User Profile



Male, 19, Canada

Sat 30th Nov 2013

Recent Comments



Remisio commented on Exclusive: Slightly Mad Studio Head Ian Bell S...:

@DESS-M-8 3rd Parties were "turning" to the WiiU as well when it was announced. Look how that turned out. Unless the NX sells like Wii or DS 3RD parties aren't going near Nintendo again unless Nintendo Funds the Games like W101 Bayo2 and Devils Third.

And it doesn't even matter. Fans will always complain anyways. To me the Xbox1 has one game I care about, PS4 has 2 maybe 3

The PC has the Rest and WiiU I already have a lot of games and looking forward to some more. It's all tastes, advertisements and Sales Figures.



Remisio commented on ​Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Gets a Wi...:

@Peek-a-boo ...

Sure, keep thinking that way. And so I will then believe that all Sony and Microsoft Fans also have their own fickle Ignorant Hiveminds in which they all think the same and all post the same things on the web.

Like before a fan posts something they must ask the collective being what it is they all think, and that will be what they will all think. There are certainly people like you describe, but they're everywhere. Do not Attribute them to the whole of a fanbase.



Remisio commented on ​Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Gets a Wi...:

@khululy it takes money, hence why it was such a big stretch goal. Additionally they will have armature working on the game at (supposedly) the same time alongside the main team so theoretically the WiiU version should be ready alongside the others. Though it may not look as good. If the NX is announced and has an easier way of porting they may port the PS4 version onto that as well. Though I'm sure the WiiU version will still exist. My main issue is how different it may end up being from the main versions, not graphically, but in terms of gameplay and set up and potential bugs. As even if it is handled at the same time as IGA states that poses issues in that the communication may be off and some differences may show up here and there. But if IGA trusts them so much there probably won't be big differences other than maybe Graphics.

All of this is assuming the NX is a Home console and not something else entirely. Also I wonder how Nintendo will work to make the NX a stronger console if it is a Home console. They may announce and release it and it could be incredibly more powerful than the PS4 and Xbone but how long till Sony and Microsoft decide to release their PS5 and 10QuadracularContainerNone and it is even stronger so that the respective canvases begin mockery again, and Devs decide not to support Nintendo with their work again unless it turns into a success like the Wii in terms of sales.



Remisio commented on Capcom Is Bringing The Nintendo Exclusive Resi...:

@kobashi100 the only reason Revelations became a thing is because it did so well on the 3DS, a Nintendo Console.

Of course it doesn't reflect on the WiiU sales itself but still. It is quite likely Revelations didn't do well on WiiU because most people who owned a WiiU already owned a 3DS and the 3DS version of revelations. I know that's the reason some friends and I didn't buy the WiiU version. We already had the 3DS version.



Remisio commented on Capcom Is Bringing The Nintendo Exclusive Resi...:

Guess the only third party support we can expect on WiiU will be games that Nintendo Funds like Bayo2 and Devil's Third. Which I honestly don't mind. higher Quality content than cheap cash grabbing ports.

I want to see Nintendo doing more of that in funding dream projects for third parties who were not able to make their games originally. In a sense Nintendo is almost like Kickstarter in that it allowed games to be made that were not being supported by the companies the devs worked for. But unlike Kickstarters, Nintendo can make it so the IP is used again rather than a spiritual Successor.

Plot twist: Nintendo Funds Silent Hills, silent Hills now WiiU exclusive. And as is the norm with Konima games it includes a subtitle:

Silent Hills: High Suspense Norman Reedus Action.



Remisio commented on Project CARS Studio Boss Admits to Problems Wi...:

If I remember correctly this was originally a WiiU and PC game, and that is how it was funded. Then they told everyone how Namco decided to fund them so they'd make PS3, PS4, Xbox360 and Xbone versions. Then they focused on all but the WiiU version. When MK8 came out they even said that: "If there are any true fans of racing games they'll be patient enough for a real racer on the WiiU,"

We were patient and nothing was delivered. Considering how originally it was a WiiU and PC exclusive and how much it was talked about on Nintendo news sites up to it's funding I'm sure a great amount of the funding was for the WiiU version. Oh well. Shame.



