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Nintendo gamer since '85.

Male, 30, United States

Some of my favorite games include Donkey Kong Country 2, Metroid Prime 2:Echoes, Shadow of the Colossus, TimeSplitters 2, Trackmania, Shovel Knight, Pikmin 3, Majora's Mask, 1001 Spikes, Jet Force Gemini, Star Fox 64, and Maximo:Ghosts to Glory.

Tue 10th Aug 2010

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sketchturner commented on Video: See the Differences Between Star Fox Ze...:

Impressive, Star Fox.
Looks much better but I'm hoping they also increase enemies and decrease necessity for looking at two screens at once.
Plus it doesn't make sense how the reticle on the gamepad moves. It should be locked in center and only the reticle on the TV should move.



sketchturner commented on Review: Octodad: Dadliest Catch (Wii U eShop):

For me this review misses the mark a bit. This game is all about physical humor and clever dialogue. If you ever have laughed at a game like QWOP, this is basically a 3D, fleshed out version of that. The goofy controls can be mastered, but the process of getting there is hilarious. The only flaw to this game is the slow down, which is rarely an issue. The short length is perfect for a game of this style. For those who want it, there's a load of replayability with achievements.



sketchturner commented on Fear Not SteamWorld Dig Fans, A Direct Sequel ...:

Anyone who hasn't played Dig really should. I avoided it for a long while because gameplay videos made it look boring and I hate randomly generated levels. But once I started playing I was hooked. Every time I play this game I tell myself it'll only be for half an hour. But then I end up playing it 5 hours straight until I finish it.



sketchturner commented on SEGA’s GBA Version Of ChuChu Rocket! Arrives...:

I must have spent two hundred hours on this game on my GBA. Seriously one of my most played games ever. I played it off and on for 10 years. So many levels it'll make your head spin. Plus I used to compete for speed run times on the challenge levels.



sketchturner commented on Freedom Planet Bug Causes Screen Freezing Prob...:

@inverse Just because I play games that have stories doesn't mean I care about them. I typically skip cutscenes and dialogue whenever possible. I recognize that many people enjoy game stories. That's great. I'm just not one of them. I play for the gameplay and it makes no difference to me how barebones or intricate a story is. Don't project your preferences onto everyone else.