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bengyenah

bengyenah

United States

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Thu 19th February, 2009

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bengyenah

#2

bengyenah commented on Review: Little King's Story (Wii):

Major props on getting this review out so fast!

Beautiful use of the little Wii button images.

I don't think I know or have every met anybody that could possibly have this many points though. Oh wait, I am in the USA where club nintendo just bloody started.

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#3

bengyenah commented on Mad Dog McCree Coming To The Wii?:

I love the light-gun rennaisance we are experiencing with the Wii. Remember Gumshoe? Now that was an amazing game on NES. Weird as hell, almost impossible to beat, catchy soundtrack, and almost totally passed by.

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#4

bengyenah commented on Controversial Super Meat Boy Advertisement:

I love it! I am not surprised that the German Nationals are the ones who are upset by this. Nationalism is looked down upon more there than anywhere else, nowadays anyhow. Great marketing, all press is good press!

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#5

bengyenah commented on Crystal Defenders R1:

This looks kind of cool and maybe even fun.

Why are the last few screenshots here so small and terrible looking? Are they from the Ipod version of the game? The first few screenshots look really cool, but the last few give me second thoughts about buying this game.

Anybody had a chance to try the game yet?

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#8

bengyenah commented on Review: Equilibrio (WiiWare):

And from my "Reviews Lagging" post, you would think I was the only person in the world that thought the review was taking a while. Nice to see that I am not alone after all! Thanks Corbie, IMHO, I think 7's are a wonderful number!

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#10

bengyenah commented on Review: Bonsai Barber (WiiWare):

Has anybody gotten any of the random "events" yet?

Editor: I still want to know if you advanced the game clock to write this review! Especially after you said "you have no idea how hard I worked..."

Also, you don't HAVE to play every day. You have the choice of making future appointments for clients (achem) that you WANT to see (Why you have a crush on the Cherry Twins is really not my business). Only then will you get wii-mails complaining if you fail to keep the appointment that YOU scheduled for them. It makes more sense this way, right? I think people just read the press releases and got confused.

Again I want to say that Madworld would have been better if you had to wait for certain days to play certain levels. This could have easily been incorporated and understood by the players because the game is a TV Show! This type of game design is truly the future of how games will interact with the player. Games can be so much more immersive if the developers catch up to the Wii's level of understanding of haptics and the human experience. Okay, I am off my high horse (for the day) :)

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#11

bengyenah commented on Review: Bonsai Barber (WiiWare):

@Kirk -- Don't forget you are being timed! You get rated on how fast and how well you do. If you always go slow and really stink at the game, you will never win some of the achievements.

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#13

bengyenah commented on Review: Bonsai Barber (WiiWare):

@Professor Layton: Nice review, did you advance the wii's internal clock to play through a few weeks to give an accurate review?

I am by no means a casual gamer, and I think this game is one of the most interesting and enjoyable downloads since World of Goo. I also appreciate the fact that you can only cut a set amount of hair each day -- this will ensure that the game is enjoyable for weeks if not months to come. Much better than the too short Madworld that I beat so quickly I almost felt shortchanged.

Seriously a cool game!

Peace to the casual and the core.

bengyenah

#14

bengyenah commented on USA WiiWare Update: Bonsai Barber:

I took the gamble and dl'd this game. It is really fun and worth the $10 and I only have played for 20 minutes or so. Strangely addictive, it is basically cutting the hair of the root vegetables from Super Mario Bros. 2 (USA). Cutesy, funny, tongue-in-cheek and altogether what Nintendo does best.