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Stargazer

Stargazer

United States

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Wed 29th July, 2009

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#9

Stargazer commented on Review: Star Fox Command (Wii U eShop / DS):

I really enjoyed this game back in the day and I liked the controls. That said, I wouldn't buy it on the Wii U as it would look like ass on the TV and play weirdly (more weirdly) on the pad.

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#12

Stargazer commented on Devil's Third Will Be Released In North Americ...:

@FLUX_CAPACITOR - I'd rather list off things that generally suck about Nintendo right now, like going mobile, Amiibo, no non-XL 3DS in NA, embracing DLC and micro-transactions, losing almost all major third party support, failing to make games for certain franchises that aren't deemed profitable enough, rehashing games ad nauseum, releasing an underpowered system with a gimmick that even they can't justify, etc. Ya know, BS that longtime Nintendo fans are fed up with.

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#29

Stargazer commented on Masahiro Sakurai Once Again Highlights The Pos...:

I completely fail to see what was so daunting about creating these Smash rehashes. The template is already in place. There was nothing ambitious about the single player mode, and no one seems to care about the new secondary modes

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#41

Stargazer commented on Review: Siesta Fiesta (3DS eShop):

@MojoBones

There seems to be something a little off with the 3D effect. Sometimes it messes with my eyes on the right side of the screen. I'm not sure if I'm just tilting the system on accident or what...anybody else experiencing this?

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#44

Stargazer commented on Review: Scram Kitty and his Buddy on Rails (Wi...:

@BertoFlyingFox

I haven't gotten super far but I assume some levels have a power up that fits that description.

I don't know what control options you need. Movement is on analog or d-pad, B jumps, Y shoots, L button changes weapons, minus button changes views, right analog moves the camera a bit for the zoomed in view.

The 'needless tips' try to take advantage of the dual screen set-up. You can use the zoomed in view exclusively if you like.

If you can show me a flash game with gameplay mechanics this good and level design this clever then please let me know. Everything seems to be designed with the utmost care to me.

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#47

Stargazer commented on Review: Abyss (Wii U eShop):

This game is very simple yet can be very addictive and mesmerizing. I think it's worth the $2, and the 2-player mode is fun.

I agree the jdarrell that the framerate could stand to be smoothed out a bit but it's not that bad.