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ColdingLight

ColdingLight

The Melancholic Gamer

United States

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Sat 12th October, 2013

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#13

ColdingLight commented on Review: Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal World Duel Carnival (3DS):

Let me explain to you guys why you shouldn't buy this game. Short answer is because it's a downgrade. The biggest most glaring flaw this game has is No online play. Let me give you a obvious but great analogy. Imagine playing Pokemon B/W and/or its sequels and enjoying all the online capabilities and then playing Pokemon X/Y and finding out it has absolutely no online play whatsoever. Would you tolerate that? Hell no you wouldn't. The Ds Yu-gi-oh games had online play so you would THINK that this one would have it right? Well, you'd be strangely wrong. Also, this game is incredibly late. I believe there's already a new Yu-gi-oh series out. Truth be told, this game should be 10 dollars. (And even that's a stretch...) I don't know how much it is in PAL regions I assume the typically 40+ dollars which is a complete ripoff. Also, A minor nitpick is you can't even make your own character. (A feature that was in previous titles.) You play as the shows characters, however you can customize your decks, which is surprisingly pointless. You may as well just play with locked decks since you can't play with them online or even locally. I wanted this game to be localized and while I got my wish (More or less.) I didn't know it was a gimped piece of crap.

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#14

ColdingLight commented on Pokémon Trading Card Game:

Thank god... They're finally releasing this game. Please release it in the US soon. >_< This is like one of the few games I would actually buy on the Eshop. Also, please release its sequel. It was never localized...

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#16

ColdingLight commented on Controversy Arises at U.S. Pokémon Nationals ...:

The question people should be asking is Are the stats legit? are the moves legit? In which case, it's fine. If Aegislash really is in a Dream Ball then it's hacked. If everything else is legit then people have nothing to really complain about. I question if this is real... I say that because that seems like such a careless mistake. How could reps miss something that obvious? Or maybe they concluded that it's not a big deal and said screw it. Either way, like the article says : the Dream Ball (Or any Poke Ball for that matter.) posed no effect on the outcome of battles. Chill out people.

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#23

ColdingLight commented on Satoru Iwata Won't Attend E3 For Health-Relate...:

This is actually funny to me. It's like calling in on a sick day for school. Imagine him talking to his teacher about his health! Satoru Iwata : Please understand miss Mizuki, that I'm not feeling well. I hope you and my peers will understand the situation... My mind also kinda thinks he's just avoiding cynical stares and harsh questions. Well, whatever.

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#28

ColdingLight commented on Feature: What Can We Expect From Pokémon Omeg...:

Is anyone concerned that the North American version of the games boxes will have the typical white box whereas other (if not all) regions will have the blue and red box color? I know this is a nitpick but why does North America always get the short end of the stick by Nintendo? Please tell me I'm not the only one concerned...

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#45

ColdingLight commented on Ubisoft Refuses to Comment on Watch_Dogs Wii U...:

I cannot believe some of you are criticizing Ubisoft... If there is one third party company who gave the Wii U an honest to god shot it's them. You all need to understand that a company needs to make a profit at the end of the day, and currently the Wii U is not a profitable system. Ubisoft has put many great games on the Wii U and when they decide to pull the plug because it's not making money you guys criticize them? How about pat them on the back for giving it a try and say You know what Ubisoft? You gave it an honest to god shot and thank you for it Not Oh, if it isn't coming out on Wii U then I'm not buying it at all Here's a wild idea on this site, how about cirticize the WIi U and Nintendo for all of it's massive problems. Biggest one arguably being the continuing lack of third party support. Oh wait, that would mean criticizing your favorite company/console and you simply cannot do that for whatever reason. 'Sigh'

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#49

ColdingLight commented on Iwata Accepts Responsibility For Poor Financia...:

Why are alot of you prasing Iwata? This terrible news. I think he's being completely unfair on the 3ds front. The damned console dominated Japan and has been the most sold console in the US and EU territories for months and it still under preformed? I'm sorry, but that's when you know someones expectations are way to damn high. Another blow to the gut is that there won't be any Shake up in management? And he's not stepping down in the future?...This is awful dude. And then some devine miracle happens and he somehow manages to sell the Wii U at a profit and you guys will give him credit for rectifying his mistakes... He should not be givin credits for fixing his mistakes. He should be giving credit for avoiding mistakes. Which he has failed to do. "Sigh" I see another grim year for Nintendo...

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#50

ColdingLight commented on Talking Point: Nintendo's Wii U Struggles Brin...:

@FullbringIchigo I don't completely understand what you're saying but I think I understand it enough. Anyway, I think if Nintendo started paying 3rd party devs money to port their games to the Wii U many (If not all) other devs will have the mindset of "Oh hey! Nintendo is giving out money just so they can have games on their console. Lets hold back our games until Nintendo approaches us and gives us some money so we won't really have to gamble with the Wii U" And while at this point this is probably the best option for NIntendo if they want any kind of 3rd party support on the Wii U, I also believe that isn't something they can keep swept under the rug.

Its like if you start feeding a pigeon, you feed one of them, they'll all want some........ What a weird analogy...