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  • My plans for Kreed-related stuff have changed.

    I'm going to mod something Kreed-related into Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
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    Glowsquid
    Glowsquid
    In this five thousand words essay, I will explain why THEOFRAST RUMI isthe no-brainer choice for the final Smash DLC character
    Hello there. Sorry for my insufficient wording.
    When I said “wireless multiplayer”, I actually meant local multiplayer (VS and battle via DS download game or multi-cartridge), not online. But both is by definition wire-less.
    The loss/win records do not alter the gameplay itself and also not the records of the other player (if playing using the cartridge.)
    That loss counter just feels like a stalker to me. What I was asking for does not affect the other players at all.
    I just wanted to apologize for my poor choice of words.
    Glowsquid
    Glowsquid
    If that is the case, why did you write "Is there any way to reset the three “losses” counters to 0 " when the last of those three counter states "Nintendo WFC match"?
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    TechLord
    I never used Mario Kart DS over WFC anyway (because they only support WEP WiFi last time I checked).

    I just assumed that if there exists any way to reset the loss counter, it probably isn't selectively.
    Is there a way to only reset the first two ones?
    Glowsquid
    Glowsquid
    I don't know anything about MKDS's data structuring or DS hacking but it wouldn't be a huge leap to assume whatever method could be used to reset one counter could be used to wipe the other considering they're identical. And that's not something we want to facilitate, sorry.
    is there any game you've played that's, like, Not That Great and often frustrating but you keep playing it because the theme or underlying license it uses manage to keep you compelled anyway?

    cause i think that's me and warhammer 40k fire warrior
    Wittgenstein
    Wittgenstein
    The SpongeBob GBA games I grew up with are pretty mediocre in the grand scheme of things but I have a soft spot for them that won't go away. So no matter how many times I die to an eel coming from any given side of the screen at great speeds without enough warning to dodge, I can't bring myself to trash on games that defined my childhood.
    Dr. Mario
    Dr. Mario
    Maybe Spore is That Game for me. I personally love it but I agree it's Not So Great in terms of the gameplay. To call it shallow is an understatement. I keep wanting more from that game but Eaxis has never ever delivered what I wanted. Better Space Stage overall, better combat, making befriending creatures more fun, more parts, less Grox to conquer, bugfixes (Spore is seriously buggy and prone to crashing), voice options (your creature always sounds like a dude unless it's a noncitizen or part of beak/insect tribes), more flexible paint jobs for creatures (like allowing players to color individual parts), being able to drive vehicles. But I keep coming back to it because its creation aspect is seriously good, and Galactic Adventures is just super fun to mess around in.
    Dr. Mario
    Dr. Mario
    Oh, by the way, Mario Kart Battle Modes might qualify. They're frustrating as hell because cartoon kart racer typical shenanigans and usually lack options, but the idea of pursuing Wario/Donkey Kong and denying him points is always really fun. I mean, there isn't a single fantastic Battle Mode, but I have no idea why I keep pouring so much hours into them especially compared to races.
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