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I love to travel and blog about it.

Male, 33, United States

30-Something IT professional from Ohio. Currently learning German in hopes to one day move there. will guide you through tips on traveling light. Tips from train schedules to hostel reservations, I'll help you prepare for a memorable, inexpensive, and life changing trip.

Wed 21st May, 2014

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OneBagTravel commented on Weirdness: A Budding Little Mac Beats Mike Tys...:

@uhhhhhhhh In Punch-Out you can memorize everyone for the most part up until Mike Tyson.

Tyson is the only fighter in the game with true RNG in the dynamite round (1 knock down punches). He has a randomize for his punches between 1-4 seconds and then another set of randomizing the number of punches he makes.

Knowing what he's going to do is one thing, knowing which combinations of punches and pauses he uses is strictly luck based. If someone can get through round one blind folded, the rest of the match is pretty easy to predict.

This also happened during AGDQ 2014 and the runner got to Tyson and explains why it's basically luck based to get a good run at him blind folded



OneBagTravel commented on The Hyrule Warriors Majora's Mask Pack DLC is ...:

Cynical rating over 9000 in my post, be warned.

This is DLC based on the worst game in the franchise that's in a game that celebrates the two worst Zelda games (skyward and twilight) in the recent years.

The amount of bad piled on top of bad is astonishing. I can only hope Zelda U takes a different route.



OneBagTravel commented on Poll: Which Current Generation Nintendo Soundt...:

I have the Super Mario 3D world soundtrack. I really enjoy the live band songs but there's too few on the CDs

I imagine I'd see myself buying a compilation of big band tunes from Nintendo across all the games listed above. Like a "best of".



OneBagTravel commented on Feature: The Making of Wetrix and Its Route to...:

Let's just look at the big picture and how times have changed. Games now are so easy to go indy and get recognition through many outlets. I feel this game would have found a nice home in a Humble Bundle mix or on Steam. Back then you had to go big or go home.



OneBagTravel commented on Ninja Gaiden NES Team Discusses Its Origins an...:

Ninja Gaiden was the first video game I ever purchased with my own money.
I ordered it from a magazine and I still remember coming home from school and being so excited it was in. I can't even remember what magazine or how I ordered it lol. It's a vivid memory but also very vague.