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About Jonnas

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    N-Europe Forum Aficionado
  • Birthday 10/21/89

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    Videogames (As if you didn't know :p), Movies and Books.
  • Occupation
    Civil Engineer


  • Nintendo Systems Owned
    GameBoy, GameCube, NDS, Wii
  • Other Systems Owned
    Mega Drive
  • Favourite Game?
    Super Smash Bros. Melee
  • Favourite Video Game Character?
    Kirby «(^º^«)
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    2810 2926 8294
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  1. Fire Emblem Heroes (Android/iOS)

    Me, on the other hand, have barely any interest on getting any of these Picnic units. Sure, Genny looks great, Lukas' voice sounds more than ever like melted butter, and Felicia has always been hilarious... but the laguz banner is still there, dangit! I only have Mordecai out of the bunch.
  2. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    Mass Destruction is coming to Smash! And a stage that changes aesthetic along with the music! Hell yeah! I'm also looking forward to seeing what kind of masterpieces the Stage Builder will allow for.
  3. As soon as I saw FTFTBT on the thumbnail, I knew I was in for a good article. Shame to not see Metroid or Mega Man in the Top 10 (and I was rooting for Wily's revenge to become a dark horse, too), but that's the nature of only choosing 3 games. Quite the surprise for No.1, too (and not an unwelcome one, either). I'm curious as to who else voted for Mole Mania, considering I only gave it 3rd place. Since I'm assuming bob gave max points to FTFTBT, someone else must have voted for Muddy, which makes me really proud of this community. Donkey Kong making it 5th is another point that warms my heart. Biggest WTF moment was Kirby's Dream Land being there, but not Kirby's Dream Land 2. That's where Rick debuted! (Oh, and curiously, this is the second time in a row where I didn't cast a vote on the eventual winner)
  4. Remembering the Nintendo GameCube

    I remember first hearing about the Gamecube in a TV program about that year's E3. Clips of Starfox Adventures and Pikmin caught my attention, since they looked better than anything else in that show. What truly made it memorable was the controller, though. I'm not kidding when I say that odd-looking controller stuck to my mind harder than anything else in that presentation. Even Miyamoto showing off the handle to pick up the Cube. A couple years later, the game that pushes me into getting the Gamecube is Super Smash Bros. Melee. Seeing it in stores, the back cover really made it look fantastic. Plus, apparently Sheik and Ganondorf are in it? And Mewtwo!? Needed to get it. And evidently, that game surpassed my expectations and then some. The rest of my history with the Gamecube has a lot more to be said, but that's how my introduction with it went. It wasn't the first time I was hyped for videogames, but the Gamecube was the console that satisfied me the most. Okay, maybe tied with the Game Boy...
  5. General Switch Discussion

    The age seals, I can deal with (not the first time I've bought German games). But the deal ended literally the next day I could swear I read it would last until the 20th. May have been for the best. I got a backlog to catch up to.
  6. General Switch Discussion

    Ok, I figured out why it wasn't showing for me. For whatever reason, Amazon isn't the default seller for most of the games I was picking, and since the sellers don't show on my shopping cart, I wasn't noticing. I re-selected every item, and now the discount has activated. I'm still unsure of whether I should go through with the purchase, since it's a lot of money at once (and my backlog's already embarrassingly large). It would be a good way of filling my library all at once, but I need to think about it for a bit.
  7. General Switch Discussion

    Apparently, Amazon Germany is currently doing a sale of "Five Switch games for 150€" (these games), but the discounted price is only supposed to appear after the order has been placed/confirmed? There are also a bunch of minor restrictions in place (for example, only Amazon sellers), and it's not clear whether or not articles out of stock count or not (since it would be the same order, but not the same delivery). @drahkon, have you ever seen similar deals from Do you know how reliable they are? It'd be enough for me to know whether or not I can cancel the order immediately in case the discount doesn't go through.
  8. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    Heavy characters in general are more about the mind games than the skill to pull off flashy stuff. I'd say Donkey Kong is the closest to that, since not only must he play at his quickest, he also needs to keep enemies at an enormous-arm's length (almost like a sword character). Ridley is also a very tricky character to use, as his toolkit is pretty unique (but still dependant on mindgames to be effective). Oh, and looking at the list Glen-i put out: Piranha Plant. Not the most obvious heavy, but she's definitely not easy or cheesy to learn. (Though all things considered, I still recommend King Dedede above the others. Dude can glue a Gordo to the ledge) Wait, Ridley's as heavy as the Belmonts? Man, the online community keeps harping on Ridley for being lighter than Samus, but I didn't know it was just by one point.
  9. shocked to see that three of my picks haven't been mentioned by anybody else yet: Mega Man X Chrono Trigger Final Fantasy VI Donkey Kong Country Super Metroid And my 6th game hasn't been mentioned by anybody else, either!
  10. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    Noice. I too dig our flat everyman. Super fun character. For sword wielders, may I suggest one of the Links? It sounds like you enjoy using zoners, and the Links all combine swords with projectiles. Young Link is super quick, and the one who relies most on his projectiles. He plays a lot like a rushdown character in the sense that you always need to be pressuring the opponent when you play as him. Toon Link I'm not that familiar with, since very few players seem to pick him up. From what I've seen, he's a version of Young Link that's less focused on rushdown (since he's not as fast), and fares better with his actual sword (which comes with more reliable kill moves). Adult Link is by far the one I enjoy the most. Sure, he's slower and stronger than the other two, but it's his remote bomb that completely changes the playstyle, and allows for a good degree of stage control. I recommend watching a Link highlight reel to see the sort of cool set-ups he can do with that bomb. Out of all the heavies, it does sound like King Dedede is the one that fits your playstyle the most. ROB as well, if you count him as a heavy.
  11. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    Off the top of my head: Ganondorf seems to be the most popular heavy among the competitive community, and for good reason. His every move feels destructive, and he's known for being capable of killing anyone in about 3 moves. Plus, his sword gives him excellent range. The ideal "strong, but slow" character. Terrible in free-for-alls, though, and his recovery can let you down. Incineroar is my main, and super fun. Plays like a grappler (not unlike Zangief), and good use of his revenge makes him as powerful as Ganon. He's got much better mobility, too. The main cons are his tricky recovery, and the fact that his clothesline might take some practice to get right. Simon/Richter Belmont are heavy zoners, that is to say, projectile-based characters. Excellent range with their normals, oppressive projectiles, and a surprisingly satisfying uppercut. Main con is the terrible recovery, and the fact that you might get accused of being cheap. King Dedede. Have you ever felt like throwing spiked balls at your enemies while whacking them with a long hammer if they get too close? Then Dedede will do the deed. Also, excellent recovery. Main flaw is that he's easier to punish than the other examples.
  12. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Online Thread

    Thank you for the matches Always a pleasure playing with you guys. Not sure if my victory with Game & Watch was cheap or not, but I'm damn proud of it!
  13. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

    To be fair, the autocorrected version seemed appropriate, too. I'm guessing that's the explanation. Seems like an obvious oversight otherwise.