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grumblebuzzz

grumblebuzzz

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Fri 27th Jun 2008

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grumblebuzzz

#1

grumblebuzzz commented on Preview: Looking for the Light in The Legend o...:

I just don't understand all the complaints about this. I think it looks pretty good actually and I don't mind paying full price for a full game, even if it is from the last generation. I guess most of you just can't be pleased.

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#15

grumblebuzzz commented on Nintendo Download: 17th December (North America):

@faint I will stop nothing. You guys get all the big name retro games that I want while we get a slow trickle of obscure sequels and pure junk.

Also, Zero Mission is better than Fusion in my eyes and is my favorite 2D Metroid game, which is something I hear from a lot of fans.

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#22

grumblebuzzz commented on Nintendo Download: 3rd December (North America):

Not an RPG fan so not interested in any of this. Nintendo of America's mistreatment of virtual console and the eshop in general is so frustrating at this point that I can't even articulate how it makes me feel. Such stupidity at the helm of this region. I wish the new president would just swoop in, fire the entirety of the staff there, and start over.

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#35

grumblebuzzz commented on Nintendo Download: 17th September (North America):

@MoonKnight7 The problem with indie games on Wii U is that they're usually just ports of mobile and PC games that are way overpriced. Year Walk is 7 bucks on Wii U, but 4 on iOS. Why spend three more dollars for a game that I have to be tethered to a couch to play when I can have it on my phone for three dollars cheaper and play it anywhere? The game isn't really any longer on Wii U or with much more content.

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#36

grumblebuzzz commented on Nintendo Download: 17th September (North America):

I mean I'll probably download the Shovel Knight DLC, but it's a good thing I'm totally occupied by Mario Maker. I'm so hoping that these new, sweeping changes within Nintendo HQ signal changes in NoA as well. So tired of checking this site out every Thursday for nothing.

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#38

grumblebuzzz commented on Mario History: Super Mario 3D Land - 2011:

I'm one of the few people that likes this game better than 3D World. It just seems more polished and thought-out to me and this particular style seems more suited to a portable system with stereoscopic 3D. I can't tell you how many times I've died in dumb ways like jumping off the world or missing an enemy's head in 3D World because the stereoscopic 3D isn't there.

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#39

grumblebuzzz commented on Mario History: Super Mario Galaxy 2 - 2010:

I didn't get as into 2 as I did 1. They're both great, but Galaxy 1 seemed like this brave new world that had never been explored before and Galaxy 2 felt like an expansion of the ideas presented in 1.

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#43

grumblebuzzz commented on Review: Super Mario Maker (Wii U):

Lots of negativity in the comments section. This is what Mario fans who grew up on these 2D games have been waiting decades for. I guess if your first game was Mario Sunshine it could seem pretty "meh", but don't poo poo something that a lot of other people REALLY want just because it isn't to your taste.

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#46

grumblebuzzz commented on Mario Memories: Conquering the First Level in ...:

I remember playing SMB when it was the big, hot thing at the moment (*cough, sputter "Back in my day..."). I was like 7-8 years old and saw it for the first time at a friend's house and was like "WOAH! Let me try!" I remember making it to 1-4, Game Over'ing and thinking that I had made it almost to the end of the game. It was only when I got a Nintendo with SMB (and Duck Hunt) for Christmas the same year that I learned right away that our princess is usually in another castle (and that Nintendo games were much longer and more complex than Atari games).