Remisio commented on Feature: Tales From the Front Line of amiibo C...:

I remember here in Canada when the Target stores gave their Rosalina amiibos to different retailers because they'd be closing up soon. They had this whole: "Future shop is putting them up for pre order at midnight/3 am!" so I decided to stay up because sure why not. Theyre online preorders only so its not as likely for scalpers to get in, except they had a 3 per household limit which feels like a bit too much. I make it on time, still in stock, filling out the preorder info as fast as possible when right as im about to press "order" it shuts it down and says they sold out. A friend of mine who works at gamestop managed to get a Rosalina at Walmart though, says he's going to cherish it and keep it in box. He even managed to get a limited edition majoras mask. He had a friend pre order for him elsewhere, because employees at EB Games weren't allowed to preorder from their shipment of a measly 3 copies at that particular store. He tried getting me one originally but wasn't allowed, for better or for worse. whenever I show up we talk and get angry over the scalpers selling the Limited edition online for 300$ more than the original cost.

BTW not even pre orders are safe. I placed a pre order for Dedede at my local EB Games. The day It comes out I got a call during a break in class.
Its my friend at EB Games: "Hey, its about your Dedede pre order, you better hurry up and come pick it up as soon as possible. I'm trying to keep it safe for you because you paid a lot for the preorder and have a membership and all but there re a lot of calls coming in to try and buy it and the manager says that if you don't pick it up soon we'll have to sell it."

so I rush there and get there just as some other guy is shouting at my friend to just give him the amiibo, but he says too bad since I'm there. funnily enough as He hands me the amiibo the store gets another call, my friend picks up: "Sorry, the owner of the pre order just picked it up, have a nice day."



Remisio commented on Nintendo Of America Celebrates Bayonetta 2 Wit...:

Why QUEBEC WHY!? Why can't we ever have the nice stuff. It's almost like we should have our own region locked French Canadian 3DS because the stores won't let games in unless they have French option so then there are some games I've had to drive all the way to Ontario or New York to buy. Its weird.



Remisio commented on Resident Evil Revelations 2 Confirmed By Capco...:

@liavcol Now I realize those 40+$ were a complete waste of my money. It was a fun game, and I really enjoyed it. I was hoping it'd turn out like FF:CC did for SE as in a Nintendo exclusive spin off franchise. But Naaah, they released it on consoles with more content. Which still didn't anger me much really... But this is dumb. Capcom appears to have a tendency to not really care about fans. I won't really be surprised when MH5 is announced PS4 exclusive or whatever. It just means it's another franchise I stop caring about.

Phoenix Wright becomes iOS exclusive.



Remisio commented on Feature: HD Remasters That Would Be Perfect fo...:

@FullbringIchigo I support all these games that are extremely unlikely to make it...

My dreams are crushed the moment I wish for a third party remake/port. Like let's say te Metal Gear Saga collection would be a great thing to port. But it's depressing. Sega! Give us Skies of Arcadia Legends HD and a port of Valkyria Chronicles amongst other poopoodoodoocacapoopledoopledoggiepoople!! ID BUY IT.



Remisio commented on Feature: HD Remasters That Would Be Perfect fo...:

I'd love for them to do remasters of the Metroid Prime Trilogy and Eternal Darkness, because they'd be great games to not have to pay 100+$ for.

Speaking of Games I don't want to pay over 100$ for, another one I'd like would be Fire Emblem Radiant Collection including: Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn. Reworking the voice acting (GODDAMMIT MIST) and maybe adding some extra content. It could be a sort of work up to the SMTXFE that we haven't heard about in so long. Also apparently quite a few people didn't know Ike worked out between the 3 year cycle after PoR and before RD and were oh so surprised by his design in the new Smash.

