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Guitardude7

Guitardude7

Guitar and games. Thats what I play

Male, 20, United States

Been gaming since 1999! Huge Mario fan. Love Zelda as well! Add me on Wii U?: Guitardude7

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Wed 10th October, 2007

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#6

Guitardude7 commented on Rumour: Villager, Marth & Wii Fit Trainer amii...:

If this is true, then it's one of the stupidest marketing moves Nintendo has ever done. The game hasn't even been out for a MONTH and they're already discontinuing figures? I'm sorry but that just doesn't make any damn sense. If this is really true.....then they've really lost it.

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#8

Guitardude7 commented on Inflated Prices and Limited Stock Cause Frustr...:

@Einherjar Actually yes, those are just hunks of pastic that you'll only use once and never again! Great example! Oh and on top of that, they weren't eighty freaking dollars.

And Nintendo clearly stated that the adapter will only work with Smash Wii U. They ruled out and possible usage for future games. it's ONLY for Smash. You can't even navigate the Wii U menu with it.

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#9

Guitardude7 commented on Inflated Prices and Limited Stock Cause Frustr...:

Honestly, it's not worth it since the adapter works with only one game. Once you get bored with Smash, that hunk of plastic will turn into a dust magnet. Just stick to the Pro Controller people. Saves you a lot of money and frustration.

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#10

Guitardude7 commented on Nintendo Might Not Be Making More GameCube Con...:

Nintendo....are you kidding me? Those adapters had SO much potential but it's all wasted being exclusive to Smash. No Virtual Console, no optional future use, no backwards compatibility to GCN games; they're hunks of junk as it is. NOW you won't make more? Nintendo I love you, but some of the decisions you make are really bone-headed sometimes.

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#14

Guitardude7 commented on Masahiro Sakurai Explains Why Mewtwo Isn't Pai...:

It's really baffling to see people getting upset for having to buy both versions. Yeah it does cost a lot of money but since it's reveal at E3 2011, (Back when development hadn't even started) Iwata and Sakurai alluded that buying both versions had the best benefits. You can transfer fighters, you have exclusive modes, you have more controller options, the 3DS version you can take on the go and play Smash WHEREVER YOU WANT, the Wii U version you have a ton more modes and options to play. the player having both versions so that they could interact with each other is a vision Sakurai has from the start and if you don't see the value in it, especially now since you'll be getting a long awaited returning veteran, I don't know what to tell you.

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#16

Guitardude7 commented on Sony: PS Vita Is Better Than 3DS And The Wii B...:

@MikeLove Actually yes you are the dumb one. Of COURSE the Wii's not as popular as it used to be. The console is a generation old. It's not a shadow of it's former self, it's just not a current console. And the Wii is still being manufactured and promoted (Sadly. I dont think that's a good thing) Same way the PS3 isn't a current console. Sony isn't promoting it anymore. Would you argue that console is still just as popular as it was five years ago? That would be damn impressive if it was. Would you call that a former shadow of itself? What about the PS2? Sony stopped making those in 2012. My point is, of course the Wii isn't as popular anymore but to attempt to invalidate the impact it's had on the industry is just foolish.

So It's an insult, dont kid yourself. If you're blind enough to deny that, I don't know what to tell you. Nintendo never says anything like that to the competition. All Nintendo said was that their console was a better offer. They didn't go out of their way to insult the PS4, they just stated their advantages. It's not what you say it's how you say it. What Sony said was unnecessary and childish. They put down their competitors because they have nothing unique or compelling to offer themselves.

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#17

Guitardude7 commented on Sony: PS Vita Is Better Than 3DS And The Wii B...:

@MikeLove Al Sony ever does is insult and put down the competition. Nintendo puts confidence in their system by saying: "Hey here's what we got! Here's why we think it's better!" But Sony? They feel the need to mindlessly insult everyone.

Tell me, did you read THIS:

I'd like it to continue with the innovation stream I just talked about, but also what we want to see in the next year or two is a bigger mass market play, shall we say. So in order to broaden and perhaps fill the void that's being left latent by, say, the Wii - which is a shadow of its former self. We need to have the kind of product that will engage that more casual consumer. I think that's a big opportunity for us, and that's not yet clear on the horizon, but something we should and I'm sure will be focused on as we look forward into year two, three and four.

Throwing insults back is not good here either -Lz

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#18

Guitardude7 commented on Sony: PS Vita Is Better Than 3DS And The Wii B...:

Sorry Sony, the 3DS has a superior game library by MILES. The Wii U has the most unique titles out of all of the current consoles. I love how Professionally Nintendo treats their competition and then Sony takes the ten year old route by slinging insults. It's quite obnoxious really. That attitude doesnt make me want to buy PS4. Arrogance is not a good trait to have.

