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Male, 26, United States

Wed 1st January, 2014

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Samuel-Flutter commented on Poll: Which Current Generation Nintendo Soundt...:

I remember when I was a kid, Nintendo Power had a holiday gift minimag bundled with it. In it was a soundtrack for Donkey Kong Country 2. That's the one game soundtrack that I would have loved. Not that these other options aren't great though. I just have always regretted not buying it.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Nintendo of America Issues Non-Statement on th...:

I'm now in no rush to get the N3DS. I was wanting one at launch, but the slicker smaller model was the only one I was considering buying. I guess I'll have to wait and hope that they release it at a later date. I just hope they release it with the Super Famicom buttons. Since our controllers were all purple. Then again, I would probably buy a SNES gray one with Purple Buttons.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Reaction: Nintendo Direct Went Crazy With Reve...:

I was excited the whole direct, up until they didn't say anything about the regular N3DS. I don't really care for the size of the screen, I just thought that white N3DS was one of the most beautiful pieces of hardware out there. Almost makes me regret taking a study break from Gross to watch it. Almost...

On a side note. I'm super pumped we got a release date for Splatoon. Plus there are tons of games coming out between now and then. This should be a good year for Nintendo fans.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Poll: Which is the Best Super Smash Bros. Game?:

There's just something magical about the 64 version. I loved the stages and the extra modes. It nowhere near compares in content to the one on the Wii U, which on a technical standpoint would have to be considered the best. But the original just has a charm that's hard to beat. I'm definitely nostalgic regarding that game.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Feature: A Year in Development - RCMADIAX:

I've enjoyed the few RCMADIAX games i've bought and I can understand his sentiment. I would love to one day make a game for a Nintendo console. Perhaps when I get done with Medschool, I'll find time to take up programming.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Feature: A Year in Development - Renegade Kid:

This is a general question regarding kickstarter and is a little off topic, but is there a way or website to see what completed kickstarter games are coming? I remember seeing several that I've been interested in, but I can't remember all of them.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Review: Meme Run (Wii U eShop):

@leemeyer26 I am so sorry for the tortue you had to endure in order to review this game. But admittedly I absolutely loved the review; I just love to read 1 star reviews, mainly because they make me laugh. So thank you for your service to the community.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Feature: 12 Days of Nintendo Christmas - Day Ten:

Now my entire rationale of how the universe works has collapsed in on itself forming a dwarf star. Or in the spirit of the season, maybe an elf star?

I honestly can't think of anything for 11. Piper's piping could be warpers piping - a lose wording for Mario and co. goin down those warp pipes. That's about it. I guess you could do something with the 11 worlds in Mario 3D World?



Samuel-Flutter commented on Feature: 12 Days of Nintendo Christmas - Day Nine:

If you're going for lords and leaping, there's no one more noble and leaps better than Mr. Video Game himself. Well if you don't count his younger brother.

10 Mario's a leaping. Actually somewhat plausible with double cherries. Or if you count extra lives as extra Marios. Or if you took 10 from the Super Mario 128 tech demo.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Nintendo Download: 18th December (North America):

So I'm not entirely sure if this makes me a bad person, but I really just want to read the review for Meme Run. I know that means someone has to play it, but I expect the review to be hilarious. My sympathies to whoever has to review it though.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Feature: 12 Days of Nintendo Christmas - Day Six:

I would love to see something with the Koopa Kids, but the already suggested Swanna is a much more closer comparison.... I can't think of too many for this one. Maybe I'll have better ideas tomorrow. Although I really want tomorrow to be eight robot masters.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Feature: 12 Days of Nintendo Christmas - Day Five:

@rjejr I actually liked your 5 player asynchronous multiplayer. Thought it would fit really well.

Now that I've thought more on it I really like Six Yoshi's laying. There were six original Yoshi colors in Yoshi's Story, and the most eggs you can have at any one time in Yoshi games is six.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Review: Adventure Time: The Secret of the Name...:

A little off topic, but I was wondering if the Wii U version of Adventure Time Let's Explore the Dungeon Because I Don't Know was any good. It reminded me of classic Guantlet games, I just didn't know if it was fun to go through with a friend despite the bad reviews.

On topic, I'm definitely going to pick this one up. Hey Ice King was a blast to play, so I can see myself having fun with this.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Video: Today's Teens Simply Cannot Handle The ...:

They weren't too terrible. My first time playing the original MegaMan games went about the same. I always usually started on CutMan's stage though. The one thing I found funny was the I made it to the end of the level scene where the screen rolled.

Also you've gotta give props to the one guy who made it to BombMan. I doubt I could've done that on my very first try.

Also on the subject of difficulty in games, NES games were made notoriously harder, because there wasn't as much content. You didn't want someone to buy a game for full price just to beat it an hour later. That's why people would keep coming back and learning patterns in order make it farther in the game. Take Super Mario Bros. I can beat the game in less than 20 minutes. But when you first play the game you don't know about the warp zones. It makes the game much longer and in turn much more difficult.

So yes, Games are easier today than what they were in the past, but these kids did very well for their first attempt.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Feature: 12 Days of Nintendo Christmas - Day Four:

@MoonKnight7 Thank you. I honestly didn't know there was a contest, I was just trying to guess what the next day could possibly be. I just like puzzles. ;)

For five golden rings, I'd throw money behind the five golden coins. I suppose you could do things with rings like Sonic, who collects golden rings, but alas he's not a Nintendo character. Maybe something like power rings from Zelda or Gold Rings from StarFox?



Samuel-Flutter commented on Feature: 12 Days of Nintendo Christmas - Day T...:

Four calling birds... Maybe a bird Pokemon that learns sing? Like Chatot? Or I suppose the bird villagers in Animal Crossing can whistle a tune while happy. Falco literally calls you over the intercom. Squawks in the most recent Donkey Kong games, calls to the player when a puzzle piece is near... I dunno this one is hard.



Samuel-Flutter commented on Feature: 12 Days of Nintendo Christmas - Day Two:

I probably would've went with Two Turtle Shells, or Green Turtle shells, just to keep the same amount of syllables. But never-the-less, still not bad. I had a chuckle when I saw the image.

What's tomorrow for three French hens? Cuccos? Or if you went with French... Glass Joe?



Samuel-Flutter commented on New Mario Maker Footage Shows Off Multi-Genera...:

@FJOJR I was thinking Kirby and Metroid honestly. But Metroid would only be like four different possible styles, and the advance would be similar to the SNES. Zelda might work if they did the 2D ones, there's ten games of material there. And originally Zelda was going to be a dungeon maker, but they found it was more fun to play the dungeons instead. Now I can only hope the game sells well, just to find out what they'd do.