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Mon 2nd September, 2013

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MailOrderNinja commented on Nintendo Reportedly States That No First Wave ...:

Looks like there is conflicted information.

I'm a little irked with the amiibo toy right now. Yes, they aren't needed to enjoy a game. Yes, they are just cool collectible toys. However, I'm on a budget and I thought hey maybe I'd buy one of these a paycheck and eventually get them all! Here we are and I already can't buy 2 of them? (Luckily I picked up Marth day one) I don't particularly care about Wii Fit Trainer, but I really wanted a Villager on my shelf at home.

Oh well I suppose, guess I better go pre-order Shulk. Somebody needs to explain supply and demand to Nintendo.



MailOrderNinja commented on Talking Point: The Legend of Zelda on Wii U St...:

The game looked fantastic and I'm sure will be filled with more life and enemies as time goes on, what Zelda hasn't been? What really struck me was how well Nintendo did at awards when they usually don't show up for these things. Not only did they open and close the show, but they showed some really great games and took home some awards. Between this, their stellar Direct format, and the way they did E3, I'm very pleased with their showings. 2015 is shaping up to be a stellar year for gaming!



MailOrderNinja commented on Mario Kart 8 Software Update and DLC Available...:

This is terrible. My Gamepad was acting wonky and I figured it was time so on Tuesday I traded for a new system. Then I went through the process to transfer network ID which Nintendo got done yesterday. Now though there is an error they are working on to allow me to get to eshop. It's torture being so excited for the DLC, but not knowing if they'll have it fixed in time to play tonight.



MailOrderNinja commented on Expect To See More Spin-Off Titles Like Hyrule...:

I think people are missing some key words. The most intriguing and promising thing he said seems to indicate essentially letting third parties make more games for them and for underrepresented franchises as well as spin off games. So we will see Nintendo letting developers use existing franchises to make new games to fill gaps while Nintendo bakes their masterpieces.

As long as they are as good as Hyrule Warriors bring it on.



MailOrderNinja commented on Review: Fantasy Life (3DS):

@Miss_Dark That's good to know that their are the options there though. I've always loved Animal Crossing, but found myself wishing there was more gaming type stuff to do within it. This game sounds perfect for me.

Dang you Nintendo and Level 5! Stop making awesome games! I've already got Hyrule Warriors, Smash Brothers and now this. I haven't even purchased Shadows of Mordor yet. My wallet, it aches.



MailOrderNinja commented on Nintendo Confirms Development of Games That Wi...:

I think what people are missing is that he said enhanced graphics. Perhaps the games will play, but not be as pretty as the old 3DS. I'll be the first to point out that the title for the new model is very confusing, but let's be honest the majority of people of a type that are commenting on a Nintendo only news site are going to buy it regardless.

Either way I'll be picking it up. I've never regretted buying a Nintendo handheld.



MailOrderNinja commented on Nintendo Advert Confirms November 21st Launch ...:

@Einherjar I think the 3DS version is going to be a hit at conventions. The few I've attended I've always wanted to play Smash with others, but the lines are either crazy long or they've got every machine playing it blocked off for tournament play. Being able to find people with a version and playing without TVs, systems or controllers is going to be incredibly awesome.



MailOrderNinja commented on Immediate DLC Reinforcements Arriving Soon On ...:

From what I've seen so far $20-$30 seems like a fantastic price for all of this content. So far Nintendo has done nothing but bolster my faith in how they handle DLC. I was extremely pleased with the Mario Kart 8 surprise announcement and I'm just as pleased with this.