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Male, 27, United States

Wed 1st January, 2014

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Samuel-Flutter commented on Review: Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer (...:

I'll probably wind up getting this game, since I can buy it with the amiibo scanner. It looks decent, and my wife will probably like it. It looks like a decent world builder game. I've always wanted a great town, but was never able to invest too much time in it.

Question though. Are you able to customize the environment? Like where the stream and waterfalls go and what not?



Samuel-Flutter commented on Talking Point: Tatsumi Kimishima Is A Safe Pai...:

I'm looking forward to seeing what he can do. Kimishima looks like he'll have a more Western approach. I just wonder who will do the Directs. He looks more serious than Iwata, but looks can be deceiving. So we'll just have to see. He looks like he could be a fun uncle if we could give him a chance.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Mario History: Mario Kart Wii - 2008:

This game is how I fell for my wife. I had some friends come over to the dorm, because they wanted to play the Wii. Some girls came with, and they started playing Mario Kart. I left the room, and when I came back, one girl was thrashing all of my friends - and using the motion controls, a feat I thought impossible. She later raced against me and kicked my tail using the Wii wheel again, which is no small feat since I had plenty of experience unlocking everything in the game.It was in those moments that she set sparks on my wheels, and in my heart. Now we play Mario Kart 8 together and she still beats me.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Mario Memories: The Summer of Super Mario:

I hated collecting those 100 coin stars. They were always frustrating. Exploring the inside of Peach's castle was an amazing experience when I first booted the system up. I loved just running around and wall jumping around everywhere. Truly an amazing experience.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Mario History: Super Mario Galaxy - 2007:

It's not my favorite Mario Game, but I did beat it over the Thanksgiving Break it was released. It was very addictive. I just didn't like going back with Luigi to redo everything. Apart from that, it was amazing.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Poll: Which Is The Best Super Mario Platformer...:

This is what I came out of my Internet free cave for? That's it, I'm going back in.

Super Mario World is the very first video game I can remember playing (though my parents did have a ColecoVision). This and Zelda aLttP will probably always stand at the top of my favorite games list. That said I can appreciate how technologically superior the newer games are, and the advancements that older games have brought.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Mario History: Super Mario 64 DS - 2004:

Ah yes. The first game I played on the DS. I always did hate that thumb strap. I hear this plays much better on the 3DS with the circle pad. I did manage to beat it though, but for the sake of nostalgia I did prefer the original. I do hope this is ported to the virtual console, since my brother has the copy I played.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Review: Devil's Third (Wii U):

@Lord First of all, Animal Crossing Happy Home Designer is selling fairly well in Japan, so I don't know if that is a terrible game or not. Secondly It kinda seems to me that the games you listed that were terrible are just games in genres you don't enjoy. That doesn't necessarily mean it's a bad game. Except that amiibo tap. It's not even a real game, just glorified demos.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Mario History: Super Mario Sunshine - 2002:

@Takerkaneanite6 I would definitely recommend it. Some would argue that it's the worst 3D Mario, but being the worst 3D Mario is still an amazing game. I thoroughly enjoyed it. The levels are more open and spread out like Mario 64, which I preferred over the linear style of Mario Galaxy. It was probably my favorite GameCube game.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Mario History: Super Smash Bros. Melee - 2001:

I can remember fighting my way to Giga Bowser only to get pummeled. I eventually got it and was so proud. Later I was showing my friend. I got to the end without losing a life and let him fight against Bowser. He had no idea about Giga Bowser. After beating regular Bowser, when Giga showed up he was so terrified he ran to the left to commit suicide. But Giga Bowser beat him to it with a Bowser bomb off the side. I don't know if I was angry that my friend won so easy, or laughing hysterically at what had transpired. It was good times.

Also same friend lost his save data, so I unlocked all the characters for him in one night. Happened again the next week, and that's when I realized I could've just copied my save data.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Mario History: Mario Tennis - 2000:

@Yellowkoopa I came in to ask that same question.

I enjoyed the story mode to the handheld Mario Sports games. It made the solo nature of the experience better. Plus you were able to transfer yrou characters over and play with them on the 64 if memory serves.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Mario History: Super Mario World - 1991:

This was the very first game I played. It was Mario World and A Link to the Past that made me Nintendo fans. That being said, I can't help but notice the first screenshot isn't from Super Mario World. Goombas weren't in the game, just Galoombas.