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Tiefseemiez

Tiefseemiez

Deepseacat from outer space.

Female, 25, Germany

I suck in Jump'n'Runs. I am scared of Action. I get bored of RPGs. But I try my best anyway! :D

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#1

Tiefseemiez commented on Video: Catch Up With All The Super Smash Bros....:

@Azooooz
That's an easy one: To give people more substance to complain about! ;-]
If people saw that Shovel Knight came in first in NA and somewhere in the TOP 5 in EU, they would start complaining why he didn't get chosen.
I too think that Shovel Knight probably could have been included, but I think they would have had to imagine too many moves for him and that this might be the reason for not including him.
I voted for, but didn't expect Bayonetta. I think he was one of the characters most suited for the inclusion.
When seeing the inclusion of that other FE-character I already expected people to hate on it. And to be fair, it's not really as if that series needed that many representatives while more popular franchises don't get any.
On the other hand I like FE and this character seems to have an awesome moveset. They could have pushed that character to the next SSB, but maybe that was too distant compared to FE:Fs close release.
I don't like the design of Cloud and since I never played a FF game, I don't have any sympathy for him. Though his stage looks great!
So far I only downloaded Mewtu (more because of boredom and Pokemonfandom than anything), but Bayonetta and that FE-guy will join my roster for sure!

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#2

Tiefseemiez commented on Evergreen Nintendo Releases Hang Tough in the ...:

Well, maybe. But I always wonder how a massive and high quality game like this can afford to fail. Was wondering this with Bayonetta 2 too (especially because it was sold that cheap).
I have no idea how expensive production was and how much money they make, but since every other 3rd party developer complains about Wii Us market being so small?
Those games seem to me much more costy than it would be to port one of the many AAA games, for example (speaking of PS3-generation games).

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#3

Tiefseemiez commented on Nintendo Download: 17th December (Europe):

Some of the sales will make me feel pretty guilty for paying that little. I am especially looking at the Curve discounts. Not that I am going to play those games, since I have too much backlog on 3DS and Wii U anyway. But those prices are impossible to resist.

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#5

Tiefseemiez commented on Feature: Our Top 10 Wii U eShop Games - Third ...:

Interesting list!
Though I am surprised that neither The Swapper nor Stealth Inc. nor Little Inferno (though admittedly this isn't that top notch, but charming) nor Trine made it.
Personally I downloaded a lot of games, but hardly played any. I liked Little Inferno and finished it. Oh Child of Light! This one is missing too! I played halfway through, but didn't continue since I had to change USB-sticks. ^^
But I loved its style.
Games that weren't for me were Trine 2, Scram Kitty and Tengami.
The game that my vote went to was Don't Starve, which I did only play once on Wii U to check what the controls are like; but I have it on PC and love it.
I'm glad that this game made its way on the list, since I have the feeling that many Wii U owners aren't aware of this titles greatness.

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#6

Tiefseemiez commented on Video: Get Creeped Out By the Final Pre-Launch...:

I certainly like the music!
The gameplay and atmosphere look rather generic though.
Won't be buying this since I'm not much into horror games, but it's certainly good to see less represented genres get games on the handheld. Even if it's remakes.

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#8

Tiefseemiez commented on Review: Nintendo Presents: New Style Boutique ...:

I tried the demo, but it was exactly as I expected.
I couldn't stand to play this for more than 5 minutes.
This game is just too superficial and girly for me.
You cannot even make your avatar less skinny than the game wants it to be (or can you in the full version?).
It might be well done, but unfortunately I don't like it's style at all.

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#9

Tiefseemiez commented on The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Is Rece...:

I like how it looks and I like the Wolf Link amiibo. Though I wonder how it will be implemented. And if it is true that some data can be transferred to Zelda U, I wonder what it is. Though I think I remember Aonuma said that Zelda U won't get amiibo support (or do I mistake this info with something he said about Majoras Mask?
I bought the Wii version last year and was pretty shocked how aged even the intro looked. I think a lot of you remember the game prettier than it was.
(I too have a memory of Pokemon Stadium looking absuletely photorealistic and am quite scared of the truth. )
What I do agree on is that they should have remodelt parts of the world. The castle and that mountain area he rides past look way to poligony for a port like that.

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#11

Tiefseemiez commented on The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Is Rece...:

@JedRock
Lol. Me too. It is really bad.
I generally hardly play any adventure-type games on my Wii U.
I usually start them, love them and then return to playing Splatoon/MK8/SSB anyway. On handheld I'm trying really hard to play Majoras Mask and Ocarina of Time. Still have to return to Link between Worlds, too. I lack the patience to finish them.
But at least in OoT I am further than I ever was in a Zelda game.
I started not finishing Zelda games at a pretty young age: I had Link's Awakening Dx when I was 7 years old and never even managed to beat the first dungeon. Instead I restarted it pretty often, because I liked the games charme, but apparently was too scared to even try the more difficult passages.
Instead I watched a guy at school playing it for me. I was pretty faszinated how far he got. ^^

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#14

Tiefseemiez commented on The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Is Rece...:

@erv
Since there is a soundtrack added as a preorder bonus I expect it to be fully orchestrated.
Nintendo did a really good job with remaking their Zelda games.
I don't expect this to be any different.
The trailer looks pretty neat to me. I like how it is not too realistic, but still has an artsy look to it.

