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Ralek85

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#1

Ralek85 commented on Feature: The Making of Wetrix and Its Route to...:

@XCWarrior Sure you can get the PC version, just try google something akin to e.g. "wetrix PC". Can't provide any links here, but I'm sure you'll make a find easy enough! :-D

I'd also love this game on 3DS and/ or WiiU btw. Wetrix looks like an excellent fit for the gamepad to me! Seems unlikely though I'm afraid, since it's probably really niche ....

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#2

Ralek85 commented on Poll: Nintendo's Year of Multiplayer Gaming on...:

Very excited for STEAM, bot not so much for the MP really. In terms of MP I'm very hyped for Splatoon. I just hope robust communication tools make it into the game ... having to resort to Skype and the likes as a permanent solution with friends, and having no means of communication with strangers, is not an apt treatment for a tactical, strongly coordinated arena based action game. That wasn't the case in 2000, it still isn't 15 years on. Get it together Nintendo, and give us the option to talk to one another, because that is still our primary means of communicating complex information over a distance.

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#5

Ralek85 commented on Video: New Nintendo 3DS In-Depth Review: Episo...:

That wasn't really all that in-depth though :-/
How well does the "superstable 3D" really work? How much movement can it compensate before the illusion breaks once more? How big are the view-angels now? How long for it to re-adjust once you put it down or look somewhere else entirely? How does it fare under different lightning situations, e.g. in the dark?
The improved 3D is the primary reason I'm interested in the N3DS, but only if it really works now well enough for daily use at extended periods, maybe even on the bus or train.

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#6

Ralek85 commented on Feature: 20 Wii Games We'd Love To Download Fr...:

@RedYoshi999 I suppose, still, I'm a bit worried that this will turn into a similar situation. I mean at least they went ahead and announced several games right away, so we know it won't be a one time deal. On the other hand, I'd rather have no DS game at all, than to get my hopes up, I might see Dual Strike or The Worlds Ends With You on my WiiU, just so I can have that hope crushed week after week after week ... putting it that way, I'd say none are definitely way better than one.

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#8

Ralek85 commented on Feature: 20 Wii Games We'd Love To Download Fr...:

@CaPPa "arguably better" in what way? :-D

@jgibson75 Personally I would buy Vanquish 2 on Day1 no matter if it where to be released on WiiU, PS4, X1 or PC, but I feel Vanquish would probably sell even worse than Bayonetta 2, which already flopped decisively (even on PS3 Vanquish only sold half as much as Bayonetta, which already barely managed to move something over 1 Mio. units).
Honestly, it would be wasted as an WiiU exclusive, it should just be a multiplatform game so PG can get at least some of the sales and recognition it deserves. Also, after Bayonetta I doubt Nintendo is eager for more any failure, maybe the great PR they got out of it for the WiiU was still worth the investment in their book, I dunno. Time will tell, if there is no new WiiU PG announced this year, then there won't be anymore (which I assume to be the case, if I had to guess).
Maybe PG could get a Kickstarter for it going, since the game has found sound hardcore fans over the years thanks to word-of-mouth, but even that seems very doubtful to me. I'd love a Vanquish sequel, but I reconciled myself to the fact, that most likely this is never going to happen. The market has spoken .... :-(

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#10

Ralek85 commented on Feature: 20 Wii Games We'd Love To Download Fr...:

I got Madworld new for like 3€ a couple of years back. While it's certainly decent, it's by no means as good as Bayonetta or Vanquish as far as other PG games are concerned.
A lot of these games, like on the first list, are better played on other platforms. So my votes go to Zelda, Other M and FE. Last Story and Xenoblade would also be appreciated though.

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#11

Ralek85 commented on Best Buy Is Cancelling Majora's Mask New 3DS X...:

I wonder, once you subtract everyone who is disappointed with not being able to get his hand on one, not being able to get it in a non-XL version, not including the game or not including an AC adapter to use it ... who is left? Typical Nintendo :-/

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#12

Ralek85 commented on Rumour: Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. Demo To Be Distr...:

I hope there will be a New3DS/STEAM bundle available in March. I have absolute faith in Intelligent System as far as tactic/srpg/puzzle games go, so no need for a demo. Still "exclusive" demos are just silly ...

