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Sintra4

Sintra4

United States

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#2

Sintra4 commented on MadWorld Director Interested In Stab At Sequel:

So...they're going to make a sequel to a hideously overrated 3D beat-'em up that's only fun for the first few days that you own/rent it and sold exactly 2 copies (exaggeration)? Good luck guys, you're gonna need it!

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#4

Sintra4 commented on Mega Man 10 Robot Masters Unveiled:

So...we get a sheep, a tank, a sword, a baseball, a motorcyle, a water-pump, a solar panel, and a rippoff of Mr. Freeze with a race car helmet. The only on that even looks alright is Commando Man. Everyon else either looks gay, wimpy, or mentally retarded.

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#5

Sintra4 commented on Nintendo Download: 11 January 2010 (North Amer...:

I'm not sure if I should get that Chronos Twins DX. It looks fairly interesting, and it's a 2D platformer, so that's a plus, but every screenshot, gameplay video and review I've seen just seem to convince me to buy it. Can someone who's played it or the original tell me if it's worth it?

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#6

Sintra4 commented on Near Five Year Development Cycle for Zelda Wii?:

It seems to me that Nintendo is just duming this one off and getting it over with. I know its had a long development cycle, but a release as major as the next Legend of Zelda tends to be big enough for E3, not just some random announcement. Besides, the game's been far too long in development to solve the many problems the serie's been having to face over the past 10 years. It doesn't take five years to make a solid arcade-style of gameplay and to come up with some new content that fits with the rest of the series.

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#7

Sintra4 commented on Project Needlemouse to Focus Solely on Sonic?:

I'm not sure how this is going to end up. If you ask me, it would be best if the game ended up on the Wii, since the quality of the game will be much hugher than Sonic Rush, and New Super Mario Bros. Wii (Super Mario Bros. 5) has proven that a 2D platformer can sell extraordinarily well on a home console over a long term.