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Operative

Operative

Never there, Always watching

Male, 20, United States

Gamer, like everyone else here. I play all the games you do. I've stalked the site for quite a while but finally decided to join before E3 2014. Hope to have fun talking with other Nintendo fans. And gaming fans in general

Joined:
Wed 28th May, 2014

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Operative

#1

Operative commented on Talking Point: New Nintendo 3DS, Operation Fac...:

If only Nintendo was better at explaining their decisions. Instead of what essentially amounts to "You guys would be too confused if we released the smaller version here".

But it must be tough for them to navigate the minefield that is their fanbase when asked to explain unpopular decisions. So I feel for their PR department, at least.

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#3

Operative commented on Talking Point: Limitations on Stock and Advert...:

I suppose I see your point, but now that they know these things are popular, can't they feel safe enough to manufacture just a bit more? Who knows how much money they have lost to scalpers when they could have been selling them all themselves. Or at least make them made to order.

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#4

Operative commented on Famitsu Article Reportedly Inks Out More Splat...:

@IceClimbers

When it comes to Nintendo, there has been no majority because they don't give us the chance or option. And with them being so terrified of the internet, we probably won't have accurate data anytime soon. All they need to do is limit it to friends, so parents who don't properly supervise their children can't blame nintendo for the random people talking to them through the TV. At least with friends there would be consent

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#6

Operative commented on Famitsu Article Reportedly Inks Out More Splat...:

Not sure why some of you are wondering why people don't want to buy the game if there's no way of communicating. It's simple. This game relies exclusively on team work, and 90% of the fun in games like these is being able to enjoy it with friends/other people. With no way to talk to them, it just feels like you're playing against bots, you have no influence on what they do, where if you could talk to them, you could plan accordingly. And this game is probably MORE strategical than Call of Duty in that you have to paint the most area of the map. In CoD most of the time you're just shooting anyone on the opposing team for the most points.

Overall, no voicechat takes away much of the fun that team based games bring to the table.

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#7

Operative commented on Nintendo Stays in Profit With Wii U on Target,...:

I remember someone in the forums back in like September claiming the holiday season would push wii u to 12 million units. Although we all knew that wasn't gonna happen, it would have been great to see it. 2 million over the holidays is still good though, and hopefully momentum only increases from here on out

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#12

Operative commented on Beautiful Limited Edition Super Smash Bros. 3D...:

The red is plain, the picture is too busy and not even in color. It looks like someone glued a picture to a regular red XL. The freaking box of this thing has a cooler design than the actual handheld. Very disappointed

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#14

Operative commented on Zelda Williams Will Be at E3 2014 "Doing Somet...:

You guys mentioning that she specifically asked for MM3D are now making me really excited. That's the one 3DS game that I want ever since OoT3D came out...

Imagine if this wasn't for Nintendo at all. What if she was promoting a Sony or MS game, that'd be like a betrayal of sorts, hah