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Smashy_Link

Smashy_Link

Link main in SSB4; explains my name

Male, 17, United Kingdom

I used to be Larryislife because I played Larry in Mario Kart 8 non-stop. I guess my profile changes with my gaming habits, so there's something to look forward to.

Joined:
Wed 20th August, 2014

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#33

Smashy_Link commented on Video: Today's Teens Simply Cannot Handle The ...:

@TheRealThanatos Sorry, I'm not very good at conducting what I want to say. I just think people take it a little too hard when something like this pops up, but my view on retro gaming has changed a little. I don't want to start an arguement here. Tbh I really can't offer much insight because I've never played Megaman.

Honestly, I don't really like retro games, or incredibly difficult ones. I just play for the experience and if part of that experience for you is the difficulty, then that's perfectly fine.

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#34

Smashy_Link commented on Video: Today's Teens Simply Cannot Handle The ...:

@Einherjar @ricklongo Of course, there has to be some challenge. What would be the point in playing a game if there was no challenge? I'm just saying that the difficulty of a game doesn't have to be a massive factor in having fun, though it can be. Yes, games have become more mainstream and I accept that as a factor in the dipping game difficulty, but I also maintain that games don't have to be difficult for you to get some value out of them, unless you like difficult games.

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#35

Smashy_Link commented on Video: Today's Teens Simply Cannot Handle The ...:

These games were hard so as to increase the play time of the game. Games don't have to be hard now we have more to work with and the capability to add more to the game through DLC, so really it's just a case that kids and teenagers like me are used to less challenging games. Just because it's easy, doesn't mean that it's not fun.

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#47

Smashy_Link commented on Talking Point: The amiibo Range Grows, Yet Key...:

I like to think of amiibo as figurines that can interact with the game, not that they're tools that just happen to be figurines. Just owning them would be cool for me. Although, it is clear that Nintendo must convince consumers they made a good purchase.