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781. Posted: Sat 1st Oct 2011 11:07 BST
I've got a 1000 points left and I think I want a strategy title more than an RPG. I've been wanting Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordily Caliber, it seems like the best strategy title available on VC or the WiiWare service. Can anybody tell me if it's as good as it seems to be? I'll probably purchase Chrono Trigger or Phantasy Star lV in the future, because I don't want to be left with 200 Wii points just sitting around teasing me. Also, nintendolife informs me that you aren't able to experience every mission in one playthrough. So are you able to transfer your equipment and ranks you've collected into your following playthroughs or are you forced to start over from scratch?
Edited on Sat 1st October, 2011 @ 11:22 by WiiAboutU
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782. Posted: Sat 1st Oct 2011 15:28 BST
As far as strategy titles go, Ogre Battle 64 is the best "real-time-esque" option, the Shining Force games the best strategy RPGs, Military Madness the best turn-based strategy game and Romance of the Three Kingdoms IV the best management title.
I'd say Shining Force 2 is the best game of the five overall, but it depends on what type of game you want. "Strategy" is a very broad descriptor.
Edited on Sat 1st October, 2011 @ 15:28 by Adamant
783. Posted: Sun 2nd Oct 2011 00:17 BST
If you're talking about Chrono Trigger then yes, you can transfer all your equipment, items, levels and stats over to a new game ("New Game +" option gets unlocked.) once you beat it.
Edited on Sun 2nd October, 2011 @ 00:19 by SKTTR
784. Posted: Sun 2nd Oct 2011 00:55 BST
Yeah, I know Chrono Trigger has that option @SKTTR, I was actually referring to OB 64: PoLC. But thanks for caring. Your a good friend, why don't you join our NL Moto Heroz racing league my friend or do you already belong to one? (<:
Edited on Sun 2nd October, 2011 @ 00:57 by WiiAboutU
785. Posted: Sun 2nd Oct 2011 18:04 BST
I'm playing casually as I'm not the kind of gamer who just plays one game, the same game every day, but if you want me in your team how can I join?
786. Posted: Mon 3rd Oct 2011 01:49 BST
I've got a 1000 points left and I think I want a strategy title more than an RPG. I've been wanting Ogre Battle 64: Person of Lordily Caliber, are you able to transfer your equipment and ranks you've collected into your following playthroughs or are you forced to start over from scratch?
No. You have to start over from scratch.
You can also see more Ogre Battle 64 opinions on Nintendolife here.
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787. Posted: Thu 22nd Dec 2011 03:20 GMT
How is Sonic 3D Blast? I've always wanted to play that game, but all I know about it is it's a 3D top-down Sonic game.
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788. Posted: Fri 23rd Dec 2011 02:15 GMT
How is Sonic 3D Blast? I've always wanted to play that game, but all I know about it is it's a 3D top-down Isometric Sonic game.
Fixed. Seriously, outside of the occasional loop-de-loops and Sonic himself, you'd never know it was a Sonic game. And it's Isometric, not Top-down. With that said, I personally enjoyed it for what it was. The levels were all well designed and creative, I never really had a problem with the controls like I usually do with Isometric games, and it was generally pretty fun, so long as you take it for what it is.
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789. Posted: Sat 31st Dec 2011 19:00 GMT
I have 2000 Wii Points to kill. What should I get? I really only want VC games by the way, hence, why I'm posting on the VC recommendations thread.
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790. Posted: Sun 1st Jan 2012 08:50 GMT
@SuperLink: What kind of games are you interested in?
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791. Posted: Wed 4th Jan 2012 18:54 GMT
Well, his username is SuperLink. It's obvious what he's interested in.
792. Posted: Thu 2nd Feb 2012 01:16 GMT
Hey I've got $8 on my channel account, so what should I get-- Super Mario World or Zelda: A Link To The Past? From what I've heard, I'm leaning towards ALTTP, but I'm fans of both series. What should I do!?
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793. Posted: Thu 2nd Feb 2012 05:59 GMT
ALttP is a great game. Either one would be a good choice, unless they show up for 100 coins on Club Nintendo later. I don't know, you might be better off buying something not published by Nintendo.
794. Posted: Fri 17th Feb 2012 00:07 GMT
My post was closed. I´m confused about which version is better from wonderboy series in master system-genesis/ turbografx
monster lair in turbografx and genesisdragon´s trap/curse in master system and turbografxmonster world / dinastic hero in master system and genesismonster land in master system
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795. Posted: Fri 17th Feb 2012 01:39 GMT
I got all the original Wonder Boy versions and I wouldn´t like it any other way. I prefer the Wonder Boy versions and I´m very happy with them.
1. Wonder Boy (SMS)2. Wonder Boy in Monster Land (SMS)3. Wonder Boy III: The Dragon´s Trap4. Wonder Boy III: Monster Lair (MD)5. Wonder Boy in Monster World (MD)
Despite the TG versions having CD music, the original Wonder Boy chiptunes are much better imo.
The only one that´s a bit disappointing is the MD version of Monster Lair. It´s missing some levels compared to the TG version. I hope the full original arcade version will be released (you should wait for that one).
The others (Adventure Island, The Dynastic Hero, and Dragon´s Curse) are almost 1:1 ports, at least in level design. But Wonder Boy has unlimited continues and looks much better than Adventure Island.Dragon´s Curse has a save feature compared to WB3:TDT password, but that makes no difference, at least not with the Wii´s suspend feature. And The Dynastic Hero has an animated intro and alternative characters/story, but like I said before, you get an all-new CD soundtrack that´s missing all the great tunes from Monster World.
796. Posted: Fri 17th Feb 2012 14:49 GMT
Just flip a coin. There's no way you can go wrong with either one.
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797. Posted: Tue 21st Feb 2012 21:57 GMT
k so here is my predicament.I have 2200 points and dicided to get street fighter 2 finally I also want a castlvainia but i'm not sure what game i should get a mega man game, mario rpg, or something nice and beat em uppy. what should i get cause i really wouldnt want another platformer?
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798. Posted: Wed 22nd Feb 2012 01:29 GMT
@lonlon-milker If you want Street Fighter 2 I'd wait for the online version. And if you're thinking of which Castlevania game to get, this vs thread might help you decide. Also you could wait and see if Monster World 4 is really coming to the VC later this year. It's like a platformer/RPG/beat em up game.
Edited on Wed 22nd February, 2012 @ 01:31 by Gamesake
799. Posted: Sun 26th Feb 2012 18:37 GMT
So this is probably a weird question/request, but can anyone recommend a game that they had never played before and turned out great. For me, the VC is mostly great because of nostalgia. For example, I had never played Super Metroid before but downloaded it because I had heard how awesome it was. And although I know it improves on the original in every imaginable way, I still prefer the original Metroid, and the only reason I can give is because I grew up playing the original. So does anyone have a game that they took a chance on even though they had never played it before and truly loved it?
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800. Posted: Sun 26th Feb 2012 20:05 GMT
@Xyphon22thats not a weird question at all. part of VC is for nostalgia while the other part is for discovery...yes there are a few games ive downloaded that ive never played untill VC:Bio Miracle Bokutte Upa was one of those games i kept sayin to myself as i was playing "im glad i got this game"Ufouria Rondo Of BloodAlien Soldierand theres a few more im going to get that i know i will like. it helps to youtube the game first and see what yer gettin into
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