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vectordream

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  • Birthday 03/18/1976

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  1. Your right on the mark with this. I don't have a PS4 yet so I can't comment on that part but I totally agree the Wii U is sheer fun in gaming. I picked one up about a month ago and just love it. It feels more next gen in some ways than the X1 and PS4. The gaming pad with the screen is much better than I though it would be. I grew up with NES and Super Nintendo when I was a kid and so glad I picked this console up. I can't put Super Smash Bros Wii U down. Like I said the only one I don't have is the PS4 and was hoping for a black friday deal but not really seeing one that is as amazing as the X1 deals. Keeping my eyes open but the X1 is a great system with good support. Sunset Overdrive was fun and more games are coming. Dragon Age Inquisition has my attention at the moment. @ThermoNukePanda - yeah I am going to get a PS4 for sure sometime soon. Can't miss Bloodborne. You might already know but on the X1 you can use an external drive of any size as long as it is above 250GB to extend your memory. Digital Foundry has a great in-depth guide on this http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2014-xbox-one-external-hard-drive-upgrade-guide
  2. Its not sad its freaking awesome!! I have a collection going as well. I still have my Atari 2600 from when I was a kid and my NES. I need to take my NES apart again and clean it and adjust it. Its been awhile. Wish I still had my SNES. Loved that console as well.
  3. I have it and love it. Spawn's review is spot on! If your 3DS is collecting dust try out Pokemon X/Y. I was skeptical since it seems like they don't really change the formula but this one surprised me. I put in over 100hrs into the game before beating it and still have stuff to do in the game.
  4. Awesome I have never played the first one.
  5. Not a full review or anything but just my thoughts. I have put about 10 hours into the game. I almost passed on this game but I got my hands on X and Y this past weekend and I am happy to report that the game feels much better than the previous installments that I have played. I had Heart Gold on DS and before that Ruby on the Advance. Ruby was awesome and I loved playing that game but I never felt like newer versions were a whole lot different. Granted I have not played them all but just looking at the installments I have not played, friend and player reviews for them, you could tell that there was not a whole lot of changes. This is a game for me that is more fun to play every couple generations where enough time has gone by or significant improvements added for it to feel fresh again and for you to rediscover why you liked it in the first place. That said I feel like this version has raised the bar a bit. The core mechanics are still intact for the series but everything just feels more refined overall. The addition of roller skates that you get early speed up your characters movement and it makes a big difference getting around. In addition things added like the Exp. Share that you also get early, when equipped, allow the Pokémon in your party of 6 to get some experience from the battle even though they may not have fought that battle. This is huge because it was such a grind to level a young Pokémon later on in the game. Lastly, there is a new type called Fairy. The graphics are gorgeous on the 3DS and look much improved with better-looking character models and sprites especially when your Pokémon are duking it out. The camera zooms and pans on the action as you take down your opponents. Above all else the addictive "Catch 'Em All" gameplay makes this a must buy for any Pokémon fan with a 3DS in my opinion.
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