Tetsujin (User)

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Says in the article before the end of the year, however wasn't specific on PC and PS4/Vita or just one platform. #3.2
170d ago by Tetsujin | View comment
The game wasn't bad when it came to the idea of the game, and some parts of it; overall I felt the game could have done a lot better if there wasn't so much hype around it. The CtOS mini game between console and android was fun, and different, and I do agree with the author on some of the points raised especially involving character development.

What's worse, I had more fun playing outside the story than the actual story itself. #3
170d ago by Tetsujin | View comment
The video alone should be included with the article. #1.1.4
170d ago by Tetsujin | View comment
I'd say it depends on the game; if it's a story driven game (Mass Effect) an easy mode for some would put it Story > Game play, then play it on a harder difficulty for the challenge. Fighters can be argued either way for practice or have some sort of actual practice mode. Driving games (arcade or sim) could also be seen either way; to study tracks before attempting racing against people and/or the AI.

Me personally, I'd say it depends on the game, and how s... #5.2
171d ago by Tetsujin | View comment
I've played video games since the 80s, and I don't smoke or drink, or sometimes even eat (using the bathroom is the most I'll do depending on the game). Getting that next level/mission complete is more important than "boy, I could smoke one right now..." Of course I take breaks to eat/drink or other real life responsibilities, however while I'm playing a game that comes first outside an emergency.

I also know some drinkers/smokers, and while I don&... #1.3
171d ago by Tetsujin | View comment
Rival Schools that came out in 1998 was better than SF vs Tekken, and I do agree the DLC was a bit stupid especially with the whole gem setup. I remember buying the version with the Arcade Machine money bank, kept the arcade machine and sold the game the same day (couldn't return it but got $60 out of the $70 paid).

If it was Capcom from the 90s that game would have easily been legendary, or at least under some sort of new technology when it comes to fighting games. #5.2
171d ago by Tetsujin | View comment
"It's not like wikipedia cites the sources at the bottom... oh wait."

At college as a test to prove how broken wiki is with citing sources a few students put some obvious wrong information on an article, and at the bottom had a link that looked legit; problem is so many people actually believed it being true to the point that someone actually took the time to look, and found out it was an actual test to see who was paying attention. Six months later it was fina... #2.2.2
171d ago by Tetsujin | View comment
I'm waiting on Xenoblade X before I buy the Wii U, then I can buy the Zelda Windwaker version with Mario Kart 8 and Xenoblade. #6.1
171d ago by Tetsujin | View comment
Wikipedia is the LAST place I'd quote/use as a resource.

AAA is different between people; some argue budget, time, effort, and resources as "AAA property" yet someone can also argue that can be with any game/project. To me there is no such thing as AAA; there's good, quality games and there's "why was this made again?" It's all based on preference and what each individual would consider AAA regardless of how much the internet wants to arg... #2.2
171d ago by Tetsujin | View comment
I already found some games to pass time until classes start in the fall: Skyrim, Dragons Crown, 3D Dot Game Heroes, Fallout New Vegas, and Tekken Tag 2. On the PS4 Mercenary Kings, Resogun, Infamous SS, and Strider. #5
171d ago by Tetsujin | View comment
Mario 3
Dragons Crown
Skyrim
Fallout NV
Tekken Tag Tournament (arcade version)
Street Fighter Alpha 3
Marvel vs Capcom
Final Fight
Socom 2
Mario Kart 64 #4
172d ago by Tetsujin | View comment
@IT

I agree to a point however disagree overall with your statement. While previous gen can hinder a current gen it also depends on what games are available and what's under contract. One could argue Watch Dogs being better had it been next gen only, while others argue it sucked regardless because of all the hype the game received and underdelivered.

I commend companies keeping previous gen around (especially Sony with the PlayStation). You also have t... #3.5
172d ago by Tetsujin | View comment
Apparently the new thing is if your site needs some sort of traffic, post some type of flame-bait style story (or title), and grab popcorn for the comment section.

I did read the article, and this one is slightly different. This one lists what each one offers, and explains how one has certain features the other doesn't without using flame style remarks. I'd say it's more informative, and tries to at least steer away from the negative as much as possible. #9.1
172d ago by Tetsujin | View comment
Depends on what someones definition of "gamer" is, and how much they care. Personally I consider myself a gamer, not "black gamer," or "hardcore gamer," or "console gamer," just gamer. I like how the article explains different perspectives on what's classified as a gamer with counter arguments from various circles. People will play what they like, and/or suckered into through peer pressure or marketing, and what they can afford.

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173d ago by Tetsujin | View comment
They could revisit London like they did with the expansion from the first GTA. Another idea is to remake 1, London 1969, and 2 using todays technology. #4.5
174d ago by Tetsujin | View comment
I agree 100% and even added a bubble; it's sickening when we're supposed to be happy for our favorite games to come out only to instead read countless hate messages and fanboy garbage.

I also hate how just because some major studio makes a game by default the community is divided by either "OMG this game is missing X and Y" while the other side is "YAY we have A and B" followed by trolls with the usual "It won't sell because..."... #18.1
174d ago by Tetsujin | View comment
Reminded me of the gaming scene back in the 80s-90s; platformers, fighters, and beat em ups. However, each game at least introduced something different to the table, unlike now where the majority of games are the same thing.

It's to the point I'm half tempted to dust off my older consoles just to relive the experiences and remind myself how different gaming was back then as opposed to now. It's a sad day when I own a current gen console, and spend more time pl... #8.1
174d ago by Tetsujin | View comment
The Agency, an MMO like that I would dump so much time into. #15
174d ago by Tetsujin | View comment
About time, hopefully I get to meet someone there this year. #3
174d ago by Tetsujin | View comment
In my early years it was Nintendo/Sega, High School it shifted to PlayStation. I'd say at least PlayStation and Nintendo should stay in the gaming industry for their respective reasons; other companies (excluding MS) either dropped out entirely or went 3rd party, which isn't good for competition or innovation.

I will say though, if Sega ever decided to come back I would give them a chance, the Saturn/Dreamcast had certain games I would kill to play again. #5
175d ago by Tetsujin | View comment
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