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    1. SupahBerry


      Nintendo- Sues fangame makers six feet under


      SEGA- Hires fangame makers with open arms

    2. Milo


      it's (thankfully) been preserved and re-hosted elsewhere

      but yeah, no surprise there from nintendo sadly.

      @SupahBerry *looks at SoR Remake*

      Nowadays, at least....

    3. Blue Blood

      Blue Blood

      I normally try to see these things from the perspective of the IP holders, and reason why their behaviour might be justifiable even if still dickish and unnecessary. But there's absolutely no justifying Nintendo's stance on this.

      Nintendo can eat an entire ass, and choke on a lump of turd that gets stuck in their throat.

    4. DanJ86


      Maybe they want to encourage people to play Super Mario Bros on the Switch online service....or the Wii U, or the Wii, or the NES mini, or the 3DS, or the Game Boy Advance, or the SNES....?

    5. Milo


      i seriously doubt a homebrew port of a 30-year old game to an semi-obscure legacy platform is going to steal away customers from buying re-releases of the same game from various nintendo platforms that are significantly more popular. if anything, nintendo going out of their way to take this port down is only to give this release more publicity than it originally would had gotten had nintendo not done anything at all.

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    The new defense attorney in AA7 looks intense

    1. Tara


      yo ho ho check out me attorney's badge.

      yarr it be a step ladder


    2. Celestia


      A prosecutor with a gun only makes sense after one that had a whip and another that was somehow able to cut you from across the courtroom with his fingers.

      (I always assumed Blackquill was throwing something to do that but uh, the wiki tells me otherwise.)

  2. Castle of Illusion! That's really cool. I was hoping for th- >WORLD OF ILLUSION
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    Top 10 moments before disaster

  4. Having a general SRB2 mod topic is okay. Kart getting its own topic is fine too.
  5. Lately I've been playing the leaked beta version of Paper Mario: Sticker Star, it's insane how much was changed between it and the final game


    1. Zaysho


      wtf there were playable Goombas?

    2. Blue Blood

      Blue Blood

      Apparently the beta version has something called a story and Bowser even talks. Can you confirm this?

    3. Sean


      Yeah and also Peach has an active role in the plot and doesn't whine about Mario not rescuing her fast enough. It's like the writers at some point in development decided that none of these characters needed to be likable or whatever

    4. Blue Blood

      Blue Blood

      Wow. Surely the gameplay must be better in the final though. Like I can't imagine they had a fun and balanced battle current and just threw it out for stickers... Right?

    5. Sean


      Yeah I can see why they threw this gameplay out, it's too fun and it makes the player actually want to do battles rather than spend more time in the overworld listening to Nintendo's crappy meme jokes

    6. Rusty Spy

      Rusty Spy

      wow amazing how much the final game improved. Definitely way too much variety and character in the beta.

    7. Ferno


      AlphaDream didn't want a portable paper mario outdoing the Mario and Luigi games so the M&L team pursuaded Miyamoto to sabatoge Sticker Star to protect their turf

    8. Sean


      Mr. AlphaDream holding onto a ledge for dear life with Miyamoto looming over him unflinchingly

      Miyamoto: "Remember when I said, after killing Paper Mario, that I would spare you from bad Mario RPGs?"
      Mr. AlphaDream: "YES, MR. MIYAMOTO! YOU DID SAY THAT!"
      Miyamoto: -takes out blueprints for a new game called Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam- "I lied."

    9. KHCast



      I thought everyone loved this game. It was a masterpiece and the best in the series, that’s what Nintendo said about it!

    10. tailsBOOM!
  6. I've been playing Super Smash Bros. 64 lately and I didn't even realize its 20th anniversary is this month. I was so excited for its release back then.

    1. KHCast



      *braces himself for storm*

    2. Soniman


      That was a time where games just kinda popped into existence from my perspective so I didn't realize it was a thing till it was out and I didn't play it till years after the fact 

    3. Blacklightning


      As a kid I remember feeling really accomplished just by figuring out what the fuck Pikachu's down B was and how to even use it

      We've come so far

    4. Indigo Rush

      Indigo Rush

      I found out about it through a TV commercial when I was shoulders deep in my Pokemon obsession, so all I knew was that Pikachu was in it and I wanted it.

