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Member Since 13 Feb 2013
Offline Last Active Jul 11 2013 02:28 PM

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In Topic: 3DS XL pixely?

28 June 2013 - 02:58 PM

Honestly the only time I REALLY noticed it, was at a store display where they had a regular 3DS and the XL right next to each other.  While the larger screen is a little more pixelated, it's not bad.


What the bigger screen does get you is a lot better 3D effects.  I can barely see the 3D effect on the normal sized screen, and it makes my head hurt after a few minutes.  On the XL, the larger screen accommodates the 3D effects much better, and I can play for quite a long time with no issues.

In Topic: Xenoblade Chronicles

24 May 2013 - 03:06 AM

Did it come complete?

It did! Box/case, manual, inserts, all original and in great shape. The GameStop employee seemed pissed about it, I guess his manager wouldn't let any of the employees purchase it.

Now I have some entertainment for the long weekend!

In Topic: Xenoblade Chronicles

23 May 2013 - 07:12 PM

Just reserved a used copy for store pickup at GameStop. Can't believe I found a local copy for $59.99. I do hope it has the original case...

In Topic: wii as a only platform

03 May 2013 - 05:38 PM

As of now, I see the Wii U being the only "next-gen" console I buy, and as others have said, probably the last console I buy. The very few Sony and MS exclusives out there just don't interest me, and I play all the other AAA titles on PC (as well as many other great games). I'll have the PC for the majority of my gaming, Wii U for sitting on the couch playing Nintendo exclusives, 3DS XL for travel, and the PS3 for a Blu Ray player.

Of all the systems out and coming out, the Wii U lineup has the most games I'm interested in (albeit, still not very many games).

*EDIT* I forgot my biggest gripe about MS and Sony, is the lack of local multiplayer on the majority of their games. Of my whole PS3 library, I think only 2 or 3 of the games even support some form of local multiplayer. That's just unacceptable for a console. Nintendo seems to realize that people still like playing games with each other...in the same room.