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  • Avatar for moochan moochan Yesterday

    @kazriko Vanillaware games always had amazing food. Odin Sphere might be some of the best in the history of video games.

    Posted in USgamer Community Question: What's Your Favorite Meal or Food Item(s) in a Game?

  • Avatar for moochan moochan 2 days ago

    Highly enjoyed your reviews for the SNES games. Some I disagree with but overall it's was a great series to read. Nintendo really did pick some of the greatest with no real filler. While I wasn't thinking of picking up a NES Classic I'm really wanting a SNES Classic.

    Posted in SNES Classic Edition Game-by-Game Reviews: Every Review of Every SNES Classic Game

  • Avatar for moochan moochan 5 days ago

    "It's weird for a company to essentially admit there's a problem and then not do anything about it. " Just Valve being Valve. They seem to always just place the responsibility to the end user. And in the end it doesn't help anyone. They seem to love opening the floodgate and when bad things start to happen all the do is try to do the most backward thing imaginable which involve the end user shifting through data that 99% wouldn't do.

    Posted in Valve Adds 'Histogram' Graphs to Address Review Bombs, Doesn't Actually Solve the Problem

  • Avatar for moochan moochan 6 days ago

    Wonder if it's the PC version like with FF7 on PS4. Since they has a few "cheat codes" like always do 9999 and no encounters. Wouldn't really play it like that but having those might get more people to play FF9 hopefully.

    Posted in Final Fantasy IX is Re-releasing on PlayStation 4 - UPDATE: Out Now!

  • Avatar for moochan moochan 18 days ago

    Would say Yarn Yoshi on Wii U was great. Maybe not as amazing as Yoshi's Island but that's an insane bar to clear. I say everyone should give it a shot. As for the original yeah it's amazing. I get why some people hate the controls but they work beautifully even if a bit on the complicated side at times (run, pick up egg, throw egg in a jump hoping to hit that one shyguy!). But as a whole everything feels new to you or nothing is redone enough that it feels bored. Nice surprise of the bringing it to the SNES Mini and I guess this also means Switch VC (if we ever get it).

    Posted in Super NES Classic Reviews Game by Game #18: Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island

  • Avatar for moochan moochan 18 days ago

    Like when it happened to Spore. If you piss off someone they will do what they can to break your DRM.

    Posted in Group Cracks Sonic Mania's Denuvo DRM

  • Avatar for moochan moochan 18 days ago

    I feel for the guy. That video was like a car crash and I couldn't look away. While doing a full review of a game and talking about all the ins and out is different than something he was doing. I hope everyone is more jokingly than super serious like always. Scores are just random numbers that you feel like at the time. The real bread and butter is the written review because you can actually tell how much a person knows of the game which I guess has way more meaning. Plus there's ways games like Mario + Rabbits which are design for people that never touched a SRPG so having someone unfamiliar with that type of game could actually be more helpful in case you are curious about it and don't want to be too stressed on what is a good place to start. While I do feel gamers should review games (like you need some understanding of movies to truly review movies) the barrier isn't something that should be "you must be this experience in this type of game to review it."

    Posted in Git Gud: On Games Journalists and Being Good At Video Games

  • Avatar for moochan moochan 23 days ago

    Glad to hear the game is great. Hearing Mercury Steam was the developer made me worry. "But Nintendo wouldn't allow them to mess it up!" Other M have a few words for you. Been a good while since I sank my teeth in a good Metroid game but I can't wait.

    Posted in Metroid: Samus Returns Review Impressions: Samus is Such a Badass in MercurySteam's Remake

  • Avatar for moochan moochan 23 days ago

    Vice City would be my place of choice. Everything was put together so well. Just drive around with the 80's music blasting and just enjoy watching everything moving around. It was really the only GTA I could actually get into but boy did I get into it.

    Posted in USgamer Community Question: What's Your Favorite World or City in a Game?

  • Avatar for moochan moochan 25 days ago

    Nindies is a dumb but it's exactly the name Nintendo would call it. I'm more into Golf Story but I always been weirdly into Golf games with RPG elements in them (Playing Everybody's Golf which has it it too and enjoying it). With Nintendo's marketing arm I hope this helps them out. One of the biggest issue indies have right now is marketing. With so many indie games coming out on Steam 99% are getting lost in the sea. So something like this is exactly what indie games need. Happy Switch is the new Vita (Hell it's better since it will have a first party support the Vita never got) since it's something that is really needed right now.

    Posted in The Nintendo Switch Is Quickly Becoming the Ultimate Indie Game Machine

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