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421. Posted: Mon 5th Jul 2010 10:08 BST
Yes. For some reason I was thinking it was a WiiWare game.
It should be though. I'd quite welcome a WiiWare Shantae game.
Edgey, Gumshoe, Godot, Sissel, Larry, then Mia, Franziska, Maggie, Kay and Lynne.
I'm throwing my money at the screen but nothing happens!
422. Posted: Mon 5th Jul 2010 10:13 BST
Yes, that was what I had hoped for as well, but i'll take what I can get.
Same for VC. I'm 30 titles away from having all 72 games published by Nintendo (including HAL's Lolo games). I expect that number to diminish very quickly.
423. Posted: Mon 5th Jul 2010 19:33 BST
Yes, that was what I had hoped for as well, but i'll take what I can get.Same for VC. I'm 30 titles away from having all 72 games published by Nintendo (including HAL's Lolo games). I expect that number to diminish very quickly.
i was pondering checking out the lolo games, im not into puzzle games and maybe that why i steered away from lolo back in the days, but now that i look at some gameplay it seems cool. from what i understand the eggerland versions are japan only?
As @ogo79 said, the SNS-RZ-USA is a prime giveaway that it's not a legit retail cart.
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424. Posted: Mon 5th Jul 2010 19:38 BST
Bout 3 quarters of what's out on VC is bad, and the only reason I'd get it is because the awesomer sequal (Mario Power Tennis or SSBB, Mario Kart Pilotwings when it comes out) is more expensive when the N64 origional, is not the best.... but it's cheaper.
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425. Posted: Mon 5th Jul 2010 19:41 BST
Sequel doesn't have an A in it.
I agree with Koops3 that most of the VC is itself shovelware. At least WiiWare is original, whereas for all anyone cares Nintendo could re-release Atari 2600 games just to meet demand.
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426. Posted: Mon 5th Jul 2010 19:49 BST
Yeah, a lot of the VC games are almost as bad as the WiiWare games. Problem is, Nintendo has TONS of good games they could release, but they don't. I have no idea why, but they don't. They have all these great games they COULD release, but instead they release Milon's Secret Castle and Enduro Racer ...
The best strategy in the game: go up stairs and pause balls.
427. Posted: Mon 5th Jul 2010 20:02 BST
Thats not Nintendo's fault though. They didn't ask or make the owners of those games to put them on the VC.
428. Posted: Mon 5th Jul 2010 20:04 BST
@Shadx no kidding what about the original Contra or Bionic Commando? Classic/iconinc games. I've been waiting for Ikari Warriors to come out since the beginning.
429. Posted: Mon 5th Jul 2010 23:36 BST
Capcom said they planned to release Bionic Commando back when Rearmed was released on the other consoles.But for reasons unexplained, Nintendo wouldn't let them.
430. Posted: Tue 6th Jul 2010 17:57 BST
Yeah, Nintendo really needs to come to a full agreement with Capcom. All we've really gotten is Street Fighter and Mega Man.
431. Posted: Tue 6th Jul 2010 21:56 BST
My guess why that the VC has slowed down so much is that they want to save alot of games for their next console so it can be profitable on the next console too. I'm guessing the next console will transfer the VC and Wiiware so it works on both systems kinda like the DLC with Rock Band and Rock Band 2. Then when the next console comes out, then they'll do 3-4 games a week again for a while.
Edited on Tue 6th July, 2010 @ 21:56 by CrazyOtto
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432. Posted: Fri 9th Jul 2010 15:25 BST
Does anybody else agree that its better to have a bad game than no game? We'll still complain but at least another game, even a bad one, is a small step in progress whereas no game at all is just stagnation.
Also, I think you should be able to freely gift your downloaded games on your Wii to the "Wii 2" but in doing so removes the data that you have downloaded the game on your Wii; you would have to purchase it again if you wanted to play it on your Wii.
Edited on Fri 9th July, 2010 @ 15:25 by Bass_X0
433. Posted: Fri 9th Jul 2010 15:32 BST
I HATE WIIWARE
434. Posted: Fri 9th Jul 2010 15:40 BST
435. Posted: Mon 12th Jul 2010 13:02 BST
Thought for sure there would be a VC release this week.
436. Posted: Mon 12th Jul 2010 13:09 BST
there's nothing that's certain... of that you can be certain
437. Posted: Mon 12th Jul 2010 13:12 BST
Is that supposed to be you or everyone else?
438. Posted: Mon 12th Jul 2010 13:34 BST
Me, crying at the crazy fanboyness of it all. retail, wiiware or VC, a good game is a good game no matter the format, there have been plenty of great wiiware titles to fill any gaps with VC releases, saying you wont buy a game because its on another system is more understandable since it cost to buy the machine, but the nonsense comments that wiiware equals trashy shovelware are unjustified, tons of that on VC and retail too, to miss out on the gems of wiiware because of a few bad games is beyond OTT.
439. Posted: Mon 12th Jul 2010 14:24 BST
Surely we have other games to play whilst the drought continues?
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440. Posted: Mon 12th Jul 2010 17:21 BST
^ There probably are, but one can still be rightfully disappointed if one of their favorite services (in this case, Virtual Console) doesn't regularly release games anymore.
I've posted this elsewhere, but you know how many VC games we've gotten this year in the U.S.? 19. That's... alarmingly low.
Edited on Mon 12th July, 2010 @ 17:22 by speedyboris