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Response to The Nintendo Club 2010-04-04 06:32:16 Reply

At 4/3/10 05:48 PM, HeavenDuff wrote:
At 4/3/10 05:06 AM, wallrus wrote:
At 4/2/10 03:51 PM, HeavenDuff wrote:

Wow! I really feel like playing Donkey Kong Country right now. That game was RAD !!!
Well then are you able to help me with it ?
Ask! And I will see what I can do!

Have you got 101 % completition ?
Does the kong letters affect to game completition ?


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At 4/2/10 03:51 PM, HeavenDuff wrote:
At 4/2/10 10:31 AM, Auz wrote: At least he's not cheating though. He's just exploiting a glitch in the game which is fair I think.
What do you call cheating if glitching is not cheating?

I'm a big Call Of Duty fan and I can tell you that glitchers are the worst cheaters you will ever encounter.

In my eyes it's more like hacking, using cheatcodes and stuff like that. Exploiting a glitch like he did is something every player can do. Therefore you don't really get an advantage over everyone else.

In online play it might be different though. If you do get an edge that way, then I would say it's cheating.

Didn't somebody say that you could unlock extreme mode when you had collected all the medals?
I know that when you collect all medals you can play on foot in the multiplayer mode.

Seems like fun, but not something I would use a lot probably. Expert mode sounded like a better reward to me.

Yeah I don't like it when they do that either. They did it in the Pokemon series as well. They added a lot of interesting new features in Silver and Gold, like events that only happen at certain times of the week, but completely left it out in the next generation of games. I have no idea why they did that.
I can understand why they would remove something that players didn't like. But when the players think it's a great add... why remove it...

Like I said, I like CoD and was quite happy when they removed Juggernaut as a perk :)

As a perk? Is that like a class or something?

True, but I prefer a good single player though. I don't know any people who would be interested in playing multiplayer with me, so for me a good multiplayer doesn't add much (unless it's with bots and stuff).
Or online? That was pretty much what I was referring to. You know... Call Of Duty, MAG, Battlefield, Counter Strike and all these games.

Oh yeah, I don't really play online games. Never played one, not even Counterstrike. It seems fun to me though, but very, very time-consuming.

But a game that I still like to play sometimes for the Multiplayer (not online) is Perfect Dark on the N64.

Yeah it's got a nice multiplayer mode with bots and stuff. I still haven't beaten all the challenges, because some of them are just... way too hard. Like the 18th which is King of the Hill against two of those Elvis guys. They kill me before I can even take one shot at them.

Fair enough. I can imagine that you'd find this game boring if you expected a typical Starfox game. The game mostly focuses on solving puzzles rather than being full of action.
Well I was not excpecting a typical Starfox game. I knew right from the start that it was going to be a RPG kind of game. I do like RPGs, I played both Knights Of The Old Republic games, Chrono Trigger, Earthbound, Mario Seven Stars and other RPGs. But I really just didn't like the game.

Oh alright. Well the game is not really a classic or a masterpiece so... I can imagine why you would dislike it.

I remember one thing I disliked about it myself is that a few parts were quite repetitive. Like every time you found one of those Krazoa spirits you had to do some puzzles and bring them to some place. There were like 6 or 8 of them in the game so walking towards the same places all the time got a little annoying. I also disliked how every area immediately got blocked once you were done there.

Well it was sort of a Zelda rip-off, right? At least it was very much in the style of Zelda and wasn't much of a Starfox game. I believe that was the biggest point of critique people had when it came out. I'm a fan of the Zelda series though, so I didn't mind.
Strange... I can't see why people would compare Zelda to Starfox. I think they just really thought they had to bring something new to the Starfox universe and a RPG was the best idea they could come up with. But yet again, it was nothing like Zelda cause I liked playing Zelda and not Starfox Adventures.

It was somewhat like Zelda right? I mean you were walking around some country/planet with a magical weapon and a knowledgeable companion, collecting items/upgrades, visiting places, doing puzzles, completing dungeons etc. I know more RPG's might be like that, but I thought Starfox Adventures really had a lot in common with Zelda.

Wait what do you mean? The fact that water works well against fire seems pretty logical to me.
What I mean is that when you put a certain amount of water on fire it can really kill the fire. But have you ever seen firemen trying to stop a fire with their fire hose? These shits are powerful, yet the fire still keeps on burning. What I mean is that fire and water should... IMO, be evenly matched.

Oh wait I think I get your point. So basically if the fire is too large, it's difficult to put it out, even with water?

Good point I guess, but I can still see the logic behind the water > fire and I guess it might also be there to balance the game. Water and fire would otherwise only be strong and weak versus rock and ground. Not many of those types are in the game so water would have too few strengths and fire too few weaknesses.

Also if you had Pokemon Stadium you should've had at least the Red, Blue or Yellow version for the gameboy with the transferpack. I think Pokemon Stadium works better as an expansion for the gameboy games rather than being a game on its own.
It was not mine actually. It was one of my friend's videogames. I think I would have never bought a pokemon game by myself or asked to receive it as a gift. I really just was not interrested in pokemon as a kid. Wait... I'm still not interrested in pokemon... oh well :P

Really? That's pretty strange man :p We're the same age and I remember everybody in my neighborhood used to play the classic Pokemon games. When the weather was good we all gathered outside and played our Gameboys together.

Great times really, I can't believe you missed out on that. If it was just not popular in your neighborhood though I understand why you might have never been interested.

Pokemon Snap is a nice game by the way. I heard they rushed it though. They wanted to bring it out before the Pokemon craze went over, hence why not all 150 Pokemon are in there and why only six courses are available. It's too bad, I think the game would've been really good if it had more courses and all 150 of them.
That game was HARD! You really just had to knew where the pokemons would come out and when to shoot to get the best picture !!!

