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Posts posted by KuroInDistress

  1. On 9/4/2020 at 4:23 AM, Shagger said:

    This is great, but there is a rather baffling catch.

    The games are only available until "approximately March 31st 2021". What's the point of only having these games as an exclusive to help sell both itself and a console only available for six months as opposed to having this game sell itself and the console for years to come? I suppose what they're thinking is only offering the games for sale for six months they'll temp more people to buy a Switch during the launch period of the PS5 and XBSX, but forcing fans to choose between spending money on a Switch and next-gen, people are going to choose next-gen. You can tell this is from the same idiots who thought making the NES Mini and SNES Mini in limited quantities was a good idea, and they lost potentially hundreds of thousands, if not millions of sales because of it.


    Stop it, Nintendo. This idea of limiting availably to increase short term demand does not work out better in the end, it only pisses people off.

    Agreed, I think it would increase sales as well. Nintendo banks on nostalgia alot, and having a certain limited time to buy one of the forefathers of gaming, would make everyone sure to buy it instead of "waiting for a sale" or the likes

  2. On 9/3/2020 at 2:39 AM, Shagger said:


    Pretty much spot on. The gameplay improved in pretty much every way. As aforementioned, went to greater detail in my review, but the issues the games has doesn't really stem from the story itself, more from the way it was told. The original didn't find strength in the unique aspects of its story, to tell the truth it wasn't that unique a story, but it was told with such great pacing that really engrossed you in so easily. The Second game actually does have a more unique, challenging narrative, but it's told in a more jarring and less fluent manner. I can understand why they did it the way they did, and it does work, but not without cost.


    Still, it's a brilliant game, of the very best this generation, and in what honestly has not been a great year for big, story-centric games.

    While The gameplay was indeed solid, I feel like the narrative brought it down a lot. Yes the mechanics were fluid, yes gunplay was awesome. But it needs to come in the complete package.

    Although to each their own, Super glad that you enjoyed it.

  3. Not sure about just loading the game being dangerous. But I do know that back in it's prime, World of warcraft had a huge impact on people who were addicted to it. Deaths, Divorces and unhealthy lifestyles were all attributed to that game at one point.

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