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  1. Crazy how Cuphead is indeed coming to the Switch. Sounds like other Xbox games are definitely happening as well. No word yet on if Xbox game streaming for the bigger titles will be coming to the Switch yet, but I'd say all signs are pointing to that being a thing, which is just crazy. Speculation is that Ori will come to the Switch and maybe Rare Replay as well. It'd be so cool if they added Goldeneye then to Rare Replay now that Nintendo and Microsoft seem to be getting along. Give it the remaster treatment that Perfect Dark got, giving us right analogue camera movement, solid 60fps through the game, and as a bonus if they added gyro aiming, that'd be amazing.
  2. Truth. I've been one to say for some time that Enema doesn't hold up as well as a lot of people claim it to. Dude Ranch holds up fantastically though as does Untitled obviously. I'd argue those are their best 2 albums in terms of how well they've aged.
  3. Got nothing against it, I mean let's be real, it's not like if Tom were playing in these shows that it would sound amazing or anything like that. If he had been putting on even decent live shows before he was given the boot, then I might be more disappointed that Tom wont be a part of Enema anniversary shows, but that is far from the reality we live in.
  4. Yeah, when he can't even be transparent on what happened to his position in blink, it forces me to question everything else he talks about in that same video. Which in all honesty revealed nothing new at all, no glimpses at what is being developed outside of the Entertainment section of TTS. I think it'd be very cool if TTS actually produces some genuine results, I'd love to be wrong on the subject, and eat my humble pie, but here we are 2 years in, and I have even less confidence in TTS now than I ever did when it began (and the amount of confidence I had back then was low as it was). Please prove me wrong Tom, but until you do, I can't help but think that you're being swindled and are a pawn in something far bigger than you grasp and/or you are swindling the audience you're reaching out to.
  5. Never knew you didn't like Untitled. As by far my favorite blink album, I'm hoping that it has that same spirit running through the album. It can be drastically different in sound, but if it has that same overall soul that Untitled has, then i'd be so happy.
  6. Who knows, I've heard albums that have hit me in the same way that Untitled did (these are few and far between, but they exist), and they didn't have any members of blink. I'll judge the final product before I say it can't be done. They want it to be that album and supposedly are trying to make it that way, so that's at least the first step. Otherwise I hate just deeming something as crap or good before actually genuinely previewing any of it. Everything behind the scenes could be a clusterfuck, and somehow they put out a masterpiece, so I'll hold off my judgement in this regard until I actually heard the music.
  7. I've legit never had a major problem with Feldmann. Pharrell, however, is a major red flag to me. Hoping against hope this is the genuine next Untitled, but shit like that dude having any hands on this content immediately gives me doubts.
  8. Yes, I see it's a quote by the man himself, but as I explained, I think he was really saying that they aren't a one and done series. And no, by my logic gen 7 isn't a spinoff. Gen 7 was a brand new entry with the entire pokedex of Pokemon available in that game. When you go to the Pokemon Bank you can transfer any of the 800+ Pokemon out by then into the game. Let's Go isn't even compatible with the bank, but we know gen 8 will be. The Let's Go games clearly just exist in their own little bubble. I know what Masuda said, but it's clear as day that they are not the same as the real core entries in the series.
  9. Yeah I definitely beat a few of the Adventure Island games back in the day including that first SNES one.
  10. Nah I haven't. I avoided most early platformers that weren't well regarded. I remember the original Bubsy being super lame though. I don't think I ever beat that one, though I'm pretty sure I beat Bubsy 2 on the Genesis back in the day, I recall that one being a little easier.
  11. He said that about the Let's Go titles? That doesn't sound right, considering they were remakes to begin with, coupled with mechanics not seen in any of the other games including these new ones such as not even battling wild pokemon, not to mention being restricted to 153 Pokemon and not having access to the entire Pokedex as of that time like every other single core entry. I understand these new titles Sword and Shield are obviously core titles, but Let's Go are there own things, you can already see that the things that made those games unique are not carrying over to this game (such as wild Pokemon appearing in the overworld and not actually fighting those wild pokemon, likely connectivity with Go wont be a part of these core entries either), so that really cements the thought that they're their own thing all the more. Reading what Masuda says, it sounds like he's more just saying, this isn't necessarily a one and done thing. Which I absolutely think is true. I think the Let's Go Series will continue as it's own tier for the series (in addition to the tiers they already have: new core entries, remakes, and third entries/remakes/ultra), and we'll see some Let's Go Johto games in a few years. But I wouldn't expect the Let's Go games to have any real interaction with the main core titles in terms of battling or trading. As such I think it makes sense to consider them their own spinoff series.
  12. Nah, it was tough at first, but I mean in terms of 2D platformers, it is far from the toughest of games I've beaten in the same genre, plus it was literally the first video game I ever got into as a child so I got good at it at a young age. Overall I put the entire 2D Mario platforming series more on the easy side (with exception to the original Mario 2, The Lost Levels), not as easy as the Kirby series of course, but still more in that direction of difficulty. Of course the Super Mario Maker games are something completely different considering the difficulty of those levels falls entirely on our hands.
  13. Yeah, Mario 3 is fairly easy. I probably first beat it when I was like 10 on the actual NES hardware.
  14. I'm pretty sure they will. Let's Go was considered a casual spinoff title, this will be a full fledged core game in gen 8.
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