User Profile



Computer engineering student

Male, 19, Brazil

I'm a nintendo fan that loves animes and tennis. I'm also in the computer engineering course at college. but I really want to become a game designer.

Sat 23rd March, 2013

Recent Comments



GuSilverFlame commented on Capcom Holding A Weapon Design Contest For Mon...:

I'm entering it!
time to put to use all those history classes I wasted drawing weapons due to the lack of a good teacher in high school!

love how they keep it clear that the monetary value of the price is ZERO! XD



GuSilverFlame commented on Soapbox: Ignoring The Objectification Of Women...:

I don't see how this is any more offensive than many western games with all the sex stuff and all, saying this game is bad and overly sexist is either being naive, unaware of ANY game rated above 13, narrow minded or biased against japanese stuff....



GuSilverFlame commented on Review: Pokémon Link: Battle! (3DS eShop):

well another game to get I love Puzzle games, Pokémon games and Pokémon themed Puzzle games(Pokémon Puzzle league is the best one) so this going to be great
oh wait it's on the Eshop.........
maybe someday.....



GuSilverFlame commented on Soapbox: The Nintendo Wi-Fi Disconnection Remi...:

people and companies should try to find a balance between old and new, picking values of the past that are healthy/useful while adding the ease of modern methods. for games that aren't "single player only" having both online and offline modes should be a standard and having multiplayer for both online and offline is always welcome.



GuSilverFlame commented on Capcom Is Aware That We All Want A New Mega Ma...:

I want more Megaman, don't care if its Classic, X, Zero, ZX, Legends, Battle Network, Star Force or any other style as long as it remais true to the name or names since Legends, Battle Network and Star Force took a completely different road from the other Megaman games



GuSilverFlame commented on Former Criterion Boss Alex Ward Laments Issues...:

well that's the first thing I was told in my first programming class:
"programmers are the most blamed species in the world, if any problem happens in anything related to the program, even if it's the user's fault for doing what is excplicitly warned to not be done, it will instantly be their fault and their mothers will be called B****es."
and I'm studying to be a computer engineer so I think people specialized in programming should be even more aware of the situation.