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481. Posted: Tue 16th Aug 2011 00:37 BST
I don't think I've played or liked a Batman game since the Nes original. Is this one worth checking out? WayForward was behind this one, which kind of raises a little glimmer of hope.
Yes it's a great co-op beat 'em up actually. I got my copy for $10 new and at that price it's an outstanding value.
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482. Posted: Tue 16th Aug 2011 01:03 BST
But doesn't 2 have multiplayer? If so, is it any good?
never bored to play it - dont think anyone has... metroid and multiplayer doenst go well together ;p
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483. Posted: Tue 16th Aug 2011 01:06 BST
Link245 wrote:But doesn't 2 have multiplayer? If so, is it any good?never bored to play it - dont think anyone has... metroid and multiplayer doenst go well together ;p
Yeah, I don't think you're really going to be buying any Metroid games for it's multiplayer lol
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484. Posted: Tue 16th Aug 2011 19:32 BST
Can anyone recommend Red Steel 2 for $16? I'm torn...
485. Posted: Tue 16th Aug 2011 19:35 BST
It's a great game, I would buy it.The motion plus controls are great.
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486. Posted: Tue 16th Aug 2011 19:41 BST
Agreed... It's a bargin for that price.
487. Posted: Tue 16th Aug 2011 22:02 BST
It doesn't really control like a FPS, it's more like Metroid Prime (FYI). I wouldn't buy it unless you already have Wii Motion Plus in order to play it. Red Steel 2 barely uses Motion Plus at all, so buying an expensive accessory is not worth it for this game.
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488. Posted: Tue 16th Aug 2011 22:03 BST
I already have Wii MotionPlus.
489. Posted: Tue 16th Aug 2011 22:17 BST
@Oddy Yes, Red Steel 2 is a very fun game. @Gamesake what do you mean Red Steel 2 barely uses Motion Plus at all? It is probably the best example of M+'s capablities besides Sports Resort and possibly Wii Play Motion ( haven't tried that) to date. Every Swipe of your Wii mote is pretty much perfectly represented onscreen. It definitely would not be possible without WM+. Anyway, oddy, I say go for it. it can get kinda repetitive, seeing how there are only four guns, but overall the game is very entertaining, and for sixteen bucks, you should have a good time with it.
Edited on Tue 16th August, 2011 @ 22:19 by pikku
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490. Posted: Tue 16th Aug 2011 22:19 BST
OK thanks guys, I might get it.
491. Posted: Tue 16th Aug 2011 22:39 BST
@Gamesake what do you mean Red Steel 2 barely uses Motion Plus at all? It is probably the best example of M+'s capablities besides Sports Resort and possibly Wii Play Motion ( haven't tried that) to date. Every Swipe of your Wii mote is pretty much perfectly represented onscreen. It definitely would not be possible without WM+.
Nonsense. Only when you're blocking will you see 1:1 motion. This game was a wasted opportunity.
492. Posted: Wed 17th Aug 2011 01:28 BST
Batman: The Brave and the bold it its! Along with....
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Also, I recommend Sin & Punishment 2 to those who are a fan of that type of genre, while i can see the greatness, it just left me feeling cold in spots, probably because of it's cold anime empy lifeless presentation.... the two main characters of course were just blugh.
It's like a high octain balls to the walls rollercoaster ride, and while there were moments of greatness like the underwater stage, duking it out with those gigantic eels that looked like they were going to pop out of the screen, or that giant fying incredibly tough tiger/eagle boss and the Space-fied stardusty vivid bullet frenzied ultraINTENSE final boss battle ect ect, yet I just started to grow tired of it all....
I'm just not a fan of most on rail/shooter games, or shooting games in general...Although there are a couple of exceptions....Plus, the music was pretty weak and unmemorable and the End final boss kept weezin' on my grindage.
Edited on Wed 17th August, 2011 @ 05:12 by WaveBoy
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493. Posted: Fri 19th Aug 2011 05:10 BST
So in Metal Slug: Anthology which Metal Slug game do you guys consider the greatest & weakest out of 1-7? I remember playing a bit of the first back in the arcades, while i got around to playing and beating Metal Slug 2(which was no easy task by the way...The last Alien infested stage especially was pure madness!), and most recently MS7 for DS.
Riding Elephants with Laser beams strapped to their backs while blasting down heaps of Zombies? Oh Metal Slug, you're so cool Brewster!
Part of me wishes I would of not bothered with MS2 on the Wii's VC considering the newer release 'X'(which is included in the MS: Anthology) improves big time on the crazy bad slow down issues that reaked havok n MS2. Great game, but that blippin slow down hampered the experience...
Anyways, MS3 is regarded by most thee' greatest hands down.....As it seems to be the most crazy, original and imaginitive out of the bunch.
Edited on Fri 19th August, 2011 @ 05:14 by WaveBoy
494. Posted: Fri 19th Aug 2011 06:15 BST
You wont be disappointed with Batman the Brave and the Bold Waveboy especially if you have someone to play the co-op with you. My son rented that from Blockbuster and after watching him play the first level I had to jump in an play it with him.
Wow you have never played or liked a Batman game since Batman on the NES?
Have you ever tried Batman Returns on SNES or The Adventures of Batman and Robin on SNES? If you havent I suggest you check them out especially if you liked the Tim Burton movie or the 90's animated series.
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495. Posted: Fri 19th Aug 2011 06:45 BST
Metal Slug X is my favorite. Which is odd as it's just Metal Slug 2 except slightly better.
It makes me think it was released entirely because they released Metal Slug 2 too early. (insert Capcom joke here)
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496. Posted: Fri 19th Aug 2011 07:15 BST
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I agree with you, @MahWaveBoi. Metal Slug 3 hands down.The one I didn't enjoy too much was 4 or 5. Don't remember which of 'em.
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497. Posted: Fri 19th Aug 2011 08:22 BST
Gonna recommend Samurai Warriors 3 again. Because I haven't for a while.
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498. Posted: Fri 19th Aug 2011 08:23 BST
Gonna recommend Little King's Story and/or Muramasa. Because I haven't for a while.
499. Posted: Fri 19th Aug 2011 08:24 BST
Seconded. But only after Samurai Warriors.
And Chocobo Mystery Dungeon.
Little King's Story is a neat number 3 though.
500. Posted: Fri 19th Aug 2011 14:32 BST
So I heard about this niche game released only in Europe called Zeno's Blade or something along those lines. Granted with a name like that it's probably just some cheesy-japaneesy, emo hack n'slash, but I hear its built up a small cult following...Should I consider getting it when it hits the bargain bin?