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chaosjay

chaosjay

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chaosjay

#1

chaosjay commented on Feature: Games We'd Love to See at E3:

I'd love to see a new Elite Beat Agents, especially with DLC. I want iNiS to make some more good music games instead of junk like that Black Eyed Peas Kinect game or the Xbox karaoke game, Lips (which was not bad, I just want something akin to EBA or Gitaroo Man)

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#2

chaosjay commented on Tetris Party Live Disappears from eShop:

Wait, no plans to renew it? What's a company named "Tetris Online Inc" going to do without the Tetris license, aside from going out of business? Or am I missing something?

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#3

chaosjay commented on Kid Icarus Ignites 3DS Sales Spike in Japan:

I love my 3DS, but I love my Vita, too. In Japan, they're still getting PSP games, so the difference is kinda understandable. I want the Vita to do well everywhere because I want more games. My DS collection has well over 100 games, my PSP collection has around 15 physical games. At the very least, I'll have a lot of 3DS games, but I want to have Vita games from companies other than Atlus, XSEED, and Square Enix.

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#4

chaosjay commented on Mobile Dev: "Iwata Makes Me Fear for Nintendo'...:

Free to play games seem to count on people impulse buying the $25 bundle of points so they can just keep playing the game or the $10 level pack to unlock a third of the game. I like a few of them on my iPhone, but most of them go unplayed because of the ridiculous limits you hit without paying.

"The industry" insists it's the way of the future. I personally hope it's a huge bubble that's going to pop and prove the analysts wrong, kinda like they were proven wrong when the 3DS and Nintendo turned out to -not- be doomed.

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#6

chaosjay commented on Aonuma Drops a Note About More Zelda Titles:

@kkslider5552000 So, a remake of Phantom Hourglass? That picks up directly after Wind Waker, doesn't it? The manual even features a super quick run-through of WW. Unless you're referring to the stylus-only controls of PH, then I can agree somewhat.

As for a new game, I think there was a rumor last month about two games in the same vein as Oracle of Ages/Season for 3DS. I'd love to see something like that, two games with similar graphics and gameplay (or maybe not!), but different stories . I'd want it where playing one game first changes events of the other, of course, but with something more elegant than passwords for people with one 3DS.

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#7

chaosjay commented on Review: 3DS Circle Pad Pro:

Of course it's going to have a revision. Every 7th gen console got a major redesign of some sort (with the Wii removing GCN compatibility), and the PSP had 5 different models. I'd like to think Nintendo is going to at least give it the nearly two years it had between the DS and DS Lite, but there's nothing wrong with something like this if it means people won't HAVE to upgrade to play newer games (like the MotionPlus attachment). I'm just worried that I'll have trouble reaching the ABXY buttons with my smaller hands.

And for anyone who doesn't want to shop at Gamestop, I'm 99% sure it will be on Amazon, but maybe not sold BY Amazon. Once a Pro merchant makes a listing, smaller 3rd party sellers will put them up. MIght cost a little extra, of course.

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#8

chaosjay commented on Zelda: Skyward Sword Misses Wii's 2011 Top Five:

It's unfortunate that a lot of people missed such an awesome game, but those people that did miss it weren't the intended audience. The Wii has sold 30 million consoles in Europe so far, where the Gamecube sold under 5 million in Europe and Australia in it's lifetime.

The Wii isn't a gamer-only kind of console, it was promoted to be a system that everyone could play. If someone bought the Wii for the games that unfortunately pretty much defined the system for non-gamers (exercise games, casual games, multiplayer games, simple stuff with mass-market appeal), I'm not going to be surprised that they didn't buy a deep game like Zelda. But, did they miss out? Definitely.

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#9

chaosjay commented on Choose How to Die in Devil Survivor 2:

I think it's a good thing that Atlus put it on the original DS. That way, it's accesible to everyone who has played the first. Sure, I would have liked to see it as a normal 3DS cartridge with all of the extras of the first one's Overclocked version, but a few of my friends who love the Shin Megami Tensei series don't have 3DS systems yet, so they wouldn't be able to play. Atlus seems to have a habit of making games for older systems, Persona 4 came out on the PS2 in the US over two years after the PS3 came out. Again, it would have been cool to see it on the newer system, but fans who hadn't upgraded yet got to play it. Atlus tends to be really good to their fans, and by not ignoring people with older systems, in my mind, they're showing that they don't want to leave anyone behind.