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JosepHenry last won the day on February 16

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About JosepHenry

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    Go play Super Metroid
  • Birthday 07/15/1999

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    Drawing, Playing games like Sonic, Ace Attorney, Kingdom Hearts, Mario, Zelda, Final Fantasy, Fire Emblem, Metroid... And creating stories! But only in my mind. Hopefully I'll share it with people someday...
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  1. Go fucking buy Bloodstained.

    1. Tatters


      Only if you buy it for me.

    2. Lord-Dreamerz


      Go humping buy Bloodstained. =p

    3. RedFox99


      I can't rn. Gotta be careful of how much money I spend until next Weds.

    4. Sean


      I'm waiting for Monster Boy to release on PC :c

    5. SupahBerry


      The big thing holding me back from playing that is I've never played a Castlevania game before. I understand it can still stand out from the latter, but I feel if I played the supposed more refined gameplay display in Bloodstained, I might not look towards Castlevania games as fondly if I do them afterwards.


      I have mostly the same issue with The Messenger, though I can't say for sure how much it's similar to Ninja Gaiden asides from both starring ninjas.

    6. TCB


      I'm buying crash instead.

    7. KHCast


      Too busy getting Crash, and then DmCV

      Too busy getting Crash, and then DmCV

    8. Corviknight


      I just spent a ton of money. I can't do it anymore right now. ;~;

    9. JosepHenry


      Yall disgust me :v

  2. I am loving this new "Bowsette esque" trend of making mummy Ganondorf an actual hero and hot

    Please Nintendo make the dream come true

    1. SupahBerry






      Ten Thousand Yeeeeeeeeearrrrs could give ya such a crick in the neck!

  3. DQXI S will basically added an option to "live with" (you know what that means) a male friend and couldn't be happier about that, in such a traditional type game I wasn't expecting that at all. I suppose they tied up and gagged Suyigama Kobo to a chair for both this and the orchestral soundtrack. 

  4. If that's the case, best game ever along with FFVII remake.
  5. I really want this. A game which the vessel for Ganon's curse is actually a good guy because the curse wasn't able to hit him, so he becomes friends with Link and Zelda and both try to protect him from the curse, and even people who want him as a vessel to kill him and block the curse once again. The same fate as the corpse that Zelda and Link find in this trailer. I am absolutely letting myself to a big pile of disappointment but I do not care, this kind of story would be absolutely amazing.

    1. tailsBOOM!


      Why don't we have a thinking reaction?

  7. Can we talk about botw2 for a second

    The melancholic, calm feel is gone

    We present you, rotting corpses, creepy inverted music and heartbeats.


    If this game gets E+10 rated I will be shocked.

  8. Buy Final Fantasy VII Remake with money.

  9. Interesting thing about the KH3 DLC. Hahahaha...

    1. KHCast



  10. Huh, knowing the rumors it might not really be a remake, but a full fledged Threeie.

    1. PC the Hedgehog

      PC the Hedgehog

      As long as they don't consider Nuts and Bolts to be Threeie.

    2. JosepHenry


      The Rare employee part is very telling. He wasn't talking about N&B.

      Funny how nobody talked about this in october cuz... It is... Kind obvious lmao

  11. ... It is NOT a sequel guys.


    1. Indigo Rush

      Indigo Rush

      brand new experience

    2. SupahBerry


      ...It's still looks a little pointless.


      Like, it's a decent looking game I'll admit, but I feel that it could've more unique if the entire game had the Zelda top down gameplay. With the rolling, swimming and rope swinging just gives me the idea that this a Donkey Kong successor, and it doesn't have any real reason to.

      DKC doesn't need a successor, it's already been revived by Retro Studios. The first game being a Banjo Kazooie successor, as blunt as that was, holds more weight and appeal, because Banjo did not get revived.

      I can excuse this for being a spinoff, but this reminds me of "Hey! Pikmin." That was also a spinoff and the real Pikmin 4 is coming, but people still complained how the 2d goes against the 3d exploration themes of the main Pikmin series. It's just... baffling, but I'll live.


      ...Then again, DK and Retro Studios themselves have been MIA since Tropical Freeze, and we may soon be facing the triumphant return of ol' Banjo-Kazooie themselves... Maybe being a DKC clone is the better option after all.

    3. Diogenes


      i mean, it is a sequel, even if it's not "Yooka-Laylee 2"

      i don't really mind either way though. they wanna do a dkc they can do a dkc.

    4. Tarnish


      I'm just surprised the studio lived to make a 2nd game. The reception to the first Yooka-Laylee wasn't exactly stellar.

  12. Yo, SB BFBB is $30?! That's half ofnthe price I thought it would be

    1. Perkilator


      If it means a quality game

      (The GameCube version's $180. I checked on Amazon.)

  13. ... Can't we just settle on "Sonic doesn't have feelings for anybody" and let it be that? It was proven time to time that Sonic The Hedgehog is not a series for romance. Amy has feelings for him but Sonic doesn't want anything with anybody. It just works Sonic being an asexual character. So he is truly the embodiment of freedom. Relationship means commitment and comprimise. Which Sonic wants none. We don't need a love interest for the main character on this one. Kids don't care about it. Neither adults.
  14. Holy shit I love Metroid Samus Returns

    It was such a good game!

    It might be tied with Super Metroid for me

    The new final boss was such a fantastic addition

    Baby Metroid MVP

    It was a really damn good lead up for Super Metroid, the final boss is probably in my top 10 favorites

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