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KillScottKill

KillScottKill

Male, United States

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KillScottKill

#1

KillScottKill commented on Review: Mega Man Battle Network 3 Blue & White...:

So I know Tim did the Battle Network 2 review, but even so, BN3 having a higher score than BN2 on this site is just... Filthy wrong.

Those perusing the comments really needing an opinion on these games if you haven't played them: trust me. Battle Network 2 is infinitely better than 3. I dropped hundreds of hours on this franchise in my youth. 4 and on will be kinda meh if they make it to Wii U.

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#7

KillScottKill commented on Review: Mega Man & Bass (Wii U eShop / Game Bo...:

I can't take a review seriously if it cites a game as "unfair."

Mega Man and Bass was a good GBA game, but a GREAT Super Famicom game. The GBA port's problem is that the camera is a tad far in (though the hitbox size isn't much different from Mega Man 7) and the fact that, though the game feels as if it's best designed around Bass's abilities, Bass can be hard to play due to the wonky dash mechanic. In the SFC original, dashing was just one button, but on the GBA version it was a double tap of the directional arrow (unless they somehow changed that for the emulation). It's a tough thing to master, but it can be done. I beat this game multiple times with each character back in the day.

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#18

KillScottKill commented on Review: Super Mario 64 (Wii U eShop / Nintendo...:

@BLPs thaaaaaaank you. Like most things on N64, Mario 64 is always judged with nostalgia glasses or given a pass for being the first of its kind. It has always had a lot of problems.

10/10 means perfect. Perfect is PERFECT. Not perfect with qualifiers and conditions. Super Mario 64 is not perfect. If this game's a 10, then Banjo Kazooie, Mario Kart 64, and Ocarina of Time are 11s and 12s.

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#27

KillScottKill commented on Review: Mario Party 10 (Wii U):

I can't believe it plays like Mario Party 9 did. I'm even more appalled that the review is in favor of that. Everyone hated Mario Party 9.

Once again, Nintendo is shoehorning players into how they think they SHOULD be playing their game and destroying the concept choice. We can't choose to play Mario Party 10 the way we played Mario Party growing up. Heck, there isn't even online play (in 2015... Let that sink in, 2015). What a waste.

I seriously just cancelled my preorder.

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#31

KillScottKill commented on Eiji Aonuma Explains That The Legend of Zelda ...:

@DarkKirby If it isn't this then I will be crushed. That isn't Skyrim. That's ZELDA. The Legend of Zelda on NES was first to do that. I'm tired of playing Ocarina rehashes. The hardware is finally capable of making an HD 3D game based on the formula of the original Zelda. That's what it needs to be.

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#37

KillScottKill commented on YouTube Stars Aren't Happy With Nintendo's Rev...:

Everyone defending Nintendo is just as much of a joke as they are.

The most successful LP channels on YouTube aren't popular because of the games they're playing, they're popular because of what they have to offer compared to ever other countless LP channel. People don't watch Pewdiepie, Markiplier, TBFP, Game Grumps, etc. because of the game, they do it because they find those people are entertaining and they empathize with whatever their comedy style is. Nintendo trying to take a dime from anyone who does more than just upload gameplay footage is pure garbage.

You're already in 3rd place, Nintendo. How about you try not aggravating a community of creators that actually reaches a video gaming audience, unlike yourselves.

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#40

KillScottKill commented on Ocarina Of Time 3D Reportedly No Longer In Pro...:

Welcome to old news central. Physical copies of this have been going for well over $50 on ebay for quite some time.

Which by the way, is absolutely maddening. Another reason why Nintendo is slowly poisoning my attitude towards them. There's obviously a DEMAND for physical copies of this game. Plus your install base is about to grow with the New 3DS hitting Europe and NA, WITH Majora's Mask. You think there aren't some people who would also like to buy OoT at their local game store too?

But nah, let's not make more. We here at Nintendo are allergic to money.

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#41

KillScottKill commented on Not Everyone is Thrilled That Metroid Prime Tr...:

I paid $50 for it a couple of years ago - used.

Really, this is stupid. Why even bother showing how much sealed copies sold for? The people who paid for those have no intention of ever playing it. And how much the used copy goes for doesn't matter either. If I didn't already own it, I would still rather pay $50 for the original than download it for Wii U. This is like calling people who want the authentic Earthbound cartridge bitter because it's only $10 on Wii U. There's something to be said for owning a physical copy - especially in comparison to a download that isn't even on the original console.

What's cooler, having a copy of Super Mario Bros. in a folder on your Wii U? Or being able to point the original five screw cartridge you have on your shelf?

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#45

KillScottKill commented on Talking Point: The New Nintendo 3DS Could Be a...:

I remain extremely aggravated that the standard model isn't coming here. This wouldn't be an issue if it weren't for Nintendo's outdated policy on region locking (another baffling decision). The only way to get the "New" features (C-stick, ZL, ZR, exclusive games) is by dropping $200 on an oversized model that blows out the graphics and doesn't even come with a charger.

I guess I'll be skipping on a generation of Nintendo handhelds for the first time in my life.