Yeah I know :p There were a few from which it was really hard to take a good picture from.

The only thing I noticed about the Wii though is that a lot of games actually don't do anything with the revolutionary controls. We had Mariokart, but the steering wheel thing just sucked so badly that you had to play with a normal controller. In Brawl you also played as if you are handling a normal controller. The new controller system just didn't add anything to those games and I think that was such a shame.
In fact I tried playing Brawl with the Wiimote and nunchuck and it sucked so I really just pulled out my gamecube controllers.
In fact I think Nintendo should try to make a few regular games with normal controllers for other kind of gamers. Hardcore gamers really do not feel appealled that much by all this "arcade like" stuff and they would like to have some good games with basic controllers.

No I guess not. What arcade like stuff do you mean actually? Stuff like Super Mario Bros Wii?

But I think the Wii is just the first step into a new direction for the gaming industry though. I think the next generation of consoles will have much better games.
I'm tired of new generations of gaming systems :(
Let me live my life with my PS3 :'(

Ah well as a Playstation owner you have the advantage that they might still produce games for the PS3, even when the PS4 is out ;)

I'm outta characters again by the way, so I'll make another post in a few minutes.


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2010-04-05 15:04:30 Reply

I just want to say that I have officially completed Duke Nukem.

The last levels on Earth seemed pretty easy to me. The enemies were harder, but the levels appeared to be shorter and less complicated. I went through Fahrenheit by the way and not Area 51. Guess I was lucky there.

Anyway, the final boss was a piece of cake. All you had to do was stay relatively close to him so that he would use that weak breath attack which usually didn't hit anyway if you kept moving. Also the polygon appearance looked pretty strange :p Especially when you've only encountered pixel enemies before.

But all in all it was quite a fun game. I might play it again in the future and try and unlock those secret levels. One negative point I'd like to mention though is that the game could've been prettier in my opinion. The N64 is capable of a lot more than the PC was back then, yet this game felt like a bit of a downgrade without music and graphical improvements.

At 4/3/10 05:34 AM, MrSaint wrote: Anyhow, I started playing Majoras Mask (Again) and I am totally enjoying it. Last time I played, I got mad the the third boss Gyorg, and stopped playing. And now I decided to play again, without using any walkthroughs. Gonna take me a while, but I will be okay :P

Third boss is not that big of a deal. Just make sure you keep a good eye on him and move to the middle of the platform when he starts charging at you. Then move to the edge and boomerang + electrocute him.

At 4/4/10 06:32 AM, wallrus wrote: Have you got 101 % completition ?
Does the kong letters affect to game completition ?

I haven't played the game myself, but knowing some of the Donkey Kong games: Yes. I would guess that it does.


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2010-04-05 17:13:28 Reply

At 4/5/10 02:55 PM, Auz wrote:
In my eyes it's more like hacking, using cheatcodes and stuff like that. Exploiting a glitch like he did is something every player can do. Therefore you don't really get an advantage over everyone else.

Glitching is not that easy to do... and it's like that in pretty much every game. You have to learn how to do it. And I always feel that playing legit is way better than learning how to mess with the game. I guess I technicaly could be glitching, but I cannot do something like that. It's just not right for me...

In online play it might be different though. If you do get an edge that way, then I would say it's cheating.

Haha! Go check out Javelin glitch on youtube for MW2, you'll have a great laugh :P

Seems like fun, but not something I would use a lot probably. Expert mode sounded like a better reward to me.

I really never heard of an expert mode, sorry.

As a perk? Is that like a class or something?

On CoD, when you play online you can select specific attributes for your caracter. You have three slots in which you can choose what attribute you want to have. And juggernaut was a perk to give you extra life. You cannot have it anymore.

Oh yeah, I don't really play online games. Never played one, not even Counterstrike. It seems fun to me though, but very, very time-consuming.

Haha! It is!
Do you own any of the most recent generation gaming systems? (PS3, Xbox360 or Wii?)

Yeah it's got a nice multiplayer mode with bots and stuff. I still haven't beaten all the challenges, because some of them are just... way too hard. Like the 18th which is King of the Hill against two of those Elvis guys. They kill me before I can even take one shot at them.

Haha! It sucks that they can aim that good. Sucks that you can't aim down your sight (or hardly can) but that these guys seems to headshot you even when shooting from the hip!

It was somewhat like Zelda right? I mean you were walking around some country/planet with a magical weapon and a knowledgeable companion, collecting items/upgrades, visiting places, doing puzzles, completing dungeons etc. I know more RPG's might be like that, but I thought Starfox Adventures really had a lot in common with Zelda.

Haha! Your right.

Oh wait I think I get your point. So basically if the fire is too large, it's difficult to put it out, even with water?

That's pretty much what I meant.

Good point I guess, but I can still see the logic behind the water > fire and I guess it might also be there to balance the game. Water and fire would otherwise only be strong and weak versus rock and ground. Not many of those types are in the game so water would have too few strengths and fire too few weaknesses.

Yup! I get your point. It's the same exact concept that goes for Rock,Paper and Scissors. Sadly, some kids think they can throw in a "match". But if there was a match then the rock and scissors would be over-powered and the match and paper would be weak.

Really? That's pretty strange man :p We're the same age and I remember everybody in my neighborhood used to play the classic Pokemon games. When the weather was good we all gathered outside and played our Gameboys together.

Haha! Yup, it was a trend when I was like 10 years old. I tried buying some pokemon cards to be like everyone else... But I really just guess that I was not that much into pokemon and all these japaness animations things.

Great times really, I can't believe you missed out on that. If it was just not popular in your neighborhood though I understand why you might have never been interested.

Well, I really liked DragonBall and I was already a lot into StarWars videogames, movies and action figures

No I guess not. What arcade like stuff do you mean actually? Stuff like Super Mario Bros Wii?

