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gurtifus

gurtifus

Male, 40, France

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gurtifus

#4

gurtifus commented on Terraria Still Planned for Wii U in 'Early 201...:

I bought 3 copies of this game last thursday and I can tell you that the controls have been very well adapted to the 3DS (see my comment in the forum for détails).
I play in multiplayer with my 2 daughters and we already spent a lot of time playing it this week-end instead of Xenoblade X or Steamworld Heist !!!

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#11

gurtifus commented on Review: Typoman (Wii U eShop):

@shani I said that I wanted to know if my daughter could play with this game so I just wanted to know if there was an option to change it to english.
By the way I started it yesterday and it's ok for me but I saw that a lot of puzzles (at least during the first half hour) could have had some french version or other language. I'm sure that with a little work they could have made it in other language.

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#12

gurtifus commented on Review: Typoman (Wii U eShop):

@Sligeach Sorry to be french and not like you english people lucky to have your language chosen as international language (fortunately because I'm sure a lot of english people would be too lazy to learn another one)

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#13

gurtifus commented on Review: Typoman (Wii U eShop):

@thesilverbrick @TimLatshaw @Ryu_Niiyama I do not agree because some people like me that are not english speaking native trust more Nintendolife than other game related website (written in our native language or not). And as we read review to buy games not only for us but for family, we'd like to know if our children will be able to play these kind of game.
Particularly this one that my daughter enjoy a lot but that I help finding words to build.

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#23

gurtifus commented on Review: Cube Life: Island Survival (Wii U eShop):

@Cypronia I agree with Josh_K, there could be a stamina bar which is depleted when you walk, work, etc... and which would fill in only when you sleep.
And yes we need door and ladder !
Yeah, I really looking forward to playing with my children in this local multiplayer mode ! Hope it will be released soon !

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#24

gurtifus commented on Review: Cube Life: Island Survival (Wii U eShop):

@Cypronia Bought it and tried it 2 hours yesterday.
My impressions are : it's a really good surprise even if there are bugs to fix. Sounds and ambiance are well made. I'm really looking forward to playing it tonight. My advice is : keep improving it but stay in something enough different than minecraft. Put it your style !
Here are my request for now :

  • Even on "low", the "look speed" parameter is too fast for me. What about a bar to set it up like every other game. Or better, could we use the gyroscope like in Splatoon in the future ?
  • Some blocks are too easy to destroy bare hand (sand, leaves).
  • I think the distance at which you can break block is a little too long.
    That all for now.
    Thanks for this game and keep up the good work !
    P.S : you should go to the forum to see some other impressions on your game and bugs that are found.
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#33

gurtifus commented on Video: Roguelike Adventure Temple Of Yog Cele...:

@Varoennauraa But I wouldn't call Dwarf Fortress a roguelike.
The main reason is that, in roguelikes like nethack, all of the time you need to think before doing something like a puzzle, you must choose a correct action among a lot of choice.
So if it's realtime, you don't have time to think and it becomes more a "hack and slash" or gauntletlike where it's more to do with the skill than the reflexion !

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#38

gurtifus commented on Review: BOXBOY! (3DS eShop):

I disagree with this review.
I've just downloaded it and it's a clever enjoyable game.
I'm having lot of fun in thinking how to do to pass every puzzle !

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#48

gurtifus commented on Review: Chariot (Wii U eShop):

Same here, I'd give it a 8 or 9.
I'm enjoying it with my daughters which is 6 and 10 year old. It's a game perfectly suited for a father to play a coop-game with his children.
I rarely see any real complete coop-game like that ! Thanks Frima !