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Nintendo Gaming / Re: My EA story.
« on: May 13, 2013, 05:20:40 AM »
From my experience with Need for speed it definitely looks that way. Originally the the EA guy on the phone thought normal online pass codes were involved until he looked haha.

Nintendo Gaming / My EA story.
« on: May 12, 2013, 06:08:46 AM »
I rushed my Wii U set up and initially created NNID that was my real name only realising this after I had played NFSMWU online. I deleted said NNID and created a new one but upon returning to NFS it wouldn't let me play online saying the Autolog was associated with another account. No matter what I tried (deleting the save or even trying the disc in another Wii U etc) it wouldn't help.

After speaking with EA support it turned out this game does have an online pass but not one you get from a code like other systems, its all automatic and electronically done. First time I asked EA to sort it out they said "no so sorry" which pissed me off to no end. I phoned them a second time to have a go at them (I was seeing red) but luckily got hold of an operator who was extremely helpful and for well over an hour we tried all sorts my end and his to resolve the problem. He was very honest saying there was no precent for this situation and that they don't even have a WiiU category for the game to look at themselves. In the end we had to give up but he told me exactly what he was going to do and send it up the food chain and keep me informed via email.

It turned out what ever was tying that disc to my original account wasn't changing in the Autologs website and that was causing the conflict. EA changed the autolog associated with my old NNID to my new one and all was well.

Dont let EA tell you whats what until everything has been covered. Also try phoning a few times if your not happy with the operator you get!

I'm really enjoying this game as well. But I have to be in the right mood for it, not because of its story/gameplay etc but because the load times just kill my patience!

Frank Honey is great and he should get his own DLC missions haha.

I'd pick it up if it ever comes to Europe. Big fan of Adventure Time and would love the collectors edition to be added to my 3DS collection!

Nintendo Gaming / Re: Who's excited for Animal Crossing: New Leaf
« on: May 12, 2013, 05:17:55 AM »
Half the reason I bought my 3DS was because of Animal Crossing New Leaf, so excited for that game. I love games that are easy going and happy. No stress involved. As will all the AC titles, just being able to turn it on and chill out in a serene world after a long day is bliss and a nice way to relax :D

Nintendo Gaming / Finally A New Beginning?
« on: May 12, 2013, 04:43:34 AM »
So excited for all the up coming 3DS releases but being in the EU finally maybe we are geting HM:ANB as well  :cool;

My NNID is Szotaku1822. I'm a film graduate and Nintendo lover so if you ever want to add me and chat/play about such things across the miiverse feel free to send me a request saying you saw my post here.  :cool;

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