All the things involving the fact that you have to make retarded moves in front of your television. It's pretty fun and all. But I think it's limited and cannot replace the great feeling of playing well designed games like Chrono Trigger. I think Nintendo are just putting too much effort on the motion captors and shits and not enough on the game itself... I'm not being very clear I know... sorry...

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Response to The Nintendo Club 2010-04-07 02:20:49 Reply

At 4/5/10 03:04 PM, Auz wrote: I just want to say that I have officially completed Duke Nukem.


The last levels on Earth seemed pretty easy to me. The enemies were harder, but the levels appeared to be shorter and less complicated. I went through Fahrenheit by the way and not Area 51. Guess I was lucky there.

:Yeah, it isn't aht bad, the are 51 i mean, it is just that it can be really annoying

Anyway, the final boss was a piece of cake. All you had to do was stay relatively close to him so that he would use that weak breath attack which usually didn't hit anyway if you kept moving. Also the polygon appearance looked pretty strange :p Especially when you've only encountered pixel enemies before.

Yeah, only thing that i kinda missed was that in deathmatch you can go inside those doors and walk in the dark halls, it would be nice to have that change in the final battle

But all in all it was quite a fun game. I might play it again in the future and try and unlock those secret levels. One negative point I'd like to mention though is that the game could've been prettier in my opinion. The N64 is capable of a lot more than the PC was back then, yet this game felt like a bit of a downgrade without music and graphical improvements.

Thats what i was thinking too, going without music in the bacjground was pretty boring, but anyway i still gotta beat the original Duke Nukem.


At 4/4/10 06:32 AM, wallrus wrote: Have you got 101 % completition ?
Does the kong letters affect to game completition ?
I haven't played the game myself, but knowing some of the Donkey Kong games: Yes. I would guess that it does.

Well, it is going to be a real bitch to find out what i've missed but i nevwer collected all the letters from all stages so...time to get busy with those then i guess.

I'm so pist, i still gotta get myself back to rank 24. Current rank20/24, it is going to be hard because of glitchers and it is also hard to find a good match without any grenade spammers.

Also my big bro bought Redsteel 2 for wii, i must finish that too, only part i don't like in it is that there is those damn anime style graphics, anime in 3D, that just looks so stupid, it can really rape your eyes
.But using that sword is so funny, all you need to do is start slashing your enemies and finish them with guns or just use those cool special attacks with the katana.

But the plot of the game....ughh, what's up with those katanas, in redsteel 1 you need to get Katana Giri back and safe your girlfriend, in this get your katana back and save the village, you're the last of those ......I don't remember what it is Gutara, Gitara ? Sagonari ? i don't remember.

And then i will get DKC and play it like a mad man.

Thank God that Tcon 2 will be released at this fall, thats what has been talked.


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At 4/7/10 05:45 PM, Catflasher wrote: I'm joining!

K great! What do you like?

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Response to The Nintendo Club 2010-04-08 16:43:11 Reply

At 4/5/10 05:13 PM, HeavenDuff wrote:
At 4/5/10 02:55 PM, Auz wrote: In my eyes it's more like hacking, using cheatcodes and stuff like that. Exploiting a glitch like he did is something every player can do. Therefore you don't really get an advantage over everyone else.
Glitching is not that easy to do... and it's like that in pretty much every game. You have to learn how to do it. And I always feel that playing legit is way better than learning how to mess with the game. I guess I technicaly could be glitching, but I cannot do something like that. It's just not right for me...

Ah well, messing with the game can be quite fun as well. But personally I'd only like to do it once I've completed the game and got bored with it. I wouldn't want to beat the game in such a way.

In online play it might be different though. If you do get an edge that way, then I would say it's cheating.
Haha! Go check out Javelin glitch on youtube for MW2, you'll have a great laugh :P

Wait, what exactly happens? Is it that whenever you use that glitch you will just explode whenever somebody kills you? So basically you just become a suicide bomber or something.

Seems like fun, but not something I would use a lot probably. Expert mode sounded like a better reward to me.
I really never heard of an expert mode, sorry.

Oh alright. I must've misheard something then I guess.

As a perk? Is that like a class or something?
On CoD, when you play online you can select specific attributes for your caracter. You have three slots in which you can choose what attribute you want to have. And juggernaut was a perk to give you extra life. You cannot have it anymore.

Oh, because it was overpowered/overused or something?

Oh yeah, I don't really play online games. Never played one, not even Counterstrike. It seems fun to me though, but very, very time-consuming.
Haha! It is!
Do you own any of the most recent generation gaming systems? (PS3, Xbox360 or Wii?)

Nope I don't actually. I've had a Wii for a couple of weeks, but only because I borrowed it from my friends. About two years ago my friends had this idea to buy a Wii together. However, they're not really gamers and eventually they've put it aside and the thing just got on their way. So they decided to go sell it and I could borrow it for a while.

Anyway, I must say that just I don't really have the money to buy a new console. I'm only a poor student you know and 300 euros for a console + 60 euros per game is a fortune to me. The console alone is already like... 1/4th of my yearly income =/

Yeah it's got a nice multiplayer mode with bots and stuff. I still haven't beaten all the challenges, because some of them are just... way too hard. Like the 18th which is King of the Hill against two of those Elvis guys. They kill me before I can even take one shot at them.
Haha! It sucks that they can aim that good. Sucks that you can't aim down your sight (or hardly can) but that these guys seems to headshot you even when shooting from the hip!

Yeah it's insane. I have no idea how to beat that challenge because the weapons available don't really give any room to try different strategies either. If you could get some explosives you might be able to set some traps, but as far as I know you only get pistols =/

Good point I guess, but I can still see the logic behind the water > fire and I guess it might also be there to balance the game. Water and fire would otherwise only be strong and weak versus rock and ground. Not many of those types are in the game so water would have too few strengths and fire too few weaknesses.
Yup! I get your point. It's the same exact concept that goes for Rock,Paper and Scissors. Sadly, some kids think they can throw in a "match". But if there was a match then the rock and scissors would be over-powered and the match and paper would be weak.

