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outburst

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Male, 32, Italy

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#2

outburst commented on RCMADIAX Takes to Twitter to Outline New Strat...:

@RCMADIAX
Good luck man. I'm not gonna tell you to go away or stay. But a bit of advice: ignore the haters and develop a thick skin even more when dealing with them. You handled them professionally well here in Nintendo Life as far as I know. I can't believe you sound like whining and blaming the Wii U owners in general on Twitter.

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#8

outburst commented on Talking Point: That Paper Mario: The Thousand-...:

@JaxonH
I love Nintendo remakes mainly because it uses motion/gyro control aiming along with the visual upgrade. I don't care if it's for the Wii U or 3DS. :p I can't stand using R Stick since going full PC after the SNES, Megadrive and PSOne days.

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#9

outburst commented on Talking Point: That Paper Mario: The Thousand-...:

@sinalefa
Personally, I'd prefer N64 and GC games to be remastered since they need visual upgrade and improvements on gameplay and controls. It's a win win for both Nintendo and the consumers. It's not like the N64 and GC have huge first/2nd party titles. Nintendo releasing VC versions won't give them much profit. Releasing the VC versions first and the remaster version later will just hurt sales. Players especially new ones won't be inclined to buy old games with dated graphics/gameplay. It could hurt their respective franchise too. Why not release a remaster and in the game itself you can access the original version?

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#10

outburst commented on Talking Point: That Paper Mario: The Thousand-...:

I'd like Nintendo to remaster most of their N64 and GC games and forget about their VC versions and move on. Offer NES, SNES, GB, GBC, and GBA on both Wii U and N3DS as crossbuy. Release Wii VC on Wii U and DS VC on the N3DS if possible.

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#14

outburst commented on Feature: The Legend of Zelda on Wii U - What D...:

I just want to say thank the goddesses for the motion controls (wiimote) on Skyward Sword and gyro-assisted aiming on the gamepad. I can't stand playing Wind Waker HD (all fps in consoles in general) on the pro controller when aiming with Link's weapons. The gamepad's gyro controls is awesome for me who came from mouse and keyboard controls. I think it's the reason I quit console gaming back then after the SNES, Megadrive and PSOne when they've introduced the "sticks" on their successors.

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#16

outburst commented on Parent Trap: Mario Party amiibo Toys Get Both ...:

Is the Super Peach really look that bad? Or just in the video? I haven't seen one yet personally. I held on buying Smash Peach, Smash Bowser and Smash Yoshi when they announced the Super Mario line. I may double dip on Super Luigi since it looks better than Smash Luigi. Maybe Mario too.

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#22

outburst commented on Tachyon Project Blasting to Wii U for Some Twi...:

@Quorthon
Nope, I just got a N3DS. I've never been into handheld since the Game & Watch and early Gameboy days. I'll check it out. Thanks!

But looking into some YouTube videos, it's a FPS? I'm not into FPS if it's not mouse keyboard or gyro-assisted aiming. Is it on 3D?

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#29

outburst commented on Iwata: Nintendo NX Will Surprise People And Ch...:

@Quorthon
I still don't see why would someone say the gamepad damaged the Wii U. The problem with the Wii is that it didn't include the CCPro. The Wii U gamepad is basically a pro controller with gyro and a touchscreen attached. Pikmin 3 and Kirby U uses it the best IMO more than Zombi U and Rayman.

And are you blaming early Wii U adopters for not supporting Ubisoft's ZombiU? Zombi U bombed because it's a horror game. If there is to blame, it's Ubisoft themselves. They should have gone with Rayman Legends at launch as exclusive then announced it's going multiplat 9 months later.

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#31

outburst commented on Iwata: Nintendo NX Will Surprise People And Ch...:

@MysticX
The Wii U launched for like 300 bucks and the competition for 400 & 500. Nintendo could have added more power for additional 100-200 bucks on the price while retaining the gamepad. Also sometimes innovation is a double edge sword. You risk things or sacrifice one thing. I personally don't think the gamepad is at fault. The gamepad is awesome. It just didn't have a huge wow factor at first glance. I didn't mind it when I bought one. You won't actually realize it's awesome until you own and use one.

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#32

outburst commented on Iwata: Nintendo NX Will Surprise People And Ch...:

@JaxonH
I meant Yorumi. Anyway, I think the main reason the WiiU isn't selling while the PS4 do is that the Wii U was on par graphically with the PS3 and X360 when it was releases. No reason to upgrade or jump to Nintendo. There was little or no wow factor on the gamepad like the wiimote did on the Wii. The PS4 and X1 did with a huge leap on graphics and it wowed the console gamers. The PS4 is better that's why you see the PS4 leading (also because XBox shot themselves on their always kinnected announcement). I mean look at the latest poll on why gamers preferred the PS4. "Better resolution/graphics".