Any of the 3 I'd love, mainly Metroid and FE though. And they can both work as build ups for games we pretty much know are coming (unlike Eternal Darkness).



Remisio commented on The Hyrule Warriors Artbook Catches The Eye Wi...:

@Jazzer94 Yes. But as I've said, the story would need to be set around the female Link. Not a bad thing, I am not against it. Just saying that the story would revolve around Female Link and her relationships just as currently they revolve around male Link and his relationships.

Also Link is Male in Zelda WiiU as far as we know so far. It can be changed but the Link shown at E3 was Male. Just saying cuz some people are still saying that Zelda U has female Link after Aonuma has clarified otherwise although rather vaguely.



Remisio commented on The Hyrule Warriors Artbook Catches The Eye Wi...:

@Jazzer94 It sounds simple, but all the past games can't be overwritten (that's what I get from your comment forgive me if I have misinterpreted something)

It is possible to make a Game with a Female Link, I'm just saying that the story of that particular game would need to be centered specifically around a female Link or either Male/Female Link which leads to less freedom of the creators actually writting what they want for the story if they are obligated to follow what the fans want. And of course you can't satisfy everyone.

Write a Story and you can change the characters' genders easily with a few adjustments, but that doesn't mean you can make it applicable to both sexes or that it will be acceptable with what others think and say.

With society today and how diverse it can appear on the surface you'd think it'd be easy to be more representative, but Homophobia and sexism is still present (as is Racism) and it will most likely never leave. Prejudice sometimes even applies to whole countries and from a market perspective you don't want to do something that will get your game banned in China, Russia or any big Market. It's easier to take a simple route. Freedom of expression is something I wish really existed. But due to the extremely loud communities with differing views it's almost impossible. Something may be done with the best of intents and it will be shot down by someone who sees it as offensive, even for the most absurd of reasons.

But anyways they've confirmed it was meant to be a sister like character to Link in HW, whether that's the truth or an effort to avoid the persecution of "LINK CAN'T BE FEMALE!!" members of the fanbase... I don't know.



Remisio commented on The Hyrule Warriors Artbook Catches The Eye Wi...:

@Jazzer94 Not necessarily. I used to think like that before but no. Link is an established character in every Game. He has a pre determined role, sex, backstory and even relationships and love interests/motivations of his own.

That doesn't mean they can't make a female Link though. It probably wouldn't have the same name but they could easily make a Zelda Game in which the main character is a Female version of the Hero/ine of time. Even then she would be an established character in that game: she'd have backstory, relationships and motivations of her own.

It'd be pretty cool if sex options were available but that's not a part of how the franchise is set up. Nintendo has nothing against choosing genders in games (Pokemon Being the simplest example) but when a character has been established over such a long time it's hard to do.

Commander Sheppard or the Dragon Born are often given as examples as to why Zelda should do it, but those characters were created from the very beginning to be in that way from conception (I believe) they are not characters that have been established over the course of 25+ years. They are a product of current Game development ideals. The stories from the beginning are centered around the characters being either gender. This could be done with Zelda as well. But you must admit it runs high risks due to the nature of the fanbase. The same could go for Mario, Star Fox (not so much, Krystal can just be the MC), Metroid, Kid Icarus (now, not before the rebirth but now a fanbase has Grown), etc. They really are all Established Characters, including Link.



Remisio commented on Nintendo's At It Again With Another Majora's M...:

@Einherjar My first MegaMan Game if I remember correctly was Battlenetwork... I'm sad to say I wasn't a fan right off the bat. I grew up watching a lot of Video game animations, my cousins were the ones with all the game expertise and the games. I watched the Cartoon and liked it and so I played te game on what was my first Nintendo console: The Gameboy Advance. I'm obviously from a different generation but my cousins loved the older games. I liked battle network but couldn't really relate with them about MegaMan. Until a couple of years later... I made a friend who had an NES, I played MegaMan 2... And my life was changed forever. I didn't even understand how a game with such simple graphics could captivate me like that! It was also most likely the fun of playing with a friend but still I became a huge fan. Went back and played the MML games and then when MML3 came and went I... Well you probably know how we felt.