What? That's something I've never heard of :p

So I guess match beats paper because it can put it on fire. But scissors can cut the match in two and rocks won't burn. Something like that?

Really? That's pretty strange man :p We're the same age and I remember everybody in my neighborhood used to play the classic Pokemon games. When the weather was good we all gathered outside and played our Gameboys together.
Haha! Yup, it was a trend when I was like 10 years old. I tried buying some pokemon cards to be like everyone else... But I really just guess that I was not that much into pokemon and all these japaness animations things.

I never really got into Pokemon Cards myself, but indeed they were also quite popular.

And the Japanese animation series on TV, like Pokemon and Digimon, were always crap. I remember I watched a few, but soon I found out they were all pretty much the same thing over and over again. Similar characters, similar plot-lines, similar build-up etc.. I have a feeling that they really gave the anime genre a bad name here, which is a shame because there are actually some really good anime movies and series out there.

Great times really, I can't believe you missed out on that. If it was just not popular in your neighborhood though I understand why you might have never been interested.
Well, I really liked DragonBall and I was already a lot into StarWars videogames, movies and action figures

Hah Dragonball Z :p That was really popular here as well once. If I look back at it now, I don't think it was such a great series actually, but almost everybody in my neighborhood used to watch it. It's too bad that they rewinded it like... ten times over here before they finally got to the end of the Majin Buu saga. After that I've never seen it on TV anymore.

No I guess not. What arcade like stuff do you mean actually? Stuff like Super Mario Bros Wii?
All the things involving the fact that you have to make retarded moves in front of your television. It's pretty fun and all. But I think it's limited and cannot replace the great feeling of playing well designed games like Chrono Trigger. I think Nintendo are just putting too much effort on the motion captors and shits and not enough on the game itself... I'm not being very clear I know... sorry...

Ah I think I know what you mean. They're focusing too much on the controls and gadgets, but they're neglecting the more important things. Like a good plot, good characters, good gameplay etc..

Well I haven't played that many Wii games, but I suppose you're right. Whenever I see a commercial for a Wii game, they almost always try to show how fun this can be with the Wii controls and such. You know, they show this room full of people making 'retarded' moves in front of a TV, but they don't actually show much of the game itself. I guess you could derive from that they indeed pay a lot of attention to the controls and not so much on the rest.

wallrus, I'll get to your post later.


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Response to The Nintendo Club 2010-04-08 17:08:31 Reply

At 4/7/10 02:20 AM, wallrus wrote:
At 4/5/10 03:04 PM, Auz wrote: The last levels on Earth seemed pretty easy to me. The enemies were harder, but the levels appeared to be shorter and less complicated. I went through Fahrenheit by the way and not Area 51. Guess I was lucky there.
Yeah, it isn't aht bad, the are 51 i mean, it is just that it can be really annoying

Fahrenheit was a piece of cake though, so I think I preferred that one.

You know which level I thought was a real bitch by the way? That subway level. There was this point where you had to get this red card, but once you got close to it one of those battlelords would spawn behind you and start firing at you. The main problem with it was that there wasn't any space anywhere to dodge his grenades and fire your bazooka back at him. For about half dozen of times I ended up killing myself because I stepped aside and fired my bazooka against a pillar that was right in front of me. He also killed me with his grenades a couple of times, really started to piss me off after a while.

Anyway, the final boss was a piece of cake. All you had to do was stay relatively close to him so that he would use that weak breath attack which usually didn't hit anyway if you kept moving. Also the polygon appearance looked pretty strange :p Especially when you've only encountered pixel enemies before.
Yeah, only thing that i kinda missed was that in deathmatch you can go inside those doors and walk in the dark halls, it would be nice to have that change in the final battle

Yeah, but I suppose the boss wouldn't be able to walk into those halls, would he? He's too big. I gotta say that I think I liked the original final level more, with the stadium being build on a rooftop. Also I missed the dark city backgrounds in most levels.

But all in all it was quite a fun game. I might play it again in the future and try and unlock those secret levels. One negative point I'd like to mention though is that the game could've been prettier in my opinion. The N64 is capable of a lot more than the PC was back then, yet this game felt like a bit of a downgrade without music and graphical improvements.
Thats what i was thinking too, going without music in the bacjground was pretty boring, but anyway i still gotta beat the original Duke Nukem.

Yeah, and like I just said above, I kinda missed the backgrounds too. I read that they removed the music due to a lack of space on the cartridge, but that doesn't make any sense to me at all. I mean this game was brought out in what... 1997? There were already games like Goldeneye and Mario 64 on the market which were far bigger than this game. So why in Gods name the lack of space on the cartridge if you haven't even added music, save options and backgrounds? What's taking up all the space then?

Also my big bro bought Redsteel 2 for wii

Oh I read an article about that in the paper earlier this week. It gave it 4 stars out of 5, stating that using the sword is simply loads of fun in this game. It said the graphics were pretty good as well, but for the rest there wasn't that much special to it.


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At 4/8/10 04:43 PM, Auz wrote:
Ah well, messing with the game can be quite fun as well. But personally I'd only like to do it once I've completed the game and got bored with it. I wouldn't want to beat the game in such a way.

Of course. I know what you mean. I've done some glitches and cheat codes can be a lot of fun :)

Wait, what exactly happens? Is it that whenever you use that glitch you will just explode whenever somebody kills you? So basically you just become a suicide bomber or something.

You have to hold your semtex (sticky grenade) press the button to set it up, but do not throw it, then pull out your javelin and anytime someone will kill you, the javelin will go kaboom!
But that glitch as been fixed :P

Oh alright. I must've misheard something then I guess.

