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SchamMan89

SchamMan89

United States

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Wed 27th June, 2012

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SchamMan89

#2

SchamMan89 commented on Super Mario Bros. 3 Is Warping To North Americ...:

I never played Superstar Saga, but I've heard nothing but good things. I'm excited to play it.

I liked Advance Wars Dual Strike, so I'll pick up Advance Wars.

And even though I've played through them, I'll get Super Mario Bros 3 and Golden Sun.

Great month, Nintendo. Let's keep releases at THIS level...

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#6

SchamMan89 commented on Talking Point: Nintendo Direct Pointed to Anot...:

It seems impossible at this point, but someday, I'd love for a Nintendo console to get the same third party support as other systems. It'd truly have everything you could want.

As for me, I have Steam and a 3DS. Expand the Virtual Console, push indies and bring on the AAA Nintendo Wii U video games. That'll be enough for me and my limited time.

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#18

SchamMan89 commented on Nintendo "Would Like to Enrich" Its Virtual Co...:

We need far more Virtual Console games released per week, and more supported systems.

In addition to the consoles Wii supported, let's see Gamecube, Saturn and Dreamcast. And please, allow these games to be shared between 3DS and Wii U.

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#21

SchamMan89 commented on Review: Wii Party U (Wii U):

Yeah, if this is around $20 on the eShop, I'll get it there. Otherwise, I might pass on this one. Not sure I need another controller...

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#22

SchamMan89 commented on Nintendo Unveils New Trailer and Details For T...:

I just don't know about this game. I like the painting mechanic. I like that it's trying a new, nonlinear structure. But is it getting rid of the item progression I love?

It's also retreading the same overworld, a severe disappointment. One of my favorite parts of every Zelda is checking out new locations. I like Link to the Past, but don't hold the same affection for it as others do. The art style doesn't seem to be up to snuff with the rest of the series, either.

Still, it's got a lot of potential. I'm excited to see what people think of it.

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#24

SchamMan89 commented on Review: Breath of Fire II (Wii U eShop / Super...:

This score makes sense to me. The game has aged horribly. I've tried pushing through with save states and a GameFAQs guide, but it's just SO grindy. Good for all of you that like this game, but count me in the group that says 6 is totally appropriate.

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#27

SchamMan89 commented on Review: Mutant Mudds Deluxe (Wii U eShop):

It's on sale for 7 bucks right now, so I finally took the plunge. I've played the 3DS demo before, so I had a vague idea of what to expect. It's a bit too simple for my tastes, but for the amount of content I'm getting, it's worth it.

I'll just play it while I watch my sports =)

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#37

SchamMan89 commented on Golden Sun: The Lost Age:

I'm surprised this hasn't gotten a review yet. Good game! An improvement on the original, and way better than its weak DS sequel.

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#38

SchamMan89 commented on Masahiro Sakurai Rules Out Story Sequences For...:

I thought Subspace was easily the worst part of Brawl. The levels were boring, the enemies and areas were generic (not even based on existing franchises!), and the Smash Bros. mechanics are just not suited for a platformer.

Spend those resources on other aspects of the game.

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#45

SchamMan89 commented on Preview: Rayman Legends:

I'm a huge fan of Rayman Origins, and what I've played of Rayman Legends has blown me away even more. I'm disappointed it was delayed-- it would've been the perfect time to launch back in February-- but I'll be downloading this day one in September.

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#46

SchamMan89 commented on Review: Shin Megami Tensei IV (3DS):

I was barely interested in this before, but this review has caught my interest. Plus, with the Club Nintendo credit, it'd basically be like paying 20 dollars for the game. Might be worth it.

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#49

SchamMan89 commented on Talking Point: The Uncertain Collectible Futur...:

Steam has been around for a while now, and they're great about keeping everything accessible through the service. I can't imagine that NOT continuing.

A big problem is that consoles keep changing their architecture so much that past games don't even work. That's absurd to me. Modern PCs support games from the 90s! There's no reason that, for example, a PS4 won't play PS3 games.

If we get to the point of more widespread hardware compatibility, then I don't see what the problem would be keeping these games on servers. They'd be such a ridiculously small amount of space at that point... why not just keep them around to get the occasional sales?

@JGMR, I have bought nearly all of my games digital in the last year. Does that mean I'm not real?