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audiobrainiac

audiobrainiac

Male, 31, United States

I get paid BILLIONS just to read Nintendolife ALL DAY hahahaha.

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Mon 4th March, 2013

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audiobrainiac

#4

audiobrainiac commented on Animal Crossing Content Is Coming To Monster H...:

Some of u give way too many craps about this, and passionately oppose it lol. This content is hardly game-ruining. If u know better then go work for Nintendo. If not, there are way more dire situations in the world u could be directing your passion at. Don't be 'that' guy.

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#14

audiobrainiac commented on Review: Hyrule Warriors (Wii U):

With most 'Warriors games i've played, they're always full of very forgettable characters, thus discouraging me from playing them. This game however, is a great switch and I hope they do a sequel or two. :D

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#15

audiobrainiac commented on Review: Hyrule Warriors (Wii U):

Well, if there's one thing i've learned about reviews, its that I can't always trust them. I have to buy this game to experience it for myself, and I certainly will. :)

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#17

audiobrainiac commented on Feature: We Go Hands On With SteamWorld Heist,...:

As long as its NOT a strategy rpg where u only move your party/character one block at a time, I'm cool. Normal turn-based combat with free-roaming movement like Bravely Default? Thats great, but please, no gridding the environments please! I HATE Fire Emblem....

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#26

audiobrainiac commented on Watch Dogs Wii U Release Dates Confirmed:

Just once I wish they'd START development on a game with Wii U first, and treat us like fist class consumers. Make everyone ELSE wait until the Wii U version is done. I can't help that I wanted a more appealing gaming console with it's own rad screen-equipped gamepad!! I'll wait and see if DLC is coming before I decide...

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#27

audiobrainiac commented on From the Forum: To Buy or Not to Buy? SPIKEY W...:

I agree with Michael. All consumers think they know what a good game is and are overly critical, but if they were making the games themselves then award winning franchises would be circling the drain. I respect the developer profession very much. Wii U NEEDS more games all the time so just because you don't like a game doesn't mean you have to be ugly. Nintendo fans IMHO barely have any room to be so snobby right now. Haters 'gon hate! Keep on truckin'!

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#29

audiobrainiac commented on Review: The Fall (Wii U eShop):

I'm LOVING this game. Getting a great Ridley Scott kinda vibe. I think they could've polished the animations a little better; like when u jump, the suit shows no landing recoil animation. Hardly a game ruining thing for me, but other little segway animations like that couldn't have hurt. Just helps establish physics a little more. Maybe they'll fix it in a patch someday, who knows. I'd buy a sequel :)

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#38

audiobrainiac commented on Reaction: Picking Apart The New Nintendo 3DS A...:

I've had amazing fun with my 3DSXL and it'll hold me over well until the USA lauch of these sweet new systems. Plus I'm tired of hearing everyone wine about not having two circle pads. I look forward to getting one, or both! Might shoot for the regular 3DS as i miss having a pocket sized one.

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#42

audiobrainiac commented on Miyamoto States That Nintendo Is Sticking With...:

I'm quite happy Nintendo is sticking to their guns. I agree with Miyamoto. Hopefully we'll see some ground breaking new IPs next year. They have a few good ones that they're slowwwwwly rolling out, but they need something fresh and more serious. That doesn't mean they have to make hyper realistic dark stories but, maybe just some games that capture more emotion than their current games do. :)

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#49

audiobrainiac commented on Talking Point: A History of the Sexualisation ...:

This topic is ridiculous. EVERY character in EVERY game is sexualized. Whether we admit it or not, its part of what makes games attractive and appealing. America is too sensitive as it is. All this kind of talk just makes some people uncomfortable with the human body, thus conditioning society to be too conservative. What do you tell your kids at the beach when they see a woman or man wearing almost nothing? NOTHING, because its accepted because you're at the beach, but your kid still saw it. If you teach your kids to respect the human body, male or female, then we shouldn't worry about something as trivial as Samus in a sports bra.