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TrueWiiMaster

TrueWiiMaster

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TrueWiiMaster

#1

TrueWiiMaster commented on Review: Never Alone (Wii U eShop):

Are these problems unique to the Wii U version, or in all versions? If it's just a rough Wii U release, maybe there's still hope for an update to fix the issues. It would be pretty disappointing if this is just how the game is, period. It looks like it had a lot of potential.

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#2

TrueWiiMaster commented on Mario Parody Kill The Plumber Rejected From iO...:

"No assets were stolen"
Perhaps, but I'm pretty sure drawing a picture of Mario and putting it in your game is still copyright infringement, even if you change the "M" on his hat to an "X". The game sounds pretty interesting, and could be legitimately fun, but they should use their own stuff rather than ripping off Nintendo's.

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#5

TrueWiiMaster commented on The Current State Of Virtual Reality Just Isn'...:

I think VR is cool, but I don't know if I'd want to use it in any significant way. I'd rather not become blind and deaf to the world while I'm playing video games.

@Feremiev
When he was talking about the social aspect, he was probably referring to actual socialization. VR could be used for online connectivity, but at the cost of completely cutting you off from those around you while you use it. Nintendo has always promoted local multiplayer, and VR is the complete opposite.

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#6

TrueWiiMaster commented on Metroid Prime: Federation Force Producer Expla...:

I fully expect this game to be good, even if it's not what fans wanted. I hope the disappointment that it wasn't a true Metroid Prime on the Wii U doesn't hurt it too much, but I don't think Federations will ever fully overcome it.

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#7

TrueWiiMaster commented on Next Metroid Prime Home Console Title "Would L...:

I wonder if he intended to reveal as much as he did. Not only did he reveal that the NX is Nintendo's next home console, and that it will replace the Wii U in the next 3 years, but he also confirmed that Retro's not currently working on Metroid, which has long been rumored. He also suggested that the Gamepad will not be supported, or at least not be standard, on the NX, by saying that dual screen gameplay would be great, but probably won't happen since the game isn't being developed for the Wii U.

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#8

TrueWiiMaster commented on Iwata Vows To Listen To E3 2015 Digital Event ...:

"Do you think the Digital Event was really that bad?"
They announced only 2 new Wii U games, neither of which was a major title, and one of which (Animal Crossing Party) was a huge disappointment. The 3DS support was much better, but simultaneously disappointing, because the games it got were generally wanted on the Wii U. Yes, it was pretty bad.
Nintendo did show some genuinely awesome games, but they were all games we knew about a long time ago.

What I don't understand is why they left out indies altogether, especially after releasing the 9 E3 indie demos. They didn't mention the eshop or the Virtual Console at all. They also left out Project Treasure, Fatal Frame, Chibi Robo, and Mystery Dungeon, as well as the handful of 3rd party games the Wii U's getting, like the LEGO games, Just Dance, Disney Infinity, and Rodea. They even left out Bravely Second. There was also no mention of any New 3DS exclusives, or new special editions. The Direct could have been a lot better. In fact, it's so glaringly lacking that I think/hope there will be more coming as the live coverage continues.

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#9

TrueWiiMaster commented on Poll: What Did You Think of Nintendo's E3 Digi...:

The Direct was a big disappointment. Almost everything was previously announced, and the new announcements were the opposite of what people wanted. People wanted a Wii U Paper Mario, Animal Crossing, and Metroid Prime. Nintendo gave us a 3DS Paper Mario crossover, Animal Crossing Party, and Metroid Prime for the 3DS. They gave us the franchises we wanted, but not in the ways we wanted them, which might actually be worse than if they hadn't given them at all. To be clear, though, I do want Paper Jam, it just isn't what I wanted them to announce.

All that said, I still expect to see more announcements this week. Unlike its competitors, Nintendo's E3 goes for 3 days. There were key components missing from the Direct that have always been present (indies, VC, and the eshop in general). I'd be very surprised if they left things as they are. Within minutes of the Direct ending, they already announced that Platinum is working on Star Fox, and I expect more to come.

