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41. Posted: Mon 13th Apr 2009 06:42 BST
Rampage Total Destruction. The game itself sucks, but the classic Rampage titles make it worth buying for cheap.
42. Posted: Mon 13th Apr 2009 06:45 BST
Sonic & The Black Knight actually isnt bad as everyone thinks i mean the boss battles are a little difficult but otherwise the game has some potential
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43. Posted: Mon 13th Apr 2009 08:52 BST
@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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Bit.Trip Beat reviewed better than Disaster, so I don't know that it'd be a failed attempt.
That may be so but i wouldn't compare the reviews together as they are completely different games in almost every way.
Which of the Classic games are on the disc?
Edited on Mon 13th April, 2009 @ 08:53 by Terra
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44. Posted: Mon 13th Apr 2009 15:57 BST
The original Rampage and Rampage World Tour. World Tour is such a guilty pleasure.
45. Posted: Mon 13th Apr 2009 22:06 BST
Deadly Creatures, de Blob, Zack & Wiki, and Okami. All fantastic titles that every Wii owner should play.
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46. Posted: Tue 14th Apr 2009 13:18 BST
I actually enjoy Total Destruction itself, though the controls are a bit borked.
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47. Posted: Tue 14th Apr 2009 23:04 BST
^ I don't think I have figured the controls yet. I'd give it a try, but World Tour is so much fun ^^
48. Posted: Tue 14th Apr 2009 23:19 BST
Fire Emblem: Radiant DawnIf you get past the first few levels, which are surprisingly hard, its one of the best turn-based strategy-games i have ever played!
49. Posted: Wed 15th Apr 2009 14:49 BST
Well, I just so happen to have a review on my blog, if you're so interested and I go into some detail on the controls. I agree they are needlessly complex; it would have been better to just do a couple of motions and the rest with a combination of button presses and control stick moves. I had to have the manual open next to me whilst playing even with the guide on the pause menu available!
50. Posted: Wed 15th Apr 2009 15:10 BST
The obvious ones are: Okami, Boom Blox, Zack&Wiki (which are all brilliant and "gold award" material).
Wierd ones which we enjoyed a lot: Speed Racer, Nerf N-Strike, Sega Superstars Tennis (its always in the bargain bin), EA Playground (good for kids), Family Trainer (great for family despite its limitations), Geometry Wars Galaxies
Edited on Wed 15th April, 2009 @ 15:15 by LEGEND_MARIOID
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51. Posted: Wed 15th Apr 2009 18:50 BST
The Godfather: Blackhand Edition
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52. Posted: Wed 22nd Apr 2009 14:11 BST
Not sure if any one said this yet, but I believe No More Heroes was a bit underrated. I have not played this game myself, but maybe once I’m done with Madworld I’ll check it out.
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53. Posted: Sun 26th Apr 2009 12:47 BST
OkamiMadworldNo more heroesBullyBoom BloxDe blob
54. Posted: Sun 26th Apr 2009 13:23 BST
When I think of overlooked Wii games games, the following titles come to mind:
55. Posted: Mon 21st Sep 2009 18:50 BST
I get the impression Little Kings Story is overlooked.
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56. Posted: Mon 21st Sep 2009 18:59 BST
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57. Posted: Mon 21st Sep 2009 19:05 BST
Ugh I want to play disaster so bad! It looks great...same as fatal frame IV
58. Posted: Mon 21st Sep 2009 19:55 BST
Klonoa, which is doubly sad because technically the game had already been overlooked before.
I find it odd that these perfectly good third party titles on Wii get overlooked. Even a couple of my long time gamer friends don't even know about the majority of these games. Clearly Nintendo's new goals have lead many to assume nothing exists on the system for them and that, to me, is a grossly inaccurate assumption. Of course, at the same time, with so much on other consoles to keep them entertained you can't really blame them for not paying much attention. The Wii is in an odd position in that it's extremely popular but just not on the level or with the people the industry is use to.
Edited on Mon 21st September, 2009 @ 19:55 by Rapadash6
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59. Posted: Wed 20th Jan 2010 01:11 GMT
As for me:
■ de Blob■ Wario Land: Shake it!■ Blast Works■ Twilight Princess(It gets a lot of haters these days)■ Okami(more people shoulda bought it)■ No More Heroes(Moar sales! At least let No More Heroes 2 be more of a success!)■ NiGHTS: Journey into Dreams(both)
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60. Posted: Wed 20th Jan 2010 01:13 GMT
Mario Strikers Charged. Seriously.
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