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Ahem... Hello, there!

Male, 15, United States

I'm very immature, so... yeah.

Thu 13th Mar 2014

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Mus1cLov3r commented on Hands On: Getting Pinned Down By Nintendo Badg...:

@Mijzelffan Have you ever thought that—maybe, just maybe—the reason that people say that the practice crane gives you a guarunteed free play each day, is because they no know better? No one's lying, as you seem to think—there would be no point in doing that; it's a new game, so people haven't quite figured it all out—that's all it is. You're being overly hateful because of a simple mistake, yet I'm being immature?



Mus1cLov3r commented on Nintendo Badge Arcade is Out Now in North America:

For those wondering, you start out with 5 free plays (which I'm sure most of you know); but you can also get 3 (in my experience, it was three—results may vary, I guess) plays by get a special badge on the practice crane, and I also got 2 more for getting 20+ badges on the practice crane.

EDIT: The rabit also told me that they'll occassionally send free plays in their newsletter.



Mus1cLov3r commented on Review: Gunslugs 2 (3DS eShop):

"If you're too young to remember that era then, our sympathies, but you can watch The Expendables and imagine that with younger action stars and better one-liners."

But we could just as easily watch an old dumb '80s action movie, as we could watch the Expendables.



Mus1cLov3r commented on Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Competitive Scene ...:

@SSS39 So you can make remarks such as "It actually utilizes cerebral function, so it may take some practice for you," but I can't make remarks about your reading capabilities (which you also did in return, of course)? That's called being a hypocrite; don't be that guy—a hypocrite, that is.

Plus, as to "meaning what you say," you said that everything I said could be corrected, although the first comment of mine that you brought up was—without a doubt—correct; my second was a question, and questions can only be answered, not corrected; and my other two were opinions (unbacked opinions, perhaps, but opinions nonetheless). It seems that you don't quite "mean what [you] say."

That's all; I'm outta here. Call me a coward or whatever if you wish, and see if I care.

@LinkSword So, because you disagree with something one says, you ignore them entirely? That's just petty, if I do say so myself. Especially since all we did was say that we don't understand the popularity of something, but you and other folks started jumping down our throats; we disagree; so what? Get over it...



Mus1cLov3r commented on Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Competitive Scene ...:

@SSS39 1) How is this first one "corrected"? I never said that video games don't help with anything; I said that sports helps with exercise. Learn to read. And either way, reaction time, dexerity, and intelligence serve no purpose for you if you're dead, due to a heart attack caused by lack of exercise. Are all of them important? Sure, but exercise is the most important of all.
2) After saying that most of these sports help with teamwork, I clearly stated: "Or are there team-based Smash tournaments?" Once again, learn to read: reading is very helpful in life, in case you aren't aware.
3) No, I can honestly say that I haven't watched a professional, because I don't care.
4) That generally doesn't work; there's a thing called variety.
5) Where have I said that these guys don't have skill? I said that it doesn't require. You really should take a reading class, or something.



Mus1cLov3r commented on Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Competitive Scene ...:

@CrazedCavalier You use that example, as if I watch sports; I can hardly stand sports, whether it be American football, soccer, basketball, golf—you name a sport, I most-likely don't watch it. But at least (most of) those other sports promote teamwork, and get the player some/ lots of exercise. Or are there team-based Smash tournaments?

Or you can—as evidenced by Smash 4's For Glory mode—spam constantly, and you'll do just as well (if not better) than those who use skill in their matches. And you can't predict someone's moves, unless you're a psychic, which I'm sure you're not. Besides, I'm not trashing the series—it's very fun, in my opinion. I'm simply saying that it doesn't require skill; you can use skill all you want, but it isn't required.



Mus1cLov3r commented on Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Competitive Scene ...:

@XCWarrior "This guy is so amazing! He strategically tapped buttons, and beat another person who was also strategically pressing buttons!"

To each his own means of amusement, I guess, but I'd much rather play a game myself (although I haven't even been doing much of that, lately; I've always told myself that I'd never outgrow video games, but I haven't been too interested, for the past few weeks).



Mus1cLov3r commented on ZaciSa's Last Stand is Getting a New Update Th...:

@Windy Most of their games on the App Store are, like, $20, so I'm sure they make a good bit there.

(Should we really be so off-topic? We could start a thread, if you'd like to continue the conversation. )

On topic though, this game sames pretty fun, despite the low score.