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#12

TrueWiiMaster commented on Weirdness: Bethesda’s Fallout 4 Features Min...:

I'm honestly not that interested in Bethesda (not really my type of games), but I did watch their show last night, mainly out of curiosity. I thought it was kind of annoying that the guy basically bashed the Wii U, saying two screen gameplay is almost always a worthless gimmick, while simultaneously announcing Bethesda's own two-screen play, which included a game that's basically Donkey Kong.

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#15

TrueWiiMaster commented on Best Buy Canada Message Suggests a Mario Maker...:

It seems like it would be better to release on Sunday, if only to avoid releasing on 9/11. The idea of releasing Mario Maker in America on one of the most infamous days in recent American history (or history at all, really) seems disrespectful.

@JaxonH
The difference is that 9/11 is still pretty recent, and the war it started isn't really over. Also, more people died in 9/11 than in any other attack on American soil. I think it's still too early to relegate 9/11 to the history books.

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#16

TrueWiiMaster commented on Feature: Nintendo Franchises We Want to See at...:

I'd love a new Paper Mario for the Wii U. Ever since I first played the original Paper Mario on the Wii VC, I've looked forward to and enjoyed every sequel, and it quickly became one of my favorite franchises. I'd definitely prefer a turn-based Paper Mario (Super Paper Mario being by far my least favorite), but other than that, I'm open to new ideas.

"by that token those creating fake footage of Paper Mario on 3DS could also have a point; why work on a Wii U game when the Sticker Star engine can be re-purposed for a release on the significantly more successful portable?"
That seems more applicable to 3rd parties than to Nintendo. I mean, by that logic they should just drop their home console in favor of their handheld. I don't think the two platforms are competing for games within Nintendo (I could be wrong).

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#17

TrueWiiMaster commented on Hyrule Warriors Is Slashing Its Way to 3DS:

I'd rather get an "Ultimate" version for the Wii U that included the DLC than a 3DS downgrade with all the DLC. I'm not really interested in getting this for the 3DS (especially since I still haven't gotten the Wii U version), but that doesn't mean I wouldn't become interested later on, especially for that Wind Waker DLC.

Aside from that, I'll be surprised if this runs well on the 3DS. The Wii U can barely handle 2 players at once, and it's obviously much, much more powerful than the 3DS. I expect there will be plenty of lag and popping on the comparatively weak handheld, but maybe it'll surprise me. I guess if they make it a New 3DS exclusive it could run better.

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#19

TrueWiiMaster commented on Poll: We Need to Talk About amiibo - Where Do ...:

I'm interested in getting the Amiibo figures of my favorite characters more than in collecting all of them or getting them for specific games (though I do really like the Splatoon Amiibo figures). As far as in-game content, I don't think it's that bad, all things considered. You are basically paying $13 for optional DLC of varying levels of quality in a dozen games (random number; probably doesn't reflect the actual number right now), plus a figure. That same DLC from 3rd parties would probably cost twice that, and you wouldn't get a figure, or the future DLC Amiibo unlock.

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#21

TrueWiiMaster commented on Mighty No. 9 Signature Edition Will Not Be Ava...:

I wasn't going to buy the special edition either way (I'm not a big Mega Man fan), but I do think this is the wrong decision. The majority of Mega Man games were on Nintendo platforms, and Nintendo fans tend to be the most receptive to platformers, and classics. He's putting the special edition of Mega Man's successor on every platform except for Mega Man's "home" platform.

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#22

TrueWiiMaster commented on Looks Like We May Get To Play PoPoLoCrois Har...:

I'd rather have Fantasy Life 2, but since that's going mobile, maybe this will fill its spot on my shelf. I've never been able to get into the Rune Factory games (I tried one on the DS), but I like this game's lighter style and tone, so hopefully it will be different.

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#23

TrueWiiMaster commented on The Days Are Numbered For The Nintendo Video 3...:

Even though many of the videos were probably available on Youtube, I did enjoy checking the app and watching 1-2 videos every few days. For the last few weeks it was only updating every Thursday, and only adding re-runs, so I expected it to end soon. It might have been trivial, but I will miss it.

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#26

TrueWiiMaster commented on Humble Nindie Bundle Allows Wii U and 3DS eSho...:

I'm definitely interested. I've been getting Humble Bundles almost since they started, but I rarely play the games I get because they're on PC.

