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bngrybt

bngrybt

Canada

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Sun 20th January, 2008

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#2

bngrybt commented on Reggie Fils-Aime and Co. Take On The ALS Ice B...:

People need to stop complaining about the Ice Bucket Challenge. It's a worthy cause. Sure, there are other diseases that are better known and affect for people, but don't blame ALS for that. It's a horrible disease that normally flies under the radar. They have been running a successful campaign and that is good for them. The money they have received will fund them for a great number of years, and that's a very good thing. Most people will donate to higher profile diseases like cancer multiple times in their lifetime. I'm willing to bet that this is the first, and probably last time that a lot of people will donate to ALS. In 6 months this challenge will be pretty much forgotten. Don't knock a good thing just to be a buzzkill. Enjoy the silly vids while they last, and be glad that the money is actually helping people who are suffering and their families.

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#3

bngrybt commented on Video: Behold the Sheer Majesty Of The Backlit...:

This article inspired me to get a backlight kit. Installed it myself yesterday and it's amazing. Even better than the video and really not that hard to install. It's amazing how much the blur is reduced. Hard to believe it's the same screen I'm looking at.

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#4

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

@Therad the complaint was that there are no week known male characters in a Speedo with a bulging crotch. Zangeif was the first example that came to mind. Also, if idealized men in form fitting clothes are also designed to appeal to male sexuality, then what exactly would be something designed for females? I honestly want to know. I'm not a woman so I don't know what their ideal would be.

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#7

bngrybt commented on Legendary Actor and Comedian Robin Williams Ha...:

I was watching Aladdin today with my son. First time he'd ever seen it. During the scene where Genie shows up and sings Never Had a Friend Like Me, I got the text that Robin Williams killed himself. It was hard to finish the movie, felt really creepy after that.

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#11

bngrybt commented on Review: Bases Loaded (3DS eShop / NES):

My favorite thing about this game was beaning the best player on the opposing team. Sometimes they get mad and attack the pitcher, getting themselves ejected from the game, hahaha

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#15

bngrybt commented on Game Boy Advance Games On The Wii U Virtual Co...:

The lack of GBA on 3DS has nothing to do with commitment to ambassadors. It's because the GBA games on 3DS are an unpolished, unprofessional looking product. It feels like you're running some sort of beta verson of the VC compared to all the other VC releases. As a free bonus, this is fine. For a paid product it doesn't feel acceptable.

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#19

bngrybt commented on Dr. Luigi announced for Wii U eShop:

I'm colorblind and I think this sucks. The bright primary colors of the old Dr Mario I can differentiate just fine, but the new purply looking one looks so much like the light blue to me that I won't be able to play this at all. Oh well.

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#21

bngrybt commented on SNES Inspired 'Super World Karts GP' Adds Wii ...:

Am I the only one who clearly saw parts of the maps to Mario Circuit 1 and 2 as well as Ghost Valley 1 in there? That's the kind of stuff that crosses the "inspired by" line directly into "rip-off" territory. Inspiration is fine, but don't blatantly copy.

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#27

bngrybt commented on Feature: Nintendo Battle - Game Watch: Super M...:

I used to have the Tetris Game Watch. It looked almost identical to the Mario one pictured here and it was downright awesome. In junior high, everyone thought it was so great that I had a Tetris watch because I could play it in school and the teachers never noticed what it was.

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#33

bngrybt commented on Wii Mini Is Official And Has No Online Connect...:

Anyone who doesn't understand why they are selling this isn't paying much attention. It's obviously a version made for younger kids as a Christmas present. I'm talking 4-8 year olds. Kids whose parents aren't going to by a $350 WiiU for them, but would easily pick up a $99 Wii. Kids that age could care less about online. They just want to play Mario.

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#38

bngrybt commented on Reggie Fils-Aime: Fanbase Demands Are 'Insatia...:

@Monkeh
How do you know they've only added a few new things? You haven't even played the latest two games yet, and the first two were actually very different from each other. To be honest I could say the same for SMB2 and SMW too if I wanted to. Superfically they just,changed the leaf and raccoon tail to a feather an cape and added a dinosaur. Of course we all know there's a lot more to it than that now, but a brief glance would suggest otherwise. People are passing off NMB 2 and U already and we haven't even played them yet, even though the series has been consistently fun and an excellent seller up to this point.

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#39

bngrybt commented on Reggie Fils-Aime: Fanbase Demands Are 'Insatia...:

I think it's funny that people are making such a big deal of the Wii U launching with the <b>FOURTH</b> 2D Mario platformer in 6 years as if that automatically makes it a bad thing... Remind me again... what was the big SNES launch title? I'm pretty sure it was the <b>FOURTH</b> 2D Mario platformer in 6 years... I guess that means it must have sucked...

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#41

bngrybt commented on 3DS Hardware and Software Tops Japan's 2011 Ch...:

Before anyone tries to tout that Monster Hunter Portable 3rd outsold Monster Hunter 3G, they need to realize that these numbers account for the entire year 2011. Monster Hunter 3G nearly matched the entire year's sales of Portable 3rd in only 21 days. All that on a system with a much smaller install base. Pretty impressive really.

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#45

bngrybt commented on Review: The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening ...:

I totally agree with the 10. Best 2D Zelda ever made. ALttP may be more popular, and the Oracles games may be newer, but as far as putting everything together as a total package Link's Awakening just has a certain magic to it. The self-referential humor, the constant cameos, the way the mystery of the island unfolds, it all just works. The ending also made me tear up as a kid. It's like Chrono Trigger in the way it can be light-hearted and hilarious one minute and then gut-wrenchingly emotional the next. Most Zelda games miss out on that humor aspect actually. Link's Awakening pulled it off perfectly, and they didn't even need Tingle to do it.

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#46

bngrybt commented on DS Lite Drops to $99 in US, Mario DS Games Go Red:

I'm almost surprised that they still make the DS Lite with the 2 version of the DSi and the 3DS on the market as well. Maybe this is a way to clear off the rest of the old stock? The red boxes look pretty cool. My brother just picked up Bowser's Inside Story as a present for for my son's 5th birthday. I wonder if he'll be able to swap it for a red case one since it hasn't been opened yet.

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#49

bngrybt commented on Review: Cave Story (DSiWare):

From what I've played it's the same as the Wii version only without the higher res graphics and remixed music. Graphics and music for the DS version are the originals. I think those are what he's calling frilly junk.

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#50

bngrybt commented on Review: Faxanadu (Virtual Console / NES):

I remember the first time that I found out this game was originally part of the same series as Legacy of the Wizard (Dragon Slayer IV) in Japan it shocked me. Speaking of which, we definitely need Legacy of the Wizard on the VC sometime too. That was a great game.