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Mus1cLov3r

Mus1cLov3r

Ahem... Hello, there!

Male, 15, United States

I'm very immature, so... yeah

Joined:
Thu 13th March, 2014

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#3

Mus1cLov3r commented on Pokémon Shuffle Rolls Out on iOS in North Ame...:

@sillygostly Why would they need to remove Miis? Nintendo are diving into the mobile market, and Miis—I assume—will be involved in some of their games.

And how is it built from the ground up for the 3DS? Spotpass/Streetpass features? For iOS devices, that could be replaced by Gamecenter or something.

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#11

Mus1cLov3r commented on Nintendo Download: 13th August (North America):

@Crono1973 No, not at all. I'm saying that if you're gonna complain every time something bad happens, you should give credit when something good happens.

You people seem to forget one small fact: Nintendo—like nearly every other company out there—are in it for the money, not to please you. Boo-hoo, you're bored with your thousandth game, but there's not another game that interests you this week—get over it.

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#14

Mus1cLov3r commented on Nintendo Download: 13th August (North America):

@k8sMum I call things like I see them: anyone who exepects to get stuff they want every week is a spoiled brat. I'm not self-righteous—I know my flaws, and I know I'm far from righteous.

@TwilightAngel Many people will enjoy those games; just because you aren't interested in a game, doesn't mean it doesn't exist.

@Tasuki If you keep doing something annoying (i.e, being a spoiled brat that complains the eShop week after week), and no one lets you know how annoying it is, you keep doing it; with that in mind, if a spoiled brat figures out that people see them as a spioled brat, they may stop being one.

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#15

Mus1cLov3r commented on Nintendo Download: 13th August (North America):

@TwilightAngel There's 7 new games, this week alone; last I checked, that's more than nothing. If you don't find any of 'em interesting, play something, or do something else altogether.

@k8sMum You have to bring something to light if you want it to change. And before you say, "That's what they're doing," or something like that, it's completely different circumstances: NoA doesn't read NintendoLife comments—I assure you—so complaining about the eShop solves nothing. Those who complain about the eShop—on the other hand—are much more likely to read the comments, so they'll hopefully see that people are annoyed by their complaints, and stop. Unlikely? Sure; but it's worth a shot.

@kensredemption Yeah, that's a better word.

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#16

Mus1cLov3r commented on Nintendo Download: 13th August (North America):

@Barbiegurl777 Complaining about everything week after week, saying, "Gah, nothing good ever comes to the eShop!" isn't an opinion, and it's getting really old. Who are they to say it's a terrible week, simply because they don't like something?

@Tasuki I'm "complaining" because I'm getting sick and tired of these spoiled brats finding it necessary to complain about the status of the eShop, week after week, month after month—it's gotten old.

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#17

Mus1cLov3r commented on Nintendo Download: 13th August (North America):

Dear spoiled brats who think that they need a new game each week, and that if you don't like anything, it's "a terrible week,"

Stop—please; stop spamming the forums with "it's a terrible week," week after week. If you don't find anything interesting, go on with your business, instead of complaining about everything.

Sincerely,
Everyone

(This might be flagged by a moderator, but I don't care—this needed to be said.)

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#45

Mus1cLov3r commented on Devil's Third Will Be Released In North Americ...:

@TwilightAngel That's a completely different situation; Meme Run and the Letter (I actually liked the Letter, but whatever) were developed and released by companies other than Nintendo, so the quality of the product(s) has nothing to do with Nintendo; if they were to produce Devil's Third—on the other hand—and it was terrible, it'd be a black mark on Nintendo's record. I mean, X-Seed will still release Devil's Third on the Wii U, I'd imagine, so it'll be no different than Meme Run and the Letter being released; but Nintendo has nothing to do with any of 'em, except for letting the companies release it own their system—but what I mean by "worried about quality" is, they're worried about the quality of their games, not the games of others.