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rayword45

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Okami
Geometry Wars Galaxy
Zack and Wiki
De blob
Boom Blox
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LinktotheFuture

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Boom Blox is awesome, I am looking forward to the sequel, and I hope to get Okami for my birthday.

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Terra

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I bought both Disaster and Zack and Wiki today, along with Wii Chess. Can someone explain to me why Zack & Wiki has a Club Nintendo Star points code in it? I thought Capcom published it.

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motang

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LinkGalaxy wrote:

Zack & Wiki.

I am going to have to agree with that!

Terranigma wrote:

I bought both Disaster and Zack and Wiki today, along with Wii Chess. Can someone explain to me why Zack & Wiki has a Club Nintendo Star points code in it? I thought Capcom published it.

Unfortunately Disaster never came out here in the US. How is Disaster?

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Terra

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motang wrote:

Unfortunately Disaster never came out here in the US. How is Disaster?

I remember hearing about that from Reggie. Tough break for the US, for once over europe. Anyway, I haven't played it yet and i won't be able to until Monday evening at the earliest. It's because I have to live between two houses and I'm currently stuck in the one with no Wii. Sorry. I'll post my impressions then.

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Sean_Aaron

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Terranigma wrote:

I bought both Disaster and Zack and Wiki today, along with Wii Chess. Can someone explain to me why Zack & Wiki has a Club Nintendo Star points code in it? I thought Capcom published it.

No, Nintendo published that one outside of Japan; hence the card. Also true of Resident Evil 4 and Umbrella Chronicles, though I notice that Ookami didn't have one, so possibly that relationship changed?

Disaster is not a brilliant game, but it's a pretty decent one. The variety of action in the game and the fact that it's only 10 hours long, but promotes replay through weapons levelling and added difficulty brings it all together. Separately the bits aren't stellar, but the package is good fun and the graphics and voice acting are surprisingly good. I don't get why Nintendo didn't promote this title better, honestly.

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Terra

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No, Nintendo published that one outside of Japan; hence the card. Also true of Resident Evil 4 and Umbrella Chronicles, though I notice that Ookami didn't have one, so possibly that relationship changed?

I see now. I hadn't heard anything about the publishing deal for Zack & Wiki, or with the Resi Evil's for that matter. As for whether the relationshp has changed, It's hard to say. Maybe Okami was a one-off for now. Seeing as they did it for the first two Resi Evil's on the Wii, I wonder if Nintendo will do it again for Darkside Chronicles. If they don't, things probably have changed then.

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Disaster is not a brilliant game, but it's a pretty decent one. The variety of action in the game and the fact that it's only 10 hours long, but promotes replay through weapons levelling and added difficulty brings it all together. Separately the bits aren't stellar, but the package is good fun and the graphics and voice acting are surprisingly good. I don't get why Nintendo didn't promote this title better, honestly.

Thanks for the impressions. I wasn't expecting it to be brilliant when i bought it but i heard it was good fun. I was surprised by Nintendo on their lack of advertisment as well, maybe they just dropped the ball on this game. I don't know, it's all a mystery to me.

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Terra

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motang wrote:

How is Disaster?

So far, I’ve just completed stage 8 and i have to say that Sean got it pretty spot on with his impressions of the game. It is a rather enjoyable package. My only complaints are the Camera sometimes as having to constantly change it gets annoying and the running sequences are a quite Mario & Sonic-esque, only harder. At one point, I nearly got cramp in one hand having failed the sequence and having to retry twice.

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Sean_Aaron

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Terranigma wrote:

motang wrote:

How is Disaster?

So far, I’ve just completed stage 8 and i have to say that Sean got it pretty spot on with his impressions of the game. It is a rather enjoyable package. My only complaints are the Camera sometimes as having to constantly change it gets annoying and the running sequences are a quite Mario & Sonic-esque, only harder. At one point, I nearly got cramp in one hand having failed the sequence and having to retry twice.

I'm happy we can change the camera at least! Some of the driving sequences also get a bit annoying. It took me many attempts on the one at the beginning of the flood level; there's no checkpoint, so you have to re-watch a lot of non-skippable stuff and do the whole thing in one go.

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Terra

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Sean+Aaron wrote:

I'm happy we can change the camera at least!

Yeah, agreed there.

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Some of the driving sequences also get a bit annoying. It took me many attempts on the one at the beginning of the flood level; there's no checkpoint, so you have to re-watch a lot of non-skippable stuff and do the whole thing in one go.

I agree about the driving sequences, that can be annoying, especially the tsunami level. Some are alright though but it's one of my least favourtie parts of the game at some points. My least favorite is the mini-game where you have to drag people to a location slowly. When it comes to the shooting though, I'm always happy.

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Sean_Aaron

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The shooting does come at opportune moments. I do like saving the people, though sometimes when they're being belligerent I wish you could just abandon them!

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Storm_Owl

32. Posted:

Sonic unleashed
Verry underated

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joeshabadoo

33. Posted:

Dewy's Adventure
SSX Blur
Okami
Zack & Wiki
Excite Truck
Williams Pinball Hall of fame
Blast Works
Warioland
Dragon Ball BT 3

I feel like these (that people have mentioned) got a deserved and appropriate amount of attention:
De Blob
Boom Blox
Unbrella Chronicles

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geek-master

34. Posted:

rayman 3 best adventure game ever in my opinion./banjo kosoie for nN64/and rayman raveing rabitss tv party

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dcast1

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De Blob
(Pretty nice game where you paint buildings, sounds boring but it's not. Also, you don't kill things in it.)
Zack & Wiki
(Puzzles were pretty tough once you get deeper into the game.)
Elebits
(I enjoy zapping those little creatures.)
Resident Evil Umbrella Chronicles
(Way better than House of the Dead Overkill.)

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brandonbwii

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1. Zack and Wiki (fantastic design with even a few easter eggs)
2. Warioware: Smooth Moves (it may have sold well, im not sure, but it wasn't exactly the talk of the online community)
3. Boom Blox (an excellent start to a potentially fantastic puzzle series. Can't wait for sequel)
4. Toki Tori (one of my favorite wiiware games)
5. Endless Ocean (ALMOST like a glorified screen saver, but it's entertaining dialog and exploration gave it the value of a traditional game with the relaxation of aquarium gaming apps)

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Chatham

37. Posted:

The Godfather and Endless Ocean

@dcast: HotD wipes the floor with Umbrella Chronicles.

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Terra

38. Posted:

@Sean Aaron
I haven't seen that many people who've been like that when rescued so far but i do wish i left them when they are. Just got to Bainsville Northern Quarter and the game crashed while fighting. How annoying.

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Chatham

39. Posted:

@Terranigma: Lucky SOB, playing Disaster Day of Crisis... Guess I'll go play Bit.Trip Beat in a failed attempt to make you UKers jealous.

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Adam

40. Posted:

Bit.Trip Beat reviewed better than Disaster, so I don't know that it'd be a failed attempt.

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