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Mus1cLov3r

Mus1cLov3r

Ahem... Hello, there!

Male, 14, United States

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Joined:
Thu 13th March, 2014

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Mus1cLov3r

#1

Mus1cLov3r commented on Nintendo Download: 23rd April (North America):

@Superryanworld Good point. I do think that many fans are complaining about the VC situation, but they're doing so on a site that Nintendo probably never checks for feedback; I assume they only check here for reviews (but—once again—I could be wrong). I would suggest e-mailing your complaints to Nintendo, but their e-mail support thing isn't very good...

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#3

Mus1cLov3r commented on Nintendo Download: 23rd April (North America):

@Superryanworld There are plenty of AAA games coming. Asking for VC games is a pretty big deal; if I remember correctly, they have to convert the screen-size and stuff, and they have to re-assign the controls to fit the WiiU/3DS' controls. But I'm not experienced in this stuff—so don't take my word for it.

Nintendo can't—nor can Microsoft or Sony, for that matter—listen to each and every individual request. Besides, Nintendo doesn't ignore their fans; if that were the case, Lucas wouldn't be returning to Smash, and the Smash ballot wouldn't exist.

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#8

Mus1cLov3r commented on Mario Kart 8 DLC Pack 2 Available to Download ...:

I (okay, my brother) pre-ordered it months ago.

But please tell me something. Months ago—like I said—, he pre-ordered the pack that includes Villager, Dry Bowser, etc.; will we still get Baby Park—which was announced after we pre-ordered the pack?

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#30

Mus1cLov3r commented on Head Teachers in the UK Issue Warning to Paren...:

Instead, stores/companies that sell video-games should hand out sheets of paper—or something of the sort—teaching their consumers (mainly the parents buying for their children) about the various ESRB/PEGI ratings, to let them know what they're getting into (or letting their kids get into).

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#31

Mus1cLov3r commented on Head Teachers in the UK Issue Warning to Paren...:

This is incredibly stupid; the parent should be able to decide wether or not their child can handle it; or watch them as they're playing it, and take it away from them if needed. Some games are M for Mature simply for horror; news flash, not all of us minors are fazed by horror. Teachers should have no say in what their students play, unless said student(s) is their child.

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#50

Mus1cLov3r commented on The Happy Mask Salesman is Teased for a Reappe...:

Wait, so the Happy Mask Salesman on Miiverse is a verified user? If he is, I haven't noticed. :o

Anyways, he's an awesome character, so seeing him in the next Zelda game would—because duh—also be awesome!

Or Majora's Mask 2. °ˇ°