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Mrclaycoat

Mrclaycoat

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Mrclaycoat

#1

Mrclaycoat commented on Nintendo Download: 17th April (North America):

Gonna hold off on SMB3 since it will probably be a club nintendo release in a few months. RE Assassin's Creed price drops, I would love to buy the DLC for AC3, but am wondering why the DLC price hasn't dropped down but the game itself has? I can buy the game for $29.99 but the DLC packs are $10 each still??? I heard only the last pack was really great so I don't want to pay $3o for all that.

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#2

Mrclaycoat commented on Castlevania: Dracula X And Mega Man 5 Hitting ...:

I owned a Turbo Duo back in the day and was a huge fan of the system. Both games are truly excellent but I personally liked Gate of Thunder a bit better. I've been trying to get my hands on wii points cards (which is hard to accomplish these days!) to grab all the old Turbo Graphix/Duo games I can while they last. I would also recommend Devil's Crush if you like pinball games! Man I could nerd out all day long for my old Duo, I really miss that machine.

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#3

Mrclaycoat commented on Castlevania: Dracula X And Mega Man 5 Hitting ...:

The SNES version is just plain sad when compared to the PC Engine version. Anyone interested in this game should avoid the SNES version and go to the Wii Virtual console and grab the proper game. And while you're there, grab Gate of Thunder as well!

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#7

Mrclaycoat commented on Nintendo Download: 3rd April (North America):

@ikki5 Yeah I just feel like the price is crazy high. I mean it's on par with SNES games? As good as Metroid fusion is, you can't compare it to Super Metroid as one example. The overpricing of Virtual Console games added to the very slim selection of choices are clear examples of why it's failing.

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#8

Mrclaycoat commented on Hardware Classics: Sega Saturn:

I was a nintendo kid growing up but switched to sege when the Saturn came out and never regretted it once. Sure it didn't have some of the classic N64 games, but Burning Rangers and Shining Force 3 were enough to keep me coming back time and time again to this day. I still have mine and will never part from it

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#13

Mrclaycoat commented on Report Suggests That June Could Be Crucial For...:

Iawata has to go. You can ask gamers to please have patience once, but when you ask it several times and here we are in year two with a pathetic Virtual Console and we have yet another huge drought of top quality games between Feb (DKC) to Mid May (MK 8) I am a huge nintendo fan and bought my Wii U day one, and although I do not regret it, I must say that I feel taken. Probably my last Nintendo console.

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#29

Mrclaycoat commented on Talking Point: The Watch_Dogs Wii U Delay Demo...:

@MC808 And I loved it! Like Nintendo, their games we're original and refreshing! Also, if you look below your reply, BinaryFragger attached a link to the situation I mentioned. Apparently it DID happen in the states too! Crazy times. Regardless, I love Nintendo's products and I still love my Wii U

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#31

Mrclaycoat commented on Talking Point: The Watch_Dogs Wii U Delay Demo...:

@MC808 I should clarify that this was in Canada so we didn't have babbages. we had Toys R us and a second tier chain called Toy City. I had a TG-16 early on and used to get my games from a Toys R us store that my uncle ran, he told me one day that they had to ship it all back due to pressure from Nintendo. The reason given had something to do with shelf space allocation but he told me that there was massive pressure from nintendo to get this system out of shops before the SNES arrived. From that point onward I noticed that all toy stores and department (Zellars, Simpsons, Woolco etc.) dropped the system too. A couple years later I found the Turdo Duo at a Radio Shack and was super pumped! I asked the manager why they carried this and no other systems and although I don't remember his answer word for word it was very similar to what my uncle mentioned years earlier. NEC's competitive system was not "welcome" by Nintendo.

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#32

Mrclaycoat commented on Talking Point: The Watch_Dogs Wii U Delay Demo...:

@Samurairu Nintendo was the reason the Turbo Graphix 16 wasn't allowed to be sold in toy stores. They put pressure on stores that this upcoming and impressive system if made available would mean Nintendo would pull out. That's why the system was only sold in Radio Shack. Nintendo is a company, a company filled with greed likle any other company and made a selfish choice then that hurt gamers. So although it suck I have no sympathy for Nintendo

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#33

Mrclaycoat commented on Sonic Lost World Sales Reached 640,000 in 2013:

I actually really liked Lost Worlds up until abut the half-way mark. As the stages difficulty ramped up and started requiring pin point accuracy, the weakish controls really started to show. I walked away from it during the 5th world but enjoyed it up until that point. The Nights and Yoshi bonus stages were excellent though!

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#46

Mrclaycoat commented on Satoru Iwata Confirms That DS Games Are Coming...:

This wouldn't be terrible news if the Wii U wasn't in it's disastrous state. But The Wii U is drowning and this announcement confirms that Iwata is on Sony's payroll to consistently NOT listen to potential buyers and critics advice and punish their current fans with crappy VC games and terrible online service. Don't get me wrong, DS games are a great addition, why not on the 3DS is totally weird to me but HEY it's a nice add. It's just so far off from fixing the problem that I believe Iwata is totally insance and no one has the guts to get rid of him. THE MADNESS OF KING IWATA!