I also never knew what a backlog was like until recently because I was just a student, we had so much free time back then. Now I have games piling up, I haven't beaten Cenoblade Chronicles yet even though I got it almost 3 years ago, I only beat The Last story a few months ago with a friend, etc etc. But this is where I'm going with this: I never truly wanted anyone to remake a game I've played, I have it and people can usually get it easily nowadays. I've seen people asking for Xenoblade Chronicles to be remade, I can kind of understand it a bit because here in the American region the game was GameStop exclusive. I was lucky to get it before it started costing 100$. A remake has to be justified to me.

OOT3D was justified in my opinion: it was meant to introduce the iconic title to a new generation and overall hopefully the franchise as a whole to a new generation. It did just that. People bought it and do they became interested in the game, they then read about it and found out there was a direct sequel (this is all hupothetical in the end, not everyone reacted as such but it happened quite a bit) they look up how they can get the games, look at that MM and all te older games are on the VC! Why not get those! And SS is Comming out later this year! Isn't that convenient!

MM3D is (probably) not being asked for by the new fans, but rather the really old ones who took OOT3D and are probably a part of the whole trifecta of "Best Zelda Game between OOT, MM and ALTTP" argument. New fans follow along because it's an easy way to make it more readily available.

As strange as it may sound there are people who haven't used the VC too much and so they haven't bought Games like OOT and the older Zelda's even though they were made readily available on the Wii. There are also people who got a 3DS but never owned a Wii. Anyways why OOT? It has been idolized and considered a master piece. So then why not MM? It's popular, but mainly as a Cult classic, and OOT3D was meant to build up interest which would hopefully end up selling more VC titles and SS.

This is of course just my observations I'm not Nintendo. But Games from The last Generation (with some exceptions) are still readily available. So they don't really require a remake. Games two generations ago have a bit more of a justification because they are less readily available. Ironically games three generations ago are more readily available because of te Virtual Console.

So I wouldn't mind an MM3D remake but it's not entirely necessary. And won't live up to expectations. But a full out sequel that came out of a remake clearly surpasses expectations.

Bayonetta is an example of a game that warrants a remake, because the game wasn't originally released on a Nintendo console, so how about introducing Nintendo owners to te first game so that the second isn't too confusing or unapealling! This is sound logic (which EA lacked but that's something else entirely) and Xenoblade is kind of similar in that the past game was only Localized to an extremely limited quantity (at te very least in America) but it is much less likely to get a remake for the spiritual sequel both because it should have no bearing on whether a person will play and because only one particular region didn't get to experience it like the others. Wait... What I just said made more sense in my mind... Just ignore that part there's something wrong with my head after a long day of whatever it was I was doing.

But I think (hope) I've made a pretty clear point! (?) Im sure I was going to talk about GameCube and something about VC for it or something doing good... But I'm not sure anymore. And maybe I was going to talk about ports and the such or remasterings but somehow being tired makes me more cautious and wiser (?)




Remisio commented on Nintendo's At It Again With Another Majora's M...:

@Einherjar Oh... Oh God... MY HEART!! WHY DID YOU HAVE TO REMIND ME OF MML3!? Nuuuuuuuuuuuu!!!!
When they revealed Megaman's final smash I was both overjoyed and massively depressed (well I guess not that much) and all I could think of was how did he... Is this an AU where the sequel exists!? And if so... If a separate world from mine has MML3... Then... WHAT AM I FIGHTING FOOOOOOOR!?

But yeah anyways. That's true, most Nintendo games can go generations without needing an update. Why else would the VC be so great!? I play TLoZ:ALTTP and I have no issues. I even play Zelda II! They're great, I never really think: "This game will need a remake in a few years..." that's also why I don't get some people wanting a TP remake in HD. I'd rather te series move forward.

Someone says: "I want a Super Mario Sunshine HD remake!" and I would ask: "Why not a Sunshine sequel instead?"

