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#1 pierst179
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Please keep all Smash Bros related discussion on the sticky!

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My current impression is that it sucks to have to wait until Monday to buy it.

I was not able to track down a copy of the game yesterday. It seems most stores around these parts are only getting it two days from now.

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Although the Wii U does not have the big multiplatform titles, that statement sounds perfectly accurate.

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It is a weird game.

While it is shallow, it is also very addictive and the game has a lot of content to back up the craving for more and more it is bound to trigger in most gamers.

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Since Sega has developed such a close relationship with Nintendo, why not let them have a shot at the Sonic franchise? Sega might learn a few lessons from a project like that.

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#6 pierst179
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@JordanElek said:

I'm pretty sure the Treehouse localized the game, so that explains why it's so good. If it's some of the Dragon Quest people working on the Japanese and the Treehouse working on the English, I can't imagine that being anything but great.

You are right, it was probably them that localized it.

Well, whoever did it deserves an award or something.

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@roboccs said:

The game sounds interesting actually but I do not have it. Heard pretty good things about it.

It plays a whole lot like an MMO. There is a general main quest to follow, but most of the time spent in the game tends to be devoted to gathering items, looking for loot, and battling.

What makes it so great is how fantastically charming the world is, and how humorous the dialogues are. Level-5 have really outdone themselves in that regard. Most of the lines are truly funny, and the world is a joy to explore. It is hard to find a game this likeable and adorable.

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#8  Edited By pierst179
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Is anyone playing Fantasy Life?

Given I am done with Bayonetta 2, I bought it today. I played it for three hours straight so far, and I think I am in love! =P

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@MethodManFTW said:

@Pierst179: I just bought a WiiU for bayonetta! you using a normal controller? I used the gamepad for two days but went and got a pro controller today.

I am using the Gamepad. It works perfectly for me! =)

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#10 pierst179
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I can't understand why some people who are Nintendo fans look down on this game.

Sure, this is originally a Super Mario 3D World mini-game. However, the concept is brilliant and original, and the fact Nintendo will extend it for 70 levels means we will get a lot of smart level design along the way.