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#33

outburst commented on Iwata: Nintendo NX Will Surprise People And Ch...:

@JaxonH
You were arguing with someone who thinks Nintendo should go full 3rd party based on his comments on the other DeNA article.

Also to all Gamepad haters who says it's a gimmick: it's actually what's keeping the Wii U alive. And it's the best feature of the hardware. Remove it and try to compare to the PS4 sand XOne and look where it stands.

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#35

outburst commented on Preview: We Take Aim at Splatoon to See if It ...:

I think this is the game that has the biggest potential to sell Wii U consoles more than MK8 or Smash combined. They better put a lot of resources on this. Offer vast character customizations (clothes, weapons, details), polished gameplay both local and online, interesting and well thought lore, then heavily hype and advertise it. You can't find anything like this from the competition. Also they better support it until the Wii U's lifespan. More DLCs, more maps, more game modes to keep it fresh.

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#36

outburst commented on Iwata: Nintendo NX Will Surprise People And Ch...:

The gospel according to @JaxonH. Preach! If Nintendo Life will implement friend/follow system, you'd be the first on my list. Thank you!

Q, Y and the occasional G here are spreading negativity in the comments section like they always do in every related articles. 'Makes me think they are plants/propagandists.

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#40

outburst commented on Elliot Quest Patch Adds Several Additional Con...:

@gatorboi352
Troll on. We like the gamepad features. Gyro controls (I personally hate right stick aiming), easier for browsing, inventory management and off-tv play. It's just a pro controller with more features. You don't want to use it? Buy a pro controller. Get over it.

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#42

outburst commented on Zelda Lookalike Oceanhorn: Monster Of Uncharte...:

I've watched the video and I'm currently nearing the climax of Wind Waker HD. Yeah it's a ripoff. The world, gameplay movement/combat, and a kid protagonist. Even the developer is a bit Anouma clone. :p I still want it on the Wii U though.

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#44

outburst commented on Poll: Where Do You Stand On DeNA, Smart Device...:

@kobashi100
Except he won't find the "premium" experience he'll find in a dedicated Nintendo console. He'll find out later that his favorite Mario platformer or Pokemon RPG are only on the Nintendo hardware.

Ragarding the gamepad, you can always buy a pro controller if you don't like it. But most of us like it. It's convenient to use for browsing the web, eShop, map, inventory, etc. I like the gyro controls too over the R Stick for FPS aiming. Nintendo would be stupid not to include one on the Wii U. If a developer would utilize the gamepad, he's 100 sure every Wii U console has one so no risk of losing a possible buyer if he wish to utilize the gamepad features. One big mistake of Nintendo is not including a high capacity storage. Common users aren't inclined to buy an external hard disk. Let alone a Y cable to complicate things.

That's why Nintendo would never go full 3rd-party (as long as they have plenty of money/resources). They design their games on their hardware and vice versa. They aren't limited to what their hardware has to offer because they could modify the OS or the hardware as they see fit.

The Wii U isn't doing well not because of the gamepad. I think it's primarily because it isn't graphically superior by a huge margin against the X360 and PS3 when it was released so no point to jump or upgrade. Not to mention the Wii U naming which is confusing. And thirdly the architecture is different making it difficult to port games. The wii u succesor should be graphically superior by a huge margin than the PS4 and XOne, it should be easy to develop games, a sizeable hard drive and a good name if they want to win 3rd parties back.

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#45

outburst commented on Poll: Where Do You Stand On DeNA, Smart Device...:

@Gelantious
Going with the mobile market with hundreds of millions, if not billion, of users will help Nintendo brand awareness. Parents will just hand their kids tablets or phones to play with right now and won't bother buying them dedicated gsme consoles. Now if Nintendo could pull these parents or kids into buying NX then it's awin win.

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#46

outburst commented on Poll: Where Do You Stand On DeNA, Smart Device...:

I'm excited about what's NeXt. Will it be the Nintendo 3DX? Or the Nintendo Wii X? :p I just hope it'll be graphically capable and be 3rd-party friendly. Regarding DeNA, let's see what they can bring to complement Nintendo.

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#50

outburst commented on Mobile Developers Extremely Positive About Nin...:

What would be crazy is if some mobile publishers/developers would rush to release games and patent words that could potentially be used by Nintendo and ask some royalties later. I'm looking at you King for the word "Saga" or was it "Candy"? :D