Saturday, December 10th, 2016
My opinion about this game:
I think it sucks you can’t use the same game cartridge on multiple 3DS systems because it makes you erase the current memory to create the new memory for your SD card. What is the freaking point in cartridges if you can only use it on one game system and lock the save data to that game system than in the card only like it’s always been? So i can only play it on my son’s system
Also the levels you get from other users are all from 2015 and you can’t view profiles on it and you don’t even ahve your own. Also you can only exchange levels you made through streetpasses. Also the game doesn’t mark the levels you played you complete or played. Also you can’t even star a level. It’s not like the WiiU version. You can’t even search courses either.
So is it worth getting this game? It’s up for you to decide after reading this review. My son still likes it. He only cares about playing levels and creating them.
Wednesday, May 4th, 2016
I go through cycles of favorite songs where I play a same song over and over. Here are the ones I have been listening to lately:
For some reason as young teen, this song always annoyed me because the game played it too much. But then again they played lot of the songs too much it was like they couldn’t come up with any other songs for the game so they reused them for their levels. Big Boo’s Haunt was the only level with its own song.
For some reason the beginning of this song sounds like it’s farting. But it was one of my favorite Beach Boys songs when I was seven.
Thursday, August 13th, 2015
Losing a Zelda game. I had just gotten Majora’s Mask this past June and I was at the Water Temple and then I just stopped playing it shortly before our trip. I thought I had it in my game case with my other games I keep in my purse and then I discover it’s gone. Last time I remember my son was playing it so I figure he probably lost it. I know it was in my room and I remember the time he dumped all my games out on the floor and I made him pick them up and I told him that is not how he treats my games or otherwise he wouldn’t be allowed to play them anymore. Then later I saw my daughter with one of the games so I took it from her and put it away with the rest of the games. I cleaned my room looking for that Zelda game thinking it was laying around somewhere when my son dumped them out but i didn’t see it. I was a little upset and I figured, “oh well I will have to start all over with my quest when I repurchase it again.” That is what happens when you have kids, things get lost and I have lost several of my game files through my son already including one of my Zelda files or two from the DS games and he erased my Super Mario World file that was complete 100% and the special world was completed, my first boyfriend did that. Then he erased the file again when I had to start over so I told him i was done with that game I won’t play it ever again if he is going to be deleting files and not listening to me. I know it was an accident but I was teaching him a lesson about not listening. I can be all or nothing person, if something bad happens, I am done and won’t have anything to do with it again. I had to think of a harsh thing, not let him play any video games with files on them until he can read. I wish we could put in a PIN number before deleting files so that will make it a lot easier for us parents. Maybe that technology will come soon. I had even decided to not let him play my Majora’s mask game because I don’t want him to accidentally delete my file on it too after I tell him what not to push and where not go to and he still does it anyway sometimes. But what if he did play it anyway and he accidentally deleted my file and he panicked so he hid the game and now is saying he doesn’t know where it is and last he saw it was next to his 3DS in my room? Which is why I won’t let him play that game and say it’s my game only and he can play it when he is older when I buy it again. But if the game does show up again, then it can be his to keep and will be only his and I wouldn’t have to worry if he accidentally deletes his own file or my old one.
Yeah I know, do not let your illiterate kids play with your video games that have files on them. Even if you tell them what not to push and where not to go and even if you are careful, it can still happen. It would be nice if we could put parental locks on deleting files. Kids don’t always listen. But I pick my battles, if I hadn’t played a game in for so long for years, then it’s not too big of a deal that he accidentally erased it. Or if I haven’t played the game because I got stuck on it because it got too hard so I lost interest, not a big deal. But it still frightens me because he could do that to my other games I am still playing and he could do the same to those which is why I have to make a big deal about it than brushing it off.
Tuesday, August 11th, 2015
Apparently 9/11 is unPC for a video game release of Mario Maker.
People were offended Nintendo picked this day for their new release. But we have other dates like 12/7, and 4/20, should we avoid releasing anything on those days? What about on 11/22? Let’s not forget 4/19.
I don’t think we should avoid releasing anything on this day because of the day we got attacked by terrorists and over 3,000 lives were lost. I don’t agree with the negative reaction about this release date.
But I am looking forward to trying this game when it comes out.