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Edited by WILS2797

Sks, I did it

Posted by EricSmith

First! Okay, not really...why the hell do people still say that? It's 2013, y'all.

Edited by SydRocks

I've been playing this, it's alright.

It doesn't have 3D because the 3D simply wouldn't work when you're turning the 3DS around, it has nothing to do with being a DSi port. The DSi doesn't even have a gyroscope...

Posted by Philantrophy

There can only be one winner

Posted by CitizenCoffeeCake

I do not love dinosaurs.

Posted by AlexanderSheen

@bolognarock said:

FIRST

You don't get the quest if your comment contains the word "first", sorry bro.

Edited by bolognarock

@AlexanderSheen: Sorry bro, but I got it regardless.

Also, what else is there to say really when you're the first person to comment and you haven't even started the video yet?

Posted by Skyfire543

@bolognarock said:

FIRST

Well that sucks.

Edited by EvilNiGHTS

Meteorites don't love dinosaurs.

Posted by Abendlaender

Och, there are some neat games on the e-shop. Still not a great download plattform but a descent one at least

Posted by MormonWarrior

I heard the Wii game was cool...is this one as good?

Posted by ConstantineL

The Scoops-cam was a good idea

Posted by RobertOrri
Posted by Zeemod

@bolognarock: You could have said something that isn't already self-evident by seeing the location of your comment alone?

You also could have just... you know... said nothing?

Posted by AlwaysBeClothing

Lack of 3d? I'M OUTRAGED AND BOISTEROUS.

Well, perhaps only yelling. Certainly not outraged however.

Posted by MackGyver

To the asshole stage!

All games should have an asshole stage.

Posted by RetroVirus

@CitizenCoffeeCake said:

I do not love dinosaurs.

GET. OUT.

Posted by beard_of_zeus

@MormonWarrior said:

I heard the Wii game was cool...is this one as good?

The WiiWare one is fantastic. I'm worried about this one (about to watch the video, so we'll see) because of all the gyroscope use (which worked super well with a Wiimote, not so sure about the 3DS) and because it's supposedly broken down into levels. The original game was essentially a Metroidvania in a handful of really large, open levels with a great sense of exploration. It also reminded me a lot of Mario 64 in that you revisited the same areas multiple times, but completing different puzzles & challenges each time, trying to get more raindrops (read: stars).

Posted by beard_of_zeus

@SydRocks said:

I've been playing this, it's alright.

It doesn't have 3D because the 3D simply wouldn't work when you're turning the 3DS around, it has nothing to do with being a DSi port. The DSi doesn't even have a gyroscope...

Yeah, I thought that would have been obvious, haha.

Posted by Slumberpunch

2013...the year where Klepek is in every quick look and Jeff and Ryan couldn't give less of a fuck

Posted by tater3698

much agreed. super compelling stuff......

Posted by DeF

@Abendlaender said:

Och, there are some neat games on the e-shop. Still not a great download plattform but a descent one at least

There are a bunch of great games on the eShop. The continued belittlement of the eShop is mostly undeserved. It's by no means perfect but it offers a lot more than most people give it credit for.

Posted by Efesell

@Slumberpunch said:

2013...the year where Klepek is in every quick look and Jeff and Ryan couldn't give less of a fuck

And here's to another fantastic year of people complaining about Patrick being in videos.

Huzzah.

Posted by ApolloBob

@beard_of_zeus said:

@MormonWarrior said:

I heard the Wii game was cool...is this one as good?

The WiiWare one is fantastic. I'm worried about this one (about to watch the video, so we'll see) because of all the gyroscope use (which worked super well with a Wiimote, not so sure about the 3DS) and because it's supposedly broken down into levels. The original game was essentially a Metroidvania in a handful of really large, open levels with a great sense of exploration. It also reminded me a lot of Mario 64 in that you revisited the same areas multiple times, but completing different puzzles & challenges each time, trying to get more raindrops (read: stars).

