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ScreenSplitter

ScreenSplitter

United Kingdom

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Mon 12th November, 2012

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ScreenSplitter

#2

ScreenSplitter commented on Wii U Software Falls Off The UK Charts:

Of course Mario Kart and 3D Land were going to stick around. Nintendo still should have had more comprehensive releases for this part of 2012 on 3DS.

It's disappointing that ZombiU isn't doing any better, it looks to be quite the impressive game.

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#4

ScreenSplitter commented on Gunman Clive Blasting Onto The European 3DS eS...:

The game looks great, the developer's also a really nice guy judging from his forum posts on NeoGAF.

Also, the price is fantastic. The devs can presumably set the prices on the eShop, and it irks me when things like Cut the Rope are so expensive. Make no mistake, they charge that because they can, as the market on 3DS isn't used to low prices. The fact he's charging £2 for this is great; if everyone buys this, it will no doubt open Nintendos eyes that lower prices sell more.

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#10

ScreenSplitter commented on Paper Mario: Sticker Star (3DS) Giveaway:

Just entered, Paper Mario is something I'd have trouble blowing £40 on, so a free copy would be lush. The bigger screens of the XL would be uber sexy too...

EDIT: It's actually nice for a change to get a UK based competition, loads of the big gaming journo sites always stick exclusively with NA for competitions.

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#15

ScreenSplitter commented on Review: Johnny Hotshot (3DS eShop):

It's a little depressing devs like this keep churning out games whilst devs who would genuinely do a good job don't get the dev kits from Nintendo. I was hoping the eShop wouldn't be a bastion of crap like DSiWare, but this makes me worry.

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#16

ScreenSplitter commented on Nintendo Download: 15th November 2012 (Europe):

Fallblox looks fantastic, so I don't mind at all that it's a little higher in price. After all, it has a considerable amount of content, Pushblox has garnered more playtime on my 3DS than most retail titles. £7 very well spent.

The Virtue's Last Reward demo is also a nice surprise, though I wish they'd hurry up and give us the Epic Mickey demo.