When I heard they were planning to remake ALTTP I was honestly quite disappointed, but when they decided to make that into a sequel instead and what turned out to (arguably) be the best Zelda game in years I was overjoyed!

If anything truly good can come from trying to make a remake is when the remake ends up turning into something entirely different and new. I could just imagine them originally working on MM3D right after OOT3D but then suddenly thinking: "hey... The OOT assets were originally used to make MM by a new team, it wasn't meant to be... So what if we did something similar? A brand new game using the OOT3D assets as well as the MM3D assets! A brand new sequel! (and include MM3D with it.)"

I know it's highly unlikely and unbelievable but it would Justify taking so long when the original MM took less than a Year. And all the Hype... Dreams can come true (though they usually don't.)

Expectations grow over time though. When it's for a new game the end result can be devastating if it takes too long. Just look at Duke Nukem and I believe it may end up happening to the last Guardian and HL3. It's sad. But the backlash for a remake not living up to expectations wouldn't normally be as bad. When people aren't constantly expecting it at least. If people hadn't started seeing MM remake everywhere it'd turn out to be a pleasant surprise. But with how everyone has started building it up I can't see it turning out well when it released and people think: "I was waiting for this? I was so excited just for this?" but if it turned out to be something new I can see it being a great outcome. I'm not Nintendo though so who knows. They do what they want.



Remisio commented on Nintendo's At It Again With Another Majora's M...:

@Einherjar I find it truly discouraging that people get as excited and paranoid over a remake as another fanbase does for a sequel that has been so long coming. It's more understandable in HL3's case but still annoying, so imagine how I feel about this.

I have it on VC anyways and play it on the game pad... However awkward it is.



Remisio commented on The Legend of Zelda Monopoly Dated for 15th Se...:

WHY!? Why can't I preorder it in Canada!? The website doesn't allow me to!


I will go to the eb games near my home and demand an explanation as to why! And if I am not satisfied and still can't get the game...

Someone will suffer greatly.

That someone being me.



Remisio commented on This Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Box Art May Get...:

Also I am tempted to go out and print out the Japanese box covers so that I can use them instead of the western one... It looks weird to me, feels kind of lazy.

And the Japanese versions are better in my opinion.



Remisio commented on Gallery: A Closer Look At 13 amiibo Toys:

All of them shall be mine!!! Marth looks kind of weird though... And that scratch in Kirby's Eye stands out to me... It means I'll have to take care not to let people touch and scratch them around the house... Or just keep them in the package but then they can't be used... But then they remain in good condition...

I could buy two of each... It'll only be around 700-800+$ total!



Remisio commented on The Mysterious Murasame Castle Set For North A...:

@Klunk23 I know. There's also the fact that Takamaru isn't being translated for localization. But there are many fan translations around that Nintendo could use. People say that's not likely either, I kind of agree, but it's not unprecedented: there have been companies that use fan translations, touch them up a bit, and then localize a game with it. But I admit it's still unlikely. Some games that are more likely though are FF 1-6 the real ones so we could get FF2, 3 and 5 because SE has translated them for... IOS... So might as well place them I the VC when their games eventually make it. (though most VC games as of late are Capcom and Konami)



Remisio commented on Review: One Piece Unlimited World Red (Wii U):

I must say I'm not really a huge fan of One Piece... But as an art student I've been contemplating buying this game solely because the artstyle seems gorgeous to me.

I'd love to see more games like this and Zelda WiiU with beautiful art styles come to the wiiu.



Remisio commented on Nintendo Serves Up Over Four Minutes of Awesom...:

@SamirMalik I can be crazy sometimes too. I just see the dark stuff in things too and like to point them out. I also take a liking in some subtle and not so subtle implementations of foreshadowing.

Sometimes people laugh, sometimes they just stare blank faced. At least I haven't offended anyone as far as I know. But yeah that's just what I think might happen to Lana. Who knows. I like dumb puns too. And dumb puns + dark humour= win for me. Like that one really well known chemistry joke!

