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Klimbatize

Klimbatize

ArtistFormallyKnownAsMetallicDonkey

United States

Adventure, excitement--a Jedi craves not these things.

Joined:
Tue 7th February, 2012

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Klimbatize

#2

Klimbatize commented on Feature: The Wii U is Two Years Old, But How's...:

@Kobeskillz I've played various games on it for approximately 40 hours. I was also referring to the overall sales and games. I don't need to buy and play every game to say the system is a disappointment. Any rational person who can read the news about the system would understand (and likely agree) with the term "disappointment" when it comes to the Wii U.

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#7

Klimbatize commented on Mad Men Football Shows Off Its New N64-Inspire...:

LOL, Damien is the king of click bait. And it worked on me!

I'd be willing to bet a couple bucks that NL is in on this joke and will stretch it out until April Fool's for the final, dramatic reveal. That would explain the amount of space and credence given to this guy.

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#9

Klimbatize commented on Nintendo 64x64: Conker's Bad Fur Day:

The multiplayer in this game is fantastic. So many modes!

I still play this on my N64 whenever friends or family come to visit.

The Beach is probably the most popular, then the Dinosaur game.

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#13

Klimbatize commented on Engine Software Announces MineFeud For 3DS eShop:

There is a severe lack of quality board games on the 3DS, which sucks because I love board games. I had never even heard of this game, but I'm interested...especially if we can play others online.

Speaking of, I would pay full retail price for a Settlers of Catan game on 3DS. Man...

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#14

Klimbatize commented on Review: Azure Striker Gunvolt (3DS eShop):

I believe this was Phil's last review for NL, so I'm glad that it was a good game. I was hoping it would be MadMen Football, but alas.

Excellent review, as always. It gave me what I needed to decide if I wanted this for sure.

Peace and love, REED. Peace and love.

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#17

Klimbatize commented on Amida's Path Brings Interesting Combat Mechani...:

@XCWarrior I am talking 3DS, obviously. There is only a limited amount of System Memory to save DsiWare games. You eventually have to move some of them to your SD card (making them inaccessible from the 3DS menu). When you do this, you lose saved data.

Would be nice if Nintendo gave us more room in the System Memory. I would buy more games.

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#18

Klimbatize commented on Amida's Path Brings Interesting Combat Mechani...:

@XCWarrior Yeah, but many of us have used up all of our System Memory so it means we have to move a game to the SD card, losing all its save progress, if we want to download anymore DSiWare. It's annoying. I would buy more games if I knew I could just have them easily accessible with their save data right on my 3DS menu.

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#22

Klimbatize commented on Steel Diver: Sub Wars Gets an Upgrade to Versi...:

Great update simply for the Friends feature. Already tried it and it works great. I see it says they've improved the Mechanic. He was already one of my must-use crew members, so that's nice, and the faster torpedoes if you're moving forward is very interesting.

Really cool they keep improving this game.

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#31

Klimbatize commented on Steel Diver: Sub Wars Version 3.0 in Developme...:

Great update. Friend battles is long overdue. @Tsurii897 In a perfect world, yes. Unfortunately there are many players whose sole purpose is to troll the game so they would only fire on teammates. It ruins the experience completely. That will be completely fixed with this update. Really pleased with friendly fire being removed.

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#37

Klimbatize commented on First Impressions: Breaking Out With Siesta Fi...:

@Zach777 No, MAB's kind of right. The Wii U's start was so abysmal and the system is so awful, that Nintendo had to move a lot of resources from the far superior 3DS to the Wii U in hopes of saving it. It's not working so far and unfortunately it does affect the 3DS's future.

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#45

Klimbatize commented on Review: 1001 Spikes (3DS eShop):

Great review, and I almost completely agree. I like it enough to give it a 9 though. I'd put it up there with one of the top eShop games released. I love the nostalgic feel to the game; it feels like how I /remember/ NES games feeling.

I'm having a lot of fun with it, and have definitely laughed out loud a few times at my own stupidity, or general "unfairness" of some of the deaths.

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#50

Klimbatize commented on Star Fox's Iconic Blue-Marine Is Descending To...:

It would have been cool if that map's layout was dynamic, meaning the icebergs are always different. They could move around during the battle as well, and if a torpedo hits them they break apart. The battlefield always changing would be interesting strategically.