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Knuckles

Knuckles

The Echinda

United States

Playing Sonic 3 & Knuckles introduced me into the world of video games, and made Sonic the Hedgehog my favorite series. I mostly have played the 2D games, so I have never had a problem with the quality.

Joined:
Thu 29th December, 2011
Website:
http://8bitforward.forumotion.com

Recent Comments

Knuckles

#9

Knuckles commented on Fresh Batch of New Nintendo 3DS Ambassador Ema...:

@Grumblevolcano My 3DS was stolen on May 1st, 2013, not a date I am likely to forget anytime soon. Not 2011. I've checked eBay since then for ambassador systems to see the price, and they are becoming rarer, but still available at higher prices than I would have paid.

@Damo What! Demand a raise from NL! You deserve it!(I know NL writers don't get paid, or at least didn't used to)
Launch a Kickstarter then Damian, I'm sure you can get some 25NLifers to donate the equivalent of 5 euros/pounds each.

Knuckles

#10

Knuckles commented on Fresh Batch of New Nintendo 3DS Ambassador Ema...:

@GrumbleVolcano Careful what you wish for. I wished for the exact same thing and wound up having my 3DS stolen. When I got a replacement, it was an ambassador edition off of eBay for the same price as (not sure if 3DS prices have dropped since) current retail, $170

Sure, Nintendo gave me eShop credit because I filled a police report and got the money back to download some of my stolen eShop games, but the saves were forever lost, along with my copy of KIU.

So, be careful what you wish for, it might come true in a way you least expect.

Knuckles

#14

Knuckles commented on Review: Young Justice: Legacy (3DS eShop):

I remembered that is game bombed, saw it on sale on the eShop for $4.99, and refound this humorous review. I figured if the game wasn't too bad, I wouldn't mind playing as Nightwing and Robin. Not for this quality.

Knuckles

#27

Knuckles commented on Nintendo Download: 18th December (Europe):

@6ch6ris6 In Japan, the theme will be released separately for 200 Yen, but free to anyone who buys the game on the eShop for 40 dollars, instead of the 20 we have going on in the US and EU. NA Snake Eater is out this week for 20.

Knuckles

#28

Knuckles commented on Nintendo Download: 18th December (Europe):

ITS NOT A SONIC BOOM BUNDLE!
Its not called that in America, I'm away from my 3DS and can't check, but when all themes are of the Modern, not Sonic Boom style, and have music like Seaside Hill (Sonic Modern Gen. Remix) Radical Highway(Amazing song of Shadows), and Amy's Theme My Sweet Passion, it isn't Sonic Boom.

Knuckles

#30

Knuckles commented on Developer of Retro City Rampage Explains, Agai...:

VBlank is attempting to make profit off of the Wiiware version while he still can. Come Jan2015 or some date near there, it is impossible for him to get the money he should have earned.
I think after then when he has lost his profit altogether, then he will port it to Wii U.

Knuckles

#38

Knuckles commented on Soapbox: Sonic, It's Time to Talk:

@Damo While I agree with bringing back Naka, he has stated on interview that he is glad to be free from having to make new Sonic games like Sakurai is forever tied to Smash, Kojima to Metal Gear, Anouma to Zelda and Miyamoto to Mario.
So while I would love it, I don't think its possible.

Knuckles

#43

Knuckles commented on Review: Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (Wii U):

@JonWahlgren In one of the first few paragraphs, you say there are 50 Fighters, 52 Counting the Miis different forms.
However, I just recounted my fully unlocked roster on the 3DS version, and their are 49 fighters, 51 if you count the Mii Fighters. Did you accidentally count the random button or the yet to be released Mewtwo? Is there an exclusive hidden fighter in the Wii U version?

Knuckles

#45

Knuckles commented on Sonic Boom Exploit Allows Players to Skip Larg...:

I knew this would be next to impossible to nail after finding out what the Wii U version had planned. Looked cool on paper, but after playing many Sonic games, I can wholeheartedly say that I knew this game would not be able to live up to expectations.