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621. Posted: Fri 23rd Sep 2011 08:15 BST
Tasuki, no need to shout or exaggerate.
@WiiAboutU Please use the Edit button in future instead of double or triple posting. Cheers.
I am not ignoring you. I just do not post much.
622. Posted: Fri 23rd Sep 2011 08:21 BST
Tasuki, no need to shout or exaggerate.@WiiAboutU Please use the Edit button in future instead of double or triple posting. Cheers.
Sorry didnt mean it as shouting there.
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623. Posted: Fri 23rd Sep 2011 08:32 BST
Sorry, I cleaned it up a bit. )<:But does anyone know if 2000 mAh rechargeable batteries last longer between recharges than 500 mAh?
Edited on Fri 23rd September, 2011 @ 08:50 by WiiAboutU
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624. Posted: Fri 23rd Sep 2011 12:01 BST
Yeah, they last much longer.I bought a rechargable battery pack when the Wii came out in 2006. 4 rechargable 2700 batteries included. They still work. I bought 6 more, because I have 4 Wiimotes now, and always need to have 2 extra to recharge, while the other 8 are in use for the 4 Wiimotes.
So 10 batteries, 8 are in the Wiimotes, 2 are in the recharger. As soon as one Wiimote is empty, I exchange the batteries.It's the best solution imo, much greener than wasting thousands normal batteries or those unofficial "Wii charge stands" that easily break and are of no use other than using it for Wiimotes.
625. Posted: Fri 23rd Sep 2011 20:32 BST
Thanks @SKTTR, that's great news to hear. I really need to buy some more WiiMotes. I wish I could find some with the built in Motion Plus, for a lower price than I've seen. I had a blue one, but GameStop has it now. Yeah, I purchased an Energizer induction charger w/2 rechargeable battery packs and one pack lost it's juice in less than 3 months. I could kick myself for spending 30+ dollars on it, what a waste of money for such a small amount of convenience. I'm glad I smartened up and purchased those Sanyo eneloops this time around. (<:
626. Posted: Sun 25th Sep 2011 03:48 BST
Can anyone recommend some great but little known or underrated Wii titles?
Currently Playing: Xbox 360: Arkham City, MW3, Gears 3, UMV3, Battlefield 3PS3: inFAMOUS 2, LBP 2. Rachet & Clank: All 4 One, Uncharted 3, Resistance 3Xperia Play: Crash BandicootiOS: Sonic CD, Infinity Blade, Arkham City Lockdown, Mega Man X, Chrono Trigger
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627. Posted: Sun 25th Sep 2011 03:50 BST
What genre are you looking for?
628. Posted: Sun 25th Sep 2011 03:52 BST
Link245 wrote:Can anyone recommend some great but little known or underrated Wii titles?What genre are you looking for?
I dunno, just something different. Maybe an RPG?
629. Posted: Sun 25th Sep 2011 04:16 BST
@Link245 Muramasa: The Demon Blade has RPG qualities and is a fairly immersive hack and slash platformer, with a beautiful art style. Also, Valhalla Knights: Eldar Saga is very obscure RPG. But don't let GameStop rob you for $40 they still want for it, you can find a brand new copy at Amazon for around $12.00
Edited on Sun 25th September, 2011 @ 04:19 by WiiAboutU
630. Posted: Sun 2nd Oct 2011 15:08 BST
I've got around £20 to blow on Amazon.co.uk so I can get free shipping on another order. Problem is, I don't know what to get.
