|EvilHomer - 2013-12-04 |
But... but what about cheat codes? We used cheat codes on pretty much every game during the NES era!
This guy is just a cranky, mean jerk.
Remember when games didn't have save points? Or extra lives?
|Sexy Duck Cop - 2013-12-04 |
The saddest thing about my generation is that there is actually a sizeable number of people whose "Back in my day" tales of hardship and woe begin with "When we played Nintendo, it was WORK DAMMIT."
We deserve the recession.
If you check the YT comments, at least one nerd is mad AT HIS OWN KID for using this suit to beat the game, instead of manning up like he did back in the day.
8 hours ago
+Ching Chong u are right. my 6 year old kid beat super mario 3d land in 24 hours because of that suit. mario games have devolved because of people who put 'fun activity' over difficulty.
7 hours ago
+JP Porcaro You have to consider that roughly 80% of players never complete a purchased game and considering the prices that consoles demand it is a valid question to ask whether to shut costumers out. On that very note, you don't want your child to beat a game that easily? Why not make informed decisions before purchase next time and buy a difficult game then?
Sexy Duck Cop
EvilHomer, you've overlooked the true magic of the season: Someone actually wrote "Ching chong u are right."
|Miss Henson's 6th grade class - 2013-12-04 |
Yeah, but does it have balls?
|Hooker - 2013-12-04 |
So is this guy just ignoring that Mario 3 (and Mario 2, if you count that) was far, far easier than Mario 1?
|misterbuns - 2013-12-04 |
You don't have to take the white tanuki suit, dude.
|infinite zest - 2013-12-04 |
I can't say I agree. I didn't really grow up with video games, but my parents rented us Nintendo at my grandparents' house, and that same cliff in Ninja Gaiden 2 was the cause of much sibling rivalry, including a hole in the wall. Yes, we eventually beat the game, but at what cost?
The price? My parents decided that Nintendo was a bad idea among 3 boys so we never got one. Giving a child (or an adult) the option of simply completing a game for the visuals and the fun of it is a brilliant idea.
Also, this game looks like a lot of fun.
|Toenails - 2013-12-04 |
Oh lord, the game gave this poor man childhood video game rape.
Wait sorry, I meant OPTIONAL childhood video game rape.
|Sanest Man Alive - 2013-12-05 |
Wow, a fart lasting two minutes, forty-four sceonds. This might be one for the record books, people!
|yogarfield - 2013-12-05 |
nintendo has gone and smeared my fond memory of the tanooki. as with most games, as you play through each stage, it gets more difficult as it progresses. you are able to see the visible progression of the game by hooking your gaming system up to your television. most televisions these days are flatscreen, which is completely ridiculous. kids these days are picking up these skinny televisions and carrying them up and down flights of stairs. when i was a kid, if you managed to throw a television out of a window you had bragging rights.
|Jet Bin Fever - 2013-12-09 |
I hate motherfucker mike. As bad as the rest of the cinemassacre stuff can be, he's the worst part. Guy has terrible taste in everything and is a worthless toy collecting man child. His art sucks too.
Anyway, ranting aside. It's ridiculous that people talk about this shit like it matters in even the smallest way.
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