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GiantBreadbug

Nintendo Life Contributor

Male, 22, United States

Hey Nintendo Life readers! I'm a contributor/reviewer from the US. As would be expected, I love myself some Nintendo games. Pikmin, Animal Crossing, and Pokemon are some of my favorite franchises, just to name a few. Oh, and I play a mean Jigglypuff in Super Smash Bros.

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#1

GiantBreadbug commented on Review: Nihilumbra (Wii U eShop):

To clarify the contents of the review, just to avoid any confusion: the real weight of the score is behind the game's well-designed puzzles and integration of the mechanics therein, as well as the beautiful visuals and music, rather than the philosophical themes that run through the game. In addition, we felt the price to content ratio was very favorable. hope this clears up any confusion!

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#2

GiantBreadbug commented on Masahiro Sakurai Shares His Positive Feelings ...:

It is so incredibly refreshing to hear Sakurai speaking in such positive manner. When he talks so much about how hard this series is on him I get kind of discouraged on his behalf. But this sounds like he's actually enjoying working on the DLC work (probably because of the relaxed work environment).

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#3

GiantBreadbug commented on Review: Excave II : Wizard of the Underworld (...:

@Morpheel If I had to guess, I'd say Teyon wasn't terribly pleased with the sales of the first one over here in the west, so they dropped the sequel. Then Bergsala Lightweight misread the situation and went and charged double when they should have kept the low price of the original.

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#4

GiantBreadbug commented on Review: Adventure Bar Story (3DS eShop):

@Captain_Gonru Hi there, thanks for reading!

Regarding the recipes, they tend to make decent enough sense, but occasionally the mystery ingredients we tried ended up failing despite seeming like the right answer. While this isn't too big a deal, and it actually rather simulates the trial/error process of actually cooking, it is a drag to lose those mats (which are sometimes sparse).