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minotaurgamer

minotaurgamer

Mexico

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minotaurgamer

#9

minotaurgamer commented on Reaction: LEGO Dimensions Could be a Sales Phe...:

Yes because LEGO games and Just dance games' concepts are EXACTLY the same?

How can you write idiotic things like these seriously?! this is way game "journalism" is a joke nowadays. Is like you never ever checked why mainstream audiences enjoyed JD and just say "kazualz!!1 wi!! toys!!! PROFIT!!!" like lambs.

I expected better from you.

minotaurgamer

#18

minotaurgamer commented on Rumour: Metal Gear Creator Hideo Kojima Is Lea...:

Jesus, everybody is crying and whining about this dude. Even Nintendo fanboys (whom he crticized and ignored) are crying for him!

I never liked this dude and his arrogance disguised as humility. He is a broken filmmaker that ended up making pseudo-videogames and only had success because in the PS1 era, the only way to make games was making interactive movies.

MGS is an overrated gem. Dumb story, boring gameplay, clunky pace. if the MGS games were movies they will be on par with Michael bay or Uwe boll's works.

If there was justice in this world, he would end up serving fries in a Mcdonald's or making artsy stupid movies that nobody cares.

And I don't get why we have to know about this dude in a Nintendo news website? he has ignored and dismissed nintendo fans for decades. Have some dignity people!

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#19

minotaurgamer commented on Editorial: Nintendo's Heading For a Period of ...:

I always advocated against the "Nintendo should go mobile" because what they really meant was for Nintendo to go 3d party and have the same disastrous fate it had.

When I read the news I was like "Holy s***t! Nintendo listened to the idiots! AGAIN!" And how I couldn't think that if every game jokernalism pages where repeating ad nausem "Nintendo has FINALLY gone mobile! woohooo!!!" headline over and over again? Then I read the summary at Nintendo's website and Iwatta's quotes and I finally understood that it wasn't Nintendo going 3d party (like the game industry yearns and wishes for) but simply looking for a different platform to expand.

That actually sounds more interesting than what the others sites have and still are reporting because it is Nintendo returning to their original plans of expanding and looking for new areas, like they did with the Wii at first before having cold feet and started listening to the game jokernalists, the industry and Miyamoto and returned to the toxic habits they did with the N64 and GC before.

I am happy for this. Its' like 2004 all over again when Nintendo announced the "Revolution" and NDS. I want to think they finally snapped out of it and is the beginning of the blue ocean they mentioned many times and left it down the way. Add that hopefully Miyamoto will retire someday soon and it may be a new dawn for Nintendo.

I just hope they don't screw it again and start listening to the wrong people..again.

minotaurgamer

#20

minotaurgamer commented on Reaction: The Nintendo 'NX', and Why We Think ...:

Interesting. This kinda reminded me of the DS when they announced it, saying that it wasn't there to replace either the GB or consoles but it was a third pillar...

...but we all know how that ended (RIP GB)

I am interested. Tablets have disrupted PCs and closed the gap between computers and mainstream customers even more than PC's ever did. It was a matter of time they will influence gaming console.

I hope they announce more of this platform this E3

minotaurgamer

#25

minotaurgamer commented on Nintendo Download: 12th March (Europe):

Metroid zero mission is a fun game but I never got the point for making it. To make Metroid 1 more accesible? that was already done with Super Metroid. It was a pseudo-remake of Metroid but much easier.

The last mission with zero suit samus was dumb and only a wait to make sakamoto's creep wishes. not to mention to push his "narrative" bs in metroid.

It's much better than M:OM that's for sure.

minotaurgamer

#27

minotaurgamer commented on Eiji Aonuma Talks About his Journey to Becomin...:

BS. I am tired of Nintendo rewriting history over and over again.

He was hired because he made wooden dolls in college and miyamoto hired for it.

He HATED Zelda for chrits sake! He couldn't even deafeat the goddamn octorocks!

And Marvelous BOMBED in japan. HORRIBLY.

And he got promoted to Zelda? why?

Only because Miyamoto believed the fairy tale that he is a God and every decision he makes (like hiring a doll maker to make zelda just because) is sacred and undisputed.

minotaurgamer

#31

minotaurgamer commented on Hardware Classics: Sega Mega CD:

The sega cd wasn't created to compete with the SNES. It was created to compete against the PC-Engine CD addon. That's why Nintendo wanted a SNES CD add-on too.

Stop rewritting history to fill your fanboy dreams.

minotaurgamer

#32

minotaurgamer commented on Dragon Fantasy: The Volumes of Westeria Advent...:

God, I'm so sick that all "indie" games are retro rpg pixelated otaku sleeping pills or medicore "witty" "metroidvenias" full of puzzles! why no making more fun arcade games?! oh right...most of these losers just want to be "artistic" and "creative".

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#37

minotaurgamer commented on Eiji Aonuma Explains That The Legend of Zelda ...:

I dunno what pisses me off the most: this guy spiting lies or the dumb gamers that believe them. I guess is both.

Zelda from 1 to ocarina of time were open world, specially the first 2 ones. Then came Majora's with its speedrun gameplay and WW with his boring empty ocean and Skyward sword with its on-rails world and now this jerk wants to pretend we didn't notice it?!

The day this guy retires I'll throw a damn party.

minotaurgamer

#39

minotaurgamer commented on A Wild Update on Pokémon Shuffle Appears:

Hey is free, why not? got tired of tetris and dr. mario and I wouldn't pay for a pokemon product (not a fan)

But I agree, everybody, including Nintendo fanboys wanted Nintendo to be like other third parties and here it is. No reason to complain now.