A man walks into a bar;
"I'd like some H2O please!"
His friend sits next to him:
"I'll have some H2O two!"
He dies.



Remisio commented on Nintendo Serves Up Over Four Minutes of Awesom...:

@SamirMalik Yes but some Zelda games still have sequels. And their parting is meant to be meaningful, most of them don't die but some of their goodbyes are almost like death:
Fi will go into a sleep from which she probably won't awaken and even if she does it's not the same Link that meets her, that Link is gone forever. Ravio is in a completely alternate world from which Link and Zelda have separated from. It is meant to represent bonds and friendships that transcend lifetimes and even dimensions. Even Linebeck serves as an example and Byrne actually does Die so it's not beyond the realms of possibility for it to happen in a Zelda game, it's even more possible for a spin off. Most companions have scenes like these and some allies even do die or are implied to die so yeah.

I'm not really saying that it will happen. It just might. Originally it had been a comment made half jokingly. But my sense of humor is sometimes dark and not everyone usually gets it. So I should get a new one. A sense of humour that is.



Remisio commented on Nintendo Serves Up Over Four Minutes of Awesom...:

@SamirMalik Yeah, but I see death everywhere so don't mind me. Also that's fire emblem. And they technically do die if they're not handled well. Zelda is different. And usually in Zelda Games there's a companion or ally character whom people end up liking (or hating) and who eventually leaves and is presumably never seen again even if they live. I just see it like that because she stands out to me (since she is an exclusive character created solely for this game.) as the companion character who bonds with link/player or whatever and then has a heartfelt goodbye. Character development, etc. I don't know. I'm just weird like that. And why is she the only one so determined that they specify that she would be willing to die? Shouldn't other characters be described as such then? Also Nintendo devs (or Japanese devs in general) happen to like trolling the fans so, could happen.



Remisio commented on Nintendo Serves Up Over Four Minutes of Awesom...:

@SamirMalik Well most like able characters usually end up dying... Or leave...

Also her character profile: "Even though she appears to be happy she is willing to do anything for Hyrule, even if it costs her her life," or something along those lines. Can't quote perfectly.

That's a death flag if I've ever seen one though... But maybe I'm just to used to it happening in the few games it happens in I play... So actually not that likely... WUT.



Remisio commented on Nintendo Serves Up Over Four Minutes of Awesom...:

@Dogpigfish and what exactly ruined metroid other M? The gameplay? Or the story? Because the gameplay was fun IMO and the story was written by the creator of Metroid who made Super Metroid (the best one IMO) amongst others.

People who think he should stay away from a franchise he created for one mistake are in the wrong.

And people who blame the developers for the story are also wrong, if you complain about the gameplay that's fine, tell me exactly what you found frustrating. If it's the story that's also fine, but don't blame Koei and team Ninja for a story they didn't write.



Remisio commented on New Fighter for Super Smash Bros. to be Reveal...:

3 minutes? I can see it being something like the greninja trailer where a veteran is announced alongside a new commer.

Or my crazy imaginary dream scenario where there's an epic trailer where at first we see 3 swords pointed upwards in a 3musketeers style pose and then they start fighting and it's revealed to be Chrom, Shulk and Takamaru. Each with their own unique sword style. This is based on the Gematsu Leak and a leak that occurred a long time ago, early in SSB development where a person claiming to have met or been involved with people working on smash stated that Sakurai was planning on introducing Little Mac and Takamaru, one as the western rep and the other as the eastern rep. But it's unreliable. We shall see.



Remisio commented on Super-Secret Bases Confirmed for Pokémon Omeg...:

I hope character customization is still available... Because I may be over thinking it but: If the people in the base are meant to be other people you've encountered and added to your base, their appearance as trainers that one would normaly encounter in the game is more similar to how in the older games you'd be assigned as an Ace trainer or Hiker or whatever the game decided you could choose from and that would be your sprite when interacting with others. Rather than having your own character, which would be different enough in XY due to customization.