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DanielRMuriel

DanielRMuriel

United States

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Tue 3rd September, 2013

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DanielRMuriel

#2

DanielRMuriel commented on Wii U System Update 5.1.1 is Now Available:

The running joke you guys have got going on with the "aren't you enjoying all of the stability?" and "even more stability available" and of the such is really running its course. It's really not adding any flavor to horribly boring subject matter.

DanielRMuriel

#3

DanielRMuriel commented on Nintendo Download: 10th July (North America):

Holy poopoodoodoocacapoopledooplepoopies. This is the worst week in a long time. Bring back the GBA releases. Wtf happened with that? For real. Bring the releases back and let us buy GBA at the same time you release DS games. Why do they suck at getting these things that everyone wants to throw money at them for established? No one will know.

DanielRMuriel

#9

DanielRMuriel commented on Nintendo Download: 27th February (North America):

I'm sure there is a reason why I'm not getting any of my favorite games on the Virtual Console. Licensing issues, maybe. Something far more in-depth that I just can't comprehend, being on the outside looking in, but I have not purchased anything from Nintendo (sans Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze) in the past few months. And I REALLY want to. I was not even planning on buying the Donkey Kong game because I had almost entirely given up hope on the company, but I saw a Let's Play video that showed me the game was actually good. A video that Nintendo will not let them reap the benefits of any monetization with. I'm losing faith in the big N, and I don't want to. It sucks.

DanielRMuriel

#15

DanielRMuriel commented on Dan Adelman - Nintendo is "Very Much Aware" of...:

This is one of the most important things that, I feel, Nintendo is getting wrong. Steam has been my long-time favorite in terms of this type of game-purchasing system. I bought games years, and years ago. I can still access and download those games no matter where I am or what PC I am using. It's convenient and, in the long run, is a better deal for the consumer. Nintendo needs to emulate this process or they will be left in the dust. Right now I am trying to support N in their time of need buy purchasing games that I could have easily played for free via other methods. If they refuse to change with the times, though, we will see how much longer their long-time fans and supporters can deal with such a broken eShop system.