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gaby_gabito

gaby_gabito

Male, 27, United States

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#2

gaby_gabito commented on Atlus Just Can't Stop Offering Discounts, With...:

I've never played any of these but Shin Megami Tensei IV and the Etrian Odyssey games have been on my wishlist for a while. I'm more into Fire Emblem and not so much Bravely Default, so which would do you think would be the best choice for me?

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#3

gaby_gabito commented on New Mighty No. 9 Trailer Builds The Hype as Ke...:

The 3-D environments in this game do look beautiful and stunning, but I have to say that to me they're not full of life. For how massive the environments are, comparatively speaking there are very few enemies and action in the background.

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#6

gaby_gabito commented on Shigeru Miyamoto Confidently Outlines Nintendo...:

Hopefully we'll finally get a difficult Kirby game! I've always thought that the series has had a great deal of potential. The games are so much and there's a lot of variety there. Kirby's always just way too overpowered and the abilities are acquired a little too easily. But yeah, I'm all for this change!

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#12

gaby_gabito commented on Nintendo Download: 10th April (North America):

Definitely getting both GBA games. For those of you who don't already have Ducktales Remastered, this is the perfect opportunity. I got it at launch for double the discounted price and it was definitely worth every penny.

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#36

gaby_gabito commented on Review: Zumba Fitness: World Party (Wii U):

I was very skeptical of this game at first but after reading the Miivese comments I decided to give it a shot. I really like it and think it's more effective of a workout and more fun than Just Dance 2014 and Ubisofts Wii U workout video game.

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#49

gaby_gabito commented on Monster Hunter 4 Helps Capcom Boost Overall Sa...:

I'm guessing that the 3DS version of Monster Hunter 4 was released early in order to bridge the gap financially until the completion of the console versions. I'm sure CAPCOM knows that they'd more than profit off a multi-platform release with MH's loyal fanbase.