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That_One_Guy

That_One_Guy

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That_One_Guy

#1

That_One_Guy commented on Mega Man Finally Out On Monday In USA:

@Draygone:

I would say that be better for you to play Mega Man 9, first. Otherwise, unless you have retro feelings for Mega Man franchise (which, you do not), the only appeal I can see in the game is being fresh experience for you. Otherwise, from what I can tell, Mega Man 9, more or less, appears to offer more of the same material from previous NES titles.

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#4

That_One_Guy commented on Mega Man Finally Out On Monday In USA:

I may get it. I am kinda hopping with Mega Man 9 seeing release on XBLA (as well as Wii Ware), Mega Man and Mega Man 2 will be seeing the light of day on that service. If not, both of those games are bound to be on my purchase list. And if that is the case, it will be first VC game(s) I have bought since few months ago.

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#6

That_One_Guy commented on US VC Releases - 25th February - Kirby 64:

@ Clayfrd: Zelda II is lacking not because of comparison sake... its because of its design:

  • Having to rely on three lives to get everywhere is annoying
  • Link's sword really needed to be bigger
  • Random encounters become tiresome
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#7

That_One_Guy commented on US VC Releases - 25th February - Kirby 64:

Personally, I found Kirby 64 to be largely disappointing back in the day (I would have given 6 out of 10), and some how, I would say the passing of time, even more so, has been unkind to this one (probably in the 5 out of 10 range). Granted, the variety in the power-ups were great, however, the game was painfully short and level design just felt generic.

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#8

That_One_Guy commented on Smash Bros. Brawl to include VC Demos!:

I suppose this is nice first step, however, this is really the kind of thing that should be done with the shop channel. I mean, look at how XBLA does things as example of what I am talking about.

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#9

That_One_Guy commented on Master System Games Coming to The VC!:

Too expensive. I apperiate that they are FINALLY put Master System games on the virtual console, however, those games should not be no higher than 400 points in United States (300 points would be the sweet spot). Regardless of the fact the system had more powerful graphic ability over the NES, there should be price to pay for failure. Remember, on world wide scale, the NES out-sold the MS by factor of, roughly, 60 to 13.

In my humble opinion, they should have saved the Game Gear stuff for Nintendo's next handheld.