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Male, 21, Germany

Tue 5th November, 2013

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Tsurii commented on The Legend of Zelda on Wii U Still Has a TBC R...:

I think the TBD for Zelda is just there because they're letting Aonuma do whatever the hell he wants with it for now. I remember someone saying that they're not going to release it before it's 100% done.



Tsurii commented on Dragon Quest XI Is Coming To The Nintendo 3DS ...:

sigh...if they're going to localize XI and maybe even release the game together with the NX, I'll most likely cave in and get it relatively early again.
I didn't really regret getting the Wii U right away (it was a lot more manageable for me to get all the games I was/am interested in that way, compared to the people who're playing catch-up because they got the U fairly late and between games like MK8, Smash, MH3U and Hyrule Warriors I never really ran out of stuff to play, even in the "droughts"), but after this awfully short lifespan I'm pretty torn on getting another Nintendo console so soon, because I still want to buy a PS4 this or early next year....sometimes I hate these surprises Nintendo (or in this case Squenix) have up their sleeves.

If Capcom announce MHXU for the thing, I'm going to cry...



Tsurii commented on ESL Announces Tentative Move Into Competitive ...:

Hmm....that Bowser rule, isn't that obsolete?
I'm pretty sure it's not even possible to suicide-bomb anymore in Smash 4. I tried it. Several times. It won't let you move to the left/right, if you're at the corresponding edge of a stage. I only tried doing that on omega stages so far, so maybe it's only on those. (I actually didn't think of trying it on a regular one tbh)
It'd be cool, if someone who's a little more into (competitve) Smash than me can confirm this and that I'm not just too dumb to pull it off (which would probably be pretty sad)



Tsurii commented on Yoshi's Woolly World Has Limited Impact in Jap...:

@Aromaiden it is. I'm not quite done with the game (on the last world, tho), but I'd say already that it's REALLY close to the original in terms of quality. Some pretty great level design and a lot of new (and fun!) additions to the platforming gameplay.
Woolly World definitely already won in the music department for me.



Tsurii commented on Exclusive: Project CARS "Simply Too Much For W...:

@Quorthon just as a reminder:
“The Nintendo fans we’ve got are crying out for a game like this. They don’t really have that experience currently, and there hasn’t really been anything like it on Wii previously. It’s not our job to disappoint those guys. So when we say the Wii U version is delayed in 2015 because we need a little more time, that’s all it is. I’ve seen the Wii U version, I’ve seen it quite regularly. It’s got dynamic time of day, weather – it looks phenomenal. And the actual console itself is quite good.”



Tsurii commented on Video: Check Out an Extensive History of Super...:

I don't care that much for SMB2 outside of the game introducing Shy Guys to the Mario universe (and everyone loves Shy Guys, right?), but I'd lie, if I said this wasn't interesting. Really like this kinda videos/documentations



Tsurii commented on Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Will Be Bigg...:

Pretty excited for this and I think 1.5 the size of Castlevania in Symphony of the Night sounds about right. That castle felt fairly big to me (and this is not just nostalgia, I played through the game just recently) and I think Bloodstained should be about as long as SotN, unless they throw something like Inverted Castle at us, of course (and I really wouldn't mind that at all. I think the Inverted Castle was pretty neat :p)



Tsurii commented on Rumour: Nintendo Isn't Bringing Devil's Third ...:

@Damo ah..sorry. I must've missed the thing about finding another publisher.

But, I'm still not buying this...Nintendo funded the game, why would they not publish it? It definitely doesn't look bad in terms of quality so far. Unless that's about the story, but it's so painfully obvious that they want to be as corny as possible that I can't imagine that even the geniuses at NoA would fail to understand that.
And add to that what @abe_hikura just said. It just seems like a really freaking stupid decision and it'd be a pretty big slap in Itagaki's face after they had saved his game.



Tsurii commented on Rumour: Nintendo Isn't Bringing Devil's Third ...:

@Damo Itagaki himself said that they're bringing the game over to the americas....we need to stop eating everything up that guy says just because he was right with other things. Just saying
(I'll look for the source and either edit this or post another comment later)



Tsurii commented on Weirdness: A Mighty No. 9 Live-Action Movie is...:

Inafune needs to slow the f*** down. This is more and more looking like he's just abusing the whole kickstarter thing to use as little of his (or rather his company's) own money for all these projects as possible. I get that he wants/needs to make a profit, but this is beyond ridiculous. That's the 3rd kickstarter campaign for MN9 now.
It's just like the others have said: he should first finish his game and release it before he starts working on all these other projects.



Tsurii commented on Review: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (...:

@Dr_Corndog I won't deny it was a pretty huge thing back then, but if someone has to review it today, I just don't see it being worth a 10/10 at all tbh.
It's probably mostly because I played Wind Waker (and A Link to the Past, but I think you can't really compare the 2D and 3D Zeldas) before the N64 version of OoT, but I never saw what's so great about it until I actually started to think about what games actually had when OoT was released and why people hold it so dear. The nostalgia's just not there for me :)



Tsurii commented on Review: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (...:

"So is the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time deserving of a perfect score even today?"

