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Thu 26th December, 2013

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Grumblevolcano commented on Nintendo Download: 18th September (Europe):

@Emblem It could be to do with the fact you can't purchase anything if you don't have enough memory space to download it. I missed the Kid Icarus Uprising and Sonic Lost World sales due to my 32GB SD card not arriving in time so I lost £9 (Kid Icarus Uprising is well worth £29.99 so I'm not particularly sour about it) and got Sonic Lost World physical copy.



Grumblevolcano commented on The GameCube is 13 Years Old:

The Gamecube was my first home console, got it as a present in the form of the Pokémon Colosseum bundle in 2004. Had lots of fun with it over the years though there are still a few games I wish I bought back when Gamecube games were very prominent in shops (e.g. Paper Mario TTYD). My highlights were Mario Kart Double Dash, Fire Emblem Path of Radiance, F-Zero GX, Star Fox Assault and Metroid Prime.



Grumblevolcano commented on Nintendo Launches a Free 3DS Game Promotion in...:

That reward's as good as mine! I'm getting an XL at the end of September/early October and Smash 3DS anyway, not sure whether to get Kirby Triple Deluxe or to try my luck that Island Tour isn't just another bad Mario Party game (the last awesome one was 5 imo).



Grumblevolcano commented on Talking Point: The Growing Role of The Treehou...:

@rp17 Although it's not in the same context as the stream, C-Stick would be kind of cheating on the 3DS version if you were facing someone who didn't own the New 3DS.

I'm excited for this stream but as long as there's variety, I don't want like 5 hours of Smash and 3 hours separated between all other announced releases in 2014 and 2015. 2-3 hours max for Smash would make a very good stream and I'd love to see Mario Kart 8 DLC info/gameplay!



Grumblevolcano commented on Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Collector's Edition ...:

@BensonUii Sure the original game was Playstation exclusive but this isn't just a remake of that, it's a HD remaster of the Gamecube exclusive remake released in 2002, it's the typical approach of Nintendo hardware helping a series and then future versions (HD remasters/sequels) being on everything but Nintendo hardware.



Grumblevolcano commented on Activision Is Bringing The Dulcet Tones Of The...:

@NodesforNoids The big thing about both Call of Duty games for Wii U is that neither of them are the definitive experience. People mostly don't play it for the single player but rather the online multiplayer and the fact that no DLC outside of the preorder DLC for other systems made it onto Wii U and that was delayed of course the other console versions would be bought instead.