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Reynoldszahl

Reynoldszahl

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Reynoldszahl

#18

Reynoldszahl commented on Review: NES Remix (Wii U eShop):

Was sceptical but downloaded it because I liked the idea.
And I have to say: YEAHHH Hooraaay!
Great idea, great realisation. And even games that are not that good as a stand alone game shine with this style of gameplay.

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#26

Reynoldszahl commented on Review: Bravely Default (3DS):

@belmont: Agree with chibi as a whole but the artstyle in this game isn´t that much chibi. Played the demo a bit and I liked the challenge and I have to say that the micro transaction bullpoopiedoodoocacapoopsiedoodlepoopiedoopie isn´t that big deal I thought it would be. So my apologies if I was too harsh at first glance.
Please watch the profanity — TBD

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#36

Reynoldszahl commented on Feature: Why Nintendo Isn't Popular in Poland:

I cannot believe it that germany get so many games translated while other countries don't. I mean germany has a population of about 80 mill. France 60 and poland nearly 39mill. and while german is not a very common language it still gets games translated. I consider french,english and spanish as world languages. I still enjoy my games in english its a very practical and straight out language.

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#42

Reynoldszahl commented on Shigeru Miyamoto Clarifies That Local Multipla...:

@D3athBr1ng3r187 They don´t jump just into the money train. They always tried to do things a bit differently. I mean thats my perception of the Nintendo´s evolution: Slow and sturdy but with every few years a major suprise. Don´t you get me wrong. I am not a Nintendo Fanboy, my heart also beats for sony. I mean as a open minded gamer you are forced to jump multiplat because some franchises like castlevania or Megaman got split up on the systems.
As I stated before: Nintendo will not get the attention of Online MP Gamers that means low sale figures, less third party support ( the actual situation represents it quite realisticly)

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#44

Reynoldszahl commented on Shigeru Miyamoto Clarifies That Local Multipla...:

I really understand why everyone is so upset butwe have to face the fact that nintendo always acted like an excentric fashion designer. We get wicked but great consoles and handhelds but they do it their way and very often they don't react on consumers wishes. It would be great to play classic vc games via online multiplayer but we don't get it. Now even the third parties cut the online multiplayer out. I am asking myself if this is some kind of Nintendo policy but I am lakcing the insider knowledge.

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#45

Reynoldszahl commented on Shigeru Miyamoto Clarifies That Local Multipla...:

@Likstrikesback I think it is a harsh assumption just thinking because of einherjars oppinion he is young and inexperienced.

It' s a matter of fact that online mp will consume lots of money for servers and maintenance and that the development time will increase.

Beside that I have to agree with you Linkstrikesback that the the statement of Einherjar is a bare thesis without evidence. But neither of us myself included has evidence for his statements. I think we are all just expressing our humble oppinions.

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#46

Reynoldszahl commented on Shigeru Miyamoto Clarifies That Local Multipla...:

It bears more tension and fun to see the reaction of a friend in person. But that doesnt mean to exclude an online feature because it lures more players into buying a game and nintendo lacking this feature will be a dissappointment for the online gamer audience. Personally I don't care about online multiplayer

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#47

Reynoldszahl commented on David Jaffe Is A Massive Fan Of Nintendo, But ...:

The headline was very misleading. I get his points and they are reasonable but I think Nintendo should be on his own so they can take more risks and invent more interesting gadgets and gaming devices. And the thing he is mentioning about bringing new blood to Nintendo and his franchises: it's already happening . New developers take Nintendo Franchises to new glory like Donkey Kong country or Metroid.