No, it doesn't.
The game aged really badly. Yeah, it was quite an achievement way back, but we don't have 1998 anymore.
I'd say it deserves a 7 at best. It's still a good game overall, but it has its fair share of problems (it always had, if you ask me) and people need to stop putting Ocarina of Time on this "best game ever" pedestal when it's not even the best Zelda (I'd argue it's the worst 3D Zelda so far)



Tsurii commented on New Skylanders SuperChargers Trailer Plays Up ...:

@ShaunOfNintendo that's what I'm expecting, too. I'm convinced that Bowser and DK will end up as some of the rarer amiibos/skylanders. I can already see the people who don't give a rat's butt about the actual game (or amiibo..or the Wii U) and only buy these because they're Bowser and DK T.T



Tsurii commented on Rumour: Former Rare Composer David Wise Is Wor...:

@BLPs @SirQuincealot XenobladeX' soundtrack was finished in 2012 and the game had about 2 more years of development time, just to name an example.
Not 100% sure, but I think it's not even that unusual, that the music's the first thing that is done (most likely not always that early, but I don't think the bigger developers have these sorts of things made near the end of development)



Tsurii commented on Pokémon Shuffle is Heading to Android and iOS...:

@Kaze_Memaryu They said, no ports of existing, nintendo-made games.
This is neither made nor fully owned by Nintendo. Heck, they're not even the ones publishing the game on 3DS.
The Pokemon Company can do whatever the hell they want to do with the series (with obvious exceptions, like having Pokemon games made for Sony). There's already a ton of other official Pokemon apps on iOS and Android, too.



Tsurii commented on Nintendo Download: 25th June (Europe):

Kirby 64 - "We'll take another look, but we were disappointed with this in our original review back in 2008."

Heretics! :o
I'll most likely get that one, tho. I think it's a great game, gotta see how much of that is nostalgia :p
Yoshi's already on its way, too! :3



Tsurii commented on Keiji Inafune Would Still Be Interested in Mak...:

@Einherjar "And honestly, id be glad if they would at least release the official story draft or something. If they dont want to make a game off of it, at least officially close the story. Or maybe make a Manga / Comic out of it."

Maybe that will be that new TV series for 2017? Probably not very likely, but who knows.



Tsurii commented on Feature: The Biggest Wii U Retail Games of 201...:

Xenoblade and Yoshi, in that order. Been waiting for Art Academy since Sketchpad's release.
Devil's Third, Fatal Frame, Mario Maker and Star Fox all look pretty interesting, too. Not too fussed about the rest tbh.



Tsurii commented on Fresh Details Emerge For Shin Megami Tensei X ...:

@Dpullam there's a video of the treehouse segment with the game on Nintendo's YouTube channel, if you want to see more of the gameplay and the world. It looks pretty neat.

I still don't get how people don't see the influences of both series tbh. Especially after seeing it in action. It's really exactly how the producers described it, an entirely new concept that borrows ideas (and characters) from both the Shin Megami Tensei and Persona series and the Fire Emblem games.

I feel like it's a similar situation to Federation Force: it's not quite what people expected and now a lot of them refuse to see/ignore that the games are clearly spin-off/new takes on the three series. I think both games looked really good in the treehouse streams and as a fan of their respective series I'll definitely try to get my hands on them.



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

the game's pretty grindy right off the bat, but I'm still having fun with it. I just adore the overall style (not so much in terms of visuals, but this whole 'RPG set in a "modern" world' concept) in the first two Earthbound/Mother games.

@Uberchu the price's a little higher compared to the other NES VC titles (I think it was like 2€ more? I admittedly "just bought it" as soon as I saw it on the eShop haha)
I think it's justified, tho. This is one of the better NES games in my opinion. Especially in terms of playability, despite it being so clunky, most of the NES games I actually played are kinda...difficult to play by today's standards. The vast majority of those games didn't age very well (maybe I'm just too young to really get into them, tho. I never actually owned an NES)



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

Sounds reasonable. Why have clones of the same character run around in a multiplayer/coop SPINOFF GAME when you have this huge universe with its characters? Especially if they're going to flesh said universe more out.

I really can't complain about this at all. Is it the Metroid game I wanted or expected? No. But does it look fun to me? Heck yes.
As I said on the other article: it has all of the elements of a Prime game at first glance, the only thing missing is Samus and I couldn't care less about whom I'm controlling in a Prime game (or really any Metroid besides Other M and Fusion), because it's not like Samus actually has a character anyway. It's basically the same thing as with Link, the only difference is that you don't even get to see Samus 99% of the time in the Prime trilogy.



Tsurii commented on Talking Point: Metroid Prime: Federation Force...:

People need to chill...the only thing that should piss anyone off is how f***ing hostile people are towards Nintendo because of a freaking spin-off game.

Also, it's set on Prime's planets, has Prime's enemies, the GF, hell, it even has Prime's HUD. HOW are people not seeing that this is a Metroid game!?



Tsurii commented on Good News, Zelda Fans, A Free Costume Awaits i...:

@Trikeboy Zelda 1+2 Link, but you were close enough :P

Anyway...I'm not sure how I feel about a potential second seasonpass. It'd be neat if they made it that the new content gives you more experience points, because my highest character is still only around level 140, but if it's just like the rest of the DLC and maybe even as difficult as the Twilight Princess map, I'll probably pass tbh. I love Tetra and Daphnos, but...not that much