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#20

Guitardude7 commented on Weirdness: Now You Can Play Super Smash Bros. ...:

@Kaze_Mayru Uh yeah right. No over powered characters? Sheik and Falco say hello. Samus in Smash 64 was considered low tier so thats inconsistent with your opinion. Mario and Kirby were the powerhouses to that game. As for floaty controls? That;'s over exaggerating. It was slow, not floaty and there's nothing wrong with slow. In fact, I say it's better because its slow because you can actually see what your doing. Random tripping wasn't as bad as people claim it to be, another over exaggeration. Wave dashing and L Canceling say hello to chain grabs. And if you're going to sue the competitive scene to measure the validity of Smash games, you're playing it the wrong way. Competitive Smash is NOT what Smash Bros is supposed to be. Even so, Brawl's competitive scene was just as lively as Melee's and many people prefer it's gameplay such as myself.

Melee is far dated, far overrated and is not as balanced as you think. Smash Wii U and 3DS are much better balanced than all of them and is the best balanced to date. Melee is not as good as you think it is.

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#25

Guitardude7 commented on Shigeru Miyamoto Outlines Core Nintendo Philos...:

@OneBagTravel Are you joking?! Zelda's story is one of its biggest strengths. I love Skyward sword partly because of its story. As for Mario, he barely has any story as is. Super Mario Galaxy 1 is the star example of how a story should be told in Mario games. Being present but not in your face or overdone. I think Nintendo games need more story honestly. But it needs to be presented in the right way.

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#26

Guitardude7 commented on Watch the Sonic Boom Gang Try to Rescue a Cat:

@SCAR392 I've played Sonic Adventure 1 & 2 and I must say, the control in those games is much better (with Sonic at least) and for one reason. The Parkour system. The Parkour system is the most broken gameplay mechanic I've ever had to deal with. Why? Because Parkouring and running are the same damn button. I can't tell you how many times I've tried to run away from something only to have Sonic run up a wall I don't want him to and die because you can't cancel parkour in the middle of it. The developers had SO many buttons they could've used for this but they just HAD to make both functions the same button. Yeah that's smart. Also Sonic falls really fast and hard making the vertical platforming segments a complete chore. Sonic's targeting system is also completely biased because sometimes the red icon just doesn't appear. It just doesn't and you end up homing attacking off the stage like an idiot. On top of that there are some enemies you have to homing attack while others you have to kick but the game doesn't make a distinction on what enemies to kick and which to homing attack so it's very confusing. It's so user hostile and it's not fun to play at all. I despise Sonic Lost World with a burning passion because its controls are just unacceptable. Especially when you consider Sonic Adventure, a game that's heavily flawed actually does it better and the fact that it's a follow up to Sonic Colors, a game that's considered one of Sonic's best. It sucks on all accounts.

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#32

Guitardude7 commented on Guide: Everything You Need to Know About Super...:

Since the 3DS can be used as a controller for the Wii U.......I wonder if the Wii U controllers can also be used for the 3DS. If it works both ways then you can actually conclude that the GCN controller will be usable with the 3DS version.

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#33

Guitardude7 commented on Super Smash Bros. on 3DS Lacks Circle Pad Pro ...:

@XFsWorld Again. there arent four people on the screen at once nor is it 60 FPS. Also Smash 3DS IS in 3D. The effect isn't deep but it's absolutely there. Not to mention they use actual, detailed character models not 2D sprites like your possibly referring to. Smash also has four player online with again, detailed models running at 60 FPS in 3D. Smash required A LOT more processing power than Resident Evil. That's just a fact. Also, if you're not gonna buy it because it's missing some unimportant features, that's rather silly. It's a fantastic game. Why let the abscence of Miiverse deter you?

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#35

Guitardude7 commented on Super Smash Bros. on 3DS Lacks Circle Pad Pro ...:

That's fine. I think the CPP would've been awkward to use anyway. It's on the right side of the console, completely out of the way of the buttons. To set off quick Smash attacks would be a huge inconvenience as it would break your finger flow. New 3DS's nipple stick is right near the buttons and is convenient to use at a moments notice. Perfect for Smash.

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#39

Guitardude7 commented on Talking Point: Should Nintendo Be Promoting Th...:

It would be false advertisement technically because the Wii U GamePad does NOT act like a traditional tablet. It has a resistive touch screen and it doesnt display images in HD. Also there are no real tablet like uses for it outside of menu navigation and some touch mechanics in games and it lacks apps that traditional tablets have. I think marketing the GamePad as a tablet would only cause more confusion to the consumer on what the Wii U really is, a game console. The GamePad should showcase game mechanics and unique features and not be sold as something it's not.

Also, Nintendo tried to market to the casual niche audience that normally takes part in Tablet gaming for the first two years of its life and look how that turned out. Just Saying.