  7. Paper Mario 64's intro is the same as Sonic Unleashed's if Eggman was the one who became Super instead of Sonic

    1. SupahBerry


      But Mario had the benefit of staying his same beautiful self when he got nailed.

    2. Sean


      His curse, the shame he bore from being defeated by Bowser, was on a deeper, more psychological level than Sonic's

  8. I played a few levels of this and it's pretty excellent. It reminds me of Doom 64 EX, another pseudo-source port that uses the original game's ROM for its assets. It's mostly what you'd expect from a Taxstealth-helmed port of Sonic 3, even right down to having smoother Special Stage graphics. If anyone is wondering whether or not it's better than Sonic 3 Complete or that it usurps it as the definitive version of Sonic 3, I think both versions of the game complement each other well and have their own unique advantages, so anyone who is a mega S3&K fan should find value in having both on hand. I'm sure I'll find myself going back and forth between Complete and AIR in the coming years depending on my mood.
  9. Sean

    IDW's Sonic the Hedgehog

    Oh fuck no we are NOT pulling this horseshit again. Stop stanning for the movies by insulting other arguments or we'll start dishing out immediate strikes. Also what the fuck? I thought this was the comic thread, not Paramount's Sonic fan film by creative art director Ken Penders. Get back on topic.
  10. Earlier today we got some new footage of Project Wight, a game developed by The Outsiders revealed back in 2016. You take the role of a young Darkborn creature, a species of monster hunted by Viking-like clansmen in a grim fantasy setting. It's a deliberate perspective flip on the classical setting of humans fighting monsters, with the angle of sympathy landing squarely on the monsters' perspective. Your kin faces ritualistic slaughter and suffering at the hands of these humans, and your grief fuels your revenge. It's a first-person-perspective action game with some RPG elements. By killing humans, you'll transform and become powerful enough to take down more at a time, but there may be times when you'll need to revert back to your more child-like form. You can also gain abilities via the "death gift" system, in which you encounter your dying kin across the land, symbolic of grief for your species' loss. There's also some stealth gameplay and you'll need to do a number of hidden takedowns on humans alongside barging into their camps claws blazing. Here's the new footage revealed today. Content warning: There are disturbing scenes containing death, torture, and dismemberment of both humans and monsters, including on-screen depictions of humans killing Darkborn children. It is extremely graphic and very upsetting, so consider yourself warned before you watch. There are a lot more details about the game in this Game Informer article, including a few quotes from the creative director David Goldfarb; he (and some of his team at The Outsiders) previously worked on games in the Payday and Battlefield series. The game is coming to PS4/One/PC, but a release date has yet to be revealed. I'm pretty excited for this game for the role reversal and for it shaping up to to be an extremely emotional, if upsetting experience. Kind of gives me some Hellblade vibes too due to being an indie title with the visual quality of an AAA title.
  11. WipEout Omega is good stuff. This and DriveClub almost make me wish I had a VR headset.

    1. Ryannumber1gamer


      Good to hear you're enjoying it. There's a steep curve but pretty fun.

      Wipeout Omega also plays fantastically well in VR, and there was a lot of effort in creating it. They went to the effort of putting in countermeasures and options for dealing with motion sickness, making it honestly a really smooth experience despite how insanely fast Wipeout's gameplay is.

    2. Sean


      I appreciate that I can dial down the difficulty in tour mode and it doesn't affect my ability to get points and unlock stuff. I'm trying to do all the non-racing stuff on elite but I can't deal with the AI at that level especially due to Wipeout being an item box racer.

  12. No, no, you guys don't get to "wrap up" your RP after being told to stop. Seriously, cut that shit out.

    1. Sean


      That includes plugging your RP after two moderator warnings.

  13. Are the WipEout games any good

    1. Ryannumber1gamer


      They’re good, but have a difficult learning curve. It’s a high speed racer, but it’s what it says on the tin, very easy to crash, always running at high speeds etc.

      If you want to give it a go, Omega Collection is worth the pickup, with three Wipeout games in one and a really good VR mode included.

  14. Sean

    Sega Ages Collection (Switch)

    If M2 can add a suspend feature or an easier difficulty for Monster Land, I'd be on board with that. From what I've played of the PS3 version however it's my least favorite of the Monster World games because the difficulty is atrocious even with infinite continues. It went on for a little too long and I couldn't bring myself to finish it despite repeated attempts. I'd be all over another M2-enhanced version of Monster World 3 on the Switch however.

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