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Storytime7

Storytime7

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#2

Storytime7 commented on Professional Super Smash Bros. Melee Player Ta...:

@BaffleBlend I'm not insulted by people who can support their opinions in a calm manner. No worries, man.

@Dr_Corndog No, I misworded what I was trying to say because it was late at night. I meant to only include wavedashing when I mentioned options, but added L-Cancelling to my post for some reason. Of course, I forgot I have to perfectly convey my opinions if I don't want Sm4sh nerds jumping down my throat for even implying Melee is better competitively (not even better overall).

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#4

Storytime7 commented on Professional Super Smash Bros. Melee Player Ta...:

@BaffleBlend I think the competitive scene for Melee will be just fine. Melee doesn't have much going for it anymore when played casually, but that's because other games in the series are better suited for that kind of play.

Also, when I use the terms "casual" and "competitive", I'm not trying to imply one is better than the other. Some people tend to think that, so I just wanted to clarify that in this post.

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#5

Storytime7 commented on Professional Super Smash Bros. Melee Player Ta...:

@shinokami I like all the Smash Bros games, but Melee is easily the best from a competitive standpoint. You mentioned skill and how technical the games are, so I was just calling you out for your ignorance. Wavedashing and L-Cancelling provide more options that increase the amount of strategy in the game, and raise the skill cap. 9 times out of 10 my opponent will go for a meteor smash or spike when they get me off stage (and fail), so it's not like Smash 4 isn't without its gimmicky KO methods.

This is all you needed to say -Lz

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#7

Storytime7 commented on Professional Super Smash Bros. Melee Player Ta...:

The comments on these artcles are always so ignorant. Maybe people on this site wouldn't think this way if they bothered to improve at the game while they put so much time into it. Also, just because someone can use a low tier character well does not mean tier lists aren't important. Low tier characters usually struggle in competitive play.

Then again, I'm not even sure why some of you get worked up over tier lists. They only really matter for those who compete in tournaments, so it shouldn't matter if you're not one of those people.

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#11

Storytime7 commented on Review: Mighty Gunvolt (3DS eShop):

@crzysortagamer I liked it, but I probably wouldn't have played it if I didn't get the game for free by purchasing Azure Striker Gunvolt. Even for a low price, it still feels like a short side game (mostly because that's exactly what it is). My play time is at 58 minutes according to my activity log, and I beat the game with all three characters.

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#20

Storytime7 commented on Poll: Nintendo Minute Debate - Is Super Mario ...:

Both games introduced tons of things that became staples of the series, so I'd say they're about the same when it comes to being influential.

@minotaurgamer All those statements are false. If anything, both SMB3 and SMW wouldn't exist if it weren't for SMB. SMW has just as much content as any classic Mario and plays just as well, so by no means is it rushed. Castlevania 3 did connected worlds in a different way than World. In that game, you could sometimes choose different paths to advance, whereas in SMW it was an actual overworld.

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#28

Storytime7 commented on Review: Kirby: Triple Deluxe (3DS):

@unrandomsam So? I didn't mention that game (mostly because I never played it) at all. My complaint about the content of the review highlighting a few issues like the game not pushing the series forward with innovation and downplaying many of the game's strengths isn't just limited to this one review, it was more of a general statement.

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#29

Storytime7 commented on Review: Kirby: Triple Deluxe (3DS):

New levels, abilities, interaction between the foreground and background to a larger extent than many other games in the genre, and some new modes aren't enough? It's ridiculous that even with a lot of new content, a game can still be criticized just because it didn't reinvent the series.

Not so much the score as it is the actual content of the review that's disappointing.