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21. Posted: Sun 29th Apr 2012 20:14 BST
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22. Posted: Sun 29th Apr 2012 20:17 BST
@Sony_70 VC games don't count. It has to be either a Wii or Wiiware game.
23. Posted: Sun 29th Apr 2012 20:26 BST
I was a trolling.
24. Posted: Sun 29th Apr 2012 20:39 BST
Does Brawl count? No? Well then NSMB Wii, at least until I get Rayman Origins.
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25. Posted: Mon 30th Apr 2012 03:08 BST
so I think you're implying you really enjoyed A Boy and His Blob.
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26. Posted: Mon 30th Apr 2012 04:29 BST
I really didn't care much for Wario Land. I liked the design but it just played too slowly, I usually like to 100% games in the this genre but once I cleared WL I left it alone because I couldn't face crawling through all the levels again multiple times over to find secrets or whatever.
I'm split between Rayman Origins and Kirby's Epic Yarn, both of which I rate above NSMBW. Kirby's Epic Yarn was a bit too easy, but it was so nice to play. I still haven't played DKCR or Return To Dreamland.
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27. Posted: Mon 30th Apr 2012 04:37 BST
Kirby's Epic Yarn so far :3
28. Posted: Mon 30th Apr 2012 04:55 BST
Wario Land Shake it! > Klonoa > Kirby's Epic Yarn + NSMBWii.
Kirby's Lack in difficulty based on the fact that you can't die knock it down for me...., Visually breath taking-unique, brilliant sounding, fantastic motion controls(ahem, fire truck!) and solid platforming aside. While NSMBWii has 'brilliant' platforming/design, but completely lacks in the imagination/creativity department where epic yarn clearly out does it X1000....NSMBWii dished out wayyyy too many 1-ups & powerups, the graphics were generic, 'plastic' and simple(yet nice) and there was hardly a single ounce of Mario-originality in sight! Regrdless, it's a Good game no doubt if you look past those things and think of it as a Wii-ified version of the DS original. The Wii version trumps it no question. Both great games, But i can't seem to award a winner here.
And my Copies of A Boy & his Blob, Kirby's Return to Dreamland and DKCR are soon going to get played since I'm gradually knocking down the games i need to finish in my Game collection. 9 being left. And I'm definitly going to get Rayman Origins! And it's hilarious you know, I'm always raving about the Wii yet I still haven't played some of it's most enormous classics like the platformers listed above 'including' Galaxy 2, Zelda Skyward Sword ect ect.
The Wii is far from dead to me obviously, i'm clearly a bit behind. tee hee.
Edited on Mon 30th April, 2012 @ 04:58 by WaveBoy
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29. Posted: Mon 30th Apr 2012 04:59 BST
You've got amazing taste my friend hehe.
30. Posted: Mon 30th Apr 2012 13:56 BST
i'm torn between donkey kong country returns, kirby's return to dreamland and super mario bros wii
31. Posted: Mon 30th Apr 2012 14:15 BST
Kirby's Epic Yarn,despite people saying it's not a real Kirby game,i still enjoyed it,it was great and the art design was simply fantastic.
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32. Posted: Mon 30th Apr 2012 20:07 BST
Gaah! DKCR was fantastic and I still love the game to death but Rayman Origins was superb as well. Then there's NSMBW which people seem to be complaining more about now but it was great as well. I guess it's a 3 way tie
Edited on Mon 30th April, 2012 @ 20:08 by CapnPancakes
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33. Posted: Mon 30th Apr 2012 23:35 BST
Kirby's Epic Yarn isn't so different from most Kirby games in that you can breeze through most levels if you want, but it becomes a good deal trickier when you try to 100% it. The inability to die doesn't change that.
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34. Posted: Tue 1st May 2012 12:46 BST
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35. Posted: Tue 1st May 2012 16:25 BST
Hmm, I should get Wario Land: The Shake Dimension. I've heard many good things about it, but it was low on my priority list.
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36. Posted: Wed 2nd May 2012 13:54 BST
It's a very good game,well worth getting it.
37. Posted: Wed 2nd May 2012 14:00 BST
You can't beat DKCR. I was skeptical when the game was first shown but wow, was I ever wrong to doubt Retro on this one.
But in general, the Wii has been home to more stunning platformers than any system since the SNES. We're living in the golden age of the genre.
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38. Posted: Thu 3rd May 2012 13:08 BST
Can't decide between Wario Land Shake and DKCR, they're both so amazing in totally different ways.
39. Posted: Thu 3rd May 2012 15:06 BST
Wario Land: Shake It!
40. Posted: Thu 3rd May 2012 15:17 BST
Fluidity or NSMBW
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