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TimLatshaw

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#7

TimLatshaw commented on Video: Avert Your Eyes, This Japanese Animal C...:

If a Japanese pop idol tries to touch you in a place or in a way that makes you feel uncomfortable, that's NO GOOD. So what do you do? First, you say "NO, Senpai!" Then, you get out of there! Most important, you gotta tell your closest Hatsune Miku Community Entertainment and Surveillance Unit, though she probably already knows!

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#8

TimLatshaw commented on Review: EarthBound Beginnings (Wii U eShop / NES):

@Gladius_X Just to elaborate on my reasoning for recommending playing EarthBound first, I was thinking from the perspective of someone who has never played either. In my eyes, I'd prefer these players to get the more refined and robust experience as their first impression, and that they would still find Beginnings interesting if they liked that. That's just my opinion, though. :)

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#9

TimLatshaw commented on Review: Shapes of Gray (Wii U eShop):

@Captain_Gonru There are some definite good points about this game, but constantly having to repeat the same line of levels after dying and the points of slowdown really took me out of the experience, personally. That said, though, I think this developer has a good spark and want to see more down the line.

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#30

TimLatshaw commented on Review: Super Mario Advance 2: Super Mario Wor...:

@brewsky I see where you're coming from. The reason I didn't note this specifically was because it's still a semi-secret "reward." But then again, if I don't think it's all that special, why did I feel the need to not spoil it? Yeah, it seems kind of silly in that light.

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#41

TimLatshaw commented on Crazy EarthBound Fans Open EarthBound-themed M...:

@bahooney Did you watch the Kickstarter video? I mean "crazy" in a very tongue-in-cheek manner here. The people behind this definitely wanted to come across as kooky, and I love them for it.

I'm also very much counting myself among the "crazy" as well. Have you noticed the byline next to many of the EarthBound articles on this site? ; )

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#44

TimLatshaw commented on Review: Riding Star 3D (3DS eShop):

@epicdude12302 I've got Ballpoint Universe on deck, and I know someone else has Lone Survivor. When you're committed to covering every game, though, sometimes you get a backlog you need to clear out first. Sorry for the wait. : )

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#47

TimLatshaw commented on The Keep:

@OutCold Life (mostly mandatory overtime over the past two weeks at work) has gotten in the way of my writing a review. It's coming soon, though; promise!

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#49

TimLatshaw commented on Kirby Mini-Games Now Available on North Americ...:

@Phantom_R I'd say it's kind of like that, yeah.

I bought the game last night to add to my Kirby collection. You get 7 stages with it (none of which are from Triple Deluxe), but then those stages on higher difficulties after beating them. Overall, though, $7 does seem a bit high for what you get.

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#50

TimLatshaw commented on Kirby Mini-Games Now Available on North Americ...:

@Phantom_R What the heck, I'll try. Or at least I'll give you a bit of a rundown based on what I've played from Triple Deluxe.

Drum Dash has some pros and cons over other rhythm games, depending on your tastes. If you lean heavily into the music side of things, wanting a lot of syncopation and time signature changes and such, you might be disappointed here. Drum Dash's foundation is in the standard beat of each song, whether slow or fast. Drum Dash, however, also doesn't quite put you "on rails" as much as other rhythm games. Your height is adjustable, you can choose to hop onto or over certain objects, and you'll need to plan your route through a stage in order to collect the most coins and get the highest scores.

Personally, I enjoy it, but I'm a big fan of Kirby music and Dedede in general.