No, you may be right. I'm not a Star Fox pro.

Oh, because it was overpowered/overused or something?

overused and overpowered. When you end up fighting two guys at the same time and that both of them are using it... there is no way you can win.

Nope I don't actually. I've had a Wii for a couple of weeks, but only because I borrowed it from my friends. About two years ago my friends had this idea to buy a Wii together. However, they're not really gamers and eventually they've put it aside and the thing just got on their way. So they decided to go sell it and I could borrow it for a while.

Oh well, the Wii is no big deal though. I joinned this club because I like the SNES and some N64 games.

Yeah it's insane. I have no idea how to beat that challenge because the weapons available don't really give any room to try different strategies either. If you could get some explosives you might be able to set some traps, but as far as I know you only get pistols =/

I hate playing games with bad bots system. An example could be useful here. Have you ever played against these peace sims on Perfect Dark on the N64? These guys who run around and only try to disarm you?

Yeah. Try this... Set all bots to be peacesims, go hide on a multiplayer map in a corner where you can only get attacked from one spot. Don't take out any of your weapons. When you are ready, pull out one of your guns. All the peace sims will immediatly run towards your hiding spot and try to disarm you. Do you remember the fact that you only appear on the map when you fire your weapon? So why is it that the enemies all know exactly where your at?

You see... I hate it when bots are just badly programmed and that when you get killed by enemies it's not because the bots have better strategy or whatever... but only because when you change the diffuculty of the game... all of a sudden, the enemies know exactly where your at... ALL THE TIME !!!
Plus they have perfect aiming and won't ever miss...

What? That's something I've never heard of :p

Never played Rock, Paper, Scissors? (see the picture at the end of my post)

So I guess match beats paper because it can put it on fire. But scissors can cut the match in two and rocks won't burn. Something like that?

Yup...
Rock can destroy both scissors and match...
Scissors can cut the match and the paper.
But the paper and the scissors suddenly became weaks shits :P

And the Japanese animation series on TV, like Pokemon and Digimon, were always crap. I remember I watched a few, but soon I found out they were all pretty much the same thing over and over again. Similar characters, similar plot-lines, similar build-up etc.. I have a feeling that they really gave the anime genre a bad name here, which is a shame because there are actually some really good anime movies and series out there.

Your right. These shit did give anime a bad name... but your also right when saying there is some good anime movies out there :)

Hah Dragonball Z :p That was really popular here as well once. If I look back at it now, I don't think it was such a great series actually, but almost everybody in my neighborhood used to watch it. It's too bad that they rewinded it like... ten times over here before they finally got to the end of the Majin Buu saga. After that I've never seen it on TV anymore.

Haha! DragonBall gets kind of silly with the Freeze saga, The Piccolo saga and Sayans saga were quite good. But from this point on... the whole serie only became redundant. It was always the same shit...
There is a new enemy... Oh! so strong I cannot defeat him!... Than we train and get stronger... we fight again and win!... Then there is another enemy... Oh! so strong I cannot defeat him!... gotta train so I can beat him... and then... you know how this shit goes...
I can only imagine how the situation would have turned out if the first guy to ever attack planet earth would have been Cell...
Humanity would have been screwed up!!

Ah I think I know what you mean. They're focusing too much on the controls and gadgets, but they're neglecting the more important things. Like a good plot, good characters, good gameplay etc..

Yeah... sorry I can't seem to express my mind properly...

Well I haven't played that many Wii games, but I suppose you're right. Whenever I see a commercial for a Wii game, they almost always try to show how fun this can be with the Wii controls and such. You know, they show this room full of people making 'retarded' moves in front of a TV, but they don't actually show much of the game itself. I guess you could derive from that they indeed pay a lot of attention to the controls and not so much on the rest.

Exactly what I meant! The game itself doesn't seem that important anymore. Only the controls matters now...

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At 4/9/10 02:19 AM, HeavenDuff wrote:
At 4/8/10 04:43 PM, Auz wrote: Wait, what exactly happens? Is it that whenever you use that glitch you will just explode whenever somebody kills you? So basically you just become a suicide bomber or something.
You have to hold your semtex (sticky grenade) press the button to set it up, but do not throw it, then pull out your javelin and anytime someone will kill you, the javelin will go kaboom!
But that glitch as been fixed :P

Ah :p Yeah that sounds like a fun thing to do, but aren't there easier ways to suicide bomb yourself? Like can't you just hold a grenade and pull the pin when you get close to someone? In most games you will then drop the grenade when you get killed, but it will blow up very shortly after.

Oh alright. I must've misheard something then I guess.
No, you may be right. I'm not a Star Fox pro.

Well let's ask gamefaqs then...

Yep there is an expert mode actually. You can unlock it by getting all 15 medals in the game. In expert mode, the levels will differ a bit. Your wings will break more easily and enemies will do different things. You can read about it here.

Oh, because it was overpowered/overused or something?
overused and overpowered. When you end up fighting two guys at the same time and that both of them are using it... there is no way you can win.

Because both of them have insane HP, right?

Nope I don't actually. I've had a Wii for a couple of weeks, but only because I borrowed it from my friends. About two years ago my friends had this idea to buy a Wii together. However, they're not really gamers and eventually they've put it aside and the thing just got on their way. So they decided to go sell it and I could borrow it for a while.
Oh well, the Wii is no big deal though. I joinned this club because I like the SNES and some N64 games.

Nah it wasn't a big deal indeed. The only game I was slightly interested in was Metroid Prime 3 back then. For the rest I already had Twilight Princess for the Gamecube and Mariokart and Brawl were a bit of letdown to me.

But by now there might be some more interesting games on the market... I thought Wii Sports Resort looked fun and Wii fit seems to be quite popular as well.

