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DreamyViridi

DreamyViridi

Nature Goddess Representative

United Kingdom

Once known as LuigiMan200, now known as DreamyViridi, both one of the same. LuigiMan dreams of helping Nintendo by suggesting ideas that could be used. DreamyViridi believes that we all have good dreams; what are yours?

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Fri 14th September, 2012
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#2

DreamyViridi commented on Review: New Super Mario Bros. (Wii U eShop / DS):

I feel that NSMB is one of the harder games of the series to 100% complete, due to some Star Coin locations and World 7's requirement of finding secret exits. This is where the New series of game started though, so if you're interested in where it all began, here it is.
Also this is the only game that has the Blue Shell power-up, though it returns as a mini ability in 3D World..

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DreamyViridi commented on Fire Emblem If Changes The Traditional Weapons...:

Sounds like the weapon triangle is still there but now the weapons are sort of categorised. "Magic" is now paired with swords, bows with axes, and dark magic with lances. Most notably, bows being part of the triangle; this change will be very interesting since it'll be in effect at all times now.

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#11

DreamyViridi commented on Review: Paper Mario (Wii U eShop / Nintendo 64):

I don't know, there's something about the original that makes me enjoy it a bit more than TTYD. Might be the lack of slightly obnoxious backtracking, that's something about TTYD that bugs me a fair bit. I can replay 64 or Sticker Star any day but TTYD not so much, and I get bored when replaying Super (it's a good game though).
Anyway, I got Paper Mario on the Wii and really enjoyed it. The Wii U release being 60Hz when it, hopefully, comes to Europe would be appreciated.

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#12

DreamyViridi commented on ​Famitsu Reveals Some Fresh Details on Fire ...:

I'm just happy that Casual Mode is a mainstay for both versions of the game. I think I have enough FE experience to not need Phoenix Mode. Also, unlimited weapon use; interesting. Perhaps that'll be balanced out by them getting weaker and weaker the more they're used or something of the sort.

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#14

DreamyViridi commented on New Super Mario Bros. Receives ESRB Rating For...:

I remember back when this game really WAS new and I had such a fun time the whole way through, not to mention the Mario vs. Luigi Multiplayer and the minigames. Granted, the minigames were mostly from SM64DS but there were a few new ones in there. The Mario vs. Luigi Multiplayer might've made for a cool little online feature, thinking about it.
This'll be a nice addition to the eShop for those who want to see where the "New" series started. Just don't forget not to shake the GamePad. No spin in this game.

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#16

DreamyViridi commented on Nintendo Marketing Boss Says amiibo Expectatio...:

I understand that meeting all of the demand can be a matter of "easier said than done" but like I've said before, Nintendo's sitting on a gold mine here. If they could just get more stock in, profits could skyrocket. As is though, the situation's ridiculous. At midnight, Lucina and Robin were available on Amazon for £30, which I didn't like but I bit the bullet and bought 'em. Good thing too because Lucina has since doubled in price this morning and Robin's not much better. All of the Wave 4 amiibo were released today and already people are having issues getting them.
These are supposed to be for kids, right? C'mon Ninty, there's gotta be a way to make most-all of the figures accessible and not just the common ones..

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DreamyViridi commented on Talking Point: Mario Kart 8 and Super Smash Br...:

DLC so far has been done in a fantastic way. I think Mario Kart 8 could handle one more pack, a battle pack perhaps; it's not just about racing after all! A couple of the DLC courses could work in Battle Mode and if it meant getting old school arenas in the game; all the better!

As for Smash Bros., well... we know what's happening there. Pricing could be a little lower but it's still good.

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#20

DreamyViridi commented on Review: Yoshi Touch & Go (Wii U eShop / DS):

It's a pretty fun game imo, especially if you put an arcade mind-set into it. I played it for a good while when I first played and occasionally go back to it. However, I don't think it's worth the $10 price tag. I personally would give it a 7/10 because no, it's not a Yoshi's Island game; it's an arcade game with some challenging (how far can you go?) modes that use the Yoshi motif.
In the event of a price drop though; I'd recommend it if you had the spare change.

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#29

DreamyViridi commented on Talking Point: Nintendo's Plans for DLC and Mi...:

I'll be honest, the pricing felt a bit much to me only because I compare it to what you get from Mario Kart 8's DLC packs where you effectively get half of a game for a quarter of the price. It's a different story here in the case of Smash 4 but it's not like I need to buy everything anyway.

I'll definitely be buying Characters and the Smash T-Shirts for Miis but the rest I'll probably ignore for now.

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#30

DreamyViridi commented on Xbox Boss Phil Spencer Reckons "It Would Be Co...:

No surprise he's saying that considering it would technically be free advertising for Microsoft. I've no interest in Banjo, not to mention he's but a shell of his former self. Though no doubt those who are nostalgic will go for this.

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#35

DreamyViridi commented on Don't Seethe Too Much Over Xbox One Shovel Kni...:

I'm just a little bit sad that we can't consider Shovel Knight a Nintendo exclusive anymore... a little bit. I'm excited to see the console exclusive boss fights though! Maybe the PC version can have other indies crossover and Nintendo can get someone like Mario or Link in there. That said, Yacht Club Games have a lot on their plate as is; they'll do fine and pull through in the end.

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#36

DreamyViridi commented on Preview: Puzzling Our Way through Mario vs. Do...:

@TeeJay @CapeSmash - Yeah, in MvsDK2, you had direct control of the Minis and tapping them made them stop. However, there was a point bonus for completing levels without stopping them and it was required to properly beat levels. That might be why the feature was taken out, to add to the difficulty, making it mandatory.

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#39

DreamyViridi commented on Nintendo Shows Off Mario Party 10, amiibo and ...:

I spy a Mini Mario cosmic clone in the Tipping Stars trailer... oh boy.
Looks like that game's not eShop only, it might be a retail game.
The Bowser commercial was the best thing ever, seeing Bowser's expression when the Gamepad's taken away made me laugh. "Aww, no more Bowser time..." XD

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#41

DreamyViridi commented on Feature: Tales From the Front Line of amiibo C...:

Yeesh, these stories are something else...
I've been lucky enough to get all of the ones I'm interested in (except for King Dedede but I'm patient, I'll get him soon or later). Mario, Luigi, Wii Fit Trainer (x2), Marth, Sheik, Toon Link, Pit, Mega Man and Sonic are currently in my possession. With Lucina, Robin and Pac-Man coming up soon, actually getting these amiibos is becoming all the more harder.

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#45

DreamyViridi commented on Poll: Are You An Early Adopter With The New Ni...:

I'm actually happy with the 3DS I have right now. I normally go for the upgraded handhelds at post-launch or so but this time, I'll most likely consider getting the N3DS a couple of months from now.
Might get some faceplates beforehand though, 'cause why not?

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#49

DreamyViridi commented on Talking Point: It's Time to Salute The Nintend...:

Yes, a "Hurrah!" to the 3DS, I love it. The first year was slow but it's been fun times since; especially with additional DS, GB and GBA games to play on it. I've had it since near-launch and with one small repair job, it's still by my side. I think, of the Nintendo handhelds, I've put the most hours in the 3DS. Not sure if I'm ready to move on from it quite yet, it'll be hard when its time passes as a successor is announced. Until then though, to the 3DS! Cheers!