You just sold me a WiiWare game, duder! That's something I gotta check out. I have too many games already, of course, but since when has that stopped me?

Posted by bolognarock

@zeemod155: A) Ultimately what I said doesn't matter in the slightest because the whole point was to complete the quest B) Ever consider the possibility that maybe I was saying it ironically? C) Why are people getting worked up over it? D) Who gives a fuck!

Posted by Generic_username

@Efesell said:

@Slumberpunch said:

2013...the year where Klepek is in every quick look and Jeff and Ryan couldn't give less of a fuck

And here's to another fantastic year of people complaining about Patrick being in videos.

Huzzah.

Posted by ApolloBob

@DeF said:

@Abendlaender said:

Och, there are some neat games on the e-shop. Still not a great download plattform but a descent one at least

There are a bunch of great games on the eShop. The continued belittlement of the eShop is mostly undeserved. It's by no means perfect but it offers a lot more than most people give it credit for.

My 3DS sat mostly unused at first (early adopter syndrome), but thanks to the eShop I've been playing it more and more lately. Downloaded full version of Sticker Star, lots of game demos, and neat little games are showing up more and more. The Download Express still stops at my station - wooo woooooo!

Posted by triviaman09

I feel like there have been a few too many games with this mechanic in the past two years or so.

Posted by beard_of_zeus

@ApolloBob said:

@beard_of_zeus said:

@MormonWarrior said:

I heard the Wii game was cool...is this one as good?

The WiiWare one is fantastic. I'm worried about this one (about to watch the video, so we'll see) because of all the gyroscope use (which worked super well with a Wiimote, not so sure about the 3DS) and because it's supposedly broken down into levels. The original game was essentially a Metroidvania in a handful of really large, open levels with a great sense of exploration. It also reminded me a lot of Mario 64 in that you revisited the same areas multiple times, but completing different puzzles & challenges each time, trying to get more raindrops (read: stars).

You just sold me a WiiWare game, duder! That's something I gotta check out. I have too many games already, of course, but since when has that stopped me?

Haha, I hear ya, my favorite pasttime is buying games I don't need. But Lord knows the Wii Shop could use some sales. I think the most recent thing I bought off there was the WiiWare port of La Mulana , which I still can't believe ended up on there, that port was in limbo for the longest time. I'm guessing like 99.9% of people bought the PC version, and I'm the one dude who bought the Wii version.

Speaking of Metroidvanias, if that's your thing, you might be into La Mulana. It is easily the biggest, craziest most open one of those I've played, and I doubt I'll ever beat it, short of looking up a walkthrough. Obscure puzzle solving, along with having like 30 places to go at once, and not knowing if you are legitimately stuck at any given point, or just missed a power up item you desperately need. It also has the weird jumping mechanics of Ghouls n Ghosts. It does a good job of making you feel like a archeologist, exploring the unknown, but it can admittedly be frustrating occasionally.

Posted by beard_of_zeus

I believe the game similar to this that ya'll we're trying to remember was Puddle? It's on pretty much every platform at this point, and I think they are working on a Wii U eShop version now. I bought the Vita version, which is neat, and was only like 4 bucks.

Posted by TrafalgarLaw

@DeF said:

@Abendlaender said:

Och, there are some neat games on the e-shop. Still not a great download plattform but a descent one at least

There are a bunch of great games on the eShop. The continued belittlement of the eShop is mostly undeserved. It's by no means perfect but it offers a lot more than most people give it credit for.

Only Patrick continues to belittle the eShop. That's why I'd rather have Jeff or Vinny doing these games instead, instead of hearing Patrick's obnoxiously snarky comments on pretty much everything.

Posted by Dagbiker

I would fucking hate that; Not remembering if I reviewed a game, or quicklooked it. On the other hand being a designer, and designing like, 3 - 5 signs a day, I totally understand it. Sometimes I will just be walking through the mall, see a sign and say to whoever is with me at the time "I think I made that."

