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Geonjaha

Geonjaha

Male, 22, United Kingdom

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Thu 21st Jul 2011

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Geonjaha

#1

Geonjaha commented on Review: Terraria (3DS):

It should go without saying, but play this game on PC if you can. It's a great experience, especially with friends.

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#4

Geonjaha commented on Interview: Warren Spector on the State of Nint...:

"And I think…we kind of annoyed some core gamers, let's just be clear about that"

I mean, maybe you annoyed some people who bought it expecting a good game? Don't see why it's anything to be proud of though. No offense meant, but it wasn't received particularly well because it just wasn't as good as previous games.

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#8

Geonjaha commented on Review: Animal Crossing: Wild World (Wii U eSh...:

I really enjoyed this game when I first got it. Unfortunately my love for the series started and died with this one game, because I got bored with New Leaf so quickly - it's just exactly the same stuff over and over again. Not to mention the island of infinite bell generation...

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#11

Geonjaha commented on Minecraft Finally Digs Its Way Onto the Wii U ...:

I'm going to avoid going on a rant and just say that if you own a PC, I'd strongly recommend buying it there instead.

If not, then definitely pick this up for your Wii U. It's an amazing game and you'll probably have a blast with it.

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#14

Geonjaha commented on Review: Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon (3DS):

@vincentgoodwin - I agree, but with series like this that stay very consistent between the games, I think its more important to say how it compares, otherwise this site will just have several reviews all stating what Pokemon Mystery Dungeon is about, instead of the differences between what each is offering.

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#15

Geonjaha commented on Review: Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon (3DS):

These kind of games really need to be compared with other games in the series. How does every aspect of it compare to Explorers of Sky, the best in the series? Is it more tedious than that one, or is this the first in the series that the reviewer has played?

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#19

Geonjaha commented on Editorial: It's Not Fun to Criticise Nintendo ...:

"Tom Whitehead assures you he's not on a maniacal quest to destroy Nintendo"

It's a pretty sad fact that he feels he has to. Let the fanboys be angry. I think the reasonable people want an honest perspective; not one that tries to justify every mistake Nintendo makes.

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#21

Geonjaha commented on Amazon Lists Pokémon Red, Yellow And Blue At ...:

I was really excited about Pokemon finally coming to the Virtual Console, but $10? Virtual Console games are already overpriced, I just think Pokemon would have been worth the high cost, but then they make it even higher. Probably going to pass on this now.

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#23

Geonjaha commented on Pokémon Red, Blue & Yellow Are Coming To The ...:

@iphys - Yeah well we already know that Nintendo is lazy with the Virtual Console. They could add the GBC colour palettes to GB games, but they don't do that because emulating the features of their own 20 year old hardware is too hard. They could also release GBA games on the service but don't because they wan't them to do better on the Wii U, and so make up excuses about not having save states making it not worth it.

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#27

Geonjaha commented on Feature: How Mario Kart Brought Two Soul Mates...:

Moral of the Story: For most people in this situation, Nintendo's archaic chat and friending policies mean they'll never find their soul-mate. I hope you're proud of yourselves Nintendo, breaking up relationships like that!

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#30

Geonjaha commented on This Is How Nintendo's First Smartphone Game M...:

So first of all, it's limited only to friends, so it's very isolated and kid-friendly, like many of Nintendo's super OTT safety based online experiences.

Then, it's only about asking questions and getting answers with friends. What? Surely its just inferior to a messaging platform then? I think Nintendo's going to quickly realize that its extremely limited approach won't stand up on an established platform. People don't care about Mii's enough to sacrifice functionality, unless they're hardcore fans, in which case they'll buy anything you put out.

EDIT: Just realised that the app asks the questions. If it's anything like Streetpass, we can probably expect deep questions including "Do you like cats or dogs?".

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#32

Geonjaha commented on Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes Originally D...:

The fact that this actually comes as a surprise to anyone is a bit of a laugh. Triforce Heroes was obviously set up to be a multiplayer game, designed around multiplayer. They added in the single player after all the nagging they probably got from people with no friends who feel the need to be able to play every Zelda game.

TIP: If you don't have anyone to play with, skip the game and look for something else to play. Not everyone has to appeal to everyone, even if it is a franchise you enjoy.

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#35

Geonjaha commented on Yes, Fatal Frame's Lingerie Outfits Have Been ...:

"That's right - we've been cruelly denied the chance to gaze at a fictional lady in her underpinnings. Gnash those teeth and grab those pitchforks."

I mean, say what you want, but It's just kind of pathetic really that Western boards think they have to censor this kind of stuff in M-rated games.

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#44

Geonjaha commented on 3DS System Update 10.1.0-27 Available Now, Hac...:

@Galenmereth - "There are region locking concerns that aren't just about greed; what about the money aspect?"

The irony of your comment...Regardless, the important thing here is that region locking holds no advantages to the consumer. Not having region locking on a console might come with minor inconveniences (and for a large company, an inconvenience is all it is), but every other gaming company is willing to take that little hit for the sake of their consumers. Nintendo isn't. That doesn't quite inspire me to support their products. Up until the 3DS they didn't even need region locking, so pretending Nintendo is some special case is just pulling the wool over your own eyes.

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#48

Geonjaha commented on Poll: Which Is The Best Super Mario Platformer...:

Super Mario World, of course. Mario 64 comes close, but it always ages so badly. SMW doesn't have this problem. SMB3 is good, but anyone who thinks that the NES game can compete with the superior SNES game is deluded. :3