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Firefly

Firefly

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Firefly

#1

Firefly commented on Eiji Aonuma Confirms Minor Changes to A Link B...:

@X-Factor
of course it will...that's the reason, why I hate the 2ds. Soon 3D on the 3ds will really become a gimmick, because more and more games will have no 3D-mode or one badly done (see pokemon x/y).
I hope other consoles will continue with 3D-gaming where nintendo tried to stab it.

Firefly

#4

Firefly commented on System Update 4.2 Bricking Wiis Left, Right an...:

I updated my wii and it still works. I noticed that the update took some time. Sometimes the progress bar didn't moved for minutes. This could be the point where some people just reseted their wii even after they have been told not to do this.

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#5

Firefly commented on Review: Opoona (Wii):

I bought this game a month ago for 10€ in a store...and I saw it lying there for 2 months...
well...it wasn't that bad...I completed it in a week

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#7

Firefly commented on iPhone more powerful than Wii?:

Let me tell you my perspective of this:

The "wii" and the "iphone" is a specification(spec). A spec tells me, that I have this or that cpu, gpu, ram, etc. Nothing more, nothing less.

If someone wants to develop a game with this spec, the costumer can be sure, that it WILL work with that spec. If it doesn't work, he will get his money back. That's it.

Telling the customer, that an other spec works better, is the worst thing someone can do. That will tell the customer two things:

  • the developer choose the wrong spec, because he can't get the game to work inside this spec.
  • the developer tries to tell the customer, that it's this fault, choosing the wrong spec.

Point 1: A spec exists before and after the development of a game. You can't change it. Working outside of it, means fail. Simple as that.
Point 2: The customer is never wrong! He is not interested in the developers favourite spec, the more powerful spec or the development problems. Nothing of this is important. If the developer tells the customer, that he don't like a(/his) spec, the customer won't buy the game and even boycott all games from the whole company, because he lost trust in the company.