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KeroKero_Cola

KeroKero_Cola

United States

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Fri 29th August, 2008

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#11

KeroKero_Cola commented on Miis Race to the Finish in Sonic Racing:

SEGA isn't so much developing this game, X, Sumo Digital is, and they are also the ones who developed the infamous OutRun games.

Don't be so close-minded. I'm certain this game will rock as Sumo is great at the racing genre.

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#14

KeroKero_Cola commented on Review: Zombies Ate My Neighbors (Virtual Cons...:

The review on IGN is actually inaccurate (which affects the score.) He states there is no radar in the game (when there actually is) and also says you can't gain more neighbors after the amount depletes (when actually, you can get it back to ten with enough points.)

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#17

KeroKero_Cola commented on Here Are Those Mario & Sonic Dream Events You ...:

I like how they are pretending to be having fun, so much fun in fact. I'm sorry, I hate to dog on a game that I have yet to play, but I just remember how awful (in my opinion) the first one was. I don't have high hopes for this one either, judging by what I've seen.

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#28

KeroKero_Cola commented on Nintendo Download: Ninjas, Picture Books, Slot...:

Catch-up week? Give me a break. This is awful.

I'm also irritated that they haven't released a new episode for Final Fantasy IV: The After Years, it's been two months since they released the first. Now that it's been so long that I've played, I don't even remember what was going in the story. By the time they do release it, I'm going to be lost.

As far as the virtual console goes, I haven't downloaded anything since Super Mario RPG, and that was released a year ago. I'm still waiting Nintendo for you to release something actually worthwhile.

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#37

KeroKero_Cola commented on The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask:

I can't say this is my favorite in the series, but I love it nonetheless.

What's great about the Zelda series is that each installment gives you some fresh and new to tackle (Zelda 64 was the first 3D title, Majora's Mask dealt with time, Wind Waker was cel-shaded.)

Each title has it's own charm about it. If you can't appreciate them all for what they are, then I feel sorry for you.

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#45

KeroKero_Cola commented on Secret of Mana:

I've never played this game, but I might consider downloading it if it ever comes to the states.

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#46

KeroKero_Cola commented on Japanese Virtual Console list - September 2008:

Yay, Mario Golf. It probably won't see a stateside release until next year, because Nintendo is obsessed with releasing Turbo Grafix's (or however you spell it) games every week.

I'm keeping my fingers crossed for Mario Tennis as well, can't wait for that.

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#47

KeroKero_Cola commented on Super Mario Bros. 2:

One of my first video games I ever had, and still my favorite Mario game on the NES. Even though people may not like the off-the-wall elements of the game, because it is indeed very different from 1 and 3, but it's legacy continues on to this day.

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#48

KeroKero_Cola commented on SimCity:

I remember being just a little kid and I would try so hard to build a town, but nothing would ever start building. It wasn't until later that I was at an understanding that buildings cannot function without ELECTRICITY.

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#50

KeroKero_Cola commented on Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars:

I can understand why Europe got this before America simply because Europe did not receive a PAL version, but why did Japan receive this MONTHS ago? Are they always first?

I somehow remember an article on the net, I believe it was IGN stating that Mario RPG was confirmed to be released last year...? I don't mind waiting, especially for a game this good, but the wait is beginning to get a little ridiculous.