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KingCreezy

KingCreezy

My name is Legion, for we are many.

Male, 27, United States

I've been a long time gamer starting in 1989. I enjoy all genres but really enjoy platformers, action adventure, and rpgs. Fletch is my favorite movie. I'm a husband and a dad.

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Thu 20th March, 2014

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KingCreezy

#1

KingCreezy commented on Review: My Jurassic Farm (Wii U eShop):

I bought this, then I punched myself in the nose for doing it. Even my 6 year old daughter thought it was horrible. I was hoping for any kind of resemblance to Dino Park Tycoon but this is just horrendous and makes Farmville look like a AAA heavyweight game in comparison. A 3/10 solely on the facts that the game doesnt immediately crash while playing and because the title of the game is spelt correctly.

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#3

KingCreezy commented on Nintendo Goes Download-Only With The 2014 Club...:

Did I seriously read that some think they should be paid for taking Club Nintendo surveys?! Wow! I think Im a little disappointed at the options but certainly nothing to be raging over. For the people that own the games already, I think thats a very legitimate problem/concern.
Also in my mind this does qualify as being exclusive. We are the only ones that get this for free. We dont have to spend coins or real dollars. Its restricted to elite members only.

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#5

KingCreezy commented on Tekken 7 Revealed At Evo 2014, Platforms Uncon...:

"Not only is Unreal Engine 4 powerful and easy to use, but it allows us to immediately bring Tekken 7 to any platform we desire."
Even though I have no hope for this coming to the Wii U, statements like this drive me insane. If they don't want to bring it to the Wii U then fine, but why go out and say something like that. This is all assuming there are no plans for it to come of course. Im probably reading too much into it though.

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#14

KingCreezy commented on E3 2014: Code Name: S.T.E.A.M., A Brand New IP...:

We know very little other than some screens and a brief description of the type of game and yet people are shooting this down already. Did I seriously read in the comments that xbox1 had a great showing because 70% of the games shown were violent?? That's what's wrong in gaming as well as the whole Nintendo needs stronger hardware. We have Bayonetta and Devils Third coming that are violent if that's your thing. They look great and thankfully we dont have a saturation of the genre on the Wii U. If all you're interested in is violence,fps, and sand box games then go get the other systems.That's not what Nintendo does nor has it ever done.

As far as Nintendo changing peoples impression of them and their products, its not that simple obviously. With that being said I've seen tons of Nintendo bashers change their tune the last couple of days. Some say they want Nintendo to just unveil a new franchise that's gonna be as big as Mario, Zelda, pokemon etc. How is anybody supposed to know that a franchise is just gonna blow up like that. Those franchises are a staple in society because of how long they've been around and/or the immediate impact they had after the video game crash. Nobody had seen anything like them before and to expect that same kind of impact from anything(especially overnight) is foolish.

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#15

KingCreezy commented on E3 2014: Code Name: S.T.E.A.M., A Brand New IP...:

I for one, am very excited for this. I can't understand people getting upset that this wasn't MM3D. I will always take a new ip over a remake/hd upgrade. We've already got/will get
3ds
Zelda OOT3d
Zelda ALBW

Wii U
Zelda Wind Waker Hd
Hyrule Warriors
Zelda U
Plus all the Zelda games on the virtual console. Showing Majoras Mask over this would've been a huge let down and a waste imo.

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#25

KingCreezy commented on Mario Kart 8 DLC Confirmed for Japan With Free...:

It really doesn't bother me one way or the other. Product placement has been common in games for as long as I can remember all the way back to the Nes. As long as its not one big a** commercial I'm cool with it. This is the same company that had its own cereal for crying out loud.. Either way, it looks like we could be getting some more dlc, which I'm also cool with.

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#29

KingCreezy commented on Review: Adventures of Lolo (Wii U eShop / NES):

@River3636 I was a hardcore collector for years. Rarity is subjective, outside of the games we know that had limited prints, were store exclusives, etc. Overall I'd label this game as uncommon. It can be pricey but with over 50 copies on ebay alone at any given time, I have a hard time calling it rare. Collecting has become insane. Some think price=rarity. Example: Earthbound. The game is simply uncommon, not rare, but it fetches crazy money.

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#31

KingCreezy commented on Review: Adventures of Lolo (Wii U eShop / NES):

Certainly don't think the music and graphics are bad at all but to each his/her own. Personally, I still find myself humming the music 20+ years later. It does have some difficult puzzles but nothing too crazy. The real challenge is in Lolo 3. That game can get nuts!!! However, it's also my favorite.