Yeah it's insane. I have no idea how to beat that challenge because the weapons available don't really give any room to try different strategies either. If you could get some explosives you might be able to set some traps, but as far as I know you only get pistols =/
I hate playing games with bad bots system. An example could be useful here. Have you ever played against these peace sims on Perfect Dark on the N64? These guys who run around and only try to disarm you?

I've never heard of them actually :p I find the menuscreen a bit confusing though so that's why I might have never come across them.

You see... I hate it when bots are just badly programmed and that when you get killed by enemies it's not because the bots have better strategy or whatever... but only because when you change the diffuculty of the game... all of a sudden, the enemies know exactly where your at... ALL THE TIME !!!
Plus they have perfect aiming and won't ever miss...

Yeah that's exactly what's happening in the 18th challenge. It's just not fair, because you can never beat the computer that way. Only thing you can do is try to set traps and such, but if you don't get the gear for that...

What? That's something I've never heard of :p
Never played Rock, Paper, Scissors? (see the picture at the end of my post)

Yeah of course I know about Rock Paper Scissor, but I've never heard about the match thing. I agree that it's stupid though. I thought the whole point of the game was that it was balanced so that it doesn't matter what you picked. It was all based on luck. But with this new match rule, you should always go for either rock or scissors obviously. Rock might be best since it's now more likely that people will choose scissors rather than paper.

And the Japanese animation series on TV, like Pokemon and Digimon, were always crap. I remember I watched a few, but soon I found out they were all pretty much the same thing over and over again. Similar characters, similar plot-lines, similar build-up etc.. I have a feeling that they really gave the anime genre a bad name here, which is a shame because there are actually some really good anime movies and series out there.
Your right. These shit did give anime a bad name... but your also right when saying there is some good anime movies out there :)

Indeed. But on the dutch television they only broadcast stupid series like Pokemon, Digimon, Yu-Gi-Oh, Medabots, Beyblade and shit like that. I think MTV once started broadcasting Cowboy Beebop, which was a great series (or so I've heard), but there was no interest so they stopped. Which is too bad, because I might be very interested in it right now.

Hah Dragonball Z :p That was really popular here as well once. If I look back at it now, I don't think it was such a great series actually, but almost everybody in my neighborhood used to watch it. It's too bad that they rewinded it like... ten times over here before they finally got to the end of the Majin Buu saga. After that I've never seen it on TV anymore.
Haha! DragonBall gets kind of silly with the Freeze saga, The Piccolo saga and Sayans saga were quite good. But from this point on... the whole serie only became redundant. It was always the same shit...

Very true. You know I had this feeling that the series wasn't actually supposed to go on after the Freeza saga. It always seemed to me like the original script was only written up until there, but because of the popularity they suddenly decided to add a few more saga's to it. You can see that some things were actually different after Freeza. To give a few examples:

- I think the character drawings became much more detailed and Goku, Gohan, Vegeta looked way more serious than they did at the beginning of the series.

- Before Freeza, characters like Krillin, Yamcha, Tien etc. had some relevance to the plot and were okay fighters. Afterwards they all 'retired' and were only distractions for the main characters. Even Picollo, who was once the strongest along with Goku, didn't fight much anymore.

- The series really built towards Goku becoming Super Saiyan and made a huge deal out of it. After the Cell saga, people became Super Saiyans over the most silly things and you had this whole SS2, SS3 thing which didn't seem to have much of a point. Also, wasn't it first established that there has never been a Super Saiyan before Goku? If you saw how Goten became SS then you wonder how that's possible =/

- You suddenly had all these little side-saga's which had no relevance to the plot at all. Examples: Garlic Jr, Great Saiyaman (Gohan as a superhero), the tournament etc.

- The Dragonballs hardly played any role in the plot anymore. Occasionally they were only brought up for convenience, but that's all.

And there were loads of other things. It really seemed to me like they quickly wrote some stuff after Freeza to cash in some more on its success.

Well I haven't played that many Wii games, but I suppose you're right. Whenever I see a commercial for a Wii game, they almost always try to show how fun this can be with the Wii controls and such. You know, they show this room full of people making 'retarded' moves in front of a TV, but they don't actually show much of the game itself. I guess you could derive from that they indeed pay a lot of attention to the controls and not so much on the rest.
Exactly what I meant! The game itself doesn't seem that important anymore. Only the controls matters now...

Yeah. Well let's hope that they will eventually see this and will spent some more time on the rest in the future.


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Found this. Made me laugh a lot. Your guys's thoughts?


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At 4/10/10 12:35 AM, puddinN64 wrote: http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/19 32
Found this. Made me laugh a lot. Your guys's thoughts?

If this made you laugh......I'm worried about you.....OR then you just got that kind of sense of humor that is easy to maje laugh, unlike me. It really needs to be something super fun to me to make it a laughter.

Though it opens a whole new Discussion. You guys ever played NHL 97 on Snes ?
Damn i love that game, when there comes fights it's so god damn fun.
But i never played trough the games actual Hockey Season. I started to play it when my Wii got broken (took freaking 2 months from the repairmans to even look at it, my wii would still be there but thanks for this nice store clerk i finally got it after almost 3 months).

