saw
and conquered as far as I’m concerned.

moment of silence

CharlieLoneWolf

#26

CharlieLoneWolf commented on Feature: The Biggest Wii U Games of 2014:

@DerpSandwich 2013 was undoubtably the 3DS's year. The amount of quality releases is a bit overwhelming, although it's hard to complain. I feel like Nintendo have something similar planned for the Wii U. There are still many unnanounced Wii U games. But for now, I think everyone can keep themselves very busy with their 3DS.

CharlieLoneWolf

#27

CharlieLoneWolf commented on Feature: The Biggest Wii U Games of 2014:

@DerpSandwich I see what you mean. Playing online is a different experience than playing with friends in the same room. Personally, I prefer local multiplayer, but having an online option is awesome since friends aren't always available to play locally. Thankfully, there's plenty of awesome games coming out this year for Wii U, so you'll have at least a few amazing titles to play instead of Smash Bros.

CharlieLoneWolf

#29

CharlieLoneWolf commented on Eurogamer's Game of the Year is a Nintendo Winner:

A well-deserved award for a masterfully crafted game. Super Mario 3D World and A Link Between Worlds have both gotten GotY Awards, and hopefully more sites reward them as well. Nintendo is like an ever-flowing waterfall of creativity and fun. After all these years, they're still doing brilliant things.