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Sushie

Sushie

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Tue 11th August, 2009

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Sushie

#2

Sushie commented on Features: Don't Touch my Samus: Metroid's Cont...:

I really liked the action in this game. The first few, story heavy hours had me worried, but I was ultimately impressed with how well the action works considering the limitations.Sure, there were some puzzling (downright amateurish?) design decisions, and the dialogue, voice acting, and even the continuity are a mess in this game, but It ended up feeling like Metroid game, which is probably the most important thing to me. It's my least favorite in the series, but I think it's a good start for a possible sequel.

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#6

Sushie commented on Sakamoto Wishes to Start Metroid Dread From Sc...:

I'm gonna avoid other M for the time being...I'm playing through the old gamecube Prime's right now, and loving that. I will buy a 2-d metroid if they make another of those, but i'm sort of worried about the direction the series is headed in with all the narrative and such. fusion had enough of that for me. I basically want another Super Metroid!

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#10

Sushie commented on Hands On: Netflix Wii:

this is wonderful. I haven't played a game on this thing in over a week, I've been too busy watching Buffy and Jeremy Brett's Sherlock Holmes series to do anything else. Now I can finally watch the 350 movies I have in my ever expanding instant que without having to sit at an uncomfortable computer desk.

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#12

Sushie commented on Review: Red Steel 2 (Wii):

Hurm, I don't have the wii motion plus, and I'm a cheap bastard anyway, so this will have to be one of those $20.00 deals before I give it a go. Looks pretty good though!

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#13

Sushie commented on Cave Story to Cost 1200 Wii Points:

I may pick this up next weekend. I've played through part of the game on PC a couple of years ago and liked it pretty well. I'll keep an eye on the reviews and see how it goes. How many hours of gameplay does this game have? It's not a quantity thing necessarily, but I've just about burned through Rondo, and I'm already jonesing for something new.

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#18

Sushie commented on Review: Castlevania: Rondo of Blood (Virtual C...:

Anyone know where one could find a translation of all the dialogue? I'd love to know what they're saying. Bless whoever got this released, It's a wonderful game, maybe the best VC purchase I've made so far, but I wonder how hard it could have been to put some english subtitles in, when they've done something similar on another system.

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#20

Sushie commented on Review: Castlevania: Rondo of Blood (Virtual C...:

As soon I booted this up, the first thing my lady friend said ( the very definition of casual gamer) was that it looked like a Streetfighter game. I'm loving this, it feels about as challenging as Super Castlevania 4, and while I always miss the control of that particular game, the boss fights, the art and music (as well as the item crash) make up for it. Probably the best in the old series so far for me. This just makes me want Bloodlines even more.

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#22

Sushie commented on Super Meat Boy Coming to Xbox Live Arcade:

Whatever is good for the indie developer is ultimately good for their fans as well. I like the original flash version of Meatboy, and I don't have a 360 so I will be waiting for the WiiWare version, and it'll be a day one purchase for sure. I wish them loads of success on x-box live, I think those dudes deserve it after all the great free games that have been released by them.

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#38

Sushie commented on Review: Shadowrun (Super Nintendo):

I actually have a copy of this I haven't had a chance to play yet, but I remember the the old pen-and-paper game from back in the day, and a handful of cheesy (but fun) novels.

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#44

Sushie commented on Review: Tenchu: Shadow Assassins (Wii):

I obsessed over the first Tenchu, I played it for months until I had every item, but the second one was disappointing, and I never played another one after that. This sounds like a return to form in some ways, but the inability to move freely along the rooftops seems weird. As an aside, or any of the PS2 Tenchu games worth getting? I might pick one up whenever I purchase this.

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#46

Sushie commented on Japanese Monster Hunter 3 Sales Slump:

Kotaku is a blog. Regardless of the lack of copy editors (my lord, use a spell checker people), they aren't generally held to the same journalistic standard as a place like 1up or maybe even IGN ;) might hold themselves to. They need eye catching headers and boobs to get those clicks.