Anyway I loved this game when i was little kid and it stilll gives me a good laughter when i put the rules off from otions


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Oh and i noticed that Auz and HeavenDuff are talking about that is glitching cheating.
I by myself hate glitchers/hackers. And i know few glitches in Tcon but i don't use them. Glitching is always cheating and it is wrong unless you use glitches that wont give you ANY advantage.
I also accept glitching if you use it only and i really mean ONLY in a glitcher.
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At 4/10/10 02:15 AM, wallrus wrote: Oh and i noticed that Auz and HeavenDuff are talking about that is glitching cheating.
I by myself hate glitchers/hackers. And i know few glitches in Tcon but i don't use them. Glitching is always cheating and it is wrong unless you use glitches that wont give you ANY advantage.
I also accept glitching if you use it only and i really mean ONLY in a glitcher.
But hacking....all i can say to hackers is Go F**K yourself

Fight fire with fire, they say. If you play online games and that someone glitches on you, than you have the right to use any kind of glitch or noob strategies :P

I did try some glitches, but never in ranked matches or to get on the high score sheets. Glitches are made for the lolz :)

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At 4/10/10 02:15 AM, wallrus wrote: Oh and i noticed that Auz and HeavenDuff are talking about that is glitching cheating.
I by myself hate glitchers/hackers. And i know few glitches in Tcon but i don't use them. Glitching is always cheating and it is wrong unless you use glitches that wont give you ANY advantage.
I also accept glitching if you use it only and i really mean ONLY in a glitcher.
But hacking....all i can say to hackers is Go F**K yourself

Fight fire with fire, they say. If you play online games and that someone glitches on you, than you have the right to use any kind of glitch or noob strategies :P

I did try some glitches, but never in ranked matches or to get on the high score sheets. Glitches are made for the lolz :)

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At 4/10/10 04:21 AM, HeavenDuff wrote:
At 4/10/10 02:15 AM, wallrus wrote:

Fight fire with fire, they say. If you play online games and that someone glitches on you, than you have the right to use any kind of glitch or noob strategies :P

I did try some glitches, but never in ranked matches or to get on the high score sheets. Glitches are made for the lolz :)

You sir are absolutely right. Besides i am too lazy to even try to learn any glitches, i know few that aren't even usefull and wont give you any advantage.

There was this one guy who said that "I think that people who are in final rank in Tcon are allowed to glitch"......I was on final rank.....BUT DID I FREAKING GLITCH ? No !

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I have just Picked up Phantom Hourglass and I already hate the controls. It's annoying how you have to touch the screen to make Link walk, they should have left that on the D-Pad. The way you handle items is fine and attacking is good though, just that little mistake that is bugging me. Otherthan that, I'm enjoying it right now.


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At 4/11/10 02:47 PM, dmansland wrote: I have just Picked up Phantom Hourglass and I already hate the controls. It's annoying how you have to touch the screen to make Link walk, they should have left that on the D-Pad. The way you handle items is fine and attacking is good though, just that little mistake that is bugging me. Otherthan that, I'm enjoying it right now.

Than again... Nintendo is just abusing of all these "LOOK YOU HAVE TO USE A PEN TO MOVE!!!111 ISNT THAT FUCK K3WL ??66"

They are annoying... blowing away what gaming really is to replace it by useless adds...

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At 4/10/10 02:10 AM, wallrus wrote:
At 4/10/10 12:35 AM, puddinN64 wrote:

Though it opens a whole new Discussion. You guys ever played NHL 97 on Snes ?

>.>
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Seriously anyone ?

Are ya saying that you never played it ?!?


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At 4/12/10 09:11 AM, wallrus wrote:
At 4/10/10 02:10 AM, wallrus wrote:
At 4/10/10 12:35 AM, puddinN64 wrote:

Though it opens a whole new Discussion. You guys ever played NHL 97 on Snes ?
>.>
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Seriously anyone ?

Are ya saying that you never played it ?!?

I probably did.

But if it's a game that was made for the season of 1997, then I was 8 years old and I have no specific memories of me playing that game, sorry mate.

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At 4/11/10 02:47 PM, dmansland wrote: I have just Picked up Phantom Hourglass and I already hate the controls. It's annoying how you have to touch the screen to make Link walk, they should have left that on the D-Pad. The way you handle items is fine and attacking is good though, just that little mistake that is bugging me. Otherthan that, I'm enjoying it right now.

That's an odd way of controlling indeed. I can imagine it would be annoying. I don't get the point of doing it that way either. I mean, the D-Pad is specifically designed in such a way to make walking around in games as easy as possible, so why would you switch to the touchscreen and make it... harder? =/

Can't you just alter the controls somewhere by the way?

At 4/12/10 09:11 AM, wallrus wrote: Seriously anyone ?

Are ya saying that you never played it ?!?

I don't think I have, but it looks vaguely familiar. Could be that my neighbor had it on one of those game compilation cartridges and we might have played it once. Can't remember any of it though.


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At 4/12/10 09:11 AM, wallrus wrote: Seriously anyone ?

Are ya saying that you never played it ?!?

I'm pretty sure I joined this club a lonnnng time ago... but I'm just gonna say I'm joining anyways.

Man, I remember the old NHL games on the SNES. My cousin was crazy about them and he had like 3 different hockey games on his SNES. I found it hilarious how the screen would flip so that you could see the opponent's goalie when you passed the half line, and how it flipped back to your goalie when you crossed it again.

Even for NBA for the SNES. Any point past half court and just taking a jump shot was an instant 3-pointer... And when you fouled, the sprites would roll on the ground.

Old sports games are just fun.


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At 4/12/10 02:12 PM, Auz wrote:
At 4/11/10 02:47 PM, dmansland wrote: I have just Picked up Phantom Hourglass and I already hate the controls. It's annoying how you have to touch the screen to make Link walk, they should have left that on the D-Pad. The way you handle items is fine and attacking is good though, just that little mistake that is bugging me. Otherthan that, I'm enjoying it right now.
That's an odd way of controlling indeed. I can imagine it would be annoying. I don't get the point of doing it that way either. I mean, the D-Pad is specifically designed in such a way to make walking around in games as easy as possible, so why would you switch to the touchscreen and make it... harder? =/

Can't you just alter the controls somewhere by the way?

If I could, I would have. All the Options Menu contains are Sound Options and some other thing I forget, but no controls. The D-Pad is used for shortcuts, like the face buttons.

