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741. Posted: Sun 21st Aug 2011 23:23 BST
Thanks @Tasuki, but I've already owned Baseball Stars 2 and Final Fight. For him I recently purchased Wave Race 64, but he wasn't feeling it. So I gave Super Smash Bros. a shot and it keeps his attention longer than any of the other titles, but not long enough. I was thinking maybe Street Fighter 2 Alpha would hold onto his attention a little longer. What do you think @Tasuki?
Edited on Mon 22nd August, 2011 @ 03:24 by WiiAboutU
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742. Posted: Tue 23rd Aug 2011 01:32 BST
Does anyone know any cool secrets or codes for SSB?
743. Posted: Tue 23rd Aug 2011 05:11 BST
First, I'd try to unlock
744. Posted: Tue 23rd Aug 2011 05:16 BST
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745. Posted: Tue 23rd Aug 2011 06:47 BST
Thanks @SKTTR and @Tasuki, I'll check that FAQ out. Does "King of the Monsters" or "Street Fighter Alpha 2" sound like two worthy choices for my son, if he has enjoyed SSB so far?
Edited on Wed 24th August, 2011 @ 21:48 by WiiAboutU
746. Posted: Fri 26th Aug 2011 19:19 BST
Which of these three VC choices do you believe would be the best purchase for a 10 yr. old boy Mario Kart 64, F-Zero X or Cruis'n USA? Or do you think I should start him out with Super Mario Kart or F-Zero first?
Edited on Fri 26th August, 2011 @ 19:20 by WiiAboutU
747. Posted: Fri 26th Aug 2011 19:37 BST
Easy pick if you haven't already: Mario Kart 64
748. Posted: Sat 27th Aug 2011 00:21 BST
Thanks @TTGlider, that's what I thought. I just wanted another person's opinion. Does everyone else agree with this recommendation, why or why not? (<:
749. Posted: Sat 27th Aug 2011 00:28 BST
Mario Kart 64 for sure. The game just oozes creativity and imagination, plus the difficulty is perfect. F-Zero is a little more punishing and frustrating. Although I did love F-Zero as a kid.
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750. Posted: Sat 27th Aug 2011 00:34 BST
Is the original Smash Bros. worth it if I own Melee and Brawl? Never played the original, but I kinda want to own the entire series.
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751. Posted: Sat 27th Aug 2011 05:37 BST
Does anyone think he might enjoy StarFox 64 more than MK 64? Any other suggestions would be helpful as well. I believe he enjoys racing and fighting games the most. I'm torn between MK 64, F-Zero X and either LoZ: OoT or LoZ: MM. Anyone have a definite answer, remember he's 10 yrs. old.
Edited on Sat 27th August, 2011 @ 05:49 by WiiAboutU
752. Posted: Sun 28th Aug 2011 05:52 BST
I would download it again @Link245. My son enjoys it more than anything I've downloaded from the WiiShop service so far. And it will only cost you $10 more to complete your collection, why not download it? Plus it's more simple than it's successors, which makes it more accessible. This one is definitely suited for casual and hardcore gamers alike. (<:
Edited on Sun 28th August, 2011 @ 07:19 by WiiAboutU
753. Posted: Sun 28th Aug 2011 14:09 BST
Yeah, but I think the real fun in Smash Bros. games comes from multiplayer and I experienced that not many people want to play the original if you have Melee and Brawl around... and once you find enough people to get the most out of the game you still need 4 Wiimotes with 4 Classic Controllers and/or 4 Gamecube Controllers.
754. Posted: Mon 29th Aug 2011 00:09 BST
I had 500 pts. left over after I purchased a new map pack for BCF and so I spent it on Kid Icarus. I've never actually experienced Kid Icarus before, but I've heard good things about the core gameplay. Was this an intelligent decision, why or why not?
755. Posted: Mon 29th Aug 2011 00:16 BST
What does it matter you spent the points already its not like if we all said it was a bad purchase you can get your points back.
756. Posted: Mon 29th Aug 2011 00:22 BST
I enjoyed Kid Icarus. Concluded a map for some of the harder labyrinth stages though. Beaten it twice to get to the best ending. (After you beat the game you start over with all your stats and items).Starting a fresh new game is difficult as you don't have the better arrows, shield and stuff, but it gets easier once you level up your energy bar and bought some of the useful items/skills.To level up you have to collect enough hearts (kill enemies) in a stage. If you hit a certain score you get another energy container at the end of the stage.My advice: Don't rush through the stages. Kill all the easy respawning enemies to collect enough hearts for the level-up bonus.
757. Posted: Mon 29th Aug 2011 00:26 BST
And has your opinion changed since I purchased it @Tasuki? I'm just trying to evaluate my purchase. I'm really not familar with every NES title, so any comparisons would be helpful.
758. Posted: Mon 29th Aug 2011 00:32 BST
@WiiAboutU: Actually I never played it . I remember my friend having it back in grade school and watching him play it but never really played it or if I did I dont remember it.
I wasnt doggin your purchase it just seemed odd that you asked if you made a good purchase after you made it thats all. In truth as long as you enjoy it than yes it was a good purchase.
Edited on Mon 29th August, 2011 @ 00:33 by Tasuki
759. Posted: Mon 29th Aug 2011 01:34 BST
So far I'm enjoying it @SKTTR. I really didn't expect to see such precise and responsive control present in an NES title. (<:
Edited on Mon 29th August, 2011 @ 01:34 by WiiAboutU
760. Posted: Mon 29th Aug 2011 19:57 BST
Which of these games is the best?
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