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#13

Ralek85 commented on Feature: 20 Wii Games We'd Love To Download Fr...:

@Ron1212 I don't know, it would certainly go a long way to raise the profile for 'X' anyways. The 3DS version is just a downgraded port with 3D. The Wii version still looks superior and comes with exactly the same features.
I can see that Nintendo might not want to "hurt" it's own Xenoblade 3D sales by making the Wii version widely available, on the other hand, they might hurt 'X' sales if they don't. Since the WiiU is in a dire situation, and the 3DS ain't, I would say it's not out of the cards. But knowing Nintendo I guess, it's certainly rather unlikely, yeah.

@Giygas_95 I already played them both, and I kept my physical copies, but I would definitely get a digital collection for WiiU, if Nintedo offered - Day1, no questions asked!

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#14

Ralek85 commented on Feature: 20 Wii Games We'd Love To Download Fr...:

Quite a few of the great games from the Wii library, are available in superior iterations by now. I wouldn't mind more people getting the chance to play for example Muramasa or Okami, but there are better options available to do so.
Xenoblade Chronicles, The Last Story, Metroid Other M, Skyward Sword, Twilight Princess, Radian Dawn (a bit pointless without the superior Path of Radiance) etc. would certainly be welcome though.

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#16

Ralek85 commented on Talking Point: Club Nintendo's Closure Is An E...:

@Quorthon It is indeed. Unfortunately XBL Gold doesn't offer the same kind of value in terms of discounts and free games like PS+, but the rewards program is definitely way better than Sonys'.

I won't miss CN much, less so than DDP. I hope whatever is next won't be significantly worse than either, that's pretty much it. Nintendo is good at making games, not at marketing them or creating ecosystems. For all the talk about their "loyal costumers" remarkably little ever happened to that end.

There were some pleasant suprises over the years, like getting $30 for FE and SMTIV, but overall it was rather disappointing. Each months one would hope for something to spend those hard earned coins on, only to be disappointed 9 out of 10 times.

If you have service like this in place, it should act as a positive reinforcement on the consumer. Buy something, get rewarded. CN only rarely achieved that simple and basic goal. I'm surprised they kept it on as long as they did ....

It can only get better .... one would think at least, but with Nintendo you never know :-D I doubt the overall value will go beyond the previous CN + DPP, which would be a real shame, considering no one was blown away by those anyways.

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#18

Ralek85 commented on Talking Point: The New Nintendo 3DS Could Be a...:

Well, the original 3DS launch was "rocky" as well, so was WiiU and most recently amiibo of course. It wouldn't be a this-gen Nintendo launch if they didn't shoot themselves in the foot along the way. Just trying to imagine how much more pleasant a consumer experience these last years with Nintendo products would have been, if not for that annoying region-locking ... at times I regret that I went along with it. It would probably have been best to just boycott it completely right from the start with the DSi I'm afraid.

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#20

Ralek85 commented on Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Demo Codes Now Being...:

MH4U US codes:

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A070JN0W02LTDH08
A070U4CK2V3C6GH5

First come, first served, but please be kind enough to leave a message so people know the codes are gone.
Any1 looking for a playmate, feel free to add Ralek85.

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#21

Ralek85 commented on Nintendo's amiibo Website and Compatibility Ch...:

Really glad about the STEAM integration. Looks actually to be useful and fun, and I was getting the Fire Emblem ones anyways (Marth I got already, Ike is preordered). Also, now I'm almost curious what those four will do in the next Fire Emblem that was announced and in SMTxFE. I hope for something similarly useful at the very least!

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#22

Ralek85 commented on First Impressions: We're Really Feeling It Wit...:

Still some of the worst in-game quest tracking/ marking in recent history. Managing quests and finding the right locations (at the right time of day) without some external help could be extremely annoying and time consuming ... really one of those "oldschool" aspects I could do without nowadays.

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#25

Ralek85 commented on Atlus Announces Launch Week Discounts for Citi...:

@Einherjar I hear you, it's just that you make it sound like it's one or the other, like you could have a stable "working" network, but not the communcation aspect, or vice versa or only for "even" higher cost, or something else like that.
I think Nintendo should get it's act together, esp. in respect to games like Splatoon, and allow for basic communications between a group of players without any hassle or extra devices. It won't brake their bank, it won't brake their network, and it is really nothing revolutionary or special. Of course they should not strife to copy Sony's failure (assuming Sony getting attacked the way it is, is really their failure, which at the very least is debatable).

