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megamanrulz14

megamanrulz14

The BIG Nintendo Nerd!

Male, 16, Canada

Hello, my name is Jean-Luc Belanger. I go to Bishop Grandin High School in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. I am looking for friends on 3DS.

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Mon 25th February, 2013

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#1

megamanrulz14 commented on Video: Mighty No. 9: The Animated Series Gets ...:

In my opinion, I'd rather that the famed anime studio, Tatsunoko Production, should be on the job to work on this adaptation, simply because the energetic, but wacky, art style suits the series. The folks there have not only produced those mainly ultra-violent realistic superhero shows like Gatchaman and Casshan, but also produced comical and cartoonish comedies like the famed Time Bokan franchise(Yatterman is in this franchise, of course!)

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#2

megamanrulz14 commented on Fans Plan a Revival of Mega Man Legends 3:

I remember those summer days in 2011 when I had purchased a Nintendo 3DS of my own thanks to a special deal at a local Shopper's Drug Mart in my hometown of Calgary, Alberta. I knew that the Nintendo eShop was going to launch, and it did...without the Prototype Demo. I was hoping that it would come out before I went on a trip to Vancouver within July, but during the trip, I found out that it was cancelled. I liked the petition on Facebook, but it does nothing for Capcom. Why does Capcom hate us so much? That's why we make fan-made titles like this rendition of the game that was meant to be.

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#12

megamanrulz14 commented on Capcom Open To More Retro Remakes, Reveals Fan...:

How about the 1990 Arcade hit from Japan, "NEMO"? It's based on the film "Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland" which was animated by Tokyo Movie Shinsha, and supposedly distributed by Toho Company in Japan in 1989, before making it's way to here, in North America, in 1992.

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#14

megamanrulz14 commented on WWE 2K14 Set To Skip Wii U:

@ArkOne77 Yes, I've heard of Kinnikuman. It was a manga that ran in Weekly Shonen Jump starting in 1979 and became 3 anime TV series which were all animated by Toei Animation(best known for Dragon Ball franchise and One Piece). The first 2(1983-1986)(1991-1992)aired on NTV in Japan, while the 3rd one aired on TV Tokyo in 2002. The 2002 anime was dubbed into English by 4Kids Entertainment(the same company that dubbed early seasons of "PokeMon" and "Sonic X")as "Ultimate Muscle: The Kinnikuman Legacy" which aired on FoxBox(now no longer in service).

Yes, It would be a good idea to market the series without those horrid WWE hurdles. In fact, it should come to Wii U, N3DS, PS3, Xbox 360, PS4, and Xbox Infinity as simply, "Kinnikuman". NFC characters would be a good idea for the Wii U and 3DS version as well(hopefully nothing like the Skylanders' Portal of Power, though.).
It should be published by Namco Bandai Games and developed by Yuke's, whether or not Yuke's LIKES developing games for Wii U or NOT.