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bowsersenemy

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bowsersenemy

#1

bowsersenemy commented on Zelda: Skyward Sword is Half Finished, says Mi...:

to be honest, if the game is over half finished, and we can espect it in 2011, with christmas being the latest, it sounds to me that the game is being rushed. from what i know of game development, if you've got just under half a game to make, and it's a zelda game, you're not going to get it done in about a years time and it turn out good. $50 says this is going to basicly be an expanded variation of the phantom hourglass engine.

now i'm worried.

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#2

bowsersenemy commented on Lumines Dev Not Impressed With 3DS:

incredible machine? more like an incredible mess. the only way i could see myself buying it, is if it has good games. i'm talking about mario and zelda games that are worth playing, like the current ones are (but i still hate touch screen only controls. dumb move N) and strong 3rd party support like capcom, konami, atari, etc. if it ain't got games, it ain't worth crap. so for it to go anywhere, the screens should be as big as the DSi XL's or bigger, and it should be stronger, so that any slowdown from current games would be virtualy fixed, that way, if it DOESN'T have good games, it will still at least be worth getting to improve the current DS's games. but the 3D gimmick's just plain garbage. i predict it will just end up like Wii controls in twilight princess. just tacked on. 3D used to be a fad. and if they're going to realy do this, i hope for thier sake, they do it right. i mean, the current DS has the touch screen gimmick, and doing that allowed for alot of garbage games, and the games that had potential for it, ended up getting butchered, or didn't use it to the full extent. the wii was the same way. motion control allowed for even more garbage casual games. the 3DS is going to use the 3D gimmick to it's effect, if it can even get support, and what are we going to see? well, remember those out of place "3D scenes" in movies, where they make stuff come close to the screen to make it feel like it's coming at you? well, imagine that in a game. or worse, as a gameplay element. i could see it now. a mini game where you have to touch things in the water, and you see 3D ripples, and the more ripples you cause, the higher your score. and the worst part, would be that you paid money for this. even worse, if it's a downloadable game, you can't sell it after you realise how bad a game it is!

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#3

bowsersenemy commented on Lumines Dev Not Impressed With 3DS:

@110percentful yeah. i'm a nintendo fanboy, and i think i admited that, but even fanboys can get tired of something. if nintendo keeps this up, i'll turn into a sony fanboy. it's got me that ticked. and yeah, i'll admit, when i first heard the idea of the ds, it sounded like garbage. and now that it's had time to flesh itself out, it's even MORE garbage than i first thought. i mean, it's got a few gems, like the mega man zero collection, NSMB, both zelda games, the mega man ZX games, and so on, but for the life of me, i don't understand why garbage games like the entire Imagine series came to be! and, while both zelda games were good, the touch screen kinda ruined it. i mean, it's anoying for me. it would have been better if they allowed you to chose, but when they take that choice from you, that's just plain wrong. they let you have the choice in SM64DS and ACWW, but why not zelda? because nintendo want's to run with the gimick as much as they can and milk it for all they think it's worth. you know, i only own 9 wii games, not counting wii ware and VC. and most of them are compatible with GCN controls or classic controller, because i can't stand the wii's motion sensing gimmick. when nintendo decided to go more for the casual gamer, that's when i started losing interest. i'm a core gamer, and i won't be forced to play casual games as a main source of gaming!

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#5

bowsersenemy commented on Lumines Dev Not Impressed With 3DS:

i'm a nintendo fanboy, and i wouldn't defend this piece of trash for nothing. nintendo's got me pretty ticked right now. they're not producing too many good games, and the companies that normaly do, aren't making them for the wii anymore. and on top of it, this? i mean, last year we got the DSi. this year, we get the DSi XL. and next year, they'll both be obsolete due to the 3DS? pardon my sparta, but this is MADNESS! if i'd known the DSi XL was coming, i'd have held out for it. and now that i know the 3DS is coming, and that it's the next gen DS, it had better have screens at least as big as the XL's, or i won't buy it. for that matter, there's not too much on the DS i like right now as it is, so unless they wow me, i won't be getting the 3DS at all.

i've been with nintendo since the NES, and it pains me to see them stoop to such a level. they're pulling a sega here. too many systems, too fast, and not enough good games on them to warrant the purchase of each one.

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#6

bowsersenemy commented on Nintendo Silence Talking Link:

wow. people actualy glad to see something like this gone? ok, so you do something that takes years to make, you set aside time to do it. time you could have spent doing something else. now, it's FINALY done, and the powers that be, tell you that you wasted your time, and you're not allowed to give it out, no matter HOW it looks. you and the people that followed you are going to be hurt bad. IT'S A FAN TRIBUTE! it wasn't meant to be perfect! besides, compared to alot of the other stuff out there, this was the best. better than any zelda movie nintendo's ever made. oh wait... THEY NEVER HAVE! nintendo removed it because they don't want to appear lazier than they already are. you know, i will admit the movie was lacking, yes. but like i said, it was the best zelda fan film i've seen, and to be honest, nintendo's been ticking me off for a while, and this latest act of money hunger has nearly pushed me to boycotting them.

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#7

bowsersenemy commented on Online Mario Multiplayer May Happen Down the Line:

the only problem is, what nintendo calls fun, most people don't anymore. it's unfortunate, but the only way people can have fun is if they're blowing something's head of with loads of blood, and preferably, online, with leaderboards to show off how good they are and get either loads of praise, or lots of people mad at them. nintendo may be lazy, but at least they still know how to make truly fun games, even if it is rare now.