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Plutonian

Plutonian

Made by humans, for humans.

Male, United States

I'm a young video game playing, swashbuckling, Cohen brothers and Futurama loving, vegan thrill seeking aspiring pacifist with a predilection for punk music and traveling.

Joined:
Fri 14th December, 2012

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Plutonian

#1

Plutonian commented on Review: Bayonetta (Wii U eShop):

@AJWolfTill
You have such a problem with a female video game character showing skin and being sexual that you would want an option or mod to cover it up? I'm sorry, but you're ridiculous. Just play the game and enjoy it, I promise the nasty bits won't hurt you.

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#5

Plutonian commented on Talking Point: Nintendo Should Beware the Slip...:

As long as I can ignore it it's fine. If there comes a time when I can't play Mario Kart, or any other game, without having ads shoved down my throat, then I will stop playing. The only exception being sports game because the banners and other things add to the realism in those games.

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#12

Plutonian commented on Poll: What Did You Think of Nintendo's E3?:

@Kirk
Maybe you're right, but maybe not. The original Bayonetta came out on PS3, so there could be a lot of Sony fans that might be interested in picking up the system for the second installment. I don't know why you're focusing on Wii U fans and saying that if Wii U fans aren't excited about it (which I don't agree with and that's my next point) then it won't move units. If you want to sell units then you need to release a game to appeal to the people that have not yet purchased the system, not necessarily to current Wii U fans and owners. So you are right that the game should be widely promoted. Lastly, the fact that Toad (a game that I had no idea was coming) got more votes than Bayonetta (a game that we have been hearing about for over a year) got more votes in a poll to determine “your favorite reveal” does not indicate that Wii U owners are not excited about it. The game could sell poorly, or it could sell well. All I do know is that this poll portends nothing.

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#16

Plutonian commented on Talking Point: Nintendo's Innovative E3 Approa...:

Today was the first chance I had to watch the big event, and I got to enjoy several hours of tree house as well. I loved it. The treehouse is a great addition that makes it much better than last year's E3. Hopefully I'll be able to watch a little at work tomorrow.

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#20

Plutonian commented on Hardware Classics: SNK Neo Geo Pocket Color:

It looks really cool, and I'd love to play around with one. I was in high school when this was released, but I wasn't doing any handheld gaming at the time, or much else besides Ultima Online actually, so I wasn't even aware of it.

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#21

Plutonian commented on Fiendishly Tricky Precision Platformer Chubbin...:

Haha damn, 1-6 stopped the player in his/her tracks. Looks fun, but I agree that the music should be improved, more diversity would be great. I would also like online leader boards. I'm slightly concerned about glitching. At 1:10 Cubbins appears to bounce through the blocks. I like my precision platformers to be clean and reliable. I am definitely looking forward to seeing more.

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#35

Plutonian commented on Video: The Dubious Charm Of Senran Kagura Burs...:

I'm surprised by the amount of prudish people on this site. The game looks fun in an absurd over the top sort of way, and there is nothing inherently wrong with half naked digital females battling each other. It's annoying that sex is still a sensitive issue.

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#47

Plutonian commented on Weirdness: So Tyrion Lannister Got To Play Som...:

@Fazermint
Spare us your generic celebrity bashing. You lost all credibility when you lumped religion in with fashion. Why, because people are influenced by both? Let's just throw art and literature in there as well, those menacing "external forces." I happen to be an atheist, but that is an incredibly stupid statement.
As for the photos, hell, I'll take any kind of marketing/publicity at this point.

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#49

Plutonian commented on Video: New Nintendo Direct Mini Broadcasts Rel...:

70-80? I have not seen a copy sell for less than 150 for years. If I could find a physical copy for 80 I would probably grab it just to play on my snes with the original controller. That's probably what it sold for at release anyway. I feel like I spent 90 or something on Chrono Trigger in 95'. Games were a lot more expensive back then.

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#50

Plutonian commented on Video: New Nintendo Direct Mini Broadcasts Rel...:

I've been waiting a long time to play Earthbound. I'm surprised and thrilled to see it finally comes to the eshop. It would have been nice if it was one of our (US) .30 games, but paying nine for a digital copy is certainly better than paying hundreds for the cartridge.