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verymetal

verymetal

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verymetal

#2

verymetal commented on Watch_Dogs Delayed Again on Wii U, Will Arrive...:

@vamkar
I think the main reason is because the Wii U is extremely difficult to program for. Almost every developer interview claims this is the case. Nintendo didn't have the best interests of 3rd party developers in mind when designing the Wii U and created a system that was best for them and ignored 3rd party developers. This philosophy will change I guarantee it when their next console is released.

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#7

verymetal commented on Wii U Players Won't Be Able To Join A Clan In ...:

The vast majority realizes that people aren't going to buy a Wii U specifically to play Call Of Duty Ghosts. Why would anyone? When deciding to make a purchase, you want the best version possible, not a hand me down. I am holding on, but it is really difficult for me not trading the Wii U in for a PS4. Nintendo has always had that must have game with every system they released. Not the case with the Wii U . I just don't understand it. By the way, I played Wind Waker 10 years ago on the Gamecube. Been there done that. I think I have a right to be upset.

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#10

verymetal commented on Black Ops 2 Coming to Wii U:

Another reason why E3 was the worst ever. Wii u doesn't announce Black Ops 2, but if they did the Wii U would have gotten much better interest. I can't comprehend it.

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#12

verymetal commented on E3 2012: Our View of Nintendo's E3:

Ok, let me see if I understand this. Xbox showed Halo 4, Sony showed the Last of Us, and Nintendo showed...Pikmin 3! I get it now, I see the direction Nintendo is going in and it is not for me, sorry. I have supported them ever since the NES, but after this E3 (yes, it was very bad) the casuals can have them. I don't get how anyone can justify that E3 was good for Nintendo. I mean when your starving even a cracker looks good, but I am looking for a ribeye steak, not a cracker.

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#13

verymetal commented on Reaction: What Happened to EA and Nintendo's U...:

Based off of E3, how can anyone say that Madden or Dead Space is coming to the Wii U? I think I figured it out. If you want those types of games then get them on the console that has them. I lost all faith in Nintendo after E3, they promised so much and just didn't deliver. The Wii U for the core gamer? Really? They care more about the casual market and basically left all the hardcore real gamers with more questions than answers. A great example is why this article was even written.

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#14

verymetal commented on Talking Point: Why Skyward Sword Sales Failed ...:

@Kage_88
You obviously don't have Skyrim and basing your opinion on other opinions. I am a PS3 owner, and ever since the latest patch there have been no problems. I have a 1080p TV, and the game is gorgeous. At least Skyrim has voice acting - something Zelda has never had. I am not in no way a Nintendo hater - I have and (probably) will continue to support them. Zelda is just getting stale, what made me realize this was Skyrim. They are both fantasy adventure games, but the Wii just has too many limits with the system that ends up scaling down the game. I want Zelda to rule all, and sorry, but that is not the case anymore - I think the sales of the game reflect that. The Wiii U should put Nintendo on the right direction, but I will be pissed if I see another boss with a big eye that stands out (gee, I wonder how to defeat this beast?). Zelda needs to grow up, and by that it doesn't need nudity or blood, no - what it needs is enemies that dont look cute, and a difficulty level that provides a real challenge. Also, 180 plus hours in Skyrim, and I am not even halfway done.

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#15

verymetal commented on Talking Point: Why Skyward Sword Sales Failed ...:

Also, I don't think the time frame has anything to do with the effect on sales for Zelda. Bottom line is this - Great games = huge sales (over 10 million), Mediocre games = decent sales (3-5 million), bad games = poor sales (not even close to 1 million). Again, great games sale a lot, and they also increase console numbers. I will buy a console just to have that one game that rules. With Zelda it is mediocre at best, and that is pushing it. I played it, and was really hoping for better. I would give it a 7 out of 10, and to me Zelda needs to be a 10. Just my opinion, but give me Skyrim over Zelda any day. That is sad to me, because Zelda deserves to be the best fantasy adventure game there is, and it is broke and needs to be fixed.

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#16

verymetal commented on Talking Point: Why Skyward Sword Sales Failed ...:

I am obviously a Nintendo Fan for being here, but I have some negative thoughts regarding Nintendo. First, I have been a fan for too long to remember and have always supported Nintendo. Here is the thing. Nintendo needs to grow up. There, I said it. I own a PS3 as well, and I think that the so called hard core crowd wants more realism in their games. Skyrim is a work of art, and you can tell just by the overall production of that game, that more time and money was involved in developing it. From the graphics to the interaction with the entire world is genius. I think Skyrim has to be mentioned, because the whole time Im playing it, I keep saying to myself that what if Zelda was like this. Zelda needs to change, it has to include enemies that look scary(Im tired of the whole big goofy eyeball with almost every enemy) and there needs to be more of a challenge. The towns and community in Zelda are just so weak. Is that from the limits of the system? Well, with the Wii U - they have better change, or the same old formula will finally be the end of them.