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Ikki80 commented on Nintendo Download: 20th September 2012 (Europe):
Ikki80 commented on La Mulana European Release Also Confirmed for ...:
Great!My NPoints and my body are ready! XD
Ikki80 commented on Fluidity Is Your New Club Nintendo Reward:
It's not a pure puzzle, it has platform and metroidvania elements
Ikki80 commented on Nintendo Download: 26th July 2012 (Europe):
Horizon Riders is 500NP according to Italian Official Nintendo website
Ikki80 commented on Feature: James's Favourite Nintendo Life Moments:
Ikki80 commented on Nigoro: Still a Chance for La-Mulana on WiiWare:
No DLC?No problem for me.
Ikki80 commented on Feature: The Best Soundtracks on Wii:
@darien Fi's Theme is an example of how much you are wrong
No More Heroes and especially No More Heroes Desperate Struggle!
Ikki80 commented on Review: Soccer Up! (WiiWare):
Tips are ready in the community thread
@nintendo1999: Yeah, I bought it about a week ago and I like it. Soon I'll write a short summary of tips about it, now that I've learned to use aftertouch, I can score regularly.
@nintendo1999 If you like Sensible Soccer/Kick Off style soccer games and you are not afraid of challenging games,you should give this game a chance.
@Jahir:"But the game should be able to stand by its own, I mean, why would you have to play 90's games just to see how good (or bad) this game is? "
This game belongs to another genre of soccer games, so you should not try to play as FIFA or PES. You can't enjoy a game that you play in a wrong way, it's like playing Mario Kart and criticize the guide model because it's not similar to Gran Turismo.Different type of game, different way of playing it.
@Kid_A"Also, one should not have to play a 90's PC game to be able to appreciate a game in 2011. Even if Sensible Soccer is Soccer Up's main inspiration, the game should still be fun in its own right."
This is the core of the discussion and in my opinion you are terribly wrong.As I wrote in another post, you can't play a 90's style soccer game pretending you are playing a modern game. In your review and post you show us that you don't know how to play a classic soccer game.Why you ignored our tips on the community board?
@edhe You call faults some aspects that I call design choices. Old school soccer games had similar controls with less options(for example Sensible Soccer uses only ONE button) so this IS a classic form of control for the genre. As regards slide tackle, it IS possible to slide tackle without foul but you have to hit the ball and not the active player, it's not easy but it prevents slide-spamming.This game HAS faults, infact I agree with you for poor Mii support and the manual is awful, but I think this really is an enjoyable "90's style" soccer game.
This review is full of errors and wrote without a right "background".You CAN'T pretend to play a 90'ish soccer game as a modern game.You CAN pass accurately, you CAN sprint, you CAN build tactics, you CAN slide tackle without foul,you CAN score regularly.But to do all these things, you have to train, trying to understand how the aftertouch system works (it's unquestionably true that the manual is not clear on controls).Sorry but I can't agree with this review,
Ikki80 commented on Bit Boy!! Coming to Europe July 3rd:
@Chibi LinkYour prediction is not necessarily true,according to other country Nintendo sites:1)Last Week in that List there was LIT with "New" icon and it's not out yet in EU2)In that list also Overturn had the "New" icon and a release date (may 2009) and it's not out yet.