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Wii U would be a great console for developers to create RTS games on. This one, as you said, does lack depth, but it's still a satisfying experience. #2
324d ago by robparko | View comment
Not just you, DryBoneKoopa85. Loading times are brutal for this game. #1.1.1
334d ago by robparko | View comment
Those last two things you mentioned are a big reason why I enjoy my Wii U so much. I love watching YouTube videos in full screen HD on my TV and find myself reading articles from N4G on the Wii U GamePad all the time.

Also agree with Richie D; there really are no games that make me want to come back. I'm sure both Mario Kart 8 and Smash Bros. will accomplish that though. #1.1
365d ago by robparko | View comment
I don't support the game because it will follow an episodic release structure, which I absolutely despise. I want to get the full game the first time I spend money, not the sixth or seventh time. #13
369d ago by robparko | View comment
They both seem like major tools. #44
372d ago by robparko | View comment
I agree. Nintendo Stamps would be a cool concept. It would be up to the developer if they want to hide them in-game (like Super Mario 3D World) or have players complete achievement-like activities for them. They could then use them on the Miiverse, giving them a function other than just waving around an ePenis. #1.2.1
372d ago by robparko | View comment
All solid announcements. I am also looking forward to the items in this game as there seem to be a lot of new, cool items to use. #2
381d ago by robparko | View comment
Awesome news! It's worth noting that this has only been confirmed for Europe as of now. #3
395d ago by robparko | View comment
I couldn't help but notice that Ubisoft chose to include a lot of explosions and other effects that make it hard to see the game's visuals clearly. #1.1.4
396d ago by robparko | View comment
Actually, yes, because Nintendo is offering an alternative to the gritty, reality-based titles coming from other developers. While Nintendo's games might not pull high sales figures initially, they do continue to sell throughout their lifetime, whereas the sales for most of those other games drop off a cliff after a month or so.

My point is that there's always going to be a market for colorful games because they are rooted in the history of gaming. Yes, nostalgia may... #2.1
397d ago by robparko | View comment
You clearly don't understand the concept behind N4G. #1.2
407d ago by robparko | View comment
I feel like a bonehead for not inviting opinions. I like to read your opinions to see which games are preferred by the majority.

Will definitely remember to add that to my post next time! #7
408d ago by robparko | View comment
It's hard to get any kind of feedback sometimes, so I can honestly see that happening.

I could have been a tad more sensitive in my replay, alas it is what it is. I apologize for being a jackass.

Yes, it's definitely much better now. I honestly had to strain my eyes before (and I wear glasses) but now I can actually read it.

Good luck with the article! #2.1
408d ago by robparko | View comment
Agreed. Absolutely horrendous choices for text. Make it white and be done with it. #1.1
409d ago by robparko | View comment
Nintendo could come out tomorrow and say "Mario Kart, Super Smash Bros., X, Bayonetta 2, and the new Zelda to be bundled with Wii U for $99" and "core gamers" would still find a reason not to buy the console. #10
409d ago by robparko | View comment
DKC2 does have awesome music. Definitely much better than the first game. #1.2
409d ago by robparko | View comment
I've always found that one to be a little odd. Though, I can definitely see its appeal and think it's an awesome game. #1.1
409d ago by robparko | View comment
To add to the conversation and not just be a big dickhead, Abyss was a neat game on the DSiWare service. Looks even better on Wii U. Count me interested. #1.3
417d ago by robparko | View comment
They published UnEpic, the game was developed by a guy named Francisco Téllez de Meneses. #1.1
417d ago by robparko | View comment
Definitely agree, but forgot to mention its addictiveness in the review. I find myself saying "just one more" every time I solve a puzzle. #1.1
421d ago by robparko | View comment
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