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LegendaryQ

LegendaryQ

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LegendaryQ

#3

LegendaryQ commented on Feature: Nintendo Games We'd Love to See in 2014:

A lot of interesting ideas. Not a big fan of the Paper Mario Origami idea, since my thought that the best thing Nintendo could do with that series is go back to the likes of TTYD or the original. Or heck, I'd even take another Super Paper Mario-style deal.

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#9

LegendaryQ commented on Talking Point: The Download Games Battle is Ju...:

Well, this is the first generation where Nintendo really has some good opportunities to really beat out the competition in terms of downloadable games.
I don't know if they will or if they won't, but they have the tools.

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#13

LegendaryQ commented on Pachter: Without Third Party Support Nintendo ...:

While it's true that a lack of 3rd party support would hurt the Wii U a lot, it's kind of incredibly obvious. This isn't something we needed an analyst to tell us. Not to mention it's not like Nintendo is in trouble or anything. Worst case scenario, Ubisoft does pull out, this year isn't profitable, and they have to grab a little bit more out of their massive bank account, and prepare to win everything back 2014. Obviously not optimal, but they can easily handle it.

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#21

LegendaryQ commented on Four Classics Available Now in the Latest Club...:

Grabbed Starship Defense first time around. Will grab Kid Icarus if I can make the room on my SD card. The fact that I managed to fit Fire Emblem without actually removing anything on the standard 2gb card is a feat in itself.

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#22

LegendaryQ commented on Team Meat: We'd Work With Nintendo If Meat Boy...:

So essentially, for Meat Boy stuff Nintendo has to show that they want Meat Boy on the console? That seems kinda conceited, especially with a company who has no real obligation or otherwise to do so. I like their games, but this seems kinda silly.

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#25

LegendaryQ commented on Game Freak: The Pokémon World Will Be Evolvin...:

Pretty much everything we've been expecting for the new generation, and possibly some new things.
3D pokemon, probably some more new pokemon, definitely use of 3DS features, possibly use of Wii U features, a brand new region (possibly even something along the lines of how Gold and Silver had both Kanto and Johto)... probably revamped online, probably a continuation of new features we saw in B&W2...

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#27

LegendaryQ commented on Capcom Announce Street Fighter X Mega Man:

Hm. Not sure to be happy or unhappy with Capcom. On one hand, Capcom is promoting a Mega Man game that actually looks good. On the other hand, it's a fan game, and the only reason it's linked to Capcom is because they decided to advertise it.
I'm gonna chalk it up as a draw; the game looks good enough to warrant advertising, but Capcom really needs to actually make a Mega Man game the fans want.

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#32

LegendaryQ commented on Capcom Reasserts Its Commitment To Mega Man:

...so essentially, Mega Man's fallen into a niche in Capcom where they are trying to make games but none of them have a for-sure chance of being greenlighted, and therefore, Capcom isn't comfortable with announcing them?
Because that's what I'm getting from this. Gotta ask, how many Mega Man games have been shot down between the cancellation of MML3 and now?

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#39

LegendaryQ commented on pitchWinPLAY Competition Cancelled:

I heard about this a while back on here, and went over to enter, but ultimately didn't because of the $30 fee. Granted, it's understandable why they had it. A shame, regardless.

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#45

LegendaryQ commented on Feature: Nintendo Land's Potential:

It looks like a lot of fun, though I doubt I'll be playing it unless it is packaged with the system or is fairly cheap. I just can't see Nintendo Land working as a full price retail release

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#48

LegendaryQ commented on Wii U Power Lacks a 'Generational Leap':

I personally don't care about graphics, but I see the point: third party developers who develop multiplatform games are not going to produce a second version just for the Wii U, unless they think they can get a profit out of it. It takes a lot less effort to produce a port of something to similar hardware than to completely different hardware, and as such, less money spent.