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Genesaur

Genesaur

The Mentally Stable Insane Genius

Male, 25, United States

I am in love with Bayonetta.

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Wed 11th September, 2013

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Genesaur

#3

Genesaur commented on Another Hyrule Warriors Live Stream is Schedul...:

Sheesh, more streams AND a dedicated Direct? Nintendo sure is pulling all the stops for a game that I'll probably give a few playthroughs with my preferred characters, and then never play again.

I don't know if that's how everyone plays Warriors games, but it's what always inevitably happens for me.

I'd much rather see this much attention paid to Bayonetta 2, instead.

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#10

Genesaur commented on The Link Outfit and Gear in Monster Hunter 4 U...:

@Spoony_Tech Most people think that, but Sword n' Shield is better than you might realise. Most hunts I've done have been solo. It hits so many times with such high elemental damage, that if you equip based on weakness, you take 'em down faster than you might expect.

But either way, if you're particularly good with a Great Sword, then I have little cause to doubt your skill. That's another one that a lot of people don't give enough credit, preferring their newfangled Switchaxes, or what have you, that they don't comprehend its value.

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#12

Genesaur commented on The Link Outfit and Gear in Monster Hunter 4 U...:

Funny. I could have sworn you guys reported on this, before. I guess it makes sense to bring it up again, specifically referring to Ultimate and its Western release. And I suppose that not everyone knew about it, already, and it's awesome enough news that it bears repeating.

@Spoony_Tech The controls, I think, don't take much to get used to at all, and anyway, the Sword & Shield (my favourite weapon class in Monster Hunter) is considered one of the best for beginners. I got something of a Zelda vibe when I first started playing Tri, so maybe you will, too. It's especially cool that SnS wielders already hold the sword left-handed.

Or maybe you'll enjoy one of the other, more complicated weapons, like the Gunlance. I pretty much exclusively use the basics: Sword n' Shield, Hammer, or Great Sword, depending on the hunt and my mood.

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#26

Genesaur commented on Feature: Ten Wii U and 3DS Games That Are Perf...:

Dunno about you guys, but I actually have been playing EarthBound over this Summer. And Assassin's Creed IV.

Weird that Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D wasn't mentioned. That's a pretty Summery game, and one that I'm playing as a result of my Platinum reward.

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#27

Genesaur commented on Review: Bases Loaded (3DS eShop / NES):

Y'know, everyone remembers the NES version of this game. I grew up passing time with Bases Loaded on the Game Boy, which I always loved much, much more than this version.

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#28

Genesaur commented on Talking Point: The Wii U eShop is Raising Toug...:

It's easy enough for me. Stuff that clearly had legit work put into it, like Nano Assault, EDGE, or Shovel Knight, is totally all right.

Garbage like The Letter, Gravity Badgers, or I've Got to Run!... not so good, but very easy to avoid. Simple.

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#29

Genesaur commented on Sonic Boom To Be Playable At Comic-Con, "Never...:

New Phantasy Star for 3DS? I know it's too much to ask to get a Billy Hatcher sequel for Wii U.

I don't think it's too much to ask for a new Super Monkey Ball for Wii U. Makes a lot more sense than the mediocre release we got on 3DS.

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#33

Genesaur commented on Ocarina of Time Joins Hyrule Warriors With She...:

Ruto? Just... why? No less absurd than Agitha, and maybe they're going for as many playable ladies as possible, but why not Din, Nayru and Farore? Not even in their goddess forms; I mean the Oracles. I'll bet the goddesses will have some role to play in the story, which is probably why we won't see them as playable characters.

I've never liked Ruto, myself, though I must admit, it should be fun to watch the fishy lass in action.

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#44

Genesaur commented on Review: The Letter (Wii U eShop):

@Tysamu Yeah, exactly. Being a work in progress certainly isn't a valid excuse, because a game should only hit the eShop when it's complete. I feel that people should always look back on this sorry mess whenever they get upset about a game being delayed for the sake of balancing, tweaking, polishing, etc.