I've also got a DS so I might use this chance to get closer to complete my DS collection
I'm a big fan of platformers so I'm leaning towards Sonic. Not that much into RPGs (so no Xenoblade) or shooters (which is why I'm not sure about Goldeneye)
Edited on Sun 2nd October, 2011 @ 15:09 by citizenerased
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Finished: Pikmin, Kirby's Epic Yarn, Super Paper Mario and Uncharted 2
631. Posted: Sun 2nd Oct 2011 15:18 BST
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632. Posted: Sun 2nd Oct 2011 16:32 BST
I've got around £20 to blow on Amazon.co.uk so I can get free shipping on another order. Problem is, I don't know what to get.Choices include:
just Sonic Colours or Mario Kart Wii (wasn't going to spend that much on it though)
or two of the following: Lego Batman, Goldeneye, Another Code R, or any other Wii game that they have for ~£10
I've also got a DS so I might use this chance to get closer to complete my DS collectionI'm a big fan of platformers so I'm leaning towards Sonic. Not that much into RPGs (so no Xenoblade) or shooters (which is why I'm not sure about Goldeneye)
mario kart is currently 24.99 here with the wii wheel
sonic colours is arguably the best sonic game on the wii and you can get it for under £18
DS wise, ninja gaiden - under £9 it's a steal
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633. Posted: Sun 2nd Oct 2011 17:30 BST
Thanks for the suggestions, already got Ninja Gaiden on DS (awesome game)
I noticed they sell Sonic for £12, but it's Amazon's Jersey seller. It'll take a bit longer but I'll probably do that. And maybe Batman Lego.
EDIT: That's what I ended up getting.
Edited on Sun 2nd October, 2011 @ 17:34 by citizenerased
634. Posted: Mon 10th Oct 2011 16:55 BST
I recommend Super Monkey Ball Banana Blitz Since I am in Monkey Ball Mania fever mode right now hehe.But yup! Banana Blitz is heavily underated by most Monkey Ball fans! I find that the Motion controls are much fresher, totaly fun and more intuitive than using the analog stick to the tilt the board in the previous monkey ball titles including the latest Super Monkey Ball 3D for the 3DS. Plus the jumping Mechanic adds so much more to the fun. Half of the mini games are junk but the main game for the most part is grade A monkey bananaRAMA milkshaking' stuff!
Edited on Mon 10th October, 2011 @ 17:08 by WaveBoy
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635. Posted: Mon 17th Oct 2011 05:55 BST
I Just snaged Ju-On: The Grudge for $16 Online muhahaha.It seems pretty tricky to find and for that price I guess I did alright. I'll be saving it for Halloween, or more like in a week or so when things get even more SpOoOoOoky when October gradually descends closer to the oh so SPOOKtastic haunted ghoul feisto that tis' Halloween.
This will be a short and hopefully sweet(most likely mildy sweet.lol) 2 hour scareAthon of everything kayoko muhaha.
eek! Scratch that....MEGA EEK!
Edited on Mon 17th October, 2011 @ 05:57 by WaveBoy
636. Posted: Mon 17th Oct 2011 19:08 BST
Hey guys, i'm thinking about what game i should get next, should i wait for skyward sword or should i try out twilight princess for only €25
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637. Posted: Mon 17th Oct 2011 19:29 BST
Hard to say. Skyword Sword looks like it's going to be amazing, and if you can only pick one, I'd wait for that. Twilight Princess was ok, but I'm glad I only rented it.
638. Posted: Tue 18th Oct 2011 03:40 BST
btw Twilight princess is now a select title for £14.95 from thehut.com and I assume similar everywhere else onlineI haven't played it myself but ppl say it's good
639. Posted: Tue 18th Oct 2011 03:46 BST
Twilight Princess looks like such a dreary colorless mud drenched never ending barren depress-fest. Skyward Sword on the other hand looks absolutely amazing and everything i could ever ask for in a 3D Zelda. Those colorful surreal out of this world visuals and gorgeous dreamy envorinments have me drueling mountains of rainbow sparkles out the mouth. lol
Edited on Tue 18th October, 2011 @ 03:47 by WaveBoy
640. Posted: Tue 18th Oct 2011 03:57 BST
Twilight Princess looks like such a dreary colorless mud drenched never ending barren depress-fest.
Why dont you play it before you judge it? Beat it and get back to us.
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