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Conando last won the day on January 17 2013

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    Video Games, Anime(specifically One Piece and Gundam), manga(specifically One Piece), Comedies (Futurama, Louie, Archer, The Simpsons, etc), Mystery Science Theater 3000, Conan O'Brien (COCO!), FOOD.
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  1. I was a tad skeptical about DigitalFoundry's comments on the Windows version of N. Sane Trilogy. Holy shit, it really does feel better than the other versions thanks to the fps boost.

  2. NISA manages to continue to prove they're fucking shit at everything. They somehow broke the Switch Port of YS 8 where it hangs on checking for DLC forever. They say they'll fix it in a patch, but I'm sure they'll break something else.

    1. Teoskaven


      I feel so sorry for XSEED since they did such majestic job in translating the mountains of text of Falcom games for years and right when they started gaining success NISA swept their work and turned it to shit.

    2. Sean


      I'll never forget how in America, beating the Wii version of Rodea bricks your system because they forgot to program the game going to credits

    3. Zaysho


      I didn't know there were other problems with the Switch port. I've heard the localization still has problems despite this supposedly being from the updated version. That's disappointing, but hopefully it gets fixed.

    4. Space☆Yeow


      @Sean Wait what? I've never heard of that happening.

    5. Mad Convoy

      Mad Convoy



      C'mon, seriously? I could understand if the game merely forgot to pull up the English version's credits and instead crashed, froze, or showed the Japanese version's credits, or even if the issue only happened if you got to the end of the game by some weird sequence breaking or something. But just straight up not having any credits to go to? Which somehow causes the whole console to come crashing down on itself, hence implying that this localization doesn't have even basic exception handling for situations like this which the playtesters undoubtedly encountered at some point? 

      That goes way beyond a simple developer oversight and straight into willful ignorance territory.

  3. My god. They've been Sora'd! Seriously though, I think it's just a Pirates thing.
  4. I don't think Nintendo explained it well, but Funky Mode as DK is equivalent to the new mode in DKCR3D. A slighlty more relaxed version of the original game. So if people want more hit points for those long ass boss fights, but don't want to ignore all the stage gimmicks, then that's a safe choice.

  5. Sometimes I still think about how Odyssey exposed Bowser as a massive weeaboo.

  6. Beat Yakuza 6. Gonna shelf it for now because I wasn't feeling the remaining substories I had, they were tied to hostesses and the baseball manager. Did at least get to take on Amon without doing those though.

  7. Consider me interested in another Sonic Racing game if it ends up like the All Stars ones. Also, MANIA DLC HOLY SHIT.

  8. Conando

    TMNT Goes Nickelodeon

    Wait...John Cena? I'm...not sure how to take that. It's kind of funny, but holy shit does Drax look like a generic anime villain. Not quite sure why they couldn't just go with Shredder. I can understand wanting to try some new things, but they're throwing out pretty much everything that makes the turtles the turtles.
  9. All I can say about this, is this now gives all of us a reason to post the horribly corny musical segments. Actually thinking on it, this seemed to be a thing with a lot of game cartoons at the time, especially the ones produced in France. Was there some kind of RULE where there had to be musical numbers? Edit: One depressed Dong for the road.
  10. Conando

    Crash Bandicoot: N-Sane Trilogy (2017)

    Not ashamed to say I double dipped. I can't resist having the original Crash games in portable format. Well, in portable format that isn't just emulation. Yep, Switch has allowed DLC, and season passes, since day 1.
  11. It's not really. If XCOM is considered a rpg, then what even IS a rpg. It's a tactics game.
  12. I really like BiS, but I can't just sit here and say it doesn't piss me off that they're still keeping the 3DS on life support for another year. I really want to see a Mario RPG on Switch, and with this happening that's not likely until 2020 at the earliest. It's not like Paper Mario is a RPG anymore, so M & L is the only way to scratch the itch.
  13. Conando

    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (December 7th)

    How is that really that farfetched, though? Melee was released a year and a half after the original. Brawl was released a year and a half after Wii was launched. Smash 4 is the only outlier in how long it actually was in development. (The end of 2018 would be 1 and a half years after Switch's launch). Not to mention that if Sakurai is saying in his tweet that the game is just NOW in the development stages where he felt safe to announce it, I'd have to say that it's barely going to recognizable if it IS a Smash 4 port. Not gonna happen. Gonna come off as a dick, but Undertale isn't something that has the kind of clout to actually be in Smash Bros.
  14. Conando

    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (December 7th)

    The main reason to think it's not just a simple Smash 4 port is due to the trailer being incredibly cryptic. I mean, it's possible they're just being assholes but what's the point in obscuring everyone in shadow, playing a different song from the regular Smash 4 theme, and ONLY showing Mario and Link (who is also in his BoTW gear). Well that and Sakurai implied it's been being worked on since Smash 4 DLC was finished.
  15. Conando

    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (December 7th)

    If it's what was in the internal documentation at Namco, it's Smash 5. I can very well see them reusing 4 as the backbone of the game, though. If they already have an established HD engine, why not keep using it.

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