At 4/12/10 09:11 AM, wallrus wrote: Seriously anyone ?

Are ya saying that you never played it ?!?

Only sports game I remember playing was NBA Jam and that was cause of how fun it was.


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At 4/13/10 01:12 AM, dmansland wrote:
At 4/12/10 02:12 PM, Auz wrote:
At 4/11/10 02:47 PM, dmansland wrote:

At 4/12/10 09:11 AM, wallrus wrote: Seriously anyone ?

Are ya saying that you never played it ?!?
Only sports game I remember playing was NBA Jam and that was cause of how fun it was.

All the sports games were so fun for the old consoles, so much humor and epicness.

Hmm...Pretty quiet in here. Too bad that i've nothing to discuss about. Hmm...nah. i can't figure out anything right now.


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At 4/21/10 09:31 AM, wallrus wrote: Hmm...Pretty quiet in here. Too bad that i've nothing to discuss about. Hmm...nah. i can't figure out anything right now.

Heh sorry. I haven't been up to much lately. I had a lot of exams and stuff to study for so no time for videogames. Now that that's over though I think I could start playing again. I think I might go give Chrono Trigger another try :)


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At 4/21/10 10:46 AM, Auz wrote:
At 4/21/10 09:31 AM, wallrus wrote: Hmm...Pretty quiet in here. Too bad that i've nothing to discuss about. Hmm...nah. i can't figure out anything right now.
Heh sorry. I haven't been up to much lately. I had a lot of exams and stuff to study for so no time for videogames. Now that that's over though I think I could start playing again. I think I might go give Chrono Trigger another try :)

Exams are real pain in ass. I got this Swedish exam that took 2 hours, damn, well no more swedish to me. NEVER AGAIN.

Hmm.. Hey ! We've been talking alot about classic games and stuff. This would fit better to The Wii Club but it's kinda dead, You ever played Ice age 2 ?

I've it on GC but it is also for Wii, i just loved that game, just like Ice Age movies, Scrat is SO AWESOME !!!


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At 4/21/10 10:46 AM, Auz wrote:
At 4/21/10 09:31 AM, wallrus wrote: Hmm...Pretty quiet in here. Too bad that i've nothing to discuss about. Hmm...nah. i can't figure out anything right now.
Heh sorry. I haven't been up to much lately. I had a lot of exams and stuff to study for so no time for videogames. Now that that's over though I think I could start playing again. I think I might go give Chrono Trigger another try :)

You better do that son !!!

Now that's I'm almost done with school, I know I will have a lot more spare time. I think I'm going to try playing some of the Castlevania games during the summer. Plus, I really feel like playing Donkey Kong Country 1

Talking about DK... anyone thinks the N64 game was shit compared to DKC1 and DKC2 ???

I remember someone complainning about the fact that DK was not a playable caracter in DKC2. Who was it? And do you still like the game even if you can't play DK??

Also, on another note... I really think SNES games music is way better than what pop music industry produces nowadays....

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At 4/21/10 11:33 AM, wallrus wrote:
At 4/21/10 10:46 AM, Auz wrote: Heh sorry. I haven't been up to much lately. I had a lot of exams and stuff to study for so no time for videogames. Now that that's over though I think I could start playing again. I think I might go give Chrono Trigger another try :)
Exams are real pain in ass. I got this Swedish exam that took 2 hours, damn, well no more swedish to me. NEVER AGAIN.

Heh, Swedish? That's an odd pick for a foreign language, or is it obligatory in Finland?

Hmm.. Hey ! We've been talking alot about classic games and stuff. This would fit better to The Wii Club but it's kinda dead, You ever played Ice age 2 ?

Nah, I tended to avoid games based on movies. Only exception being Goldeneye, but for the rest most of those games are usually only mediocre. Or that's what I always hear at least.

At 4/21/10 03:25 PM, HeavenDuff wrote:
At 4/21/10 10:46 AM, Auz wrote:
At 4/21/10 09:31 AM, wallrus wrote: Hmm...Pretty quiet in here. Too bad that i've nothing to discuss about. Hmm...nah. i can't figure out anything right now.
Heh sorry. I haven't been up to much lately. I had a lot of exams and stuff to study for so no time for videogames. Now that that's over though I think I could start playing again. I think I might go give Chrono Trigger another try :)
You better do that son !!!

Working on it right now :) I'm currently in jail waiting to be executed.

Talking about DK... anyone thinks the N64 game was shit compared to DKC1 and DKC2 ???

I haven't played any of the Donkey Kong Country games, but I really liked Donkey Kong 64. What do you think was wrong with it?

Also, on another note... I really think SNES games music is way better than what pop music industry produces nowadays....

Lol :p Almost anything is better than what the pop music industry produces nowadays. With a few exceptions here and there.


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At 4/21/10 03:40 PM, Auz wrote:
Working on it right now :) I'm currently in jail waiting to be executed.

Do you play it on an Emulator?

I haven't played any of the Donkey Kong Country games, but I really liked Donkey Kong 64. What do you think was wrong with it?

Dunno... I guess I just didn't like the feeling of the game. I guess I just didn't like the game going from 2D to 3D... and usually... when a franchise goes from 2D to 3D... the games will be soooo fucking different... the both games will be completely different. I think the only thing that DK on N64 and DKC have in common is the name Donkey Kong in the title...

Lol :p Almost anything is better than what the pop music industry produces nowadays. With a few exceptions here and there.

But dude!!! There is true feeling in the music that was made for SNES games. Chrono Trigger is one of these games that will totally blow your mind because of the music (not only because of it... but you know what I mean :P). Super Mario 7 Stars was another of these games... Geno's Theme was badass !!!

Donkey Kong had one of the greatest soundtrack also. So much to say about all the great music in SNES games !!!