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Moshugan

Moshugan

I'm a short and sweet man. ;)

Male, Finland

Joined:
Sat 30th July, 2011
Website:
http://backloggery.com/moshugaani

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Moshugan

#1

Moshugan commented on Poll: Which Is The Best Legend Of Zelda Game?:

I voted for Majora's Mask, because I LOOOVE it's design, gameplay ideas and strong atmosphere!
But I do think Ocarina of Time deserves the top spot, because it brought the most new things to the series of all the games and it's such a strong game as a whole. It's also the one I had most fun playing and exploring. :)
Worthy mentions are Link's Awakening because it perfected the 2D formula and it has such good music and atmosphere, and Wind Waker because of it's amazing artistry in the graphics and music!

Moshugan

#2

Moshugan commented on Poll: Which Is The Best Legend Of Zelda Game?:

@denpa-ben ''Why are the 2 Twilight Princess games lumped together? That doesn't really seem fair. They are not the same game.''

I agree!! The Wii version is quite different from the GC version. They should've been separately listed on the same basis that the other remakes and versions are.

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#11

Moshugan commented on Grezzo Seeks New Employees Asking If They Want...:

Not all remake demands are equal.
It's reasonable to remake a game when it's hard to play satisfactorily with current hardware and there's substantial demand. Both of which apply to MM.
The Wii VC version is off-putting to look at. The framerate is awful! And it has to be played in Wii mode which is unfortunate.
For these reasons it's totally valid to ask for a polished and well-running version on the portable console.
Early 3D games in general have not aged well. I hope Mario 64 will get an HD makeover.

Demanding HD re-releases of Wii games on the other hand is quite unnecessary.

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#14

Moshugan commented on Poll: What Did You Think of Nintendo's E3?:

The Zelda reveal was PERFECT.
There was just enough to fuel massive speculation and get our inner children really imagining! It just hinted at so many features in the game without making anything explicit.
I can't wait!!

Moshugan

#25

Moshugan commented on Nintendo Announces The GameCube Controller Ada...:

Well, I for one have had the same kinda frustration with Wii/Wii U's controller options as @Kirk :p
It's clear that few things are "mandatory" but simple convenience and vanity has made me buy a lot of Wii equipment.
I have three regular Wiimotes, two Motionplus dongles, one official Motionplus mote and a third party motionplus mote, and of course three nunchucks. Then I have one original classic controller and one classic controller pro. (I also have four Cube controllers since the previous gen) I've managed to avoid the new Pro Controller.
That's a lot of money!
I love having different kinda ways to play but it's not always practical or economical.

It's great if you're given an option to use either motion or buttons, motes or pads, but some games do require a few additions controllers.
For example, it's impossible to play many VC games in Wii mode without a mote and classic controller.
It's great that on Wii U, even a single Wiimote can be used for SNES VC etc. so they're going in the right direction imo.
If only Wii U equipment could be used in Wii mode...

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#26

Moshugan commented on Nintendo Announces The GameCube Controller Ada...:

Oh man, that reveal in the trailer was so sexy!
This is really great! I have four good condition GC controllers. Like everyone, I just hope for large support for this in other games.

About the GC controller itself...
I love it's form, the button layout and the main stick. So perfect!
The D-pad is too small, and for that, too imprecise. The C-stick is kinda bad for 1st person shooters, but decent in most games. And the Z-button is awkwardly small. If they'd make the C-stick more loose and wide, the D-pad a bit bigger and the Z-button bigger (and add another one), then it would be "the perfect controller".

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#28

Moshugan commented on Here Are Five New Retail Titles Coming to Wii U:

You guys should check out the Oxygene Media home page:
http://www.oxygenemedia.it/o2-games/
It's comedy gold!

The company is all about promoting some kinda new agey wellness obsessions. Everything on their site seems like it's google translated and all the statements are hilariously bombastic:
"02 GAMES doesn’t want to offer superficial fun, it wants to involve beyond imagination, forever."
"O2 GAMES seeks new paths, by choosing, with conviction, projects based on quality, visionary, enterprising like future, towards a technology in harmony with evolution and changes. It’s the development of the theory of change through video games, which is already in place."
"O2 GAMES wants to redefine the gaming market."
"O2 GAMES wants to be the change that may increase the concept of fun in players around the world, beyond patterns, through ways and solutions that exist, but that no one has experienced yet."
"If you are looking for the best quality make the right choice and we will give you a show that your audience will remember forever."

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#30

Moshugan commented on Talking Point: What We Want To See From Ninten...:

People talking about the resolution and graphics,
the 3DS resolution is ABYSMAL! It's barely OK for some games, but it's truly staggering to have 240p on a gaming device in this day and age! You'd think it would be at least 480 like the Wii, but it's ONLY A HALF OF THAT! Good grief.

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#39

Moshugan commented on Weirdness: These Chinese Game Controllers Look...:

It'll be interesting to see how The Real Thing will fair against all of these copycats. It won't be good if Nintendo will price it's products too high, but if they can make the public understand that their original products are of that much better quality then maybe they'll succeed.