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I'm loyal to my purpose, my beliefs

Male, 20, United Kingdom

DBZ, GTA, MGS are the most exceptional franchises in mankind, Pokemon lost it with XY. Favourite Movies: James Bond Films, Die Hard, The Spy Next Door, Rush Hour. Favourites Shows: Cheers, Frasier, Melissa & Joey, Revenge, The 100, Family Guy, American Dad, Friends, Two & Half Men, My Family.

Wed 17th July, 2013

Recent Comments



Punished_Boss_84 commented on Talking Point: Is Konami About To Exit The Con...:

Konami is not dying nor are they going anywhere. Kojima (and a few others) is just one man.

A company does not die just because they don't act like they do in 90s, sure scaled back operations. They are already hiring for "A Non Hideo Kojima MGS Game", many of which did exist in the 30 yrs he was there.



Punished_Boss_84 commented on Download Card Prompts Speculation Over DLC Que...:

I still can't accept that moment actually happened, I can accept why it happened...

I feel like I should add something to this particular topic, right, Nintendo have clever ways of being anti-consumerist, so clever people just don't see it or won't see it or refuse to see it. Xenoblade X DLC Quests? Right, where's it coming from? Nothing suggests it so...



Punished_Boss_84 commented on Talking Point: It's Too Early to Write Off the...:

2016 is the Wii U's Swan Song Year. Wii U is following in the Revolution's footsteps, which is what the NX is following. All this is far too similar to each other. As for written off, the writing is and has been on the wall for a long time. Yeah none of this would be an issue if third party support simply existed.

Soft? Me? Never.



Punished_Boss_84 commented on Talking Point: It's Too Early to Write Off the...:

You're not gonna like this comment but in terms of competing with the PS4 & X1, being salvagable or being positioned as many people's go to platform (First & Third party wise), the Wii U is already written off.

With or without Zelda, Wii U is written off anyways.



Punished_Boss_84 commented on Interview: Nintendo's Damon Baker on the eShop...:

Nintendo has no authority to dictate. Ironic, considering they publish Pokemon games, which takes on every so called evil you're accusing third parties of.

Broken? Check. Annual? Check. Abused microtransactions? Check. Locking Difficulties behind versions? Check. Quailty decline? Check. Two versions then a third version to follow later? Milked? Check.

Not even third parties are as bad as GameFreak and Co. But if you want to continue in the belief that Nintendo is exempted from this, then go ahead.