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teros

teros

Australia

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Sun 8th January, 2012

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teros

#2

teros commented on Picked Up A Pre-Owned Wii U Console? You Could...:

Ok I'm not sure on this so maybe someone may help me understand about games tied to systems and accounts. If Sony with there psn tied accounts shut down one day and we all know Sony is in dept can we still play all the games we downloaded if psn is no more? I think not. On the other hand if Nintendo goes down with there system tied games I'm thinking we would still have access to all our games unless the system breakers down which could easily be repaired. So I'm thinking maybe nintendos system is better in the long run.

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#3

teros commented on Review: Flipper 2: Flush the Goldfish (DSiWare):

@HugoSmits thanx for responding it really is a great game, I play so many games these days and they get stale so quick and can't seen to hold my attention , your game brought me back to my child hood days when I first started playing games on the commodore 64. This is far from a earthworm Jim ripoff, it has a unique old school feel to it and worth every penny.

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#4

teros commented on Review: Flipper 2: Flush the Goldfish (DSiWare):

I gave this game a 5 star rating at the e shop. I had a fun time playing it, it has a great old school feel to it, however I'm starting to regret my rating because I can't seem to understand how the scoring system works in the game. The better I do the worse I seem to score, the more I struggle to get through an area be it the story or random castle mode the better score I get. For example, 1st play through story mode took a while to get through and it was a struggle, 2nd play through finished much quicker with less button hits and deaths scored much less than my 1st play through. It just seems all over the place to me and the main reason to keep playing is to Beat your best score. I just don't get it???. Dose any one else notice this issue or could someone please explain to me how the scoring works? @Hugosmits. I'm I right to say that you need to die in areas where you score more and redo the same areas to get a higher score?