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Saga

Saga

Pro-procrastinator

Female, 23, United Kingdom

Thanks for checking my profile! I've been a Nintendo gamer for as long as I can remember. I work as a language assistant in the UK. My favourite VG franchise is Metroid! Aside from gaming I also like drawing, reading and watching a few series/anime. I'd like to start my own Youtube channel someday.

Joined:
Wed 22nd January, 2014

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Saga

#1

Saga commented on Nintendo UK Launches a New "Nintendo Girls Clu...:

Okay, this is a really bad idea.
I don't think that splitting the gamer community into 2 distinct groups of people will do it any good. We already suffer (more or less) from this stupid "console war"... I wish we could all celebrate our passion/hobby together regardless of our gender or the systems we play on... With gamers all experiencing different games in a lot of different ways, being more knowledgable about certain kinds of games etc... we actually have a lot to learn from each other.

If you really want to watch cool girls talking about video games in a podcast that EVERYONE can watch, might as well give the "Critical Chicks" a chance.

Saga

#3

Saga commented on Video: Ace Attorney Collection Promotional Tra...:

Oh nice ! I would definitely buy this game if it comes out in the UK ! I've been contemplating buying all invidual games but a compilation would be much nicer.
They should give it a try overseas since it's already translated into English.

Saga

#4

Saga commented on Nintendo Was Dead To Us Very Quickly, States E...:

Well... I don't really know what to think about all this. I know that Nintendo was not and still isn't "third-party friendly" and they really need to make up for it. On the other side, EA might have made some efforts to port Mass Effect 3 to the Wii U but they obviously did not put a lot of thoughts into it... I never played Mass Effect (shame on me) so why would I buy the last entry in the series, knowing that the decisions you make in one game might affect the next one ? Porting the trilogy might have been much wiser and more attractive to "Nintendo-only" gamers.