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MorphMarron

Morph-something.

Male, 24, Mexico

The gamer with odd tastes.

Joined:
Tue 3rd November, 2009
Website:
http://eshopgurus.webs.com

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#2

MorphMarron commented on Review: Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley (3DS):

Haha this review took months!

Good review, I love the game (and would score it higher), but it is rather flawed. It's still miles better than A New Beginning, though, which is why I'm positive about things.

@tinglZ: it's not at all like that. Natsume worked with Victor Interactive to create the series and they paid for the rights to sell the games under their own franchise, marvelous then bought victor.

Marvelous is now no longer interested in using Natsume as the middle man, since they can now localize the games themselves.

Meanwhile Natsume apparently got new teams, and decided that they could try making some games for their series themselves.

As Natsume explains it: Harvest Moon, the series, was always owned by Natsume. It just happened to be made up of games they bought off another developer.

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#8

MorphMarron commented on Video: Allow These Charming Renditions Of Clas...:

There, most of the posts relating to the issue have been deleted.

Please keep in mind, we aren't supposed to just delete every non positive comment we find around. So let's try to ignore them in the future if they're not that bad, ok?

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#11

MorphMarron commented on Review: Harvest Moon 3 (3DS eShop / Game Boy C...:

@GH05T all three GBC harvest moons are very different, and all have their charms.

1 is simple and limited in a very retro way. It's harvest moon in its purest form. Although you'll probably run out of immediate objectives before the end of the game, because making money is very easy and there's little to do with it. Game link communications were used, but the only content you'll be missing is a golden chicken.

2 is a happy medium, your farm has more distinctive features, there's a village and wilderness and you have more objectives and activities, but it can also be a little harder. Also, the lack of connectivity means some important events and items are impossible to obtain in this version.

3 has many confusing new elements, and depending on your gender the game feels different because of their roles. It's over-all easier anyway, and you have a lot of time to do anything you might need to do in a day. There's a lot of content besides the farming in this one. I'm not sure if any important features needed communication with other players in this one, only that the lack of it means it's impossible to have all the tools in a single file (it was originally possible to trade them around).

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#20

MorphMarron commented on Review: Pokémon Shuffle (3DS eShop):

The expert stages unlock as you amass S ratings in the normal levels, I have no idea of how many are there, I currently started unlocking levels for the legendary dogs from gold and silver.

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#39

MorphMarron commented on Natsume Thanks Fans for Strong Launch of Harve...:

Count me in with the supporters of this game. I enjoyed it much more than Marvelous' latest entry in the series, off which is based their next one.

All the "not a real harvest moon" hate is hilarious too. I'm glad it did better than they expected.

Now, when will that promised dlc be released? We may never know.

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#40

MorphMarron commented on Review: Meme Run (Wii U eShop):

I agree with mister Mudkip in that the game is probably not the worst thing ever, however, the amount of bashing it is receiving is pretty much justified.

Ninja Pig Studios's attitude and way of handling things has transformed what would've been "that funny weird endless runner" into "that crap game made by the jerk".

It's all his fault, and I think it was pretty much intended.

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#46

MorphMarron commented on Review: Tested With Robots! (Wii U eShop):

Looks like something a first timer would make with Game Maker to test the program...

The kind of project you keep for yourself because you know you're still learning and that it is terrible.