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Mercy_Lost

Mercy_Lost

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Mercy_Lost

#1

Mercy_Lost commented on Trine Enchanted Edition Will Be Casting A Spel...:

This is all very well and good, a remastering etc. But for an independent company like Frozenbyte, shouldn't they be moving on and making new games? I hope that this stunt works them though! It just seem a bit of an odd move to remaster a 5 year old game, still fresh in the memory of the community, instead of focusing and investing resources on new ideas, and development!

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#3

Mercy_Lost commented on Ubisoft Confirms Exclusive 3DS Mode for Tetris...:

The main problem with an online tetris game, (or at least the 3ds one) is finding anyone who wants to play a nice clean game of skill with no-power ups or party fun fun! If I wanted that I'd play Dr. Robotnik's mean bean machine! Which reminds me! Any news on the puyo puyo X tetris port yet?!

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#6

Mercy_Lost commented on EA Explains Why Its Abandoning Dedicated Handh...:

Kotor is still better on Pc and cheaper thanks to almighty GabeN!

I'm just glad EA didn't get a chance to stain nintendo's consoles this generation with microtransactions! When we look back at the industry, years in advance, I'm sure we'll see microtransactions as a great faux pas!

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#9

Mercy_Lost commented on Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition R...:

@PvtOttobot Aah R2TW! Been playing that too recently, shame it's so broken!!

On Topic: This is good, the industry needs more metroidvanias, especially good ones like guac! Hopefully Iga's lecture at GDC will intrest some indie devs, and Iga himself might have something in the works!

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#11

Mercy_Lost commented on E3 2014: Ubisoft Admits to Holding Back Comple...:

Ubi's logic is flawed, if this is indeed a family game then they would know that families don't pick up games because they're new releases or because of hype. A parent or grandparent will just pick up anything off the shelf with a recognizable brand name or pretty artwork, much like they would in a supermarket.
Ubi think that by holding off release they would help sales but infact this will hurt it. The smart thing for ubi to do with a family friendly game is to release it just after a big nintendo title. That way, families not only pick up the wii u along with the nintendo title but pick up their's as well.
Of course this only applies to a family game as per context of interview. If they want a hype cow then power to them.