I understand this is not big on everyone's priority list, like you say personal perference, but Nintendo should understand, that it is big on the list of some people, esp. the so-called "core gamers", which are just used to it by now and make use of it on a regular basis. A game like Destiny on the WiiU would impose significant organisational demands on the players, even more so than it did on PS4/X1, because you'd have had to get everyone e.g. on Skype at the same time on an external device just to allow for the most basic need of any team-based game - voice ... that's just no good. The "it'S free excuse" only goes so far, and that is ignoring the fact I alluded to that Nintendo digital comes at a meaningful effective premium price tag, so any "free" argument is a fallacy looking at it from an aggregated perspective.

As for Drive Club I totally agree, what a fu**ing blunder ... darn shame. Personally I fell in love with Forza Horizon 2, my first Forza game, but so amazing, I never even bothered with Drive Club outside of playing it at a friends. Looks totally rad, esp. the fantastic weather effects, but it's not half as fun or motivating to play as FH2 for me, esp. now with Storm Island. Anyways, that is besides the point, but from what I understand the DC situation was caused by erroneous code on the server side of things, so it's not really related to PSN, but to a failure on the part of Evolution Studios. Still, some blame falls on ES partner meaning Sony, no doubt, but it's hard to blame PSN when apparently it's just not really a PSN issue per se.

The fact that today the announced cross-buy for one game is certainly encouraging. I had hoped they talk about communication in Splatoon, because let'S face it, that game NEEDS voice chat for those who want to get "serious" not just blunder around with randoms just for fun but be somewhat more competitive. Again, that does not matter to everyone, but I thought after SSB Nintendo certainly looked willing to embrace that audience as well. If they do it ingame, like MH3U, that's fine, too, sub-optimal in my book, but still fine. If they don't offer any kind of system- or ingame-communication, they'll really hurt their first serios attempt at the "shooter"-market. I want Splatoon to be as successful as it can be, without being hamstrung by some poor purely ideological (if even that) design decision. I'm still annoyed that MK8 couldn't be bothered with a proper chat system, thereby severely limiting the fun factor for online play. And, once again, this could have been 100% totally optional, with the Gamepad available to conveniently manage chat options, like muting players or oneself, or only talking to specific players/groups/friends, allowing for system wide chatrooms ....... I simply know for a fact, that a significant number of people is seriously annoyed by these kind of idiosyncratic shortcomings.
It bugs me so much because it is an easy fix, is it not?

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#28

Ralek85 commented on Atlus Announces Launch Week Discounts for Citi...:

@Einherjar I don't know man, like I said, a network system that is pointless for communicating with fellow players is anything but flawless in my book. The main purposes of such a system is to bring people together ... to interact. Of course this means playing together, but it also means communicating with each other.
Sure you can use an external device to talk to each other in Skype or a dozen other apps, you can also run your PS4/X1 and talk to people there (given they are on those systems), but you cannot in all seriousness tell me that this is anything short of insanely inconvenient. On PS4/X1 is simply send out a group message to my buddies "let's play xxxx", start a open lobby, put my head set on and that's that. I don't need a PC for that or anything else like it to get the ball rolling.
The real issue arises though when you play with people you didn't know previously, which is no problem on PS4/X1 since everyone has the same features and everyone has a least the cheap packed-in headset, so you can always just have them join your party, but what do you do on Nintendo Network? There is just no meaningful way to set up proper communcations, so you just leave it at that, which is a shame I think.
Again, I don't disagree that Sony should work alot harder on stability and security, absolutely! Even Microsoft does a way better job at it. It's also true though, that to my knowledge Nintendo was never or rarely tested in that regard, so I'd rather withhold judgement, esp. since their hardware security is not really THE industry standart.
Your whole calculation in terms of PS+ is quite a bit of a bogus calculation because PS+ offers more in terms of values and features than just paying for the network. You get games and discounts, cloud save and stuff, too. Also, it's no secret that e-shop is the most expensive digital platform to shop at. Nintendo is famously slow to adjust prices, the sales culture is very "minimalistic" and last but not least the lack of cross-buy and/or gamesharing features drives up the effective costs significantly. I mean just contrast the whole holiday/black friday sales on PSN and XLive with the NN sales around the same time. I think that picture speaks for itself, if you add in PS+ discounts, cross-buy and gamesharing, prices that were often 50% off of MSRP for games, some like 8 weeks old, could drop another 10-60%, getting you basically just released games for as little as $15 and I'm not talking about shuffleware but games like Alien Isolation, Evil Within, Shadow of Mordor, Dragon Age Inquistion etc.. You'd be lucky to see those kind of prices two years on, on the e-shop (maybe with the exception of Atlus).
If you take that into account the $40 or so bucks you spend on PS+ are really not a big deal in any way shape or form. Basically it's about the premium I'm being used to pay for one or two digital Nintendo games, of which I buy several per year ..... at least that's my point of view on it.

