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Klimbatize

Klimbatize

ArtistFormallyKnownAsMetallicDonkey

United States

Adventure, excitement--a Jedi craves not these things.

Joined:
Tue 7th February, 2012

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Klimbatize

#5

Klimbatize commented on 3DS Release Added to Cult County's Core Kickst...:

Shouldn't have abandoned the platform that housed their strongest supporters (and sales) to begin with. Complete mishandling of the situation, unfortunately. It's too bad because I'm a fan and have supported every game they've released on the 3DS eShop. 3DS should have remained in the plans the entire time.

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#7

Klimbatize commented on Review: Secret Mysteries in New York (3DS eShop):

I'm glad this just went on sale on the eShop. It gave me a reason to look up this review and read it again. Funny stuff.

"After all, it's a well documented fact that nobody in North America has ever even heard of London...and even if they had, it's doubtful that they would ever believe it's a real place."

"You mainly control Oscar Gaebelein, an All-American name if we've ever heard one."

Haha.

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#14

Klimbatize commented on Play: Mario Kart 7 with Nintendo Life:

All right. Got 3 sets of races in, but unfortunately I have stuff to do. I'll leave while on top on the group standings (which will hold up for about 30 more seconds).

Great races, everyone.

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#34

Klimbatize commented on PS4 Launch Sales Close to Wii U Equivalents, 3...:

@ThomasBW84 Shame on you for presenting this information this way. "Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze swings past 50,000 sales to date" is so biased! You should have used the word "rocketed" to describe DKC's wonderful accomplishment of being in the Top 12 in its second week of release. Why are you so negative all the time????

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#42

Klimbatize commented on Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze Only Sell...:

So basically a lot of people want this site to lie to them.

Don't listen to the people with their heads in the sand, NintendoLife. Your articles show a fair representation of the Nintendo landscape.

Well, except those stories on AE Games. :P Giving that "company" credibility was embarrassing.

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#45

Klimbatize commented on Talking Point: Nintendo Direct Pointed to Anot...:

@JohnRedcorn I'm thinking about creating ibehard games. All I need is a blog, Microsoft Paint, some cut/pasted comments from online forums, and the ability to send out a press release. This will get me a lot of exposure from legit websites, and support from thousands. Want to help?

I guess we'll need programmers and some dev kits eventually, but meh, obviously you don't need that stuff to be considered a video game company. Blind adoration and unwarranted attention will work just fine for me for now.

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#46

Klimbatize commented on Talking Point: Nintendo Direct Pointed to Anot...:

Should have courted third parties from the get go. Should have included the heavy hitters in on the development, and received their input. Should have made it match the power of the other consoles so they would get viable ports. Should have respected third parties more.

Man, I love Nintendo, more than any other VG company...but WTF?

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#47

Klimbatize commented on AE Games Reveals Mad Men Football, High Impact...:

Now you're shifting this into a completely different argument. I agree that we should welcome new developers. This guy isn't one. He's some guy who posted a blog blaming third party publishers for the lack of support, then created this "company".

My original point still stands. You are so desperate to find good news about the Wii U that you'll grasp onto anything, even something that has no credibility.

I hope this "f***ing whiner" (as you called me) managed to keep this post from being personal. Wouldn't want to throw insults around or anything.

I dug that contradiction quite a bit, lol.

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#48

Klimbatize commented on AE Games Reveals Mad Men Football, High Impact...:

By the way, it's interesting that when you view that blog in "Mobile" mode, it shows that 90% of the comments are by the same guy (J Mullins) talking up the game under different user names. Gee, I wonder if J Mullins is the owner of that blog...

He's a fraud and he's laughing at you.

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#49

Klimbatize commented on AE Games Reveals Mad Men Football, High Impact...:

@TheRealThanos Delusional. And belligerently naive.

Everyone who is calling the skeptics "negative" should calm down. I'm not being negative. I'm just not a moron who believes anything put on some blog on the internet until I get some real evidence to back it up. Honestly, I assumed the majority of people did that.

When absolutely nothing comes from this "developer", I'll gladly accept your apology for saying I should be buried under a pile of rocks simply for being a realist.

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#50

Klimbatize commented on AE Games Reveals Mad Men Football, High Impact...:

@rumple88 LOL. It's not being "butthurt", it's living in reality. It's clearly not real.

Did NL vet this "developer" at all? Some dude with no known credentials sets up a blog to rail against some companies who aren't supporting the Wii U, and now he's getting legit coverage from credible sites as if he really has something in the works. He's admitted to being one guy, with a blog, without a dev kit, money, or even a graphics programmer.

They could minimally say "take this with a huge block of salt" to cover their skins, but they seem to be buying into it as much as everyone who's starved for good news for the Wii U.