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Dipper723

Dipper723

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Dipper723

#20

Dipper723 commented on Video: Watch These Teenagers As They're Expose...:

@Kyloctopus No reason? They have NES games on the 3DS, Wii, and Wii U. It's not like it's an ancient artifact, and all the games are lost forever. Not saying they haves thses systems, just saying they have the possibility of playing the games.

To your second comment, I'm around their age, and I was born 30 days after the N64 launched in Japan. I remember my brother having it and a PS1, but didn't play it cause I wasn't into video games at the time. When I got into them, he already sold them.

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#29

Dipper723 commented on New Wii U and 2DS Bundles Announced, Rolling O...:

I can't help but feel ripped off. I got a Wii U for $299.99, SM3DW or MK8 for $59.99, and will probably get a amiibo for $12.99, which comes to $372.97. Meanwhile I could have bought this bundle, which comes with another game for just $299.99

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#40

Dipper723 commented on New Video of Dragon Quest X on 3DS Released by...:

Why won't Nintendo of America publish this game? Hell, why doesn't Square-Enix localize ANY of their games that appear on Nintendo consoles, Nintendo have always have to have done it themselves. They don't make Sony or Microsoft publish their own games.

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#46

Dipper723 commented on Feature: HD Remasters That Would Be Perfect fo...:

They wouldn't remake Galaxy, the Wii U can play Wii games, so maybe they'll remake it for their next system. I think Super Mario Sunshine will get an HD remake. They could also remake Super Mario 64, and call it Super Mario All Stars 2.

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#50

Dipper723 commented on Super Mario Kart Speeds Onto the North America...:

@Krambo42 Donkey Kong Country was made by Rare, and Microsoft bought Rare, so that means Microsoft owns the game, however since the Koney Kong IP is owned by Nintendo, they can't put it on XBox Live, so we'll never see the game until Microsoft decides to give the rights back to Nintendo.