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Dr_Corndog

Dr_Corndog

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Mon 29th November, 2010

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Dr_Corndog

#6

Dr_Corndog commented on Feature: 20 Wii Games We'd Love To Download Fr...:

Kirby's Epic Yarn can easily be had, new, at under $20. Why would anyone clamor for a game that would end up being MORE expensive on the eShop (at Nintendo's current price point) than in physical form? I"d much rather see hard-to-find games on the eShop, like, say, Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn.

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#25

Dr_Corndog commented on Feature: The Biggest Wii U Games of 2015:

So, I voted for Zelda. Any other time, Splatoon, Yoshi, or Xenoblade would've topped it. But an open-world Zelda designed after Link's 2D adventures could signal the series' return to the greatness of its NES and SNES titles.

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#26

Dr_Corndog commented on Super Smash Bros. Pro Players Tackle the Probl...:

Folks need to stop bringing up online play as if it has any relevance here. This is a tourney issues involving players far better than 99% of the users on this site. I do think the metagame needs a bit more time to develop, though. If no (or too few) counters are found in the near future, then Diddy shluld be nerfed.

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#27

Dr_Corndog commented on "Sonic Runners" Rumours Prove True, But It's a...:

Mobile games are almost universally crap. Retro games that get ported to (or remade for) mobile platforms can be quite good, though. I guess that's my segue into saying that everyone should download Taxman and Stealth's excellent remakes of Sonic 1, Sonic 2, and Sonic CD for Android and iOS.

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#42

Dr_Corndog commented on Talking Point: What's Next For amiibo?:

I wouldn't mind a game requiring amiibo since amiibo would have functionality outside that game. If the only purpose of amiibo was to unlock characters in a single game that couldn't be played otherwise, then I'd be against it.

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#50

Dr_Corndog commented on Video: Two Smash Bros. Instructional Videos to...:

@GearsOfWarU One of the best things about Smash is that it doesn't require you to learn complex controls. There are only two attack buttons, and special moves don't require special patterns of input like in Street Fighter. It really doesn't take too long to become competent with the game.