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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

#2

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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#3

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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#17

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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#29

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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#31

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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#32

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.

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#35

Plutonian commented on Animal Crossing: New Leaf Secures Second in th...:

This is my first Animal Crossing and I'm loving it. I find myself constantly wanting to collect new specimens and fossils to build my museum collection, and earn bells to improve my town and pick up new items. Great game, great depth and humor, it's superb.

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#41

Plutonian commented on Review: Jeopardy! (Wii U):

Yes, this this seemingly benign quiz show game is actually a harbinger of terrible things to come, wicked things that will ensure the Wii U's destruction.

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#44

Plutonian commented on Feature: Our Top 10 Third-Party 3DS Games - Su...:

I absolutely loved the Rhythm Thief demo, but I couldn't find it anywhere. I also plan on buying Code of Princess soon. But of course I also want Donkey Kong, FE:A and about 10 other games so I actually don't know what I'm going to do. Honestly, with the 3DS I have little time for much else.

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#45

Plutonian commented on Talking Point: Nintendo Should Aim to Produce ...:

I just don't understand the resistance here. You might not like Bioshock, Uncharted, Mass effect, and other games, but to say that they lack "good gameplay" is laughable. Who would have been upset if Nintendo had published any of these? Probably no one. Personally, I would have welcomed them all with open arms. The people that want to confine Nintendo to a single feel and aesthetic are only harming it.

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#46

Plutonian commented on Talking Point: Nintendo Should Aim to Produce ...:

I see lots of people explaining the reasons that they would not buy a game like this. I see lots of people pointing out that Nintendo has already tried and failed, Other M. Of course the people that are afraid of or disgusted buy adult themes and visuals don't have to buy the game. And I think it's foolish to restrict a company's offerings based on a single attempt. I don't know why anyone would want to limit Nintendo's creatively, or why anyone would deny that a quality game of this sort would be good for Nintendo.

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#47

Plutonian commented on Talking Point: Nintendo Should Aim to Produce ...:

I agree with this article's sentiments. I followed square over to sony in the 90s and skipped the N64 (my friend had one so I still got plenty of time with bond, kart, mario 64). I rejoined team Nintendo with the Gamecube, but ever since I have had a Playstation sitting next to it. I would like for with Wii U to be my only console, but there is no way that I can get by without titles like Uncharted, which is one of my favorite series. I also liked Heavy Rain,and I plan on playing Last of Us. This type of game is indispensable in my opinion, and I'm positive that Nintendo could produce a fantastic one.

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#48

Plutonian commented on Sayonara Umihara Kawase Confirmed For 3DS:

I've only watched the first five minutes, but I have to stop for a minute just to say that I think the guy playing the game is funny as hell. His comments about the chair, the "motor cycle", and his question about the girl's destination all made me laugh.