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MoonKnight7

MoonKnight7

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MoonKnight7

#2

MoonKnight7 commented on Wii U Sales Continue to Rise with the Release ...:

@Yasume

I think you're perhaps looking at this too much at face value. It's a spinoff with Zelda characters, therefore it isn't an apples to apples comparison. Don't forget that Zelda isn't nearly as popular in Japan as it is elsewhere, so the lower numbers are to be expected. It should get pretty close to the 1 million mark from a worldwide standpoint. I think this not because of it being a Dynasty Warriors game, but because it's being marketed as a Zelda spinoff in the other territories.

Personally, I think it did perfectly fine. What amazes me even more however, is that this title sold almost as many Wii U's as MK8 did in it's launch week. That's quite impressive for a spinoff title.

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#4

MoonKnight7 commented on Wii U Sales Continue to Rise with the Release ...:

Those are respectable numbers. If I remember correctly, MK8 sold about 20,000 Wii U's when it launched, so the fact that this could almost match that number is impressive. It's not often we get good news nowadays so lets relish in it. :)

As a side note, Yokai Watch 2 is a beast. Level 5 has to be very happy.

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#11

MoonKnight7 commented on Review: ZombiU (Wii U):

@eaglebob345

"I don't know why Ubisoft thinks busting a zombie's decaying head open with a bat should be so hard or why zombie brains are bullet sponges..."

Yes exactly! I dunno, every other zombie game I've played headshots have been a way to get out of sticky situations. This game seems to totally ignore that, which is fine, but there should be something you can use / do to easily defeat them. If I have only the cricket bat and 3 zombies are coming, I know I'm done. I guess that sense of dread was the point of the game, but It just took the fun out of it for me. I'm with ya on this one, I'm certainly glad I didn't spend money on it.

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#13

MoonKnight7 commented on Review: ZombiU (Wii U):

@eaglebob345

A friend let me borrow it, and honestly, I wasn't overly impressed. Sure it's nice to play a mature game on Wii U, but this one? No thanks. It does have some nice ideas and you can tell it's purely experimental. I personally liked the real-time going into your bag idea, and the fact that every time you die, you start as a new person. It becomes direly important that you get your bag back.

But as you said, third person would have been better and the visuals weren't anything to write home about, as a lot of textures are muddy and pixelated. Running is also an issue because you have to press the joystick down and forward. There were many times I died because I was fumbling around with it's stupid placement. A shoulder button would have easily solved this. But my biggest issue? The zombies themselves. Most of the time, they're like the Hulk, they just don't go down. I shouldn't have to wail on a single zombie 5-6 times. I even shot one in the head twice and it was still coming at me. It's just more of a chore than a game to me.

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#14

MoonKnight7 commented on Review: ZombiU (Wii U):

@phaserborn

I know your post is old, but I have to comment. Zombi U never even hit 1 million copies, so I'm not sure where you're getting 3.5-4 million. 3.5-4 million would put it on par with Mario Kart 8 (at present time of writing), there's just no way it will ever hit that.

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#22

MoonKnight7 commented on Gallery: A Closer Look At 13 amiibo Toys:

@rjejr

Haha, hello there friend.

I totally see what you're getting at. Those stands definitely look more artistic since it applies to the characters. I guess Nintendo was going for uniformity. Not saying it's the better option, I'm just saying that must have been the thought behind it.

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#26

MoonKnight7 commented on Legendary Actor and Comedian Robin Williams Ha...:

I watched this video last night, and again this morning. I know it's an ad for OoT and the 3DS, but there is just something about this video that's so pleasant to watch. It's the very raw and open moments with Robin and his daughter. There's fun and laughter sprinkled throughout. It's nice to see Mr. Williams laugh for a change, instead of make us laugh.

That said, we will miss him profoundly. As with many others, he was an integral part of my childhood, in particular with Aladdin, which was the very first movie I fell in love with (along with the original Ninja Turtles movie). Later in life, in his more profound roles like, Good Will Hunting, Insomnia, Robin Williams Live on Broadway, etc., he showed me his range. He was poignant, scary and hysterical when he wanted to be. He enveloped every role he took, even in the films that were not so good, but I still loved them the same. Why? Because Robin Williams was in them. He never knew me, but we were friends because we spent so much time together on the small screen. My heart and thoughts are with the family. Rest in peace my friend, we will miss you.

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#38

MoonKnight7 commented on Super Mario Kart Speeds Onto the North America...:

@GreatPlayer

"was your comments even supposed to be a joke or be humorous? Obviously it was not very successful. Lol..."

Oh come on don't play that card. You and I both know that it was humorous. You and I also know your biological rabble was just you trying to save face since it appears you want/need to have the last word here.

A silly question deserves a silly answer. If I were you, I would just take a page from Frozen and just... "Let it Go."

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#40

MoonKnight7 commented on Super Mario Kart Speeds Onto the North America...:

@GreatPlayer

"why would people buy this game if they have mario kart 8? For historical reason?"

Why does the sun rise every morning? Why do we breathe air? Why do we need food and water? Why would people buy Super Mario Kart?

These are questions that we do not need to think about anymore, it just happens.

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#44

MoonKnight7 commented on Capcom Is Remastering The GameCube Resident Ev...:

Kind of insulting that this is based on the build from the Gamecube remake and it isn't coming to a Nintendo console.

Speaking of Resident Evil games. Could we please get a sequel to Revelatioins via the 3DS? Please and thank you.

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#47

MoonKnight7 commented on Captain Toad Won't Be Tracking Treasure In Eur...:

@Wolfgabe

"Think about it they probably don't want it to compete with Smash Bros which makes sense kinda."

I highly doubt that's the reason since it's still set to come out in North America and Japan around the holidays. It's more than likely a snag they hit with publishing in Europe, or something to that effect. Not to mention, smash bros and captain toad are very different games, going after very different audiences. Those two games won't compete against each other.

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#48

MoonKnight7 commented on Hyrule Warriors Nintendo Direct Arriving Next ...:

@blaze8937

"but not as a nintendo world exclusive I really dont want to go to the city to get it XP"

I assume you mean the whole Mario Kart 8 and Spiney Shell thing. That totally seemed last minute when they announced that. Lol. Hopefully its places more accessible if they do something like that.

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#49

MoonKnight7 commented on This Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Box Art May Get...:

@Link506

@JaxonH is absolutely right about everything. I had the game on the Wii and I burnt out on it quickly cause it just seemed boring, plus it did suffer from the Wii's standard visuals. I took the plunge with the Wii U version and said, "why not try it again." It's fantastic. I'm only about 40 hours in, but once it gets going, it becomes very addictive. I'm actually thinking about getting the 3DS version too, just because you can move your save data back and forth. It would be handy when I'm traveling. He's right though, to get started, I'd try the Wii U version first to get your feet wet. Plus I see sales for the Wii U one all the time.