Agents of Shield is on Netflix. I'm digging it so far though I'm only on the third episode. I heard it starts sucking for a while. Oh well, at least Skye is fun to look at.
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Yeah, you did. When you said you weren't sure Open World Zelda was meant for Wii U.Well, besides the fact that Wind Waker HD came out over a year ago (unless you meant new entry), I also suggested that Nintendo use Wind Waker HD's engine and assets to build a new Zelda game if you, you know, bothered to read the very next paragraph. Delaying Zelda only makes sense if Nintendo has something to replace it with because Devil's Third and Xenoblade Chronicles X can't carry a holiday season like Zelda can.
If they release a home console without a proper Zelda entry on it I will lose my fucking mind, pardon my french.Did anyone suggest that?
That sounds like the worst possible thing they could do.
Beyond the few releases we know of for next year, what are your hopes and predictions for what Nintendo will do next with their console?My hope is that Nintendo can continue to release quality software right up until at least a few months before a successor hits then transition smoothly to regular releases on said successor, none of that software drought bullshit at the tail of Wii's lifespan which transitioned to another drought on Wii U. Nintendo cannot afford to let that happen again. Wii U is done, but that doesn't mean it has to go out with a whisper. As Nintendo preps its next console, installing confidence that it can at the very least manage a steady release schedule will go a long way in turning things around which unfortunately, is a long ways from actually happening. Nintendo has to start somewhere and this is as good a place as any.
So would Smash Tour be better if it was fixed or if it was just trashed and replaced by something else?I'd rather it be trashed and replaced with something else. The idea of Smash Tour isn't that interesting to begin with. In Mario Party, you play a variety of mini-games. In Smash Tour, you play special matches and if I wanted to do that, I could do so very easily without dealing with the board game part. It's isn't a good or different enough distraction from the regular Smash matches to be worth the trouble.
That said, can anyone tell me where Dragon Driftway is inspired from?I'm not sure it's directly inspired by anything specifically, but the dragon that you drive through at the start of the track bears a strong resemblance to Gobblegut from Super Mario Galaxy 2.
Having the ability to buy the content from the E-shop without the figure would get rid of most inclination to even buy the Amiibos.Not necessarily. Buying an Amiibo could potentially unlock more than $13 worth of content. At that point, you really just have to weigh how much the upfront cost affects you. Also, I haven't heard that Amiibo are locked to a single piece of hardware meaning if you have a bunch of friends, all with different Amiibo, you could unlock a whole ton of stuff among your group.
Having the skins exclusive to it is fine in my opinion.Except we're not just talking about skins.
I think Nintendo needs to have the amiibo always unlock different costumes/skins for games, along with the other features.What are the other features? That will depend on the game. As stated in the article, in Hyrule Warriors, the Link Amiibo nets you the spinner weapon. Having the content available by another means opens it up to more people.
I think Nintendo needs to have the amiibo always unlock different costumes/skins for games, along with the other features. People pay a lot of money on online games for that kinda stuff.
Then all us oldtimers can brag about how we were into it before it was cool.Look at this fucking hipster.
Jeanne? The tradeoff is not that great. Though i've yet to put any significant time with this character.Yeah. I just like the character. First things first, I want to finish each game once so I don't add to my ridiculous backlog. I'll worry about unlocks later though this is the one I'm most interested in.
Also Platinuming Normal is pretty easy. It just takes some time.Unfortunately, time is a luxury I don't always have. I get a lot of burn on video games playing on the go. When I don't have a choice but to sit at a laundromat, I can make some real progress.
Do research and look up where all secret verses and alfheims are. Then make sure to get a few (Pure) Platinum on easy verses (on long missions there are usually three-four of them that last about 20 seconds), then you can relax and get golds/silvers and it will average out to overall Platinum on the level.Easier said than done for someone of meager gaming skill. I tried the first Alfheim many, many times and I couldn't complete it in time. When I didn't totally screw up the timing on Witch Time, I'd get to the last set of enemies and just run out of time. I think I just need better items/equipment so I decided to forge ahead and hopefully, if I'm diligent, I'll go back to it. I definitely like the game enough. There are certain games I like knowing I completed specific tasks such as Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D. Some of those stages were so infuriating, but I wanted to conquer them.