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JellySplat

JellySplat

guy with an alpaca hat

Male, 16, United States

Just a humble guy from GA. Would never harm a soul unless they are harming others. I like video games, collecting Pokemon cards, raising dogs, and drawing stuff!

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Thu 21st March, 2013

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JellySplat

#6

JellySplat commented on Fresh Bravely Second Details Highlight StreetP...:

Yeah I'll play it for sure! I was lucky enough to get the collectors edition before, and I hope I can do it again. There had BETTER be a sweet figurine with this collectors edition though, (even though the Japanese one from the first game looked like crap).

Art books are great too though. Can't say I don't like them, because then I would be lying.

JellySplat

#8

JellySplat commented on Club Nintendo in Japan is Full of Delightful T...:

@Vriess

If anyone should be complaining, its us in the USA. We have only had a crappy download for grill off: with ultra hand, and a few greeting card sets for the past year and a half. lol!

(BTW I'm not accusing you of complaining, just trying to be funny ;)

JellySplat

#22

JellySplat commented on Majora's Mask 3D Glitch Unlocks Fierce Deity L...:

@EarthboundBenjy

Probably because there is no way to take it off, I'd guess. I have found that doing the glitch that you mentioned earlier works best. Y'know the one where you go in to first person and switch out the mask for a non grayed out item set to x or y. It works very well for me.

Did you know that FD Link can walk right through the icebergs blocking the way to snowhead? I figured that out last night, kinda neat.

JellySplat

#29

JellySplat commented on Majora's Mask 3D Glitch Unlocks Fierce Deity L...:

It's important to note, that if you already have the Fierce Deity's mask in your inventory, the glitch won't work. You will turn into fierce deity Link, however you will remove the mask automatically if you already have the mask in your inventory.

I tried it, and this seemed like the most logical explanation.

JellySplat

#33

JellySplat commented on Eiji Aonuma Explains Several Design Choices in...:

@BlatantlyHeroic

I think you're over thinking it. I'm sure most of these guys who liked the old Garo mask better, can still appreciate the reason why it was changed. They're not "Opposing logic itself", they just like the old mask design better! Whether it makes more sense lore wise or not, it really doesn't matter.

I like the new mask, for both reasons (the look and the lore behind it), but theres no reason to prove someone wrong about this. It's just a preference.

JellySplat

#34

JellySplat commented on Eiji Aonuma Explains Several Design Choices in...:

@FlappyFalco

It's really not as bad as it seems. Most of the changes made are just for clarity. The bombers notebook only pops up when you start a quest, and helps you keep track of what tasks you've already completed. As far as the "weak point eyes", it's really not that much different from just hitting the monster, only now you have to aim a little.

The garo mask took a while to get used to for me too, but it honestly makes more sense this way, even if it doesn't look as cool to some people (I liked the new one). And ice arrows, well, you only ever used them in those particular spots anyway, so this just save you some magic, and a headache. The whole Zora thing though, my brother hates the change... But I like it because you just have one more option, and the slower swim is actually pretty fast! And the fast swim actually gave a purpose to the green potion! Lol!

Worth a play through for sure! But if you prefer the original, there's nothing wrong with that. Just keep in mind, that it seems " hand-holdier" than it actually is. Very fun!

JellySplat

#36

JellySplat commented on Eiji Aonuma Explains Several Design Choices in...:

@BlatantlyHeroic

People can enjoy or not enjoy the game however they want. If they like the old Garo mask, simply because of the look, then that's great for them!

Personally, I LOVE all the changes that were made in MM3D, because I like that sense of clarity that wasn't present in the N64 game. But if someone enjoys the old game more, just because of nostalgia... Then what's wrong with that? Nostalgia isn't inherently a bad thing.

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#41

JellySplat commented on We're Really Feeling It With These Xenoblade C...:

Those look nice!

They couldn't be that difficult to import right? I'd say that's the best idea. I guess it really just depends on the scarcity of the item though.

Good luck to all of you Europeans! I'm happy with my MM edition XL over here in 'Murica.