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gspro15198

gspro15198

United Kingdom

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Fri 7th December, 2012

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gspro15198

#2

gspro15198 commented on E3 2014: Amiibo Figures Will Have A Price Tag ...:

how exactly do they work with smash brothers? there is only one NFC reader on the gamepad and most people are gonna be using gamecube controllers so do you pause the game first and each player takes turns using the NFC reader or is there something else I'm missing?

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#6

gspro15198 commented on Pokémon Bank Pricing Revealed For Australia A...:

Can't wait to download this. I was fed up with the awkward way previous gen pokemon had to be transferred and this solves all my problems. I just hope Pokemon holding items and ones who have learned TM/HMs can still be transferred.

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#14

gspro15198 commented on Nintendo Considering Cross-Buy eShop Purchases...:

I would absolutely love cross buy. it would be especially cool if saves synced between both versions using the cloud. I'd also love if games were tied to an account and not to the console. that way I can download games and install them on a couple of Wii Us and have a 3DS for taking on the road while having the 3DSXL for home gaming.

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#19

gspro15198 commented on Nintendo Claiming Ad Revenue On YouTube User-G...:

I think it is only fair that nintendo get the advertising revenue from these videos. any artist or creator who had their works uploaded to youtube should be able to profit from them that just because nintendo is a company doesn't exclude them from benefiting financially from their creations.

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#21

gspro15198 commented on Nintendo Network Premium Website Goes Live:

So, let me get this straight. Nintendo are only taking into account the pre tax price of a game on the eShop when they are counting points and once you get 500 points they give you £5.00 to use on the eShop does that £5.00 include the tax? wouldn't a fairer system be to count the tax both ways? It just seems to me as if you are only in reality gaining £4.00 (the tax in the UK is 20%) of your next purchase.