There are some awesome games in this bundle. I have Guacamelee, Steamworld Dig, and Mighty Switch Force already, but I'd love to get some of the other games, and I can't wait until they add more in a week.

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#27

TrueWiiMaster commented on Talking Point: The Fragility of Buying Downloa...:

The DK Country Trilogy being removed from the Virtual Console is totally different from license revocation. People couldn't buy the DKC games, but people who had already bought them could re-download them anytime, as is the case with every game that gets removed from Nintendo's various digital stores. As for Nintendo's licensing policy, that almost certainly applies to hard copy games too. You're never allowed to rent, alter, copy, or distribute games you buy without permission (except possibly in the case of back-ups, but very few people make those).

I'm pretty conflicted about digital games. Aside from the usual limitations of going digital (you can't take the game with you to play somewhere else, or sell the game), there's the always-present fear that the games could be unplayable or unobtainable in the future, due to a policy change, a server shutdown, or a company going out of business. Because of that nagging fear, I usually buy Nintendo's games as hard copies, so that I'll always be able to play them. Unfortunately, that won't apply to updates and DLC.

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#28

TrueWiiMaster commented on Monochroma For Wii U Scrapped Due To Technical...:

This is the kind of thing that keeps me from supporting Kickstarter campaigns. The people who supported this game to get it on the now cancelled platforms should get a full refund, no matter what that means for the developer. They paid for a product that wasn't delivered, and therefore should be entitled to a refund, not a different product.

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#30

TrueWiiMaster commented on Poll: Is It Time For a Fresh Alternative to th...:

I would like more platforms on the Virtual Console (mainly Gamecube), and better promotions, like bundles and sales. Personally, I'd like a VC "Game of the Month" deal, in which a different game is featured each month (a weekly deal would work too), with gameplay/Let's Play videos and a low price, maybe 50-75% off.

I absolutely do not want a subscription based service.

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#31

TrueWiiMaster commented on Xenoblade Chronicles X Paid-DLC Details Emerge...:

As a general rule, I hate day 1 DLC, but this game seems so big without the DLC that I'm not really bothered.

At similar prices I might buy this DLC, but it really depends on how much I like the game, and how much content is in the game. I loved Fantasy Life, but I still didn't buy the DLC until I had finished most of the main content, which took about 100 hours. Xenoblade Chronicles X looks like it will have more content than Fantasy Life without the DLC, and the DLC looks comparatively light on new content, so I might be content with just what's on the disc.

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#32

TrueWiiMaster commented on Treyarch Isn't Working on Call of Duty: Black ...:

It probably won't come to the Wii U then, which is a little disappointing since BO2 was pretty great (I enjoyed it a lot more than Ghosts anyway). It doesn't matter much to me, though, because I'm not much of an FPS fan. The only reason I have the two CoD games on the Wii U is because I got BO2 for $15 and Ghosts as a gift.

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#33

TrueWiiMaster commented on Review: Pokémon Rumble World (3DS eShop):

I've been enjoying Rumble, but I hate its system. Every 30 minutes to several hours you get to spin the roulette and try and get the level you want, which might have the Pokemon you're looking for, which you might catch if you're lucky. It's a chance at a chance at a chance, and I found it very annoying, especially since you have to catch new Pokemon to advance. I've progressed enough that I won't be getting any new areas anytime soon too. I need another 41 diamonds to unlock the next area, and with the challenges' difficulty rising faster than the level of the Pokemon I catch, it will be weeks before I have enough.

Overall, the game is okay, but it feels like it's built to pressure you to buy diamonds (which I'm sure it is). I'd probably give it a 6/10.

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#34

TrueWiiMaster commented on Poll: Would You Like Mario Kart 8 and Super Sm...:

While I love the DLC for Mario Kart 8, I don't think I'd want it to continue much longer. I wouldn't be as excited for MK9 if I was still playing new levels in MK8. That said, another pack or two after this next one would be great. The levels in the first pack were amazing.

