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WalupeachyTime

WalupeachyTime

Expecting me to be normal? TOO BAD.

United Kingdom

I enjoy Gamecubes and playing Double Dash as Peach and Waluigi. Also I have a webcomic. That last one may have been more/less important to you than the first bit of information.

Joined:
Tue 8th April, 2014
Website:
http://www.overloadcomics.yolasite.com

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WalupeachyTime

#11

WalupeachyTime commented on Kotaku Says YES to the Wii U - Rejoicing Begins:

I'd say this would help, but I'm sure that most of the huge fanboys of the Xbox One and PS4 still won't purchase a Wii U despite this. They'll most likely continue to avoid the Wii U either because of EA and their more popular games not being on it, or because of blind fanboy loyalty, despite Sony's worldwide president Shuhei Yoshida owning two Wii U's himself.

WalupeachyTime

#12

WalupeachyTime commented on British Tabloid The Sun Brands Gaming "As Addi...:

The Sun is essentially a whole newspaper of lies and/or controversy to make consumers purchase it. This isn't exactly out of their league. However, that doesn't mean this isn't absolutely stupid. What proof do they have? Who provided this information? Why games like Call of Duty specifically? Is it because it's popular and they needed an example?

WalupeachyTime

#13

WalupeachyTime commented on EA Explains Why It's Abandoning Dedicated Hand...:

If Dungeon Keeper and The Simpsons Tapped Out are anything to go by, then good riddance to bad rubbish. EA know that the general phone crowd will spend hundreds on consumable currency for their games and they just want to abuse that fact until the cows come home. After last year's news of children purchasing virtual cash worth hundreds of pounds in apps, EA would surely want to abuse that in any way they can.

WalupeachyTime

#14

WalupeachyTime commented on Nintendo Scoops Three "Best Of E3" Game Critic...:

The awards are great for Nintendo. However, it'll take more than E3 awards to win over the general public. We are in a time where realistic graphics and gameplay are huge focuses for games like Call of Duty and Fifa. A large ad campaign is what's needed for fans of these titles to play games like Smash Bros. E3 can still play a part, but in some cases, it doesn't provide much.

WalupeachyTime

#17

WalupeachyTime commented on Talking Point: Nintendo Should Beware the Slip...:

I don't mind as long as said adverts don't affect gameplay in a negative way. In some cases, it can provide something useful to the player (Such as the Animal Crossing items and Mario Kart 8 vehicle), but in other cases, it's in your face and ruins the experience (Such as adverts in smartphone apps or promotional items made to only make the product seen absolutely perfect in every way).

WalupeachyTime

#19

WalupeachyTime commented on Capcom Could Be Up For Sale After Shareholders...:

At this point, due to smash bros, It's safe to assume that if Capcom does go under, Nintendo would at least get the rights to the Mega Man series, while Microsoft would most likely get the rights to the Dead Rising series (due to Dead Rising 3).

WalupeachyTime

#34

WalupeachyTime commented on Nintendo Lifts The Lid On Its Plans For E3 2014:

I can understand why people dislike the approach of using a nintendo direct, but in reality; it may be a better solution for Nintendo.

For starters, being on the main show floor allows more people to see what's being shown off. This can also mean that most internet-based blunders can be avoided (to a degree) such as the buffering issues that both Battlefield 4 and Assassin's Creed 4's trailers had at the Microsoft and Ubisoft Conferences last year.

However, as many have said, the announcements are the most important factor. At this point in time, Nintendo NEEDS something exciting to get people to become more likely to purchase a Wii U. Announcing more DLC for a current game just won't cut it this time.

WalupeachyTime

#41

WalupeachyTime commented on Talking Point: Amazon Fire TV is an Early Warn...:

Personally, I don't think the Amazon Fire TV, the Ouya or the other microconsoles will be much of a problem to Sony, Nintendo or Microsoft. I think the experiences from each type of console are too different to really think one is going to make the other's future problematic.

WalupeachyTime

#42

WalupeachyTime commented on Nintendo Involved In Patent Dispute Over Wii U...:

I'm surprised that they think it would be any different after the 3ds dispute fell through. I'm hoping these disputes will stop being so petty. Besides, it not like that company was the first to use two screens in technology. Nintendo themselves had two screens in the old Punch-Out!! arcade machine.