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Samuel-Flutter

Samuel-Flutter

Male, 26, United States

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Wed 1st January, 2014

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Samuel-Flutter

#2

Samuel-Flutter commented on Feature: Ahead Of Hyrule Warriors, We Take A L...:

I have a friend who adores these games. I never got too into them myself. Only playing a few Dynasty games. Although I did have a similar game called Mystic Heroes on the GameCube. I'm definitely looking forward to playing through Hyrule Warriors.

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#3

Samuel-Flutter commented on Nintendo 64x64: Cruis'n USA:

I loved Cruisin USA. My brothers and I played this a ton when the 64 first came out. I would have picked it up for the virtual console too, but you can get the secret vehicles since you don't have c buttons, only a c-stick.

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#6

Samuel-Flutter commented on Nintendo 64x64: Buck Bumble:

Oh man! I loved this game as a kid. It was hard and sometimes unwieldy, but I always loved the concept. This game is representative of 64 games to me. Just breaking into 3d gaming, there were a lot of crazy, off the wall games that emerged. I really miss those kinds of games.

On a side note, I felt this was a game that used the fog effect/limitations of the 64 very well. Set in a garden, the mist always reminded me of early morning. I mean it was annoying to an extent, but I always thought it was cool.

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#8

Samuel-Flutter commented on Shiny Gengar and Diancie Pokémon Distribution...:

Well now my shiny Gengar doesn't look so special. Not sure how I should feel about this. I mean I'm happy about everyone else getting an awesome Gengar, but that shiny Haunter was the second shiny Pokemon I ever ran up on. Now it's like I have a red Gyarados.

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#9

Samuel-Flutter commented on Nintendo 64x64: Bomberman 64:

My first memories of Bomberman 64 was reading a review or an article in Nintendo Power, that happened to arrive as I left to a cousin's house. When I arrived at their house, they actually had the game. It was my first Bomberman game, and it left such an impression, that not only did I buy Bomberman 64, but I also went back and acquired older Bomberman games, and bought plenty of later ones.

I loved the frantic multiplayer, but this game's single player experience really shown. Trying to unlock all the costumes and collect all the Gold Cards was an impressive and daunting feat. I always hated this never came to the virtual console. Not that I didn't enjoy Bomberman Hero, but this was the definitive Bomberman experience on the 64. It's also probably why I wanted Bomberman in this new Smash.

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#10

Samuel-Flutter commented on Feature: The Nintendo 64 Controller and the Ri...:

I can remember my friends coming over to play our Nintendo 64 and having no idea how to hold the controller. And it baffled me at the time. With having played so many 3d games like Mario and Goldeneye, I couldn't imagine anyone immediately grabbing the outside handle and try to maneuver the thumb stick. But that's how life works. Until you do something, that task is foreign to you.

I love the Nintendo 64. It's one of my favorite systems, and housed some of my favorite games. It makes me sad to think that some of it's titles won't come to the virtual console. Personally that was my biggest complaint with the Wii shop.

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#11

Samuel-Flutter commented on Nintendo 64x64: Mario Party:

@mystman12 Funnily enough, when the original Mario Party was released, I distinctly remember walking into Toys-R-Us and seeing it mislabeled as Mario Party 3. (Apparently one associate saw the dice and assumed it was a sequel. I laughed, and thought that there wouldn't be three Mario Parties for a long time. Now it's 15 yearsish later, and we have ten.

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#12

Samuel-Flutter commented on Feature: The History of Super Smash Bros.:

I have always adored the Smash series. Each game is a masterpiece in and of itself, and usually a snapshot of Nintendo at that moment in time. Each game is a love letter to the previous console. I personally can't wait for Smash four.

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#14

Samuel-Flutter commented on Weirdness: Tetris Played With Pillows is Oddly...:

It looks fun and definitely interesting, but I have to wonder if people would like it. I mean if your Tetris pillows could bounce and move, then it would ruin most Tetris players strategy. But honestly I could see myself owning a few of those Tetris pillows.

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#20

Samuel-Flutter commented on Target Blast Mini-Game Blows Up on Super Smash...:

I wonder if it's possible to hit all of those targets? And if so how big is that bomb explosion? And for the Angry Birds references, it seems as if the targets are suspended in midair and won't fall to the ground, breaking themselves. With different physics, it could be much more compelling than the mobile game. I'm just gonna have to wait for the games release.

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#23

Samuel-Flutter commented on Video: Darunia Rolls and Pounds His Way Throug...:

It's been forever since I've played a Dynasty game, but this game is making me super excited. Of course I suppose that's any Zelda game, but I've been following this since the Nintendo Direct, and I am really loving what I am seeing. It's almost like a love letter to the entire series. Now we just need some Windwaker and Link to the Past references.

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#26

Samuel-Flutter commented on One Piece: Super Grand Battle! X Will Cram 85 ...:

As a huge One Piece fan, I'm hoping this does indeed come to the west. Living in North America I was always bummed by the fact that I missed out on some One Piece titles that managed to find their way to Europe, specifically the Ulimited Cruise games.