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KingofSaiyans

KingofSaiyans

Male, 26, United States

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KingofSaiyans

#3

KingofSaiyans commented on Ubisoft's Former Wii U Exclusive ZombiU Confir...:

I really enjoyed ZombiU. I thought it was one of the few Wii U games that used the gamepad really well, but I wonder how this will play out on Xbox One or PS4 since the game pad was fundamental to the gameplay. Maybe the light bar will be used to scan the enviroment. I'm not sure if that multiplayer mode where one person is the dungeon master using the gamepad could still work though

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#6

KingofSaiyans commented on Poll: What Did You Think of Nintendo's E3 Digi...:

Starfox was such a let down for me. I was expecting epic space battles but in reality its a lowkey Starfox 64 HD. Hyrule warriors 3ds? Pass. Zelda 3 swords? Pass. Mario tennis pass. Very disappointing E3 for nintendo. Almost as bad as the Wii music year. To top it all off they introduce a ridiculous animal crossing board game that no one asked for

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#11

KingofSaiyans commented on Capcom Thinks It Can Shift 2.5 Million Copies ...:

I hope this doesn't come out in America shortly after. I'm just about to reach G-Rank in MH Ultimate 4. I don't want to have to start over again unless I can transfer my save data. Which I doubt. If this was on Wii U then I'd jump in on day one no questions asked.

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#16

KingofSaiyans commented on Feature: What We Want to See in the Splatoon D...:

@iikki5 you're awesome dude. Glad to see a Nintendo fan that still sees the reality and error of Nintendo's ways. There's nothing wrong with being a Nintendo fan and also pointing out what they can improve on so that they can regain their popularity amongst all the gamers that moved on to other consoles

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#18

KingofSaiyans commented on Feature: What We Want to See in the Splatoon D...:

@JaxonH And I understand voice chat isn't for everyone but nowadays there's a solution for everyone in the form of parental controls and the mute button. I personally benefitted from voice chat on Monster Hunter 3 on Wii U just because it's easier to tell my teammates if I spotted a monster, plan to set a bomb, or just to make funny comments and socialize during gameplay. And perhaps the fact that Nintendo's online service is free is what's preventing them from offering a full fledged service like Xbox Live. If that's the case I hope they announce a paid online service in the near future.

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#20

KingofSaiyans commented on Feature: What We Want to See in the Splatoon D...:

@JaxonH By no means do I think the lack of voice chat will affect the quality of Splatoon. It still looks like a solid game with that distinct Nintendo charm. But when people start saying that it's ok for Nintendo's online services to be outdated just because Nintendo feels the same way that's when I feel there's a problem and it will only elongate Nintendo's archaic stance on modern gaming

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#25

KingofSaiyans commented on Nintendo Direct: A Special Splatoon Direct is ...:

I was looking forward to some strategic 4v4 matches with friends but like always Nintendo hates any form of real socialization between friends. I'll be wanting to ask my teammates for help during a match and the only thing I'm able to do is select a prewritten message that says "good game"

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#29

KingofSaiyans commented on Editorial: Nintendo's Heading For a Period of ...:

I can see the concern that people have when it comes to Nintendo flirting with mobile gaming. While my initial concern was that we would soon be seeing a generic, free-to-play, side scrolling Mario game with microtransactions I also remembered that Nintendo values quality and that they wouldn't just follow that conventional trend. Nintendo made it clear during their presentation that they're seeking ways to bridge the gap between consoles and mobile devices. With that being said I feel that Nintendo's take on mobile games will offer a different approach and experience compared to its competition. A coulple of examples of this idea would be something along the lines of a companion app/mobile game where say you control Link in a digging mini game with Dampe from Ocarina of Time. And whatever rewards you unlock whether it be rupees or materials to upgrade Link's equipment could be transferred over to the console version of Zelda. Another idea I feel is imminent is using their dedicated app as a central marketing hub for all the latest news, releases,etc. I can see accessing the eshop and pre-purchasing the newest titles, downloading a demo and having it ready to play on your console when you get home or watching the latest Nintendo Direct. The possibilities are endless and that's why I'm looking at the glass half full.

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#46

KingofSaiyans commented on Feature: The Wii U is Two Years Old, But How's...:

My list of Wii U games (excluding numerous VC titles)
Nintendo Land
Pikmin 3
Splinter Cell Blacklist
Rayman Legends
Zelda: Wind Waker HD
Wonderful 101
Mario 3D World
ZombiU
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate
DK: Tropical Freeze
New Super Mario U
Resident Evil Revelations
Mario Kart 8
Hyrule Warriors
Bayonetta 1 & 2

As far as games the Wii U hasn't disappointed me, BUT their watered down online multiplayer, lack of cross game/party chat and major 3rd party releases are the only complaints I really have against it.