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Male, United Kingdom

Fri 6th Jan 2012

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Mok commented on Review: Mario Golf: World Tour (3DS):

I got severely burnt by the latest Mario Tennis game for 3DS that was absolutely aweful, so I'm not taking another punt on Mario doing sports.



Mok commented on Review: Super Mario Bros. 3 (Wii U eShop / NES):

I still remember how I was absolutely aching for this game on NES and how much I played it once it was released. Now to finally have it on the 3DS and play it anywhere is an absolute treat.



Mok commented on Nintendo Download: 1st August (Europe):

I'm still busy playing Animal Crossing, don't need to purchase anything from the e-shop for a good long while. As soon as the new Zelda is out, however, I shall throw myself over it like a pack of hungry Tory MPs in parliament.



Mok commented on Nintendo Download: 4th April 2013 (Europe):

How long has it been since the last Letterbox update? 10 months? And that's the update we get for it? Oh my, so disappointed. How about being given the opportunity to delete old messages more efficiently? Well, never mind that, Nintendo has given me opportunity to do the same thing I've been able to before but within the software. Woho! /rant



Mok commented on Review: Zelda II: The Adventure of Link (Wii V...:

I loved this game on the NES, played it at my friend's house ALL. THE. TIME. I loved the rpg element in it and don't think it's a black sheep at all. Getting this for my 3DS as soon as it's out.



Mok commented on Watch: Japanese Nintendo Direct Live:

A little bit disappointed that most games deploy a cutesy wutesy graphics for kids, is there nothing coming for like .. kids above the age of 11?



Mok commented on First Impressions: New Super Mario Bros. 2:

I'm not sure about this game. It looks great but I just think gold collection and money mania are the traits of Wario. It's probably very easy too which I didn't like about SM3DL.



Mok commented on Review: I Must Run! (DSiWare):

Sounds like something I would give 1/10 frim pure satisfaction. Not that I have anything against it, just that it doesn't confound with the values a good game is supposed to have.

A good game is supposed to fly, soar, lift to the skies and even stay there for a long while. What this game does is nothing of the sort, sure it does soar at first and BY GOD does it fly. Unfortunately it doesn't stay where it should be, in the game cloud, it crashes down like the wounded bird it is and the landing ain't pretty.



Mok commented on Review: Fester's Quest (NES):

I remember being with a friend and his mum to the shop buying this game. Didn't think it was THAT bad but it wasn't very fun or interesting either.