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Mon 6th August, 2012

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DefHalan commented on Review: The Letter (Wii U eShop):

From the sounds of it this is basically a different type of kickstarter. Release a rough base game then make improvements and additions from the income. I have been talking to the dev and will probably support him ($2 isn't bad to help someone realize their dream)



DefHalan commented on EA Explains Why It's Abandoning Dedicated Hand...:

I think EA is too focused on "install bases" just because there are Millions of Smart Phone users doesn't mean 100% of them are potential customers. With 3DS/Vita 100% of their install base is buying games for more than a dollar. The only Big Publisher games I have ever had on my phone were free. They made no money off me. So I don't see how they will make much more on Smart Devices than Gaming Devices... just my opinion



DefHalan commented on Review: Toy Stunt Bike (3DS eShop):

I really enjoyed it but I remeber on 360 it having a track editor that you could share levels online. It doesn't seem to be in this version which makes me wonder if it will be worth it. The demo was fun but I have played all these levels before.



DefHalan commented on Review: Abyss (Wii U eShop):

If you have the DSi version is the Wii U version still worth it? I liked the DSi version but only played through it once because there wasn't much depth in the gameplay



DefHalan commented on Cult County Kickstarter Ends Without Success, ...:

It is to bad this didn't work out for them but they should go back to the 3DS version. It was weird that they announced tge 3DS game then cancelled it and then did a kickstarter without 3DS just to add 3DS to the kickstarter later...



DefHalan commented on Download Developer Hits a "Brick Wall" When Tr...:

I see Nintendo as letting games and companies sink or swim on their own. If an Indie Dev needs a console manufacturer to step in and help with their project then obviously that developer can't cut it. We have heard about how easy it is to release a game on the eShop but if you are havong trouble developing the game why should Nintendo jump in?

More general note, tge game industry is starting to bubble and when it pops, people with the Nintendo mindset will survive. We are seeing the same problems in the industry before the first crash, who will survive the second?

(Probably going to have a lot of people countering me so I will say this, it's just an opinion)



DefHalan commented on Skylanders: Spyro's Adventure Could Have Been ...:

Seeing as we don't have all the information on the deal, I bet there were some factors that caused Nintendo not to do this. But just from this info Nintendo probably saw that they could do something else with the tech and that is why the GamePad has NFC in it... just a guess



DefHalan commented on Industry Veteran Peter Molyneux Warns The Indi...:

There will always be new developers trying to make it big the industry just like there are always bands trying to get bigger gigs. Same as the music industry there are people who follow smaller bands and people that follow bigger bands. This isn't going to change. The only thing that is going to change are the size of developers followers and the amount of press they get.



DefHalan commented on Two Tribes Shoots Down the Possibility of Toki...:

Oh I totally get that, I just don't understand why Toki Tori 2 was a part of a Humble Bundle if it hadn't made money. I always imagined games in Humble Bundles were mostly games that the dev felt sold enough and could now do some good by using it as an incentive for people to donate to charity



DefHalan commented on Ronimo Games: PS4 And Xbox One Are More Of The...:

Companies work with Nintendo and Wii U = praise System and Company.

Companies don't do anything for Nintendo or Wii U = useless piece of hardware... I think more companies should make games for Nintendo and Wii U lol



DefHalan commented on Nintendo of America Offers Stock of Refurbishe...:

Really people are still complaining about the price? That is the price of the Wii when it launched, yea it might be refurbished but it still comes with a warranty. If this is too expensive then you will probably not buy a Wii U until this generation is over