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#29

Ralek85 commented on Atlus Announces Launch Week Discounts for Citi...:

@Einherjar I'm sorry to hear that you apparently had a bad experience. I'm pretty sure there also games vanishing from the e-shop, I think most recently something about tetris? Also, sofar I couldn't get my hand on a digital copy of NintendoLand (I went digital-only with an import NTSC WiiU).
If security breaches refers to hacks and large scale network attacks, I agree, but I also think, that simply noone can be bothered to mess with the NintendoNetwork, it's just not cool or spectacular enough. It's not like a large scale ddos attack wouldn't work on the mighty NN .... As for security in general, Nintendo hardware in recent years was always on of the very first to be hacked, with all the unpleasant consequences that spring from that (e.g. for cheating online).

In regards to "at least its working":
Not being able to send direct messages or join a friend games via friendlist is not "working" but broken, having to use an external device for voice chat is also not "working" but broken, no option to back-up save files locally or god forbid online is not "working", but broken ... overall in my book that is just poor service from the get go, even if it's up and running 100% of the time.

Also it's not just about cross-buy, at the very least it's also about cross-save, cross-play and gamesharing as well as some basic communication tools (No need to even bother addressing trophies and stuff, since I personally don't miss those much, but I know others do)

The reason you feel the NintendoNetwork is more reliable might just be that is a bare-bones and rather small scale, providing anything but an interesting target for outside attacks, furthermore featuring few perks that could "go wrong".

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#34

Ralek85 commented on Review: Fire Emblem (Wii U eShop / Game Boy Ad...:

@FritzFrapp I had this discussion just the other day. Nintendo should have realised the importance of building on the momentum of FE:A but then again, did they? What happend since then doesn't really inspire that much confidence. SMTxFE seemed like a great hint that they felt confident about FE:A (and SMTIV) and the future of the franchise, but since than almost two years (we are still 2 weeks shy of that), have passed where nothing happend besides one, or very recently two for Europe, GBA VC console releases.
I'm not even sure that you can even call it "building on the moment" after 1.5 years of inaction. Basically they just let it slip by. The only indication I see, that something/ anything might happen (at least in Japan that is), is the impending release of the Radiant Dawn and Path of Radiance soundtrack.
The complete radio silence on that, the GBA releases, SMTxFE and the franchise in general probably means though, that they have no interest in creating any kind buzz for it and pushing it forward as a possibly major IP. Apparently any plans to that effect, if there ever were one, were unfortunately abandoned somewhere along the road. =(

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#35

Ralek85 commented on Review: Fire Emblem (Wii U eShop / Game Boy Ad...:

Seeing this on the e-shop convinced to finally invest into VC games ... basically I'm simply sticking with my age old believe to buy anything FE related I can get my hands on :P
Of course, this was quickly followed then by Advance Wars, LTTP and Earthbound ^^ I hope, although I know it'S not gonna happen, VC might be a second chance for Nintendo to bring all those FE games west, that never made it here outside of roms and translation patches.
That would be one of those moves that would make me really appreciate them .... also, it would make them some money, at least on my end :-D A Path of Radiance/Radiant Collection would also be nice, I already own the games, but my Wii is no longer hooked up (had to make room for three new consoles, so something had to go ^^), so I appreciate the chance to double-dipp ^^

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#37

Ralek85 commented on Nintendo Adds a Bunch of Virtual Console Title...:

I don't get it, why don't they just make the e-shop accessible via the web, like you know, the PSN Store and Xbox Store or Steam. I understand they are busy playing catch-up on the digital front, but this seems like a pointless approach. I don't want to be able to buy a 100 or so games, if I don't have access to my WiiU. I want to be able to make any purchase I want, anywhere and at any given time - this is about me giving them my money, why the reluctance?
Must be one of those basic features Nintendo just feels are overrated ....