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#16

Tiefseemiez commented on Rumour: Leading Japanese Game Company Kidnappe...:

Hm, seems like too many companies did that isolation room thing.
Maybe the details about moving their headquarter are more valuable than that information.
Come on Ace Attorney fans! Investigate!
Sega is not really a japanese company, but it might be seen as one since everything about it except where it's founded is japanese.

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#17

Tiefseemiez commented on Nintendo Download: 12th November (Europe):

I'll probably get Affordable Space Adventures.
The discount is minimal, but enough to give me that final impulse. ;-]
After watching the gameplay footage of Rodea on the NL-channel, I will probably never get that game. I was pretty surprised how poorly executed it looked after the preview was pretty nice.
Still going to read the review to be sure, but it just didn't catch my eye so far...

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#18

Tiefseemiez commented on 1993 Kirby's Adventure Interview Reveals Cut C...:

If it weren't for the context I would not have recognised Sakurai in that picture. Does he have Benjamin-Button-Syndrome? I seriously think he looks younger now than he did then.
But might be the haircut and the more serious clothes.

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#21

Tiefseemiez commented on Nintendo Download: 6th November (Europe):

@FX102A
Agree with you.
Sure some sales get repeated a lot and if you already got the game, this is of no value to you, but there are also plenty of people that might not have gotten it. Apart from that I can hardly believe that there are people that seriously lack things to play if the update doesn't suite them. And even if: there is still the world outside, friends, books, music, ... so ... nothing to whine about. ;-]

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#23

Tiefseemiez commented on Michael Pachter Thinks Miitomo Will Have Troub...:

Lol. Never knew why everyone hated Pachter until now.
How can he be so determined if there is hardly any information on the app?
If it has a lot of quirky elements like Tomodachi Life, it has a lot of potential, even in the west.
Apart from that I think that you have to see this in correlation to the japanese culture. People are a lot more introvert over there (therefore the popularity of dating sims, e.g); I think this app was made with that society in mind. But if it is well done, it might succeed elsewhere.

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#26

Tiefseemiez commented on Genei Ibun Roku #FE Directors Reveal More Deta...:

@Caryslan
I don't get you.
The story basically is "the best characters from Fire Emblem and SMT team up to take down an evil".
Not every game is made to appeal to everyone.
Though I agree that this game is VERY Japanese, maybe too japanese for some. But I am pretty delighted by how strange it is to me. =]

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#27

Tiefseemiez commented on Nintendo Download: 29th October (Europe):

What an awesome week!
I will try the Zip Lash demo and make my boyfriend try the Fatal Frame demo.
Probably I will buy Tekken Tag Tournament at this price.
I am also into buying Binding of Isaac for 3DS and maybe even Project X Zone (I tried the demo and didn't really enjoy it; I don't really have a relationship to any of the characters, but I heard a lot of praise about the series...).
And I will totally get Record Breaker physically!!

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#29

Tiefseemiez commented on Genei Ibun Roku #FE Directors Reveal More Deta...:

I pretty much love the idea that you summon the Fire Emblem characters as ghosts to fight for you in battle.
It fits both series well I think and gives the cheerful visuals of this game a dark counterpart.
I only played Devil Survivor Overclocked and Persona Q of all SMT games, but I think this story-choice is rather typical and that their stories were all a bit "silly" as someone called it. I mean in DSO they summon demons with their mobile phones and via singing and in PQ they fight demons in a parallel dimension in their school while regularly apparently fighting demons in TVs. What did you expect? At this stage this seems to be one of the more logical stories.

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#30

Tiefseemiez commented on The Wii U's Broad Audience Means Star Fox Zero...:

@gatorboi352 @Protocol_Penguin
What purpose do you visit this page for anyway? Just trolling?
I think they mean that the Wii U audience is broad regarding to the genres they like. There is no game they could release that would cater to the whole audience.
Anyway, I think both of you are aware that there are quite a lot of people who own and love their Wii U and don't fit in the two categories you mentioned.

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#31

Tiefseemiez commented on The Wii U's Broad Audience Means Star Fox Zero...:

@MarvinTheMartian
True! I am not very picky, when it comes to games. I didn't even glimpse at the other consoles for I have a 3DS and am very open minded towards genres. Even if you like a genre that Nintendo caters a lot to, like platformers, there are HUGE droughts.
I think those that like shooters and action games do have a psone or pc anyway instead or additionally to their Wii U.

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#32

Tiefseemiez commented on The Wii U's Broad Audience Means Star Fox Zero...:

@MrGawain Wow! How do you have the time to play that many games?
I am already scared of receiving my copy of Xenoblade Chronicles X for I know I will never have enough time to play this game.
I hardly finished any Wii U title so far. Or to be honest I seriously only finished Little Inferno and didn't even do all the combinations. So maybe I am kind of on the opposite site of the user base.
I mainly play Wii U with friends, so it's basically the multiplayer games that get my attention.

