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rayword45

rayword45

United States

Hey whats up people. My name is hugh. yo may know me you may not i could care less but meeting people is fun and it never hurts to have somebody you can talk to. well i can be a good listener if you wanna talk but if not oh well not my fault. But you should talk i will write back.

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#2

rayword45 commented on Ninterview: Smooth McGroove On A Life In Game ...:

I found out about this guy through his cover of My Girls by Animal Collective.

His stuff clearly takes quite a bit of talent, and that cover was fantastic. I'd like to see him attempt a live performance, just to see how he would handle it.

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#6

rayword45 commented on HullBreach Uncloaked Emerges Into View For Wii...:

I'd feel kinda bad saying I don't want to purchase this because I don't agree with some of the political stances of it's creator, even though those were comments made several years ago.

I don't want to purchase this because I don't agree with some of the political stances of it's creator, even though those were comments made several years ago.

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#7

rayword45 commented on Renegade Kid Teases Announcement for "FPS Love...:

I still want a multiplayer FPS with four separate control types

Metroid Prime: Hunters-type
Kid Icarus: Uprising-type (basically the above with flick motion)
Face Buttons to aim (lmfao)
Circle Pad Pro to aim

Then we can see which one is the best once and for all

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#9

rayword45 commented on Renegade Kid Provides Status Update, With Trea...:

Cheap things in Mutant Mudds

-Leaps of faith
-Offscreen enemy placement
-Highly crapluck-based jumps

When you jump in a game, only to hit offscreen spikes which you had NO WAY of knowing about, I consider that cheap. I didn't even think MM was that hard, but when it was hard, it was hard in the wrong way. Thinking about another game, Super Meat Boy did have a fair amount of crapluck jumps, but nothing absolutely terrible in terms of spike/enemy placement.

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#10

rayword45 commented on Renegade Kid Provides Status Update, With Trea...:

@CountWavula I don't understand why you feel the need to constantly bash Shin'en even when it's completely unrelated to the topic.

For the record, there's pretty much the same amount of originality between Mutant Mudds and Jetty Rocket. Very little. But on the plus side, Jett is, yes, prettier, and relies a lot less on cheap level design.

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#16

rayword45 commented on Flipnote Studio 3D Friends Gallery Disabled in...:

This is dumb as hell. You don't shut down a school because a few idiots draw penises on the bathroom wall. You punish the kids who drew them, not the entire school. Nintendo, get your crap straight with this online business. Miiverse is just as bad as Swapnote from what I've heard.

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#29

rayword45 commented on Satoru Iwata - "There Are Some Reasons Behind"...:

Region Locking = More hacking efforts.

Simple as that. For those of us who enjoy homebrew, I'm all for region locking. But then with the hindrance of piracy, perhaps region locking isn't the best idea.

I'm going to say that no matter what, there will be efforts to hack a system. But stuff like region locking and DRM make people want to hack it more.

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#30

rayword45 commented on Review: Gabrielle's Ghostly Groove Mini (3DS e...:

I'll find a boxed copy for cheap now that I read this. A couple of people who I met through rhythm game communities claim this game is actually quite fun.

EDIT: You can find complete copies for as cheap as $12 nowadays, $15 if you don't wanna deal with shipping.

And the boxed copy has a reported length of 4-5 hours so I suspect that's the better deal.

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#33

rayword45 commented on Review: The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3...:

@Five-seveN Ah, a rebuttal. Without any insults! I must respond.

Yes, gameplay over graphics, but for a 10 it should be at least up to par with what the console offers, which this doesn't.

There are other aspects which feel dated, for example annoying backtracking and the infamous side/backwards-jump aspect of the game (which made speedruns so much faster_

And Master Quest I would argue is cheap due to, as I said, trial-and-error and poor level design amongst other things, but hey if you enjoyed it more then me (which I actually did) that's great.

Also, I have yet to even glance at the leaderboards TBH, gotta get all those Platinum medals.

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#35

rayword45 commented on Feature: Our Top 10 3DS Games - Summer 2013:

Mine thus far.

1/2 (tied). Fire Emblem: Awakening/Kid Icarus Uprising (both are sucking up or going to suck up over 100 hours)
3. Tales of the Abyss (Avoiding ports is something I try to do, but this one is a rare game anyways)
4. Resident Evil: Revelations
5. Super Mario 3D Land (not sure, might be something else like Professor Layton)

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#40

rayword45 commented on Evidence of a Functional 3DS Flashcard Emerges:

Regardless of what they put in their EULA, the legal risks of bricking a console through an update is pretty risky.

The Wii only got bricked if you did something downright idiotic like delete necessary IOS's or something, never through updates.
And Sony did brick through updates. You know what happened? Class action lawsuits.

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#44

rayword45 commented on Evidence of a Functional 3DS Flashcard Emerges:

I don't support piracy, but I hope to god that all of you payed for every single album you've ever listened to.

@CasuallyDressed Piracy is wrong, but it isn't comparable to stealing a Ferrari. In one case, a physical product is being taken. The other case is not.

@Shane904 That would be great if the Games N Music didn't suck complete balls. Same with Action Replay or any other Datel product.

@ThomasBW84 They can't just brick your system through an update no matter what they say. There are several legal problems with that (considering you purchased the 3DS and all). What they can do IIRC basically amounts to kicking you off of online games and a dead warranty.

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#48

rayword45 commented on Review: California Super Sports (DSiWare):

@StephenKelly180 If you'd like to hear what the developer had to say, here it is (they're banned from the site)

" The review on Nintendolife is catatonic! How can one compare a DSiWare game with Nintendo Wii Sports?! He wrote that it is a mistake that Dodgeball is played with buttons not stylus? But did not explained how? How you can control a character with stylus in 3D with movement, running, dodging, jumping together with throwing balls at the same time? It is not possible to do with stylus Mr. Kelly! You should think about what you write next time. It seems this guy is a greenhorn and need more experience reviewing games..."