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#38

Ralek85 commented on Mario Kart 8 Beats Stern Competition To Become...:

@Nintendobro Why not, I admit it's a strech in many ways, but as far as Forza goes, FH2 is arcade. MK8 is as arcade as it gets. Both are racing games are they not?

As far as GOTY in general goes, any game is a potential candidate so any game can be compared to any other ... If you don't like the comparison, blame the idea of a GOTY, not me.

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#39

Ralek85 commented on Feature: The Biggest 3DS Games of 2015:

I love the work of Intelligent Systems. Basically I'd totally buy a Nintendo System just for their games, esp. handhelds. Therefore S.T.E.A.M. is my top 3DS game for 2015 (so far), followed by Zelda MM.
I'm interested in finally playing some MH, but I don't know ... I got MH3U on the WiiU and still haven't found the time for it. I think I just might wait für MH4U on WiiU, before I finally make the investment and give the game a real shot.

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#40

Ralek85 commented on Here's a Handy amiibo Compatibility Infographic :

I got Marth and I preordered Ike, but not for functionality and I don't see myself getting a lot more in the near future either.
If there were some more Fire Emblem or even Advance Wars ones, I'd probably get those, too. Basically I'm willing to buy anything half-way decent related to either IPs :-P
Aside from that I'd love to see some Atlus IPs that are on Nintendo Systems get the amiibo treatment, how about SMTIV or Persona Q? I'd certainly go for those ...
Aside from that, I might get Shulk once I figure out where to get him in Europe .... Anyone know about this? Is it going to be a Gamestop exclusive in EU, too?

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#41

Ralek85 commented on Mario Kart 8 Beats Stern Competition To Become...:

MK8 is great, but in all honesty, I don't think it's even the best racing game of 2014, much less the best game in general. The best racing game I played in 2014 was definitely Forza Horizon 2. MK8 isn't all that great solo in my book and the Battle Mode is frankly shoddy. The worst thing I can say about FH2 is that it's weather system is not quite as spectacular as Drive Club's (haven't played Storm Island yet). Aside from that, it's pretty much a perfect game and most of the time even more fun than MK8.

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#42

Ralek85 commented on Feature: The Biggest Wii U Games of 2015:

Nice to see Splatoon coming in second sofar. Mostly people tend to demand "New IPs", just to go on to ignore them once they're out. Speaking about sequelitis, unsurprising to see Zelda being the most popular :-D
Not that I mind, the new Zelda looks great, more importantly it looks fresh in many ways. Very excited for it, just not quite as much as for Splatoon.
Xenoblade (here is hoping to a better questdesign/ tracker and higher difficutly) and Star Fox (still sceptical about the use of Gyro and 2nd screen, it's just ..... it already feels forced just reading about it :-/)

If SMTxFe is not out in 2015 I'll be pretty disappointed, it's been 2 (!!!!!!) years now without so much as a new piece of solid information. If it's indeed cancelled I'll be heartbroken and utterly pi***ed at Nintendo. They better have a new FE for WiiU in development then ....

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#43

Ralek85 commented on Nintendo Download: 1st January (North America):

@SetupDisk Ignorance is bliss in this regard, no two ways about it. Well, I'm not well versed in copyright law, but I guess since FE is Nintendo's property, and since they got it out in Europe, and the GBA version came to the U.S. ,too, it should not pose a problem for the U.S. as a VC title as well. The game is already localized for the UK/US, so that's definitely not it.

Still, I wouldn't hold my breath, experience shows that it can be a very, very long time before a VC game makes the jump over the big pond. As for why it only should be a no-issue .... like I said: no clue. Nintendo is either unaware that people can get annoyed if they are treated like 2nd class citizens (that goes both ways between US and EU on occassion, which makes it even more baffling), or they don't care ... or .. hell if I know. It's not the way I would try to do it. I would put forth some effort to not cause either distribution area unnecessary grief, and I mean let's be real here .... envy is one of the most fundamental human emotions. It's not a big mystery and you don't have to know terms like relative deprivation to get why Nintendo's approach might be a bit sub-optimal let's say :-P
Then again Nintendo is not the only one to blame, but they are definitely the worst offender in that regard.

