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XyVoX

XyVoX

United Kingdom

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Tue 8th September, 2009

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XyVoX

#1

XyVoX commented on We Have Shigeru Miyamoto To Thank For The Supe...:

So what this tells me is that as usual Nintendo was 98% about to release another incomplete 3DS system and by chance at the eleventh hour the OBVIOUS best feature of the New 3DS was added, Mmmmm you struggle to learn dont you Nintendo, i specially remember Nintendo stating that a second stick technically couldn't be added to the last 3DS models, Ridiculous i tell ya.

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#3

XyVoX commented on Review: 3D Out Run (3DS eShop):

In all honesty these Sega remasters from their more popular catalogue and the amount of obvious work that has to go in them all for £4.49 then (as most people are recognizing) the inherent lack of effort that Nintendo is bringing to the VC and its own popular titles at best a virtual straight emulation in many cases for more money that Sega's games and you can yet release once again their lack of understanding in such matters.

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#10

XyVoX commented on Nintendo Download: 12th March (Europe):

Holy SH+T where did that come from the excellently done Sega 3D remasters all half price ahh yes thats something ive been waiting for for ages and to show my appreciation i shall download them all including at full price Outrun. Obviously the Might switch forces for Wii U and number 2 for 3DS at those crazy prices are a must.

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#14

XyVoX commented on Preview: Hitting the Rails With OlliOlli on Wi...:

This game received really good reviews when it originally came out on PS-Vita then later it arrived as a PS3/PS4 game with crossbuy included so it represents a good deal to be fair especially on a Nintendo platform.

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#16

XyVoX commented on Nintendo Download: 26th February (Europe):

BIT.TRIP SAGA for £4.49 is an incredible deal considering each one of the six WiiWare games were 1000 points/£7 thats £42 worth of premium WiiWare games for £4.49 and should look incredible in 3D on the (super stable) New 3DS.

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#19

XyVoX commented on Poll: Are You An Early Adopter With The New Ni...:

@WaveBoy Interesting fella i thought i was the only one who disliked the murky low brightness of the 3DS's especially as i did come from a DS lite, i never new about this 6th level brightness shall try it out on my NEW 3DS-XL but i can tell you from someone who dislikes a dull screen that my perception on the original 3DS's was when you switched the 3D on the screens certainly dimmed more but on this NEW model 3DS-XL it actually looks a little brighter to my eyes than when the 3D is off so id say its definitely brighter.

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#20

XyVoX commented on Poll: Are You An Early Adopter With The New Ni...:

picked up my New 3DS-XL at GAME midnight launch wasn't sure if i was going to get one at launch but managed to sell a tablet to help fund it, my main reason for purchase was i love the 3D its just a pain and to awkward to use (keep losing the sweet spot) but that wont be a problem on the new 3DS's of course the more powerful hardware is going to be nice on future titles, i can't justify buying a pre-installed game on a new handheld when the same money can get me a physical copy, so will pick up MH4 and Majoras Mask when i see them on some sort of discount on the web. Have to say though after doing the transfer from my old XL am loving the new 3D they're definitely correct in saying it Super Stable now. Worth £180 honestly probably not especially if you already own a 3DS-XL think Game will give you £70 back on that though as trade in.

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#27

XyVoX commented on Sega's Wonder Boy Lives On In Monster Boy, And...:

@Snugglebutt you must be from NA cause in Europe we get stuck with 50hz slow speed junk gameplay compared to you NTSC full speed brothers (as the game was intended to be played) i love Vc but even on Wii i didn't buy a game that stuck in 50hz its an abomination if you'v played it on a 60hz system.

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#30

XyVoX commented on Video: You NEED To Play Metroid Prime Trilogy:

The first 2 games on the Gamecube are in 4:3 (square) picture and have been upgraded to full 16:9 widescreen in this trilogy aswell as motion controls which obviously suits an FPS way better than a pad. Both these things make it an essential upgrade quite frankly.

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#35

XyVoX commented on Review: Axelay (Wii U eShop / Super Nintendo):

My personal favorite was split between the Parodius's on the Snes & Hellfire on the MD closely followed by Axelay & Thunderforce 3-4 on the MD closely followed by Gradius 3,R-types,Super Aleste and U.N. Squadron, they were the days.

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#36

XyVoX commented on Review: Axelay (Wii U eShop / Super Nintendo):

Imported this from Japan on release day back then AHHH remember that barrel rolling mode 7, then traditional 2D levels, sumptuous i tell ya sumptuous. Father time has been fair as back then this was a 9 or 10/10 and still it is today.

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#44

XyVoX commented on Nintendo Download: 15th January (Europe):

Come on all you Hippy flag waving 'i prefer buying overpriced priced retail games on Wii U because its to difficult for me to get hold of a retail copy' thus supporting the overpriced model numbnuts show some love for angry birds star wars.

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#45

XyVoX commented on Nintendo Download: 15th January (Europe):

Well could be my busiest week ever on the Wii U eShop, Chasing Aurora, SteamWorld Dig, Teslagrad & Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition works out at £15.56 Teslagrad on its own is normally £13.99 so at those prices looks to good to miss.

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#50

XyVoX commented on Nintendo Download: 1st January (Europe):

New Super Mario Bros. U + New Super Luigi U are and have both been under £15 each from multiple retailers and Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is between £28-£30 from several retailers, The Shovel Knights are tempting though.