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DiscoGentleman

DiscoGentleman

King Of Butts

Male, 26, United States

Chicago-born, Denver Gaymer.

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DiscoGentleman

#7

DiscoGentleman commented on Review: Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric (Wii U):

"Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric, is yet another disappointing addition to the Sonic library, throwing out most of the familiar aspects that gamers love in favour of a watered-down, sluggish affair that often feels like a game based on a licensed property — as opposed to the next entry in one of gaming's most iconic brands."

This sums it up.

DiscoGentleman

#9

DiscoGentleman commented on Review: Lufia: The Legend Returns (3DS eShop /...:

Still have the original cart of this :) It's a very in-depth battle system, which is really entertaining. If you're a hardcore RPG fan, this is definitely for you. You just have to be able to look past the unfortunate dungeon design.

The story isn't really mentioned in this review, but it's pretty good. Not ground-breaking, but it does hold interest. There is an over-arching story across the Lufia series, and this adds some good storytelling to the whole series.

Definitely recommended!

DiscoGentleman

#16

DiscoGentleman commented on Peculiar Outfits and Details Revealed for Twil...:

@Kaze_Memaryu So why don't you call Link "Rinku" and Zelda "Zeruda". According to you, that's their "Japanese names".

See, "Shia" is a bastardization of her name "Cia". Typically, the "see" sound doesn't get localized in Japanese, as such. It gets localized as "shee". Native Japanese doesn't have a "see" sound or a "tee" sound, for example.

So... jokes on you. :p

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#36

DiscoGentleman commented on Talking Point: The amiibo Range Grows, Yet Key...:

@Bolt_Strike it's kind of a different folks, different strokes thing. I'm excited to play as my Mii with a bowser costume. It'll look cute. Also, I see integrations like the mk8 ones as little bonuses- remembering that the amiibo are not a one time use thing. I'll already have the link, Zelda, Shiek and toon link amiibo because of the main reason I'm buying them (Hyrule warriors & smash Bros) and everything afterward will just be little perks. Not to mention the future Zelda game and anything else that they support them with. In the end, it all adds up to bring quite a deal.
Do you kinda get where I'm coming from? Not sure if I'm articulating myself well or not- I'm at work.

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#39

DiscoGentleman commented on Talking Point: The amiibo Range Grows, Yet Key...:

I like it to rather be extras geared toward the hardcore fans, the collectors and the kids, because that's the audience that will buy these. I don't want "the real ending of Zelda U" to be locked behind an amiibo wall.
I will gladly take an adorable Kirby costume for my Mii to race in in MK8.

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#40

DiscoGentleman commented on Talking Point: The amiibo Range Grows, Yet Key...:

I feel like this article is asking to have amiibo used in a more substantial way rather than "extras" in the have, but if that were the case from the get go, this article would be complaining that Nintendo is locking key game points in their games behind an amiibo wall.

It just feels like entitled whining more than genuine concern.

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#41

DiscoGentleman commented on Talking Point: The amiibo Range Grows, Yet Key...:

"Hyrule Warriors gives you a new outfit with Link or an item with any other amiibo"

It gives you a new weapon/play style, not a costume.
Also, Nintendo has confirmed that Zelda, Shiek & Toon Link will also have special compatibilities.

I get where the worry in this article is coming from, but I think it's blown out of proportion. Other than the unknown, we haven't seen any reason to worry yet, IMO.