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Thu 2nd May, 2013

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DarrelltheJ commented on Captain Falcon, Lucina and Robin All Join The ...:

@Kamalisk Dude, your opinion is pretty far off the mark. Unless you meant Lucina and not Robin.
Robin is more of a magic user than a swordsman, does not have blue hair, and actually comes as a pretty nice surprise. That last part was just my personal opinion but regardless, if you can't tell Robin apart from Marth then you may need to see a doctor.



DarrelltheJ commented on Download Developer Hits a "Brick Wall" When Tr...:

This is definitely a mixed bag, and I'm not referring to the opinions.
On one hand we know Nintendo has issues, that's undeniable. Sony and Microsoft have their own as well though many people seem like act like they don't exist.
But on the other hand there seems to be a lot of biased whining against Ninten. They have made themselves open to people working with them, as we have seen, and they have made the people aware of their indie support. Could it be better, of course, but I don't think it's bad either.



DarrelltheJ commented on Tales of the World: Reve Unitia Announced For ...:

I'll be hopeful for a localization. I love 3 of the Tales games I've played so my fandom level is just high enough for a crossover. I'm sad about not getting Tales of Symphony HD on Wii U and even sadder about not getting Tales of Heart R period, so hopefully Namco won't make me sad yet again.



DarrelltheJ commented on Review: AeternoBlade (3DS eShop):

I would really have put this at a 6. The backgrounds are quite bland, but the game is good. Maybe I'm just a Metroidvania fanatic but I'm happy I got this instead of caving and buying crappy Mirror of Fate.



DarrelltheJ commented on Talking Point: Is There A Future For The Wii U...:

I hope no one that hasn't actually played through a game or two on the WiiU is even voting on this. Of course they should keep the gamepad. It's fun, which is exactly why I play video games. I feel like 70% of gamers care way too much about what their game console can do besides play fun games. WiiU has fun games, which is why I'm so lost on it selling poorly. Graphics don't make games fun(though if they are like PS2 level it can be a hinderance). Social networking doesn't make games fun. Whatever people's issue is with the eshop also does not make the games any less fun.

Like seriously, there is nothing exciting on the Xbox One and that thing is somehow selling. Mind you that is just my personal opinion but that's my opinion as a gamer. They can throw as many numbers, pixel counts, commercials about sports and movies at me as they want but I don't care. I just want fun games. And the WiiU is slowly but surely delivering. That's my issue with the gaming community, developers and gamers, now. The graphics really should not be stopping anyone from putting enjoyable games on that enjoyable console.
P.S. Before anybody can say it no the WiiU does not have PS2 level graphics. You are clearly going overboard with whatever spite you may have with graphics that aren't on the same exact level as PS4.



DarrelltheJ commented on Platinum Games Producer Hates "Pedantic Port-B...:

So...Wii U is getting "hardcore" game and people are complaining? Way to be disappointing fanbase. And if you really want to yell at someone about not getting the game on PS4/One blame Sega. They dropped Bayonetta in the first place.



DarrelltheJ commented on Poll: As the PS4 Arrives, What Do You Think of...:

@ThumperUK that, that I can say that I respect that pretty reasonable opinion. Being unhappy about how Nintendo has presented the WiiU is totally valid. Now over here in America I have seen a commercial for 3D World more than a few times so I think they are trying to fix things, but being a bit pissed about it taking so long is totally understandable and kind of expected honestly.

I'm just not upset about it because Nintendo doing things there own way has never failed me before, no matter how skeptical I got. I'm looking at the GameCube as I say that.



DarrelltheJ commented on Poll: As the PS4 Arrives, What Do You Think of...:

There are quite a few unhappy Nintendo fans here that have some strong negative emotions towards the WiiU. I'm a very happy WiiU owner that feels no need to buy a PS4 or even think about wasting money of a XOne. Mostly because I haven't been disappointed with anything I've bought. Wonderful 101 has been the best so far, TTT2 was great, and so was Injustice. The remakes have been fun, though I will admit I have not paid full price for them. Plus, I have plenty of indie and VC games like Nano Assault Neo and Super Metroid.

If one of you wouldn't mind, and others are free to back them up, can you give me a detailed reason why you are unhappy with the WiiU? And by detailed I mean more than "The games aren't fun" cuz that's a variety of games you're just casually dismissing.



DarrelltheJ commented on Monster Hunter 4 Dominates in Japan as The Win...:

Personally I think WWHD came out to close to a brand new Zelda title. For example, as the end of September rolled around I realized "crap, I'll only have enough money and time to play Pokemon in October. Oh well, i guess I'll just skip on WWHD and get LBW the following month."
With like a literal 2 seconds of thought I came to a conclusion that would make me pass on it. WWHD should have come out during the summer.



DarrelltheJ commented on Interview: Hideki Kamiya on The Wonderful 101,...:

Well here's hoping my idol's newest baby sells well. I've already paid off my copy so that's in the bag, and as soon as I hear a release date I'll be saying the same for it. I hate seeing good, innovative games sell badly and crappy expansions passed off as sequels sell like hot cakes.



DarrelltheJ commented on Kamiya Doesn't Think Bayonetta 3 Will Ever Hap...:

I'm totally fine with this. Kamiya seems to do a great job rigging little nods and shoutouts to his older works in his new IPs, so it's not like Bayonetta or any of his other titles will just die off. Plus, the dude is really good at handling new IPs. I'm excited for whatever he plans to make next.