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ninjablaze

ninjablaze

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ninjablaze

#1

ninjablaze commented on First Impressions: Bejeweled 2:

This better be cheap, seeing as how it's been out forever, for every single platform available, and doesn't REALLY add anything new.

It's a fun game, but I've already played it on my computer (ages ago), multiple cellphones, and my 360 a million times over

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#2

ninjablaze commented on Review: Sin and Punishment: Star Successor (Wii):

@Crunc
I absolutely agree that games can look great on the Wii, I also agree with you that Punch-Out due to its cartoony colorful cel shaded style wouldn't benefit that much from a higher definiton, more powerful hardware maybe, but not just a higher definition.
This game, on the other hand, just flat out in no way shape or form looks anywhere near as good as even a launch 360 game, but we shouldn't expect that given the technical specs and common sense, so I think you're just looking to get people's hopes by claiming something as far fetched as that in the review.

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#3

ninjablaze commented on Review: Sin and Punishment: Star Successor (Wii):

"Star Successor is arguably as attractive as most 360 or PS3 titles"

I'm sorry, but I literally had to lol at that.

I don't think any among us can knock this game graphically, like you said it's environments are sprawling and the action on screen is never ending, but c'mon, you can't be serious.

Have you played an Xbox 360/PS3 game before?

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#4

ninjablaze commented on Review: Monster Hunter 3 (Tri~) (Wii):

@buffalobob

On the contrary, just because we're on a Nintendo related site, doesn't mean we're all blindly nintendo biased to such an extreme that can't we can't see the flaws of a flawed online system. Personally, I own all 3 consoles, and they're all great for what they do, but it's a little insulting that you think the Wii online experience on the whole is anywhere near on par to XBL (or PSN, which is free, for that matter), just because you have no experience in the matter.

Of course, that's what makes MH3 such a great game. I can say without reservation that it CAN compare to XBL/PSN games in almost every way, which is huge accomplishment, makes for a great game, and hopefully is something other games will learn from and follow in its footsteps.