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WayneFatal

  • Registered 3 years ago
  • Last active A year ago
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I've been a gamer as long I can remember. I have a passion for strategy games, role-playing games, and Sega consoles. Life-long Sega Saturn enthusiast! Aside from gaming, I enjoy music, reading, meditation, and late-night meals at the diner.

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  • Avatar for WayneFatal WayneFatal A year ago

    @hiptanaka I hope you're correct. Nintendo has slowly made their way into a niche corner, where once they were literally the word in game consoles. Widening the install base must absolutely be their top priority.

    Posted in Nintendo Switch's Hybrid Nature: Some of the Strengths, All of the Weaknesses?

  • Avatar for WayneFatal WayneFatal A year ago

    It can't be said enough, and Kat continues to champion the message: Nintendo needs third party support. And not half-hearted, here's a popular game from 5 years ago style support. Skyrim is not something to be hyped about. Portable skyrim 5 years ago would be something to have been excited about.

    Nintendo claims to be family friendly, but it's very unfriendly to families. If Nintendo were truly family friendly, then they would cater to every member of the family. Sure, the young kids will have Mario and it's derivatives to play. What about everyone else though? The teenagers & adults in the household would want to play more mature focused games. They would also love to be able to play those games online with their friends.

    Nintendo needs to constructively engage with third party companies, and wake up to online services.

    Posted in Opinion: The Switch's Success Doesn't Hinge on Zelda Being Available at Launch

  • Avatar for WayneFatal WayneFatal 3 years ago

    The trailer made this game look really fun! I'm excited to pick it up.

    Posted in The Strange, Starry Distraction of Tomodachi Life

  • Avatar for WayneFatal WayneFatal 3 years ago

    Ah, the Game Boy. The first game I ever beat was Super Mario Land 2, and since then, I've been a huge fan of Nintendo hand held consoles.
    At this point in my life, I own a 3DS and a Vita, and I would almost go out on a limb to say that I am dedicated portable gamer. I do enjoy console & PC games, but I find myself gaming on portables the most.
    The Game Boy also had so many wonderful games. Kirby's Dreamland 2, Pokemon, Mario, Tetris, Wario, the list just goes on and on. As mentioned in the article, the games that were worth playing were tightly focused experiences that played tremendously well. I hope Nintendo never stops making handhelds, and I hope that they keep classics alive with e-shop!

    Posted in The Game Boy Legacy: A 25th Anniversary Celebration

  • Avatar for WayneFatal WayneFatal 3 years ago

    I'm just astounded that as consoles & PCs evolved to push more polygons, more Transformers games didn't appear. More games like this are what the games should be about!

    Posted in When Optimus was in His Prime: A Transformers Retrospective

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