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Male, 15, United States

Wed 23rd November, 2011

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JohnPhilipSousa commented on Aussie Retailers Express Their Views on Wii U:

I'm not Australian, but I have to say I think that it's more because of how all the kids these days think they're too old for Nintendo and need to play M games to be cool. It disgusts me that I'm in the same age group as these kids, especially since gaming isn't the only thing they're like this about. These kids believe that the Xbox is superior in power to high-end PCs because "it's better", even though it's at least 6 year-old hardware that was inferior when it came out. One kid who is 14 brought a gaming magazine to school and claimed that the Wii U graphics suck based on pictures in a magazine, and that the games must all suck because of it. So trust me, even when it is well known, it'll still be trashed by the "hard-core" gamers with little basis in fact.
TL;DR: I hate my generation.



JohnPhilipSousa commented on Rhythm Thief Joins Layton in Jump to iOS:

I just wish that Windows Phone would get stuff more often. The OS has a much better UI than iOS, but since all the sheeple went and bought iPhones to be "cool" and "hip", that's where the money is, and as such, the developers follow, similar to how the hunter ruthlessly stalks the bison.



JohnPhilipSousa commented on NES Signed by Stars of The Wizard Up For Sale:

I just looked this up. I saw this (at least the end of it, maybe more though) as a wee youngin. I remember seeing that ending with a never before played game. It's ironic that I saw this much after said game was released. (Curse you being born in late 90s, CURSE YOU!



JohnPhilipSousa commented on Talking Point: Challenges for the Future of Ni...:

I personally find that a smartphone is quite an important device in this day and age. I myself decided to get a Windows Phone so that my money would go to a company that makes real gaming machines. For me games are a small part of smartphones. The real important thing about them is internet and productivity usages. Games belong on game systems. Not phones.