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Sun 3rd Nov 2013

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statnut commented on Talking Point: The Wii U eShop is Raising Toug...:

@PuppyToucher That's the thing. I'm on my 3DS quite a bit. I usually play on the commute into and home from work, which is about 30-40 minutes each way. I generally take it with me 2-4 nights a week, with either a book or my hacked PSP coming the other days. So I generally game anywhere from 2-4 hours a week on it.

Probably will do the Wii U version, just for the DDP points. But it's still frustrating.



statnut commented on Talking Point: The Wii U eShop is Raising Toug...:

Until we get crossbuy (and true crossbuy, not what they offer with the Squids game), the Eshop is always going to lag behind Xbox and Sony's digital offerings. Both companies offer a lot more in terms of quantity (and therefore quality) and in the case of Sony, there's plenty of crossbuy there.

I'd love to buy Shovel Knight, but can't decide which system to buy it for. That indecision has kept me from buying it, despite having over $17 in my eshop account for a while now. Wouldn't be an issue if it was a buy it once and play it on 3DS and Wii U.



statnut commented on Nintendo Download: 10th July (North America):

@Magrane It was called Baseball Stars, which I would kill for on the 3DS or Wii U. I had RBI Baseball, Bases Loaded and Baseball Stars back in the day and the latter was my favorite. I still own the cart in fact.

Keep in mind that I'd played the other incarnations of the series, and it's still my favorite. The Create-a-team and create-a-player modes were ahead of their time, and the hiring/firing screens were terrific.



statnut commented on Arc Style: Baseball 3D Is Up to Bat on 3DS Nex...:

Here's some info from Nintendo's site.

"A fun baseball game for the 3DS that anyone can play! Customize your team and aim for a home run! This is a fun, full-scale baseball game that anyone can easily enjoy, with a 3D display that makes it easy to control. Enjoy 3 different game modes including Tournament, Exhibition and Custom. Tournament play consists of 7 teams. Defeat your opponents and aim for the championship. In Exhibition, you can select any team and play a quick game. You can also enjoy Network Matched via Download or Local Play. In Custom Mode you can customize your players in many ways including their names and even their appearance. There are 5 different ability types including defensive and offensive-oriented types, so you can configure your team exactly how you want. You can also attach pictures from the internal camera to a player so you can model them after yourself and have them compete. Enjoy baseball anywhere, and at anytime on the 3DS!"



statnut commented on Nintendo Pocket Football Club Confirmed for 17...:

Why can't we get something like this but baseball or football (American version) in the U.S.? I'd settle for soccer, but still, why don't we get anything like this? Sports offerings are so sparse on Nintendo consoles it's ridiculous.