As for SSB, I don't really care about it's DLC very much. I might buy a particularly awesome, unique character like K. Rool or Banjo, but I won't be buying Lucas. If I hadn't gotten him for free, I probably wouldn't have gotten MewTwo. I might be interested in a level pack, but it would have to be pretty great, and fairly cheap. I have very little interest in the costumes.

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#40

TrueWiiMaster commented on Review: Donkey Kong 64 (Wii U eShop / Nintendo...:

I guess this is the European version, so I'm not sure if my question applies, but did they fix the lag/frame rate that was in the original version?

I already have $10 sitting in my eshop account to buy this game on Thursday. While I did play it back in the day, we (my brother and I) only ever rented it, and were never able to finish it before having to return the game.

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#41

TrueWiiMaster commented on Xenoblade Chronicles X Will Use Downloadable D...:

So does this mean the disc version will actually load faster, since it will be loading from both the disc and system storage at the same time?

Either way, I want this game on disc. It will definitely be a huge download, and I don't want to wait for it or store it. Plus, I want this game on my shelf.

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#45

TrueWiiMaster commented on Weirdness: Super Meat Boy Is Calling For Your ...:

Even if he got a ton of votes, I'm sure Nintendo would only consider characters that have appeared on their systems. Super Meat Boy shouldn't even appear as a trophy character.

Personally, I'm hoping for Banjo, but I'd love to see a bunch of characters added as trophy characters, if not real characters, including Shovel Knight and Bomberman.

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#46

TrueWiiMaster commented on Fantasy Life 2 Is Skipping 3DS In Favour Of Sm...:

This is seriously disappointing. I got Fantasy Life at launch, and quickly racked up over 100 hours. I just couldn't put the game down. Without physical controls, I can't imagine the sequel being as good. If it's free, or very cheap, and works with my device, I might give it a try, but if the controls aren't good, it will be getting a low score from me on the app store. If there's an overabundance of paid additional content, that score will be even lower.

@PlywoodStick
Nintendo is going to be making games specifically for mobile devices, and they won't be games from their main series. Fantasy Life 2 is a direct sequel to a 3DS game. If Nintendo announced something similar using one of their franchises, the uproar would dwarf the complaints here.

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#47

TrueWiiMaster commented on Review: Mario Kart DS (Wii U eShop / DS):

Mario Kart DS was one of my favorite DS games. I spent many hours playing it with my brother (a huge fan of snaking), along with the original NSMB's mutliplayer. The lack of multiplayer on the VC was expected, but is extremely disappointing nonetheless. I probably won't buy this anytime soon. $10 is pretty high for what amounts to half of a ten year old game.

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#48

TrueWiiMaster commented on Xbox Boss Phil Spencer Reckons "It Would Be Co...:

It makes sense. It would be good for both parties. Nintendo would please fans by having one of the N64's most iconic characters added to SSB, and Microsoft would remind people that Banjo exists, possibly before a new game comes out. I don't know if it would happen though. Even if Microsoft is willing, Nintendo might not want to connect itself to one of its competitors.

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#49

TrueWiiMaster commented on It's Not An April Fool, The Binding Of Issac: ...:

@Quorthon
It was a test of faith. No child was hurt. That's partially how BoI twists the story.

That depends on the joke and its context. If the joke is meant to insult or hurt others, the problem is the joke.

I agree. Thankfully, that doesn't describe the Christian God.

@64supermario
The problem isn't just that it uses Biblical themes (though that is also a problem, because of the way it uses them). It takes a major Biblical story, and reverses its meaning. While the original was about strong faith, BoI is about misplaced faith, and/or faith relating to insanity. It then places that twisted version of the story in a disgusting game.

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#50

TrueWiiMaster commented on It's Not An April Fool, The Binding Of Issac: ...:

@KoiKazma
I plan on doing just that.

@Quorthon
The fact that it takes a Biblical story, twists it to mean the opposite of what it originally meant, and drops it into a disgusting world.

You'd call that insulting? I'd call it tragic.

What makes something deserving of mockery, exactly?

If this game was criticism, and not just insult, you might have a point there.

"it has the right to use, abuse, mock, celebrate, or criticize whatever the hell the artist so wishes."
That's true, but people have the right to respond to that art in kind, too.