Sjosz's forum posts

#1 Posted by Sjosz (489 posts) -

The Witness.

#2 Edited by Sjosz (489 posts) -

Great Teacher Onizuka.

#3 Edited by Sjosz (489 posts) -

Over the past 10 years, I've been unemployed for a grand total of 3 months. I'm very lucky, especially considering I work in video games.

#4 Posted by Sjosz (489 posts) -

Apple sauce to go with fries is the way to go for me. I can't stand mayo or ketchup.

#5 Posted by Sjosz (489 posts) -

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

#6 Posted by Sjosz (489 posts) -

@sacui: You are sickened by there being additional stuff to do that got made in between the games themselves?

#7 Edited by Sjosz (489 posts) -

@hailinel: SM64DS may be the exception to a rule, though. First week sales are pretty indicative of the game's lifetime sales performance in general.

#8 Edited by Sjosz (489 posts) -

I ended up picking up a WiiU for this game. So far it's pretty wonderful. The WiiU is a strange device.

#9 Posted by Sjosz (489 posts) -


1. I haven't played any of the LEGO games on 3DS, only on console. Second hand information and reviews state that the handheld versions of the LEGO games are similar but less expansive.

2. Fire Emblem: Awakening is a great game. Strategy, some RPG systems in there as well.

3. Super Mario 3D Land, New Super Mario Bros 3DS, Donkey Kong Country Returns 3DS. (in the sense that you can play a single level at a time) For downloadable-only there are Pushmo and Crashmo, which are both great for 10 minute spans.

4. I have no experience with this feature.

5. I like the Unwound Future one, it's a smoother experience than the first one.

6. Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, Animal Crossing, Pokemon X, Super Mario 3D Land.

#10 Edited by Sjosz (489 posts) -

@tennmuerti: I really don't see the good-spirited nature of what is essentially a series of putdowns on both sides. I don't understand how it's not enough to just love the games you love and respect other people's choices in games they love without needing to say your tastes/choices are somehow superior. But I suppose that's "internet culture".