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Collector, Completionist, Resetter

Male, 21, United States

I'm a student at The University of Texas at Austin. A fickle collector, ardent completionist, chronic resetter, and loyal Nintendo fan. My favorite Nintendo IPs are Pokémon, The Legend of Zelda, Kirby, and Metroid. I also destroy lives and steal souls when playing Smash Bros.

Sun 29th Dec 2013

Recent Comments



ProfanePelican commented on King Dedede to Wield the Mallet as the Latest ...:

I never play as him in Brawl or Project M, but man, King Dedede is bursting at the seams with character and charm--I'm glad he's being included in the roster again. Just look at the pose he strikes when holding down tilt! And how he slaps his belly... lol.



ProfanePelican commented on Review: Knytt Underground (Wii U eShop):

The backgrounds are really interesting. They're beautiful and simple at the same time. I wonder if having the large silhouettes cuts down on game's size, considering there are over 1,800 rooms... In either case, the backgrounds make everything look very abstract. Hopefully the music pairs well with the imagery. This game seems like it may be too big of a commitment for me, though.



ProfanePelican commented on Rumour: Mega Man Legends 3's Aero To Live On I...:

Does anyone know if there are plans to bring this game to the American app store? It seems right up my alley. Also, did anyone else notice the part in the trailer where some of the characters assembled themselves into what looked like a Power Rangers Megazord? O.O



ProfanePelican commented on Level 5 Is Hard At Work On A New Game That Wil...:

If Level-5 is interested in how "technology advances" it would make sense for them to use the current gen. hardware (at least in my mind, which may just be wishful thinking). It's hard to tell if they're going to take a new spin on some of their previous titles or try creating a new "genre" altogether. Still, since it's Level-5, I have confidence the story will be great.



ProfanePelican commented on 3DS Hack Removes Region Locking For Retail Car...:

If Nintendo were to remove its region-locking policy I think it would be a gradual implementation rather than one fell swoop like most would hope for. I suppose there are, have been, and will be plenty of attempts at creating a (illegal) workaround, which definitely demonstrates some interest. Nintendo has already explicitly stated its stance, though, so I don't see them changing their policy in the foreseeable future. This hack, like others, will probably get blocked in a future system update if it grows in popularity.