User Profile



United States

Fri 2nd November, 2012

Recent Comments



hypercoyote commented on Actor Is Suing Nintendo After Suffering Heart ...:

Why did he not just take the suit off? No offense, but if someone stuck me in a suit in sweltering heat and was doing all that, I'd be quitting. I feel like neither side was aware of the potential damage that it may have caused, but this guy figured he'd tough it out. I can understand unsafe working conditions, but there's a point where you have to take responsibility for your own health. Money cannot buy health.



hypercoyote commented on Gallery: Gorge Yourself on These Assets For Th...:

Loving this news! I didn't realize what a facelift OOT got until I played the original again. I had this on the Gamecube Zelda SE disc set, but the framerate was kind of choppy. I think it was even a little choppy on the N64 too. So I'm looking forward to not only the graphical update but some smoother framerates too. Here's hoping for some bonus features!



hypercoyote commented on More Mega Evolutions Appear for Pokémon Omega...:

@Hydrone Yea, I get that, but I think they probably should've called them "Mega Forms" instead of "Mega Evolutions" since (A) It's not permanent and (B) they're technically still the same Pokemon. They never called the radical changes that many Pokemon can take on (Deoxys, for example) evolutions, they always just referred to them as forms.



hypercoyote commented on Mega Video Game Fan Aaron "NintendoTwizer" Nor...:

Wow, that is really probably cheap for what he's selling. Though it'd be tempting to buy it and flip it, I think selling all those individually would be a full time job for 2 years!

EDIT: Wait a minute, he pulled out some of the most valuable games. He's pretty slick about it too:
"Note: Stadium Events was a recalled game pulled from the store shelves and not part of this set.", "Note: Three games that I don’t consider part of the retail set (sold or store shelves) are not included. Those are Donkey Kong Competition cart, StarFox Super Weekend and Speed Racer/Mountain Bike Combo."

Looks like he pulled out the most valuable items to sell them separately.



hypercoyote commented on Nintendo Confirms Week Two Details for Super S...:

Wow, the Zelda Oracle games are lower than their initial discount. I own the carts but I think I may pick those up. Can anyone comment on if those games link through a 'virtual link cable' to each other? Seems like I had read something about that a while back. Otherwise you have to do the password system...



hypercoyote commented on These Official Wisdom Tree T-Shirts Are So Bad...:

@KodyDawg Yea, I've said the same thing. I think the dangerous part is filling in the spots where the Bible is silent. I think the human mind is so curious, that people who play those games will take the 'fillers' as being reality. For instance, the Bible only speaks a little on angels, but look how much lore there is that people have created around them, most of it originating from people's extrapolations on the Bible.



hypercoyote commented on Nintendo Goes Download-Only With The 2014 Club...:

Here's a cost listing of the games:

Platinum Level Rewards

Game & Wario (Wii U - $29.99)
NES Remix (Wii U - $14.99)
Earthbound (Wii U - $9.99)
Dr. Luigi (Wii U - $14.99)
Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D (3DS - $29.99)
Fluidity: Spin Cycle (3DS - $10.99)
Dillon's Rolling Western (3DS - $9.99)
Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move (3DS - $9.99)

Gold Level Rewards

Ice Climber (Wii U - $4.99)
Kid Icarus (Wii U - $4.99)
Super Mario Bros. (Wii U - $4.99)
Zelda II - The Adventure of Link (Wii U - $4.99)
Donkey Kong 3 (3DS - $4.99)
Wario Land 2 (3DS - $4.99)
Metroid (3DS - $4.99)
Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins (3DS - $3.99)



hypercoyote commented on Nintendo Goes Download-Only With The 2014 Club...:

If this is the direction they're planning on going, I will likely stop messing with Club Nintendo. I appreciate all the rewards in the past, most of them were excellent, but I'm disappointed to see them cutting out physical rewards completely. Digital items are worthless in my eyes as they really have no collective value since they can be duplicated an endless number of times (should Nintendo decide to release them for sale) and these items cannot be sold without selling the system they're installed on. I'm with others, I will likely end up just selling the download code.



hypercoyote commented on Review: Bombing Bastards (Wii U eShop):

@C-Olimar I think that's in reverse, I think things become taboo because they are a problem. I didn't realize that no one in France struggles with alcoholism, but I'm also not a student of the culture there, so I'll take your word that they have no problems with their youth and alcohol. Also, I think if you expect your 10 year old to be that mature, you are going to be very disappointed. Prepare now.

Edit: I am now a student of French culture ->