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Inazuma_Pikpik

Inazuma_Pikpik

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Male, 15, United States

Somwhere between Tingle and Sheogorath on the insanity meter. That is it. No, really. There's nothing else. I'm finished. It's done. Complete. There is absolutely nothing left to be typed into this box. Absolutely. Nothing. You hear me? NOTHING.

Joined:
Tue 13th November, 2012

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Inazuma_Pikpik

#2

Inazuma_Pikpik commented on New Nintendo 3DS Models Announced:

My guess is this'll be treated like the DSi was when it came to physical exclusives. There might be a handful of games that only work on the new 3DS, but most games will work on both the new and old models.

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#7

Inazuma_Pikpik commented on New Nintendo 3DS Models Announced:

The micro SD thing puts me off. I've already spent too much getting a 32 gigabyte SDHC card as is. I don't want to go buy a new one in order to play my downloaded games again.

Inazuma_Pikpik

#25

Inazuma_Pikpik commented on Third Annual Hyrule Hustlers: Zelda Marathon F...:

Someone actually thinks about the children, instead of just saying "Think of the children!" Way to go.
I love seeing my favorite pastime used to help people. Things like this and Awesome Games Done Quick show that video games aren't playthings that cause violence.

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#40

Inazuma_Pikpik commented on Game Designers Reveal How Super Mario Bros. 3 ...:

I wanted to make a comment before the bias began, but... it seems I'm too late. This was just proving how regular games can be converted to a free-to-play format, and I'd say they did a good job. Us self-proclaimed "gamers" would never play it, but think about who f2p games are directed at. The hardcore audience? No. The casual audience who will play for 5-10 minutes? Yes. Their idea makes sense, and it would be fairly successful is SMB3 as we know it never existed.

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#45

Inazuma_Pikpik commented on GameStop Accused of Re-Printing Xenoblade Chro...:

If Nintendo and Atlus did an official reprint, they definitely didn't give GS the go-ahead open the games, mark them as used, and mark the price up to $90.So Gamestop either did something legally fishy, or just morally wrong. Either way, I think I'll be buying my games from Target for a while.