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Male, 18, United States

I am Mr. WalkieTalkie, a young man who has big dreams of animating! I am a fan of Nintendo and Disney, they're the most influential factors when creating. I despise people who insult others who enjoy Nintendo games & consoles for being "weak" or "childish". I say "PLAY WHAT MAKES YOU HAPPY!"

Tue 14th August, 2012

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MrWalkieTalkie commented on Rayman Trophy Revealed For Super Smash Bros. O...:

It just doesn't make sense for a 3rd Party character to just be a trophy in Smash Bros. We got all these Nintendo characters, and then there's just that one 3rd Party character that is just a trophy amongst all the 1st & 2nd party characters? No man, there's gotta be something more to this...



MrWalkieTalkie commented on Feature: The Biggest Wii U Games of 2014 - Sum...:

Definitely all 1st Party Titles. Sonic Boom is very likely no matter what reviews say. Project CARS is catching my interest more and more. Will get Skylanders later on but will collect figures beforehand (as usual). LEGO Batman is becoming tempting.



MrWalkieTalkie commented on Talking Point: Keeping It Simple Helped Ninten...:

I loved Nintendo at E3 this due to their plain and simple focus on what matters: fun. They didn't delve into development process or sales or any of that stuff. They just showed us the many new projects they've been working on and how much that they'll be and how much fun they had while making it.



MrWalkieTalkie commented on Talking Point: Mii, Myself and I - The Argumen...:

Miis work very well for Smash. They're in practically every other multiplayer Nintendo game, so why not? And they've become the main characters to so many titles! Wii Sports, Wii Play, Wii Party, Wii Music, Streetpass games, Pilotwings Resort, Nintendo Land, Tomodachi Life, the list goes on!

And I especially appreciate the fact that they didn't just pick one moveset based on their games but instead made 3 unique fighting styles complete with customization in both the Mii's clothing and moves. It perfectly represents Miis and how diverse they come in with all their shapes and sizes.

But yeah, Miis should be online compatible. There's already a lot of rules for SSB4's online that'll get you banned, so why not just add inappropriate Miis to that?




MrWalkieTalkie commented on Grezzo Seeks New Employees Asking If They Want...:

Probably next year there'll be a remake like how last year got Wind Waker HD (a remake) and A Link Between Worlds (new).

So next year we'll get Majora's Mask 3D (a remake) and Zelda U (new)

And in 2011 we got Ocarina of Time 3D (remake) and Skyward Sword (new)



MrWalkieTalkie commented on E3 2014: Nintendo Won't Bring Live Twitch Stre...:

Yeah, I really don't care. Never got what was so great about having your friends sit down and watch you play games, would much rather play games with them than stream what I'm playing to friends and strangers. And I don't get what's so great about it that every other company keeps making such a huge deal out of it.



MrWalkieTalkie commented on E3 2014: Getting To Grips With Amiibo, Nintend...:

I hear Captain Toad Treasure Tracker will also make us of this.

PLEASE let there be a Captain Toad figure!

P.S. To everyone, Please stop belittling toys as nothing more than heaps of plastic wasting money. Toys are not just for children, there are many who enjoy collect high quality figurines and toys (such as myself). So stop acting so high and mighty by stating what age you are and how you're "smarter" than others by not buying optional figures. No one cares about your insecurities with your masculinity, thinking you're so grown up by not caring about toys.



MrWalkieTalkie commented on E3 2014: Quickfire Shigeru Miyamoto Video Focu...:

I don't get why people are complaining and saying that Miyamoto needs to do something more serious. He's already doing Star Fox, and who's to say that Project Giant Robot & Guard aren't gonna be something huge? Fact is, the man's having fun making these games whether they're major "AAA" games or small mini games. Miyamoto has done a lot for us and we've learned to trust him, just let him do his work and have fun doing it.