I wouldn't call Tezuka "someone new". He's worked with Miyamoto for decades.
This review was HONEST. If people read reviews to support their pessimistic views, that's fine. They can waste their life anyway they want to.
Support Operation Charz!
With graphics as old as the series itself, I personally wouldn't have given it a 9 of 10. In my own review I gave it an 8.2, and I'm a huge fan of Pokemon.
Q. What does PETA do to protect REAL animals?
Who's PETA gonna go after next? Santa Claus? I mean he keeps reindeer at the North Pole for 12 months out of the year and forces them to fly around the world in one night! PETA seems to forget about the ACTUAL animal cruelty still going on in the world.
It will come to America soon enough.
Ah, split screen. The only excuse noobs have for sucking: "Oh, wait! Which screen am I again? I didn't know that was my screen. I thought I was winning!"
irk. It's like they let you choose the difficulty in the early stages of that game by which pokemon you pick. Bulbasaur for easy (because the first two gyms are weak to grass), Squirtle for intermediate (because the first gym is weak to water), and Charmander for expert (because it sucks in the first two gym battles).
Actually, they just took the Mewtwo idea and revamped it.
Fingers crossed for Hero Mode on Majora's Mask.
You're one of the good ones, Sephris.
I had a friend who pulled it off. Carry a big sign that says "Objection!" and your good.
Are video games art?
Well, art is in the eyes of the beholder, and I be holdin' a 3DS right now. So, yes!
Why do I hate AND want the Master Chief plush at the same time?
Key word being "could".
The correct answer is "No"
Thank you, Mr. Vaistrat.
I welcome your constructive criticism and will make a note of your opinions if I ever want to improve this idea I had formed years ago and was using purely as an example.
One game that really had me immersed was the Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. It had more of a morbid overtone than Ocarina of Time and the whole three-day span concept kept me glued to the screen for three actual days.
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