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LUIGITORNADO

LUIGITORNADO

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LUIGITORNADO

#8

LUIGITORNADO commented on I'll Take Zelda And Mario Over Sharing Call Of...:

OMG what a stupid comment. Like the lack of Call of Duty actually means it's a differing experience in a positive light.

You can still be differing have major third party games on your system! I hope he doesn't expect us adults to just eat his words like mindless sheep.

LUIGITORNADO

#11

LUIGITORNADO commented on Iwata Cites "Same-Generation Hypothesis" For S...:

Yes. So how about you make some Metroid games.

Anyway, Nintendo's problem is, is they can't keep all those gamers growing up with them. They throw out a net as they age, a few get caught, but others move on.

They should be looking at that as where their potential growth should be.

LUIGITORNADO

#13

LUIGITORNADO commented on Nintendo Returns to Profit as Wii U Sales Show...:

Their momentum is going to drop off the cliff after the Holidays. We know nothing about release dates going into next year. Again they're going to favor a drought going into April, and leave 2015 heavier during fall-winter.

They never learn.

LUIGITORNADO

#25

LUIGITORNADO commented on Video: Début Footage of UCraft Aims to Show M...:

@gage_wolf

OMG SEXUAL CONTENT! Minecraft doesn't have any of that >_<

And gaming needs more GOOD, fast, fluid, combo-action games:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NHk7xMJs1M

So excuse me if I'm not crying your absurd remark that Nintendo should have paid for Minecraft OVER B2 when we can play Minecraft almost anywhere we want.

I shouldn't have even bothered. Your comment that Bayonetta is just fan service was the tip off to your ignorance.

LUIGITORNADO

#35

LUIGITORNADO commented on Review: Bayonetta (Wii U eShop):

" It also raises questions over the portrayal of Bayonetta in terms of gender representation; there are interpretations that suggest she's a powerful, strong women asserting herself, while other arguments state that she's simply a figure of male fantasy. We dither between those two perspectives and middle-ground depending on the stage, it seems, as Bayonetta's displays of admirable power are then joined by overtly sexual 'torture' moves. Once again, be prepared for the realities of what Bayonetta brings to the Wii U, and accept that there may be some cringe-worthy sequences."

BOOOO!