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#44

Ralek85 commented on Nintendo Download: 1st January (North America):

@SetupDisk If out in Europe this week counts as "supposed to to be out soon", and I'd dare say it does, then yes, FE: Sacred Stones.
I didn't really expect for it show up this week tbh, since Nintendo seems hell-bent on acting like a nuisance with the small things when ever and where ever possible, for no apparent reason whatsoever. Ah what am I saying ... there is probably an excellent reason for the way US and EU VC console releases are handled, just none poor me in my infinite ignorance could fathom :-P
Still, it's 2015 now and Nintendo still seems unware of the most basic principles established in social sciences, and their impact on marketing. They definitely never heard of relative deprivation, that is for sure - which is simply stunning to me Oo

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#45

Ralek85 commented on Nintendo Download: 1st January (North America):

Always good to start the new year with a strong first showing. Well, maybe next year NoA. At the very least, they could have given us FE ... hardly too much to ask for, at least there would been something, anything really, to feel good about this :-/

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#46

Ralek85 commented on Nintendo Download: 1st January (Europe):

@Grumblevolcano I stumpled upon the soundtracks on amiami just yesterday. At first I thought the 2015 release date had to be some kind of mistake, but apparently it's not.
I hope you're right and there might be something more to it.
If there were to be a N3DS exclusive, I'd finally have a definite reason to get one. I just hope it's not a port of PoR and/or RD. From the looks of the few snippets of video we got for Xenoblade N3DS, it seems to be quite a bit of a visual downgrade.
RD and especially PoR might fare better, since neither seemed overly taxing in terms of visuals but still, I'd rathr have a) a new one or b) a port/ localization of older ones in some kind of collection on the 3DS, or on the WiiU side of things, a) a new one or b) the aforementioned collection of PoR and RD.
Most importanly, I just want Nintendo to take advantage of the great reception of Awakening. I'm still horrified by the fact, that if FE:A had failed, FE might have ended forever (probably even making the subsequent VC releases unlikely). I think quite a few FE:A buyers are in the market for more quality FE experiences, and this is also a great opportunity to introduce those same players to Advance Wars. If they just let this opportunity slipp-by completely, I'd hold it against them forever.

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#47

Ralek85 commented on Nintendo Download: 1st January (Europe):

Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones ?? That better be on the U.S. e-shop come thursday, too, or I'm gonna go ballistic. Coming to think of it where da hell is Advance Wars 2: Black Hole Rising ...
Also, they should think about finally bringing FE:Fūin no Tsurugi west officially. FE:Awakening, the whole Marth/Ike amiibo situation and the (hopefully still) upcoming SMTxFE should have created more buzz for the series outside of the Japan than .... probably ever.
I know quite a few people who were introduced to the series by FE:A and are clamoring for more, unfortunately besides the rather mediocre FE:Shadow Dragon there is little available to them on 3DS. Even those who own a WiiU are limited to "Fire Emblem" and Radiant Dawn, which is 1) not as good as Path of Radiance, 2) also a bit pointless without having played PoR first and 3) not easy or cheap to come by in most places in think.
I think Nintendo should capitalize on the rising popularity (at least relative to the past) of FE and bring titles like FE:Fūin no Tsurugi as well as the SNES games west. Fantranslation are available and could be used, could they not? I doubt anyone would be anything short of delighted by that.
A Path of Radiance/ Radiant Dawn "HD" collection (+ extras maybe, e.g. incl. a previously unrealsed GBA/SNES FE game) would also be absolutely splendid, I'd be happy to pay $60 for that, and I already own both games.
No idea how well the WiiU would deal with a ported GC game, but I imagine it can be done, it would just be a shame otherwise .... with Nintendo's only capitalization of the FE:A success being SMTxFE (2-3 years later) and two GBA VC releases. I mean .... that's just sad.

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#48

Ralek85 commented on Toon Tanks:

I wish there was something like the Tank game from WiiPlay available, with some added content and some face lifting. That was really great co-op fun, simple but immensely entertaining.

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#50

Ralek85 commented on Level-5 Confirms Some Handsome 3DS eShop Festi...:

@Samuel-Flutter I wouldn't say I didn't like it, I just enjoyed Liberation Maiden, Crimson Shroud and Friday Monsters alot more. I'd say it is a solid game, especially if you get it while on sale. At full price I would have found it a bit short as you said, and overall just not that exciting.