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TreesenHauser

TreesenHauser

Male, 27, United States

I play on Wii U and sometimes Steam. My user ID is the same on both of those as on here.

Joined:
Mon 28th January, 2013
Website:
http://treesenhauser.tumblr.com

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#2

TreesenHauser commented on Nintendo Download: 18th September (North America):

Meh, nothing interests me this week and I already have the Smash demo. I bet all those people still selling codes on eBay are feeling pretty stupid... though not as stupid as anyone that actually bought one of those. Oh, and I want Wild Guns but I'll wait until I actually have a co-op partner to play with--I checked it out at a friend's house and that game's tough even with two players! Tough but fun!

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#4

TreesenHauser commented on Review: Hyrule Warriors (Wii U):

A friend of mine is getting this on launch day, so I think I'll be trying it out before deciding whether to buy it or not. Either way though, awesome review!

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#7

TreesenHauser commented on Standard 3DS Consoles Will Have Limited Online...:

I've been playing the demo since yesterday afternoon, and considering that the demo basically makes my 2DS restart after I close out of it, this doesn't surprise me. It seems that the game will utilize nearly every last bit of the handheld's hardware to make it perform the best that it can, so I can deal with that. But like @FJOJR said, I hope there's a feature to take screenshots in the very least.

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#30

TreesenHauser commented on Feature: Ten Must Play Titles on the Game Boy:

Of this list, I'd say...

1. Link's Awakening
2. Super Mario Land 2
3. Pokémon Red and Blue

And though it was technically a Game Boy Color-labeled release, I'd say Pokémon Gold and Silver were great. I'd go as far a saying I like those ones better than Red and Blue actually.

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#33

TreesenHauser commented on Review: IQ Test (Wii U eShop):

A lot of these developers are probably using the touch-screen features of the GamePad and treating the eShop like it's another Apple Store, and it's a shame not only for customers who could spend that $5 on an actual good game like The Legend of Zelda or Super Mario Bros. 3, but also for the developers who are probably capable of much more than that. In the end though it really is the Wii U that suffers because if it's not shovelware in disc-form like on the Wii (though it certainly exists on Wii U), it's shovelware in digital eShop form now. Between this, The Letter and others, the Wii U really doesn't need any of this.

It's nice to see new Indie devs on the eShop, but we the gamers are looking for quality, not quantity. On that note, thank goodness for quality titles like Shovel Knight, Cloudberry Kingdom and Mutant Mudds Deluxe.