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The Warkiest Wark of ArtwarkSwark

Male, 23, India

I'm ArtwarkSwark the warkiest wark of all the Swarks around! My interests are music, story writing, making and playing games and doing voice acting and drawing comics. I love Nintendo!

Mon 9th September, 2013

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Artwark commented on Feature: What If The SNES PlayStation Had Actu...:

Considering how Nintendo remains the only one dominating the handheld market not to mention the only company that manages to make more money despite losing LOTS of money here and there, Sony may no longer be in the industry. Sony has been losing a lot of money ever since which makes you wonder, will they shutdown all their services in favor of just gaming?



Artwark commented on Talking Point: It's the Community That'll Put ...:

Might be getting this.....that is if I get the Wii U. :(

But a bit of concern here, there are only four assets of the game. I can understand 3D Land and World not being done due to them being 3D but what about the Land trilogy? Those games are my most favorite out of all the Super Mario games out there. Also, it could give Gunpei Yokoi some recognition.....just saying.



Artwark commented on Nintendo NX Will Avoid The Launch Issues Which...:

Ghee. So much of negative posts here....not even one thing positive.

So what if he said the same like DS, GBA, Gamecube and Wii? All that matters is that they will support it till consumers are satisfied and that's that.

Even then, so much of negativity here and I thought I was the only one here being negative! :P



Artwark commented on Reggie Fils-Aime Asks for Fan Trust With Metro...:

@ricklongo Whether its good or bad doesn't matter. The point is that it turned out to be a fun game along the sequel. Making spin offs is something Nintendo always did from the beginning. Who would've ever thought that Wario games can be just as amazing as Mario games because he's a spin off character?



Artwark commented on Reggie Fils-Aime Asks for Fan Trust With Metro...:

And again, the Metroid series was asking it to have spin offs in the first place. Simply just playing as Samus alone is depressing kind of the reason why in Mario games, Mario isn't always the main star of the series.



Artwark commented on Reggie Fils-Aime Asks for Fan Trust With Metro...:

I want to defend Reggie here with a few examples.

Instead of having a brand new Donkey Kong Country game, we ended up getting DK: King of Swing for the GBA. The same goes for the DS and we got instead DK: Jungle Climber. Did any of the fans complained that there wasn't a brand new DKC game for these platforms? No.

But are those games bad? No. They were fun and worth having for a DK fan.

Wario Land featured Wario as playable instead of Mario. Was the game bad? No! We got one of the best GB games ever made period.

How about the fact that we haven't gotten advance wars for the gamecube but we ended up getting batallion wars instead. Was there any issues? No.

How about the new Mario game for the Wii U? Instead of it being new, its just a sequel to 3D Land. So what happened to that? It sold well and is considered the best platform game ever made.



Artwark commented on Fire Emblem Fates Storms to Number One in Japan:

I thought having separate versions would make the game sell rather modest instead of well.

Guess having both versions probably doesn't mean much. I only hope that the rest of Asia and UAE don't mind its graphical content.



Artwark commented on ​Shigeru Miyamoto Defends Star Fox Zero's Co...:

I've played games like Jungle Climber, Uprising, Canvas Curse and many more that utilize the control scheme.

But I feel that Zero's control Scheme is better than Uprising mainly because it has dual analog support and it looks much easier to control than in uprising which forces you to not only use your basic movement, but to also use the touch screen as well and luckily, this isn't the case for Zero.



Artwark commented on Nintendo Reportedly Pitched NX To Third Partie...:

@Hordak Here's the problem with asking what third parties want.

Powerful graphics because they apparently are a bit lazy to adjust with technical limitations. Then there's the problem with lack of gimmicks added. Some say that just playing the games with a basic controller is good enough but really.....if that were the case, then there's really no innovation added at all. Imagine Star Fox Zero was made with just the pro controller in mind. would it really be that innovative compared to 64? No.

I agree with Nintendo that innovation is the most important part for their games. I also agree that graphics isn't something that they need to spend huge money on. The reason why the Wii U failed isn't because of lack of third parties but because of the poor sales of the Wii U. The 3DS was also in this trend but apparently with games like 3D Land and Uprising, it sold HUGE!



Artwark commented on Sonic The Hedgehog is Now 24 Years Old:

I don't get it though. Isn't it suppose to be special when it comes to the 5th or 10th anniversary. Even Mario is celebrated as a 30th anniversary and not like 29th.



Artwark commented on Reggie Fils-Aime Tackles Metroid Prime: Federa...:

We should all be happy that Nintendo atleast takes good care with their IP no matter what the situation be. Sure there are some exceptions but they atleast aren't like SEGA making bad games over and over again.



Artwark commented on Exclusive: We Almost Got A Wii U F-Zero Create...:

@Peach64 You seem to forget that even when there is nothing new about them, they do have new things in them. New Super Mario Bros 2 is the same as the original but had new power ups. Pokemon X and Y isn't a new thing but it looked like it was new because of having 3D graphics. That's what Miyamoto meant by new. It doesn't necessarily mean innovation but it does mean putting new things to it and that we do see in nearly every Nintendo game.



Artwark commented on Editorial: Nintendo's Approach to amiibo is In...:

I never used the Amiibo and that's probably because they don't do much in expanding the gameplay.

Yeah I get that in some games, it does do that but to be honest, if the stock itself is problematic, then what's the point of me trying it?

They could have just used cards which are easy to manufacture so I don't know why its taking them so long to do so.



Artwark commented on Review: Yoshi's Woolly World (Wii U):

Does this game make you aware of the things you need to get to 100%? Or is it something like Triple Deluxe where it doesn't show you all the items that you've collected in the game. My only gripe with Triple Deluxe was that it never showed the rare keychains that you found in every level so I had to replay the same levels over and over again.



Artwark commented on Editorial: Cheer Up, There Are Some Exciting G...:

That's what I love Nintendolife, they are always thinking about it positively while at the same time, thinking about the bad things that happened.

Personally, I don't see how this is bad because they announce new games nearly every month.



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

Even if this were to be presented as a normal direct, it still would be panned as slapping the Metroid Prime title by fans.

I'm not hyped about it but I knew that at some point, Nintendo is bound to do some spinoffs for the Metroid series like how they did to Mario, Zelda Kirby etc.



Artwark commented on First Impressions: Our Maiden Flight In Star F...:

What is it with people complaining about the graphics department? Ok man, this game is trying to do something different and Miyamoto clearly stated that getting used to the controls will take some time. So if time isn't something you have to get used to the game, then there's no point of you playing it.

I can't believe that people are complaining about the control scheme here but not in Kid Icarus Uprising. And seriously guys, stop. Stop saying that this is the worst E3 ever and whatnot ok? They keep announcing stuff every time they host a Direct.