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41. Posted: Sun 20th May 2012 13:40 BST
Fire Emblem: Radient DawnPokePark 2: Wonder's BeyondKirby's Return to DreamlandRune Factory: Frontier Pandora's Tower (If it's released in the US)Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Waiting for the price cut in June)NPC Pikmin
42. Posted: Sun 20th May 2012 21:11 BST
I just want to get.Epic Mickey 2Beat the Beat Rhythm Paradiseand Project Zero 2.
And that'll be my Wii collection completed.Obviously if there's some more Wii games revealed at E3,then it's a different matter.
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43. Posted: Sun 20th May 2012 22:27 BST
@Nick-Clegg, I have an inkling there will be more Wii titles announced at this coming E3. Remember, Nintendo stated they'll still be supporting the Wii console for at least two years after the WiiU has launched? I'm not sure how much support it is inclined to, but I'm sure there's something instore for us at E3. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for another TLoZ Wii title with exactly the same visual style as Skyward Sword. I highly doubt it, but one can only wish.
Edited on Sun 20th May, 2012 @ 22:32 by Nintenbro
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44. Posted: Tue 22nd May 2012 04:01 BST
@Remember, Nintendo stated they'll still be supporting the Wii console for at least two years after the WiiU has launched?
I'd like that to happen, but I doubt it. Companies aren't exactly known for sticking to their word!
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45. Posted: Tue 22nd May 2012 04:14 BST
I missed out on Metroid Prime Trilogy... how I wish I could I find a copy of that game...
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46. Posted: Tue 22nd May 2012 04:25 BST
Some of these lists are huge, and yet people complain about a lack of games... huh, that's strange...
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47. Posted: Tue 22nd May 2012 04:48 BST
I've sort of neglected my Wii... All I really want is Super Smash Bros. Brawl, but I'm waiting for a price cut. I guess I'm missing out on Rayman Origins, too. I loved the demo on the PS3.
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48. Posted: Tue 22nd May 2012 14:59 BST
G4L wrote:@Remember, Nintendo stated they'll still be supporting the Wii console for at least two years after the WiiU has launched?I'd like that to happen, but I doubt it. Companies aren't exactly known for sticking to their word!
If the Wii U is a massive success,the Wii will just die out completely.
49. Posted: Tue 22nd May 2012 15:15 BST
Not too many on my list, actually.
Wii Sports ResortDonkey Kong Country ReturnsKirby's Epic YarnKirby's Return to DreamlandPikmin 2 (Finally, NA. Jeez.)
(maybe) Phineas & Ferb: The Movie Across the 2nd Dimension (I kind of want THAT one 3rd party kiddy game for my Wii....plus I love the show to death.)(maybe) Conduit 2....meh, I guess since I have the first one and I usually keep collecting a series.
Also, already have The Last Story on pre-order!
Oh, and whatever that Kirby 20th Anniversary thing is going to be, I'll get that as well.
Edited on Tue 22nd May, 2012 @ 15:18 by Dezner
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50. Posted: Wed 23rd May 2012 08:49 BST
I play almost exclusively on portables now but I'd like to grab SMG2 (hangs head in shame), DKCR, KEY and The Last Story for my Wii some day. Nintendo games take years to drop in price here in Aus. I could import from the UK but I always get distracted by the cheaper DS games. Hopefully I can get these super cheap when the Wii U comes out! XD
Edited on Wed 23rd May, 2012 @ 08:50 by cc-plus
51. Posted: Wed 23rd May 2012 22:47 BST
-Donkey Kong Country Returns-Kirby's Return to Dreamland-Punch Out!-Super Paper Mario
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52. Posted: Wed 23rd May 2012 23:00 BST
1. Donkey Kong Country Returns. 2. Kirby's Return to Dreamland. 3. Super Paper Mario4.Super Mario Galaxy (#1, I own #2)5. Xenoblade Chronicles(Counting Virtual Console Games1. Super Metroid2.Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past) All of that + the ones I haven't finished yet but own such as6. Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword7.Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess8. Monster Hunter Tri(Counting Virtual Console/Wiiware games:1. Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time2.Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask3.Legend of Zelda4.Legend of Zelda II: Adventure of Link5. Fluidity6. Super Mario World7. Paper Mario)
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53. Posted: Wed 23rd May 2012 23:04 BST
Of course I'm not buying any more wii games until 6 months after the Wii U comes out. Then I can get the ones on my Wi(i)shlist for $5 a game (Hopefully )
54. Posted: Thu 24th May 2012 01:32 BST
Nope, most of your wishlist is made of Nintendo games, not even a new console can drive their prices that low. I remember looking for used Gamecube games after the Wii launch thinking they'd be giving them away. They weren't. Not the good ones at least.
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55. Posted: Thu 24th May 2012 01:36 BST
N64 games (at a local third party retailer), are still anywhere between $15-35 used. I saw FF2 and FF3 there the other day. for $50 a pop. It was crazy.
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56. Posted: Thu 24th May 2012 15:19 BST
If you have the gift of the gab there is this technique called barter or haggle that has been around for centuries. When I do it I can knock off 20 - 50 bucks on any game that is 1-2 years old. Try it and you shall succeed
57. Posted: Thu 24th May 2012 16:00 BST
Where are you doing this? As far as I know, JB HiFi won't accept haggling, and EB will only price match. Please tell me I'm wrong though!
58. Posted: Thu 24th May 2012 16:17 BST
Last I checked, people got kicked out of stores for trying to haggle. Price matching is all you can do here. Maybe it's different in Australia?
59. Posted: Thu 24th May 2012 16:44 BST
There's a handful of games I need to check out on Wii and I have about 60-ish games..
60. Posted: Sat 16th Jun 2012 22:02 BST
iI'm done with the back catalogue i think bar maybe trying Xenoblade Chronicles (ie. getting my own copy and devoting time to it). The other Wii games I definately intend to get are not yet released in the EU:
Lego Lord of the Rings and Epic Mickey 2. (EDIT: Bought Lego Batman 2 and Beat the Beat Wii recently - both smashing).
The EU will never get Excitebots and Mario Super Sluggers. I desire them greatly. SIGH
I'm lucky enough to have played 85 or so Wii games and currently own between 35-40
Of the back catalogue I wouldn't mind my own copies of Resident Evil: Darkside Chronicles and Red Steel 2. However, the bohemoth that is the Wii U and its software approaches (nervously pats wallet apologetically)
Edited on Tue 24th July, 2012 @ 17:55 by LEGEND_MARIOID
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