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Luigi

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About Luigi

  • Birthday September 14

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  • Location
    United States
  • Interests
    Sports, music, video games, etc.
  • Occupation
    School

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  • Nintendo Systems Owned
    All (literally)
  • Other Systems Owned
    None. That'll change this next-gen, though.
  • Favourite Game?
    LOZ:OOT, RE4, LOZ:TWW and Tales of Symphonia
  • Favourite Video Game Character?
    Luigi (duh!)
  • Gender
    Male
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Game Info

  • Nintendo Wi-Fi Friend Codes
    MKDS: 296412 / 813899
    ACWW: 5068-6687-8445 : Jordan (Name) : Mintal (Town)
    MP Hunters: 4080-9023-6613

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  1. - Resident Evil 4 - The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker - Super Smash Bros. Melee These are in no particular order. Also, these aren't necessarily my favorite 3 games, but some great games that I believe most every gamer should own and enjoy. Oh, and since the top 3 games is not NEARLY enough to represent GCN essentials, I'll list a few others that you don't have to include: - Tales of Symphonia - Skies of Arcadia - Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance - Metroid Prime 1 & 2
  2. Both Prime Games (I got close, but got distracted near the end of both of them), Paper Mario TTYD, Majora's Mask (damn those glitches and freezing), Skies of Arcadia, and probably a few other games that I rented once but never completely finished.
  3. Not at all. Sales don't matter...the only thing that matters is whether I like(d) it or not. Even if I was the only person on earth that purchased a Cube, I wouldn't think it was a failure because I thouroughly enjoyed the system. Without the cube, I'd have never played games like RE4, TWW, Fire Emblem: PoR, Metroid Prime, Tales of Symphonia, Skies of Arcadia, and plenty of other amazing games.
  4. 1. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 2. Resident Evil 4 3. The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker 4. Tales of Symphonia 5. Super Smash Bros. I would have some Old School favs...but with the technology of today's games, I'm sad to say that even games like Super Mario Bros. can be beaten in a second.
  5. I don't think the patent means anything for the Revolution. It seems to me that since they already revealed the "revolutionary" feature (controller mechanisms), that there's nothing else to reveal. This 3D projection would be quite a big feat, but it's possibly a patent they're saving for the next generation after the Revolution...or sometime in the future. But then again, Nintendo has been known to make worthless patents that they never used...maybe they try to keep ideas from competitors. Oh, and that name sucks.
  6. The signature is simple, which I like. The triforce could be a bit less scratchy, and the font could be a tad more crisp. I like it. 8.5/10
  7. All I can say is that this game is looking very awesome. It looks pretty similar to the original...it's not looking like much has changed, but I don't that much. The new main character reminds me very much of Kalas for some reason. I can't wait for more info on this game.
  8. I usually read Nintendo Power, even though it's full of a bunch of bias, repetitive nerds who don't know anything about gaming. I occassionally read other mags like EGM when I can.
  9. I just recently got the iPod Nano, and I have to say that it's great. The design is VERY sleek and hawt. The quality of the music is very good, and the LCD screen is fun to stare at while listening to some tunes. I love the way things are organized on it, as well. There are plenty of extras, like games and clocks, etc., which are kinda fun. The only problems I have are that the ear pieces are, for some reason, a tad uncomfortable. I'm either not wearing them right (I'm almost sure I am), I have mis-shapen ears (I hope I don't ), or they're just shaped kind of weird. The other problem is the space. Although it's not much of a problem for me, and I have the 2gb one, the really avid music listeners pretty much won't be able to own this or they'd run out of space quickly. The thing I'm worried about is that I'd eventually run out of room over time...but hopefully they'll have a much larger one to purchase by then. Overall, I'd rate this MP3 player about an 8.5/10.
  10. It's hard to determine what kind of 3rd party support Nintendo will get at this point. Most of the next-gen games for X-box 360 and PS3, such as RE5 and Sonic, won't be made to work on the Revolution. I believe most developers are waiting for see that "shell" that Nintendo claims to be making for basic games that don't use the revolutionary controller.
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