Posted by Getz

I really cannot stand games like this; the fidelity of control, just by virtue of the physics, is not really that great. Puddle especially was frustrating and just plain not fun because you basically had to get lucky to beat the stages.

Posted by DeF

@TrafalgarLaw said:

@DeF said:

@Abendlaender said:

Och, there are some neat games on the e-shop. Still not a great download plattform but a descent one at least

There are a bunch of great games on the eShop. The continued belittlement of the eShop is mostly undeserved. It's by no means perfect but it offers a lot more than most people give it credit for.

Only Patrick continues to belittle the eShop. That's why I'd rather have Jeff or Vinny doing these games instead, instead of hearing Patrick's obnoxiously snarky comments on pretty much everything.

Are you sure that's actually the case? I don't recall Patrick belittling it anymore than the others. I'm just glad someone looks at the games from time to time and this doesn't get ignored like WiiWare did in the later years (with all the love that Trials is getting, Brad & Co. would probably have had a good time with RedLynx's WiiWare game MotoHeroz from 2011, for example).

Posted by Hellequin

God, why do ALL recent quick looks seem to have patrick in them? Ugh.

Posted by DeF

@beard_of_zeus said:

I believe the game similar to this that ya'll we're trying to remember was Puddle? It's on pretty much every platform at this point, and I think they are working on a Wii U eShop version now. I bought the Vita version, which is neat, and was only like 4 bucks.

Puddle was a Wii U launch game in Europe even, so they're done with that already. No idea why it's not out in the US yet. But yes, that is the game they're talking about.

Posted by WOBAG

Wooo I had no idea this existed! I loved the first one, second best Wii shop game after World of Goo. I think I miss the Metroidvania of the open world but Ill definitely try this!

Posted by Battezu

Oh my gooooood... This game looks so boring, it's putting me to sleep.

Edited by Rapid

The え-Shop!

Posted by LikeaSsur

@Hellequin said:

God, why do ALL recent quick looks seem to have patrick in them? Ugh.

Because he seems to be the one that Quick Looks the odd, interesting games, which is all that's come out so far.

Posted by ch3burashka

@Rapid said:

The え-Shop!

This is uhMericuh - speak uhmericun!

Posted by n0nametaz

Meh. This reminds me a hell of a lot of Loco Roco. Except Loco Roco doesn't have annoying motion control and water physics.

Posted by blueinferno

I really don't understand the continued hate for Patrick. He's a cool guy and a great addition to this site.

Posted by The_Ruiner

@blueinferno said:

I really don't understand the continued hate for Patrick. He's a cool guy and a great addition to this site.

I don't know about hate...but Quicklooks are essentially putting on a show...he puts on a bad show when left to his own devices

Posted by Hunter5024

Fluidity always reminds me of this.

Edited by handlas

@Generic_username said:

@Efesell said:

@Slumberpunch said:

2013...the year where Klepek is in every quick look and Jeff and Ryan couldn't give less of a fuck

And here's to another fantastic year of people complaining about Patrick being in videos.

Huzzah.

Doesn't sound like a complaint to me. Someone has to care about the games that aren't FPS games and racers (thats more of a jab at Jeff I guess).

Alex and Patrick should quicklook games together. I know that's not possible...

Posted by InformationHigh

Looking at Patrick having to fumble around with the 3DS like that it's no wonder it doesn't have 3D. This game seems like it would have found a better place on the Vita which could have benefited from using the back touch along with the goofy motion controls.

Edited by rabbithearted

I wouldn't want to play a game like this on the Wii, but it seems like it would be pretty enjoyable on a handheld. I really wish they had a demo available, though. I have no desire to drop $10 on a game I'm not sure I'll like. It really does kill my desire to impulse-buy to see that $10 there, instead of $9.99.

The QuickLook makes it tempting, though. I've never played a motion-dynamic game before, save for some simple cellphone games.

Posted by bowlcut

Honestly tho, bring it to ios

Posted by Mercanis

We need a GIF of Patrick rocking back and forth like a crazy person.

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