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601. Posted: Sat 3rd Apr 2010 07:14 BST
Should i get the Conduit? I recently got the wii speak, so i thought it would make the game feel better.
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602. Posted: Sat 3rd Apr 2010 07:52 BST
You can only use Wii Speak with friends. And the online is very laggy and glitchy, full of hackers and glitchers which really diminishes the overall enjoyment of the game. It takes a little over forever to get into a game. Not worth it for the online. Nor offline.
I recommend Call of Duty 4 on the Wii. Much, much better than Conduit.
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603. Posted: Sun 4th Apr 2010 00:49 BST
turtlelink wrote:Should i get the Conduit? I recently got the wii speak, so i thought it would make the game feel better.You can only use Wii Speak with friends. And the online is very laggy and glitchy, full of hackers and glitchers which really diminishes the overall enjoyment of the game. It takes a little over forever to get into a game. Not worth it for the online. Nor offline.I recommend Call of Duty 4 on the Wii. Much, much better than Conduit.
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604. Posted: Sun 4th Apr 2010 02:30 BST
Okay this question is for the hardcore Castlevania fans and it is, I am looking to buy either Super Castlevania IV or Castlevania Rondo of Blood for the virtual console which one should i get first?
605. Posted: Sun 4th Apr 2010 02:32 BST
Rondo of Blood. Super Castlevania IV is great, so you can't go wrong either way. But there's just something about Rondo that makes it a better a game IMO.
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606. Posted: Sun 4th Apr 2010 02:57 BST
hey thanks shpydar. I was thinking of waiting to see if anyone else would answer but I'm guessing if i wait for more responses i'll just get people saying Rondo of Blood am I?
607. Posted: Sun 4th Apr 2010 03:03 BST
I would say for you to get SCIV, but you really can't go wrong with either.
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608. Posted: Sun 4th Apr 2010 03:09 BST
Oh I guess I was wrong. anyone want to break the tie?
609. Posted: Sun 4th Apr 2010 03:16 BST
Unquestionably Rondo of Blood (from a Turbografx fanboy.)From a real perspective, I still say Rondo of Blood. I just liked the alternate paths, characters, etc. Has a lot more value.What I most recommend is both.
Edited on Sun 4th April, 2010 @ 03:20 by moomoo
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610. Posted: Sun 4th Apr 2010 03:21 BST
Rondo of blood it is. I'm actually going to buy the second one eventually its just I don't have enough wii points at the moment. Maybe next month i'll buy Super Castlevania IV, sorry Simon.
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611. Posted: Sun 4th Apr 2010 20:58 BST
Should I Buy Red Steel 2 (Game Only) or buy Excitebots, Rabbids Go Home, and The Conduit? 3 Vs. 1 and I don't know really (I had decided but then I began to rethink my decision) Which should I get, I may be able to get one other game with Red Steel 2 but that would be it seeing as a I will soon need money for Monster Hunter 3.
612. Posted: Sun 4th Apr 2010 21:18 BST
One thing's for sure; don't get The Conduit. Part 2 is coming out soon enough.
613. Posted: Sun 4th Apr 2010 21:18 BST
Elder Scrolls 4 / Dragon Age Origins / Demon's Souls or any other Western RPG for the PS3 or Wii?
614. Posted: Sun 4th Apr 2010 22:03 BST
How much do Rock Band games cost if you get the game and just one guitar?
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615. Posted: Mon 5th Apr 2010 20:47 BST
Lessee, one good game vs. 3 mediocre games. I say go for the one. Besides, it's not like you'll have the time to spend with all 3 of them once you get the free-time sponge that is Monster Hunter.
Elder Scrolls 4 / Dragon Age Origins / Demon's Souls or any other Western RPG for the PS3 or Wii?Help!
I'm not even quite sure what you're asking. Do you need help in those games? Do you need help choosing a game? You really outta make your questions more clear, man. Personally, I'd choose Demon's Souls above all the others, because it's supposedly more challenging (plus, it's technically a JRPG styled after Western RPGs, so it has a style and gameplay that I can appreciate), but that's just me.
Elder Scrolls 4, if nothing else, will give you the most value for dollar, especially if you get the Game of the Year Edition, which comes with the expansions packed in. Trust me, it'll last you hundreds of hour if you try to do everything.
By all accounts from my friends who won't shut up about it, Dragon Age is worth the money. However, it is the newst of the bunch, and certainly the most expensive, especially if you want the DLC. Also, if you prefer a more strategy-oriented game, I suggest getting the PC version instead, since the console version is more action-oriented, a la Buldur's Gate: Dark Alliance.
As for other games for the PS3 not already listed, the only ones I know of that are worth the money are Fallout 3, Mass Effect 1 and 2, and Sacred 2. Fallout and Mass Effect need no introduction, if you don't have them already, and don't mind the shooter-based mechanics, get it ASAP. Sacred 2 is sort of a Diablo-style RPG where you just go around, take on missions, explore the vast world, and kill hajillions of enemies. If is kind of repetitive, but if that's the kind of game you like, you'll love Sacred 2.
Oh, and last I checked, there are no Western RPGs on the Wii.
Edited on Mon 5th April, 2010 @ 20:49 by CanisWolfred
616. Posted: Mon 5th Apr 2010 21:23 BST
I'm thinking about getting Saira, a sort-of Knytt Stories inspired game, and Shatter, a very interesting looking brick-breaking game, both on Steam instead of waiting for my wallet to have enough money to buy Red Steel 2. So, should I get both Saira and Shatter on Steam ($10 each), or wait for Red Steel 2?
EDIT: I'm also looking into Burnout Paradise (since I'm a huge fan of Burnout 3), so the real question now is should I get Saira & Shatter, Burnout Paradise, or Red Steel 2?
Edited on Mon 5th April, 2010 @ 22:58 by V8_Ninja
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617. Posted: Mon 5th Apr 2010 22:55 BST
@V8 Ninja I don't know about either Saira or Shatter, but have you looked at the GOG Spring Sale? It's not lasting much longer and there are big discounts on excellent PC games there.
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618. Posted: Mon 5th Apr 2010 22:58 BST
One thing's for sure: get The Conduit. Part 2 is coming out.
619. Posted: Mon 5th Apr 2010 23:04 BST
I have 1000 Wii points left, and was thinking of some kind of strategy game. The ones that interest me now are Crystal Defenders R1 or R2, and My Life as a Darklord. I'm leaning towards R1 or R2, since they are cheaper and have a different graphic style than MLaaD. What do you guys think?
620. Posted: Mon 5th Apr 2010 23:06 BST
Darklord is a great tower defense game, though it's a challenge to get through without buying any DLC. Which is what I'm trying to do. Crystal Defenders seem to have been received much worse in general than Darklord too.