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tjhiphop

tjhiphop

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tjhiphop

#3

tjhiphop commented on Talking Point: Online Gaming Can't Recreate th...:

@Xenocity It died out because all rage dies out, it's a very difficult thing to keep going, and people still want to play the favourite instalment in their franchise of choice, despite one thing that might piss them off. I'm certain some people won't have bought a copy due to no splitscreen though.

I find it extremely surprising to hear that people are anti-local multiplayer. I see the opinions of and interact with many gamers on a somewhat frequent basis and I have never seen in my entire life a single person who thought that local multiplayer was a bad thing in any sense.

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#15

tjhiphop commented on Review: Flick Golf 3D (3DS eShop):

@Koapa I don't t think Nintendo are in any way responsible for this stuff. I seem to remember that publishing in Germany was extra expensive for some reason which led some developers to the conclusion that the extra sales weren't worth releasing in Germany.

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#16

tjhiphop commented on Review: Flick Golf 3D (3DS eShop):

@Koapa I don't t think Nintendo are in any way responsible for this stuff. I seem to remember that publishing in Germany was extra expensive for some reason which led some developers to the conclusion that the extra sales weren't worth releasing in Germany.

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#17

tjhiphop commented on Review: Flick Golf 3D (3DS eShop):

@Koapa I don't t think Nintendo are in any way responsible for this stuff. I seem to remember that publishing in Germany was extra expensive for some reason which led some developers to the conclusion that the extra sales weren't worth releasing in Germany.

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#18

tjhiphop commented on ​Early Adopters of Xeodrifter Actually May N...:

@Peach64 Untrue. There are two methods of doing Cross-buy on Nintendo systems, which is chosen by the developer.

Method 1 is account-based, if you've bought the game on one system, you can download on any other system with the same account. This is open to a little exploitation since you can link multiple 3DSs to the same NNID and other people can download a free copy of a game (I think that's what the exploit was at least...).

Method 2 appears to be the method that Renegade Kid is taking. It basically amounts to receiving a 3DS code when you buy on Wii U and vice-versa. This method not only can't be exploited, it allows games to be gifted if you only want one version. That means this method is not account-based whatsoever and is reliant on the code found in the receipt. I can only assume that it is impossible to add a code onto the receipt after the purchase, hence the "technical difficulties".

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#20

tjhiphop commented on Reaction: There is a Positive Angle to Nintend...:

@mjc0961 I want the Special Edition on the day of release, such is my confidence in the game. It's ink-redibly unlikely I can achieve this goal without pre-ordering. Because of this, I've pre-ordered and have no intention of cancelling. There is a point to pre-orders, especially when few of the downsides apply to Splatoon.