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Haz

Haz

United States

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Tue 6th March, 2012

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Haz

#1

Haz commented on Review: Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (Wii U):

Good on you for waiting to test the online component before scoring. I've been severely burned by The Master Chief Collection this month (yes I am also an Xbox gamer, please don't yell at me!).

Haz

#3

Haz commented on Feature: Does Super Smash Bros. Wii U's Smash ...:

I'm sure this will meet or exceed my expectations, since my expectations are "probably terrible". I have no intention to play this mode. If I ever do, it will only be to complete challenges.

Haz

#4

Haz commented on Video: Teenagers Try Their Hand at the Origina...:

@Samuel-Flutter That's actually how I always held the controller. I had a weird callous on the skin between my thumb and index finger of my left hand as a kid because of how far my thumb would have to stretch to touch the analog stick. Everyone seemed to think my hand position was weird, but I was the best at Smash and Goldeneye amongst my friends.

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#5

Haz commented on SmileBASIC:

@GAMEandASH I think you're really, really overestimating the appeal of something like this. There are much better technologies these days for introducing people to programming, and even for creating simple shareable games (although maybe not on the 3DS). Other methods also don't require typing code on a touch-screen, which is definitely not an ideal instrument.

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#9

Haz commented on Don't Worry, Nintendo Hasn't Forgotten About T...:

I would be fine if I had to continue going into Wii Mode to play some of my VC games if I could at least use the Gamepad as a controller. It's nice that we can now use its display, but I'd rather not have to prop it up and use my classic controller in order to play in bed or while lying on the couch.

Haz

#10

Haz commented on Review: 1001 Spikes (3DS eShop):

I picked this up for the 3DS so that I could play it during lunch breaks and on the go, and I like it enough that I may eventually grab the Wii U version if its ever on sale. (but I certainly don't feel like paying another $10.01 for a second copy). I think that anyone who enjoyed Cloudberry Kindgom will also like this game, although this game lacks the obnoxiously deceptive hitboxes found in Cloudberry Kingdom and exchanges them for traps and pitfalls that can only be discovered through trial and error rather than simply keen observation and planning.

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#13

Haz commented on Mario Kart Month: Nintendo Life's Team Shares ...:

A feature which has been very endearing to me is the little interactions between the racers, especially as you can see during the highlights. For example, if you honk your horn near another racer, it will startle them. When you watch replays, the level of interaction between characters almost makes it feel like you're watching a cartoon.