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Genesaur

Genesaur

The Mentally Stable Insane Genius

Male, 26, United States

I am in love with Bayonetta.

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Wed 11th September, 2013

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Genesaur

#10

Genesaur commented on Poll: Buying Bayonetta 2 - eShop Convenience o...:

My experience was kinda weird. I hit up the closest GameStop to my lady's bank, and told the dude what I needed. He asked if I had it preordered. I said, "No, I'm just here to buy it." He went back to check on stock, then came back and told me that they only had reserve copies in stock.

But then he gave me my total and let me buy a copy, anyway. I really do wonder if I basically took someone else's copy of the game, but I won't lose sleep over it.

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#12

Genesaur commented on Nintendo's Quirky amiibo Video Shows How They'...:

@EarthboundBenjy It's different because they learn from each fight and grow individually. Not the same as just picking a certain robot difficulty and letting it stop at that.

I agree, though, that the toy wouldn't truly be necessary for it, as the game could have the train-your-AI-fighter mode on its own, without the toys. I mean, obviously this game will make the toys a requirement for that mode, but you get my point.

Virtua Fighter 4 had basically the same thing, called Kumite mode.

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#14

Genesaur commented on Rhythmic Rail Shooter Cosmophony Arriving In E...:

Cool! GREAT! I might as well just start stocking money in my eShop account; there's never any point to leaving it at zero after big purchases like Shantae, or anything... Something is always right around the corner, and this game looks rad.

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#17

Genesaur commented on You Can Use The Wii U GamePad For Voice Chat, ...:

Stage building on the GamePad, yes!

And thank goodness you can't chat during a brawl. I would hate everything if I had to listen to people yak online while I'm killing them. I get enough of talkers in Monster Hunter, and remove them from my room every time they come in making noise that no one wants to hear.

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#26

Genesaur commented on Miley Cyrus Confuses Fans by Owning a Wii U:

@McGruber Exactly. I'm cool with this. Mainly because the kid has like a billion fans, many of whom are the sheepiest of followers who would totally spend a bunch of money to own what they'd likely conclude is her console of choice.

Whether or not that equates to any noticeable increase Wii U sales, I've no idea.

And for the record, I have woken up with the GamePad in my lap.

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#35

Genesaur commented on Eiji Aonuma Wants Mario Kart 8's DLC Master Cy...:

I mean, if the setting suits it, then sure. I've always been curious about how Zelda might be handles in a futuristic version of Hyrule. Would they go dystopian or more like a medieval-ish future, where guns never became a thing?

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#38

Genesaur commented on Bayonetta 2 in North America Comes With a Rath...:

Oh, thank goodness.

Wait... we're confirmed to receive both in disc form, and people are still complaining? I mean, yeah, having two boxes would be cool, but we don't have to pay extra to get two discs. That's fine by me.

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#39

Genesaur commented on Nintendo Releases a Sneak Preview of New 3DS H...:

You guys got me confused by putting "New" in front of "3DS." I really hope the hardware name changes when it comes here. If they don't, the consumer confusion brought on by the name Wii U will pale in comparison. I'm sure of that.

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#43

Genesaur commented on Nintendo 64x64: Mission: Impossible:

@luke88 I loved it too, but in kind of a so-bad-it's-good sorta way. The controls weren't bad or anything. I mean, it was unbalanced, but for what it was, there really wasn't anything wrong with it. I just put it in the same camp, because I played it around the same time, and had the most fun messing around, rather than playing for real.

@JimLad Precisely.

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#46

Genesaur commented on Nintendo 64x64: Mission: Impossible:

Hey, another awful game being featured in this 64 tribute dealy thingy!

Unlike Turok 2, this one was actually fun, but only if you intentionally screwed up the objectives. It was terribly boring if you played it "right." What I remember most vividly was (I think) the second level, where you're undercover at a fancy-schmancy party and are limited to no weapons, and you can't run. Attacking people and otherwise playing to fail that mission made this otherwise dull game bring some fond memories.

What's next, Mace: The Dark Age?