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1. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 04:58 BST
This account is dead move along please.
2. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 05:34 BST
It depends on it causing me motion sickness, as most fps, or not. I really hope it doesn't, it looks like a very nice game.
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3. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 06:12 BST
I hope they give me the option to use Classic or GCN controllers for when I get sick of pointing at my screen during late night online games. (Like I often do with CoD, I love IR... It's just tiring)
Edited on Wed 29th April, 2009 @ 06:13 by Chatham
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4. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 06:33 BST
No! I'm sure that it will be a fine game, but I also have a PS3 and The Conduit simply cannot compare to FPS games on PS3.
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5. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 06:41 BST
Depends on how you like to play. The Wii has been pretty lacking in FPSes though, so I can't really argue on quantity/quality. 360 has us both beat though, every other game on that system is an FPS.
6. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 06:44 BST
hmmmm....If I Have the Money than More Than Likely..., I Was Dissapointed by Red Steel, but Metroid Prime 3 gave Me Exactly What I Wanted (albeit somewhat gimmicky at times)
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7. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 12:58 BST
I second that. Most shooters like this make me feel sick, so I tend to stay away.
Not really interested in this game.
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8. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 19:15 BST
I think that the Wii has the potential to be the best FPS console, it just isnt exhausted as much as on other consoles because of the more family-orientated target group. Playing shooters with the Wii Pointer is just a hell lot of fun , I dont know why shooters always need to have High-End Graphics.
Edited on Wed 29th April, 2009 @ 19:16 by Watchful_Eye
9. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 19:18 BST
yes i will b gettin it on the release date
10. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 19:23 BST
Does anyone know if the framerate is going to be a constant 60 or 30? 30fps on COD:W@W really threw me off for awhile. Framerate dips are the reason I never bought Quantum of Solace.
SInce The Conduit is really pushing the Wii, I'll still get it even if it is a constant 30fps. But really hoping we go real-time with this.
11. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 19:29 BST
I don't think shooters ALWAYS need to have top-end graphics, but I do think that in this day and age, online multiplayer capability is a MUST. I mean, these days, FPS titles for 360 and PS3 don't even need to include a stellar campaign in order to move units, they just need kick ass multiplayer. In any case, I'm leaning towards purchasing The Conduit, I won't lie, it looks badass. However, I am sketchy about it, I was totally unmoved by Onslaught and, of course, Red Steel.
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12. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 19:33 BST
If the controls are just as good or better than Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, then I am definitely getting The Conduit. I've been needing to branch out on Wii games anyway, almost everything I own are Nintendo's releases. (Except Okami)
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13. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 19:47 BST
I bought Okami, booted it up... and just couldn't get into it... It's still sitting on my shelf of like 30 games for a rainy day.
14. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 20:19 BST
Only if multiplayer runs smoothly, it has yet to be proven to perform properly in the real world on Nintendo's servers. With a single player campaign of 8 hours, this game is only a RENT if multiplayer is an epic fail like most of Nintendo's online games.
15. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 20:24 BST
COD:WAW works well with a decent router. So does Kart. So does MOH:H2. The only "fail" I see is with Brawl-lag.
16. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 20:39 BST
Try Mario Strikers. It makes playing Brawl online feel like you're doing speed.Not that I'd know, of course!
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17. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 20:56 BST
I plan to as of now.
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18. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 21:01 BST
@AdamNever played Strikers except on GCN. Almost got the Wii "sequel" once because of online play, good to know!
Edited on Wed 29th April, 2009 @ 21:01 by Chatham
19. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 22:25 BST
Yeehaaaw pardner i will.
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20. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 23:31 BST
The GCN version of Strikers is the better title in every way, I think. I didn't like the supposed improvements, and the online was a huge bust (though in its defense, it was the second title online for Wii).