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#34

Tiefseemiez commented on Rumour: Data Miner Uncovers Evidence Of Twilig...:

@OorWullie You expressed it better than I did.
The idea in your last paragraph scares me, since it would make the Wii U the only Nintendo console without a unique Zelda title. This would mark it even more as a black sheep and cause a riot with or without Twilight Princess HD.
I cannot imagine them doing this to us.
Twilight Princess HD on Wii U wouldn't be that much of a solace, since it is playable on the console anyway.

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#35

Tiefseemiez commented on Rumour: Data Miner Uncovers Evidence Of Twilig...:

Why does everyone think this would be an HD remake at all?
If it is listed on the eshop it is by FAR more likely that this will arrive on the eShop as a rerelease than a remake. Otherwise why would they have taken the risk of someone finding data of a title that hasn't even been announced yet, probably won't be released within the next three months (otherwise this would have been E3-material) and would normally be announced in a surprising and hypestatic way.

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#36

Tiefseemiez commented on GX Hunter Armor Stars in Penultimate Monster H...:

@ThomasBW84
Thanks! I was already wondering if this was supposed to be more some sort of monthly homework and I did it all wrong, but its nice to know that I can safe them for anytime in the future.
It kind of freaks me out that they gave so much support to the game and the community. So cool.

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#37

Tiefseemiez commented on GX Hunter Armor Stars in Penultimate Monster H...:

Are the previous DLCs still playable?
For I was not ready for the missions when the first ones were released, but now I'm scared that they disappear or something.
Love the new weapons.
Love the whole idea of monthly extra content. Must be a lot of work for Capcom.

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#38

Tiefseemiez commented on Preview: Fabulous Fashion and Questionable Gam...:

I love how charming this game is. I love the artstyle seen in the trailers and hope the game comes with this sort of picture-book-story-telling aswell.
Probably I'm going to play this online a lot, since I think that will be the most fun to be had with this title. I imagine the challenge of communication will be even more fun online than with local multiplayer (as long as there isn't some total idiot in the team).
Love the costumes too, it's kind of a cute version of the masks in the other games.

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#40

Tiefseemiez commented on Human Resource Machine Coming To Wii U Soon:

@Mrclaycoat Same here. I made the mistake not going by order in my first attempt. That makes it even harder to figure out what needs to be combined, since you don't have the restriction of availability (which you have for quite some time if you finish the list before you unlock the next catalogue). Maybe I have to restart.

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#42

Tiefseemiez commented on Review: Star Sky (Wii U eShop):

I kind of agree with Peek-a-boo. 4 Euro is not much for 1-2 hours well made content. I mean even full retail games tend to last only 10 hours or less sometimes. In your Scoring Police the only argument for giving this a 4 instead of a 5 at least is "Repetitiveness". I won't argue with you about this since I haven't even played the game, but I find a 4 pretty harsh for a game that tries to do something unique and -regarding the review- does so pretty successfully, except from short lenght and backtracking.
Maybe I try it, but my backlog. =/

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#44

Tiefseemiez commented on Tatsumi Kimishima Named As New Nintendo President:

@CB85: I got the same impression. He seems to be a pretty solid choice. He has experience in a lot of fields. I don't think it is bad for him not being a developer. After all he got two "sidekicks" that fill that gap.
But I also find it rather curious that they chose someone that old (I mean, in Germany one would retire at that age). So I also got the impression that they are basically buying time. But maybe we will be surprised seeing this guy leading Nintendo until he's 105.
I find it a bit superficial to think he isn't a nice guy just based on this one picture of him not smiling.

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#47

Tiefseemiez commented on Nintendo Download: 10th September (Europe):

Getting Etrian Mystery Dungeon physically at some point and keeping an eye on The Swindle and Star Sky. I am not the type of person to have too much fun playing Super Mario Maker, but I sure look forward seeing people play the heck out of it on Youtube. =]
Unfortunately I neither like building levels nor am I good at Jump'n'Runs.

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#49

Tiefseemiez commented on Monster Hunter Stories Will Bring Its Own Bran...:

They sure push out a lot of spinoffs and they all look great.
I want them all!
But right now I am actually interested the most in that palico-village-sim, because I love that artstyle. I look forward to MHX too.
This one seems the least unique in terms of design and gameplay so far, but I like turn based RPGs and Monster Hunter, so there is no reason not to get it for me (except it being not localised).
I love that the story takes a different perspective on the whole monsterslayingaction.

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#50

Tiefseemiez commented on Gallery: Phoenix Wright is Looking Sharp in Th...:

@Discipledoctor Why did you hate Dual Destinies? I played the demo and didn't really like it (found it boring). Later I bought the Trilogy on sale and liked the game a lot. I thought I might buy Dual Destinies when the next sale is on, since I have a different perspective on the series now.

This looks rather nice with the dark mythic appeal!
But I would have loved The Great Ace Attorney to be localised too.
Well, maybe they change their minds sometime.