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MekkaGodzilla

MekkaGodzilla

32, France

Joined:
Sat 19th December, 2009
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http://www.game-over-analyzed.com

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MekkaGodzilla

#1

MekkaGodzilla commented on Donkey Kong Country's Fate Was Determined By A...:

I remember seeing pics in magazines back in maybe 1993, and being blown away. It just looked amazing compared to games like Megman X I was playing at the time.
Then when I finally got a copy, I was very impressed by the cartridge. It was the heaviest SNES cart I had. The difference was really significant.
Anyway, I was a very happy 14 year old, and I played this game to 101% completion many times over.

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#3

MekkaGodzilla commented on Talking Point: The Wii U's 'Relevance' Is Abou...:

IMHO nintendo needs to seriously reach out to the indies, and promote the hell out of them.
They would be a good fit for nintendo's hardware strategy.
If I could play Starbound, a bunch of retro games, and Nintendo games on the WiiU, I would be so happy.

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#12

MekkaGodzilla commented on Nintendo Insists That Apple's iPad Isn't a Threat:

As much as I hate Apple, ignoring the threat it is would be foolish. Obviously, Reggie is just taking this stance for the media. The iPhone/Pod/Pad might have a huge list of shovelware, the appstore is really miles ahead from the DSiware store it terms of usability and quantity/quality of games.

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#18

MekkaGodzilla commented on Review: The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Pas...:

@Objection_Blaster: I think that the lack of info about where to go next is actually a great feature. You have to explore, make guesses, take wrong paths, and when you finally figure out where to go, it’s a great little discovery. Games nowadays either lead you step by step or are just too linear. I understand that finding dungeons in the very first Zelda was too cryptic, but ALttP is just fine to me!

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#23

MekkaGodzilla commented on Naughty Nokia Boasts About Nintendo Games On N900:

I have this phone, and even though having a SNES emulator is something you might get excited about, it's not all that great for three reasons:
1-Sounds are not emulated very well. Depends on the game though
2-The screen is just too small to really enjoy it.
3-Controlling games with a tiny plastic keyboard is horrible. Platformers are a pain to play. RPG are usually less problematic, as they don't require to hit Y and B at the same time for instance.