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1. Posted: Sat 4th Apr 2009 10:41 BST
I haven't bought any DSiWare games yet because I'm still waiting for more comments from people who did (doesn't have to be reviews, just some amount of information), anyone got comments to share about any games he may have bought?
2. Posted: Sat 4th Apr 2009 11:59 BST
I'd like to hear people's first impressions as well as i've been holding off getting anything. I do know through some older articles that IGN and a couple of other websites gave their impressions of WarioWare and they weren't briliant.
Edited on Sat 4th April, 2009 @ 12:04 by Terra
3. Posted: Sat 4th Apr 2009 12:14 BST
IGN has reviews up for most of the games.
4. Posted: Sat 4th Apr 2009 13:07 BST
If you pause and wait for a while on the select sound screen you will hear a rendition of the mario theme. Def. a good buy.
Old Nintendofan from up north...
5. Posted: Sat 4th Apr 2009 14:57 BST
I got Opera, Wario and Code.
Wario is fun but very, very brief, more of a tec demo as to the possibilities of what can be done with the camera for game use, but maybe there is content i've yet to descover or unlock.
Code is pretty simple but challenging, my mental maths is rubbish so i got this to help sharpen it up a bit. I think it might have a bit of depth to it once you get into it.
6. Posted: Sat 4th Apr 2009 15:00 BST
Well, I bought Aquite after reading the IGN review, it's pretty cool, as the trend is these days the movement and actions make musical sounds so it's pretty interesting sound-wise too but I'm still playing way too randomly, no real planning yet and I always turn the sound off when using a game on the go so that won't be heard much. It's cool how you can influence the block pile with the way the rows you push into are pushed around (e.g. to nudge a block in the row to the side), not just the two or four blocks you add. There seem to be bonuses for combos that happen fast and ones that happen with few moves in between (combos seem to continue even after you make a move so you have a little time to start the next for the time bonus).
Considering to get CODE after seeing the video here, Wario Ware looked too annoying but I'm still trying to decide between those two.
7. Posted: Sat 4th Apr 2009 15:04 BST
Just read the review of Wario Ware after downloading it....note to self read reviews before buying games (" />
8. Posted: Sat 4th Apr 2009 18:20 BST
I caved in and bought WarioWare for my Brothers and Sisters. I also bought Aquite, after reading the IGN review/
9. Posted: Sat 4th Apr 2009 19:18 BST
Well, I bought Aquite after reading the IGN review
Wait... ign did a GOOD review? This, I have to see
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10. Posted: Sat 4th Apr 2009 19:21 BST
KDR_11k wrote:Well, I bought Aquite after reading the IGN reviewWait... ign did a GOOD review? This, I have to see
Your signature could not be more true right now
11. Posted: Sat 4th Apr 2009 19:47 BST
KDR_11k wrote:Well, I bought Aquite after reading the IGN reviewWait... ign did a GOOD review? This, I have to see Your signature could not be more true right now
Slight problem - that wasn't sarcasm at all. The last time I remember ign doing good reviews must have been... a short while ago now.
12. Posted: Sat 4th Apr 2009 20:06 BST
I know IGN don't do the best reviews but they can't be that bad with reviews, surely.
13. Posted: Sat 4th Apr 2009 20:29 BST
You mean "good" as in "positive" or "well written"?
14. Posted: Sun 5th Apr 2009 23:03 BST
Very underwhelming DSiWare launch. I only bought Aquia and Pyoro...both of which got old fast. Pyoro is just boring (granted it is only 2 dollars) and Aquia is very easy to exploit which pretty much removes the puzzle/thinking aspect of the game.
15. Posted: Sun 5th Apr 2009 23:35 BST
Exploit? How so? Haven't played the game yet, but it seems fun.
Come on, friends,
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16. Posted: Sun 5th Apr 2009 23:40 BST
Basically buton mashing.
You go up and down the column looking for matches of three and then push the blocks over to match them up. I played a timed game on level one where I looked for matches and played normally, which I finished in about 3:30...or you could just hold up and down while mashing the A button and randomly get a match, which happens pretty frequently and I finished level one in 1:30 doing this.
17. Posted: Sun 5th Apr 2009 23:44 BST
Neither. I don't even go to IGN anymore. They're reviews are not written with the best, um how do I say, finesse? I'm not too keen on written reviews really anyway, but their's are definitely not too good. X_X
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18. Posted: Sun 5th Apr 2009 23:50 BST
Their writing is remarkably poor, but I generally expect that from video game journalism. Happily, this site proves to be an exception.
Edited on Sun 5th April, 2009 @ 23:50 by Adam
19. Posted: Sun 5th Apr 2009 23:52 BST
I am waiting for Dr. Mario to be my first DSiWare game. I would also like to see a review on the Brain Age Express Math, but 800 points seems a bit steep.
The chickens are restless.
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20. Posted: Mon 6th Apr 2009 00:50 BST
According to IGN it's basically all the Math related games from BA 1 & 2...with a few more features liek a photo to go along with your profile.