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Qn1f3

Qn1f3

Tech Savvy Toadling!

Male, 28, Sweden

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Sat 1st March, 2014

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#1

Qn1f3 commented on Poll: Which Is The Best Super Mario Platformer?:

Super Mario World, even though I reckon it's a close call with SMB64 and Galaxy. To bad Super Mario 3D World was mostly a beautiful shell without a real soul, don't get me wrong it is fantastic, but it could've been so much greater.

Or have I missed out on a lot of stuff? I'm actually right now sweeping through it again to take all flags and other misses, to see if it unlokcs anything more. That is one of the thing I love with Super Mario World all the secrets which never seems to end.

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#2

Qn1f3 commented on Video: How To Become A Mario Kart 8 Master In ...:

Can't wait, these tricks are familiar if you've played the previous installments of the series. Which I think most Nintendoites should've done! :)

It looks fantastic and the soul of the MK IP seems intact, so I'm simply looking forward to see you folks on the racetrack in a near future!

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#3

Qn1f3 commented on Super Metroid is 20 Years Old Today:

That is a fantastic game, even if I came in contact with it for real via the eShop on Wii U(I had a vast collection, Super Metroid being one of them, unfortunately not discovered by me at that time).

As many other games that released during the 16-bit era, a lot of them released for the SNES are considered being the best in their respective series by many. The SNES is still my personal favourite when it comes to consoles released to this day!

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#6

Qn1f3 commented on Nicalis Boss Tyrone Rodriguez Thinks The Wii U...:

So far(the games that I've played on my Wii U) the gamepad is by far best implemented in Nintendo Land, glorious fun. And as many of you mention here in the thread, there are amazing possibilities with the gamepad. Let's just hope someone creative has the guts to go wild with it.

The only thing that bothers me with the gamepad is that it's always on. Even if I watch Netflix or play a game which does not use the screen, it's still on. Or have I missed something? Also as a consequence of this always on the battery gets drained and it does'nt have the best battery in the world.

Does anyone know if they've got the possibility to use two gamepads or more synced with one Wii U and/or link the 3DS to the Wii U in any way?

Cause the possibilities with such a setup would be infinite, imagine two gamepads and four wiimotes on the same Wii U in two teams opposing each other. For me the graphics does not matter that much, the important things are innovative fun gameplay, good game mechanics and a whole lot of fun!