So This is just a random silly little question, but what's a food that you can eat every day without getting sick of it? For me that's PB&J's. seriously I can eat those sandwiches every day without ever getting tired of them. (Pizza, Ice Cream and Macaroni & Cheese are also foods I can chow down on most days without getting sick of them.)
So I have a question regarding Mona's crush on Wario, now I know it exists in both Japan & America, but it seems that her reasons for crushing on Wario tend to differ between the two, like in the west she likes him for his wild personality, ("He's Always one degree ahead of cool.") but in Japan she apparently likes him simply because his nose is cute, is this the case? or am I just crazy?
Uh hey I have a question regarding the N64 controller, so I got banjo kazooie today, but I noticed that in order to make him go at a fast pace, I have to hold the analog stick very hard just to have him not walk, is this normal for a N64 controller to have that? Or is there a problem with my controller?
Hey guys, me and my family are going to take a vacation in the next couple of days, so don't expect me to post much both here or the discord, i'll be back soon and I'll still post every now & then. (Mostly when i'm not doing anything.)
Okay I'll just get my thoughts on the whole Ashley thing out of the way right now, this is honestly a very shitty thing for Nintendo to do. Look I get that she is miss popular and what not, but that doesn't mean Nintendo should just pretend the others don't exist because one just happens to be more popular then the others. They should give the others somewhat equal attention. Maybe Ashley could get a bit more attention then the rest, but the fact that Nintendo is just ignoring and are pretending that the others don't exist is just shitty.
While the Switch presentation definitely could had been handed better then it did, I think Nintendo should get some kind of slack for it. it's their first real live presentation in almost five years, (not counting events like the Nintendo World Championship or the Smash Tourney.) so it's obviously not gonna be up to Nintendo's previous live presentations, and because it's a local press of course there's gonna be some barrier problems, and awkwardness, and considering that Nintendo has successfully hosted the stream with little problems despite the hiccups here and there, is definitely impressive. (Especially since it's their first live presentation in awhile.) Plus there have been much worse streams then this. (Konami's E3 presentation from 2010, and Sonic's 25th anniversary stream from 2016 comes to mind.) So while Nintendo could had hold it better, it's definitely not as bad as people make it out to be.