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Conversation Between machomuu and Pinkie-Dawn
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  1. machomuu
    October 5th, 2016 6:17 AM
    Ack! Thanks, Pinkie~
  2. Pinkie-Dawn
    October 2nd, 2016 8:08 PM
    Happy birthday (man, Hikamaru's wasn't too long ago).
  3. Pinkie-Dawn
    January 29th, 2016 9:56 PM
    As promised, here's what daigonite thinks about region-locking (this was back on May 7th, 2015):

    ...Do they realize that almost every major company region locks their ****, or are they normally this retarded? Nintendo didn't start region locking their handhelds until the DSi. Nintendo was the last major video game console/handheld maker that started putting on region locking. They sound like a nostalgia***. I don't think region locking is something that's inherently bad for a company. He just sounds tremendously butthurt that he can't go play as his waifu. Don't bother, he's not worth your time, he's a ****ing weeb who's just butthurt that he can't play his wapanese games.
  4. machomuu
    October 2nd, 2015 2:47 PM
    Thanks, Pinkie!
  5. Pinkie-Dawn
    October 2nd, 2015 9:35 AM
    Hey, happy birthday!
  6. Pinkie-Dawn
    August 25th, 2015 12:55 PM
    I fear that neither Splatoon nor Xenoblade Chronicles X would get nominated for GOTY for 2015's Video Game Awards due to westerners having some sort of bias against nominating Nintendo games that aren't Mario or Zelda onto the GOTY category, not to mention the potential contenders for this year (Witcher 3, MGSV, and Fallout 4) are open world games, a genre which XCX also is, which are bound to be GOTY material.
  7. machomuu
    July 26th, 2015 3:44 PM
    Either would be fine, but I imagine you'll probably receive more responses from The Round Table because of the ideas and issues you'll be bringing up.
  8. Pinkie-Dawn
    July 26th, 2015 3:29 PM
    Would a thread involving the philosophies suggested by the Metal Gear series such as social media corruption from Sons of Liberty and Senator Armstrong's I have a dream speech from Revengence be more fitting in the video games section or at the Round Table? I want to have a discussion if any of these philosophies have legit points and should we follow them to live a better life.
  9. machomuu
    June 21st, 2015 4:24 PM
    I've yet to watch the video, partially because of the length but also because, as it stands, I disagree. I did see part of the video, though, and I think it's not only unrealistic, but also a bit idealistic.

    I won't go on a long spiel about this, just note two things. The first of which is that Reggie, now more than ever, he's a video game celebrity. When Reggie's on screen, people get hyped, and ultimately he does well to provide a likable face for NoA (and, as a result, Nintendo as the West sees it. Until that dies off completely, firing him is not only unlikely, but its also unsafe, as it would paint Nintendo as a dubious and unfriendly company that cares as little for its employees as it does its fans. It would be a very bad move on a public level.

    Second, on to the "idealistic" part...this idea that Reggie is the reason for such a disconnect between Nintendo and Western Audiences seems...misplaced. Regardless of what the previous head of Nintendo might have done, these "would haves" are not only speculation, but also they deny the idea that NoA is a company. A company full of people with ideas and suggestions, a decision-making body as a whole rather than simply in parts with the head controlling the whole thing. If NoA fails at something, its a failure as a company, not simply on Reggie's side- he didn't make the decision alone but, as the head, he is the one who will take the blame.

    Ultimately, though, I reserve judgment on these things until Nintendo "fails". I like Nintendo quite a bit, and as a result, I really want to see them "fail". Their E3 conference this year, at least to the masses, was close to a failure, but they didn't really take a large hit for it. But true failure, hitting rock bottom at at least one point, is where we can really see the company opening their eyes to a larger future and taking chances. Once they've reached that point, then I'll say either way, but as Nintendo exists as a stable company I feel that firing either of these individuals would simply be a waste.
  10. Pinkie-Dawn
    June 21st, 2015 3:52 PM
    I've seen a lot of users asking Nintendo fire Iwata, whereas this guy, on the other hand, is asking Nintendo to fire Reggie:

    Do you think he has a point?
  11. machomuu
    April 13th, 2015 9:59 AM

    As for SMT x FE, I think it's to be expected. I don't think it's warranted- just the opposite, really. Considering we knew next to nothing about the idea after it was announced, people acting like this out-of-left-field crossover stomped on their expectations are overreacting. I mean, I get it, it has a modern Persona feel that contrasts with the rather rustic FE and the neo-apocalyptic SMT, that much makes sense...but we haven't even seen the game yet. We saw snippets, but ultimately we don't know what the game'll be like.

    ...So in short, I just say it's premature. I get why its happening, but trashing it this early just because of how it looks and based on nothing Just seems like complaining for complaining's sake.
  12. Pinkie-Dawn
    April 13th, 2015 6:25 AM
    Happy anniversary to one of the most well-respected users in PC.

    btw, what are your thoughts on the negative backlash on SMT x FE from westerners and calling it "weeb trash"?
  13. machomuu
    March 7th, 2015 5:54 AM
    Oh, sorry about that. I just saw the recent commercial with the characters dancing and the moment- the MOMENT I saw Frieza doing The Death Beam, I had to find a gif of it.
  14. Pinkie-Dawn
    March 6th, 2015 9:46 PM
    Darn, you stole my idea for a future theme.
  15. machomuu
    October 4th, 2014 10:31 AM
    Thanks Dawn!

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