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Male, 28, United States

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

Mon 28th Jan 2013

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TreesenHauser commented on Feature: Why We're Still Playing... Pokémon G...:

These still to this day are my favorites of the Pokemon series. At the time it was amazing that it not only included the new region of Johto, but also a "few years later" approach to Kanto as well. Add to that a bunch of new and interesting Pokemon, along with the new types and the amazing final confrontation between you and Trainer Red, and you've got one heck of a journey that was only made better by the DS remakes.



TreesenHauser commented on Random: Whoops, Toys "R" Us is Listing Star Fo...:

One of those rare times I wish it was for real.

Before I get a bunch of replies, I know there's work to be done on it. The visuals need some clean-up and the controls need to be refined, etc. But still, I was very much looking forward to playing this later this month. Oh well, bring on Spring!



TreesenHauser commented on Feature: Taking to the Skies for a Final Look ...:

I don't care how it looks for the mot part... don't care whether GamePad is optional or mandatory... and I certainly don't care about online multiplayer--I'm still just as excited for this as I was when it was first announced last year. I can't wait! Definitely a day one purchase, no question about it!



TreesenHauser commented on Metroid Prime Producer Wants to Make Another S...:

I know people can't stand MP:FF, but I've been willing to give it a chance ever since the initial reveal yesterday. Sure, it looks... different, and there's no Samus in sight, but the series is called Metroid, not Samus. Not every Metroid game needs to star Samus, even if it feels weird saying or thinking of that. I'm looking forward to trying it.

I know people will disagree, but whatev's. I still can't wait to try it.



TreesenHauser commented on Street Fighter Legend Ryu And Fire Emblem's Ro...:

Both are great characters--even if Ryu seems a bit out of place for Smash Bros.--but stuff like this is what makes me despise the internet sometimes. Something really cool for the fans, probably to get announced during Sakurai's presentation tomorrow, and people have to leak it before the time comes. I praise the leaker for finding these out, but at the same time boo them for spoiling one of the many surprises that help make E3 great.

But yeah, cool! Ryu and Roy!



TreesenHauser commented on Exclusive: Slightly Mad Studio Head Ian Bell S...:

First off, I'll start by saying I've only had a passive interest in this game since I've owned a Wii U--I liked the idea of a racing sim on the console and saw its potential, but wasn't too sure if I'd buy it day one, for example.

With that out of the way, I'm very disappointed by the way they're handling this now. At this point, I'm used to third-party games not coming to Wii U. It's no shock to me anymore. The console hasn't sold terribly well and the user base is small. If developers don't want to bring their games to Wii U, that's their choice. They're a business first--they have to make money in order to keep going and all that.

However, don't turn it around back at us, Slightly Mad. It wasn't always a maybe. Ever since I could remember, you talked of bringing Project Cars to Wii U, like it was a for-sure thing. I remember all the articles where you'd tout how great it's looking on the console. Heck, don't believe me, do a search on this very website, I'm sure they'll pop up. It's your word against your own word, not ours.

If you want to shelve it until NX, that's your deal. But I promise by then I'll probably have forgotten about Project Cars. It'll be up to you to find some way to sweeten it enough to make it worth the interest. Good luck.



TreesenHauser commented on Review: Splatoon (Wii U):

Still deciding whether I should wait until later, or go ahead and trade some stuff in for this on Friday. I had a blast playing Global Testfire



TreesenHauser commented on Waka-Waka-Well I Never, Pac-Man Turns 35 Today:

Happy birthday Pac-Man!

Pac-Man is one of my first gaming memories growing up. After setting up the NES and playing Mario when I was about five, I popped in a Tengen cart of Pac-Man and played away! And the game never gets old either. Heck, I admit I even like Pac-Man 2 The New Adventures. And when Pac-Man was announced for Smash I was beyond excited about it!