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NTELLIGENTMAN

NTELLIGENTMAN

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#7

NTELLIGENTMAN commented on Talking Point: The Legend of Zelda: Remakes of...:

I want a 2D Zelda remake that makes the game look 32 bit. Then, I want a 3D version of Zelda II. Then, I want a 3D version of Link's Awakening and I want it to be Cel-Shaded. Then, I would love to see an HD version of Skyward Sword.

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#20

NTELLIGENTMAN commented on Nintendo Download: 20th December 2012 (North A...:

I saw Anonymous Notes used in complete condition for $3.99 at Disc Replay and almost bought it, but I already spent $3.98 on Chapters 1 & 2. Now, I've spent a total of $5.97 on 3 chapters so now I feel like I probably should have bought the physical copy.

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#21

NTELLIGENTMAN commented on Nintendo Download: 20th December 2012 (North A...:

I bought Pilotwings for $4.99 brand new at Best Buy. Nintendo should charge even less as they don't have to ship anything to you and they don't have to send ti to a retailer who marks up the price so they make a profit. Nintendo blows sometimes.

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#27

NTELLIGENTMAN commented on Pac-Man:

I feel the NES port is the best ever released. The graphics are nice and the controls are super tight and super accurate.

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#28

NTELLIGENTMAN commented on Nintendo Download: 29th November 2012 (North A...:

FINALLY! The NES Pac-Man game! I used to own the Tengen cart as a kid and last year, I missed playing it, so I bought the Licensed cart for $4.99. I really want to play Pac-Man on the go and since I no longer have the GBA Namco Museum game or the PSP Namco Museum game, I have to download this port. The NES version has the tightest controls of any port I've ever played and the Circle Pad should make the game feel even better.

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#30

NTELLIGENTMAN commented on Sumo Digital: Mario Kart Could Learn From Soni...:

I'd love to see Nintendo Kart featuring Mario Kart, the Star Fox Tank, Wario's motorcycle, an F-Zero vehicle, Epona, Advance Wars vehicles, the Excitebike racer, a star, etc. That would be so much fun. Imagine a homing Bomb-Chu instead of the blue spiky shell.

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#34

NTELLIGENTMAN commented on Official Youtube App Launches On The Wii In No...:

I don't care for the App. You can't search as freely or see as many videos displayed as the old app the PS3 used. I do love the fact I can see my subscriptions and still get to see the hottest new videos as the PC doesn't allow you to see the hottest videos unless you sign out of your account.

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#40

NTELLIGENTMAN commented on Miyamoto Puzzled As To Why Anyone Would Want A...:

Lame. F-Zero could learn from Wipeout and add Online functionality. It could learn from HSX and add a track editor. It could learn from Need for Speed and allow vehicle customization. It could learn from Demolition Derby and Flatout and add a Demolition Derby mode. It could learn from Burnout and add a mode where you race while destroying cars. It could learn from Need for Speed and add a Drag Mode. They could learn from Tokyo X-Treme Racer and add better drifting capabilities. They could add motion controls using the Wii U GamePad. They could offer a two player split screen option using the GamePad for Player One and the T.V. for Player 2.

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#41

NTELLIGENTMAN commented on Wii Owners: Microsoft Wants You To Buy The Xbo...:

I bought the last holiday Xbox 360 bundle and used trade-in credit towards a Kinect. I'm really not interested in owning a Wii U due to several reasons:

1) Horrible price for a console with only 32gb memory
2) System STILL does NOT play CDs, DVDs, or Blu-Rays
3) Does NOT play GCN Games
4) Standard controllers are insanely pricey
5) Most games come out later than for other consoles
6) The PS4 and Xbox 720 will blow away the Wii U in terms of technical aspects
7) I like my Wii because it can play NES-Wii games. The Wii U skips GCN games so it is not a complete Nintendo experience in my opinion.
8) Even shovelware costs $49.99. I'd rather pay $9.99 for Shovelware on the Wii.
9) No DS emulation has been announced for Wii U
10) Nintendo has said nothing about Restore Points being available on the Wii U's Virtual Console
11) A lot of old games are hitting the Wii U, ones that I have already played like Batman: Arkham City
12 (My PS3 and Vita already does what the Wii U does, only better)

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#43

NTELLIGENTMAN commented on Review: Ghosts 'n Goblins (3DS eShop / NES):

I almost picked this up for my NES for $4.99 several months ago, but having the Arcade port on the PS2, I didn't. After watching the AVGN's review, I just had to play it, but of course, I got it for the 3DS so I could use Restore Points. That's probably the only way I'll beat it.

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#45

NTELLIGENTMAN commented on Nintendo Download: 25th October 2012 (North Am...:

I almost bought Ghosts N Goblins for my NES a few months ago. Then, I saw the AVGN review yesterday and now I have to play the NES version. And I have been anticipating Liberation Maiden and Castlevania Adventure is a great deal at $2.99, though I only paid $1.99 for the sequel on the Gameboy which is sold for $9.99 which is how much it cost brand new in 1995.

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#46

NTELLIGENTMAN commented on Review: Style Savvy: Trendsetters (3DS):

I just wish there was a fashion design simulator for consoles. You have to spend at least $300 to get one on the PC. I'd love to pay $30 to design my own clothes on the DS. Imagine taking photos of textures and then editing the textures by changing the color or the size of the photo. After that, you could slap it on a pre-made outfit, then modify the outfit such as shortening a skirt, adding folds to a skirt, putting holes in jeans, making a tight tee long sleeve, etc.

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#47

NTELLIGENTMAN commented on Nintendo Reveals Its Version of iTunes For 3DS:

@bahooney Me, too. I got a digital record player on Clearance for $40, though I later saw the remaining one for $20. (I'm a cheapskate, so darn) I have to say, the music feels warmer than digital music. The only problem is that some of the records I purchased are scratched. Still, I enjoy owning Vinyl. I haven't owned any vinyl in 25 years and it goes great with the laserdisc player I spent $25.00 a few months ago.

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#48

NTELLIGENTMAN commented on Feature: Looking Back at Six Years of Wii:

Nintendo has never EVER truly supported a non-handheld console after 5 years except for the NES. They will support it one year and that's it. MS didn't even support the Xbox after 4 years though. EA was the only publisher still making games for it, though only Madden.